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Authorised form of nameBelchier; John (1706 - 1785)
Other forms of nameBelchire, John
Other forms of surnameBelchire
Dates1706 - 1785
NationalityBritish
Place of birthKingston, Surrey, England
Date of birth1706
Date of death06 February 1785
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election23/11/1732
Royal Society activityMedals and prizes:
Copley Medal 1737
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Royal Society codeNA5410
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EL/B3/30John Belchier, dated at Stocks Market, to Cromwell Mortimer1730s
EL/B3/31An account of a woman who died from hydrops ovarii by John Belchier1730s
RBO/20/12'A further account of the Bones of Animals being made red by the Aliment only by Mr Belchier'1736
RBO/21/3'An Account of the Man whose Arm with the Shoulder-Blade was torn off by a Mill' by John Belchier1737
CLP/12ii/67Paper, 'An account of the man whose arm with the shoulder blade was torn off by a mill the 15th of August last 1737' by Mr John Belchier17 November 1737
EC/1732/07Belchier, John: certificate of election to the Royal Society
L&P/7/6Letter, 'On Mr Debraw's improvement in bee-culture' from Nathaniel Polhill to John Belchier11 October 1777
CLP/22ii/70Paper, Account of human osteogeny explained in two lectures [of Robert Nesbitt] by [John] Belchier[1736]
CLP/22ii/61Paper, Account of William Cheselden's 'Osteographia or Anatomy of the bones' by John Belchier 1733
RBO/17/19Account of a woman who died of 'hydrops ovarii' when she was 33 years old from John Belchier, surgeon, to Cromwell Mortimer1732
CLP/12ii/66Paper, 'An account of the bones of animals being changed to a red colour by aliment only' by John Belchier[1736]
CLP/12ii/66aPaper, 'A further account of the bones of animals being made red by aliment only' by Mr John Belchier[1736]
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