Authorised form of nameNesbitt; Robert (c 1697 - 1761)
Other forms of surnameNisbet
Datesc 1697 - 1761
Place of birthLondon, England
Date of birthc 1697
Place of deathLondon
Date of death27 May 1761
Leyden; MD (1721); Cambridge; MD (Com Reg 1728)
Practised in London
FRCP (1729)
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election15/04/1725
ProposerRichard Mead
RelationshipsSon of John Nesbitt, Dissenting Minister
Bulloch's Roll; DNB; Innes Smith; Venn; Munk's Roll
Obituaries: 'Gentleman's Magazine' 1761, p284; 'London Magazine' 1761, p277
Royal Society codeNA5671
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EL/N2/1Robert Nesbitt, dated at Bristol, to James Jurin1724
EL/N2/2Robert Nesbitt to James Jurin17 October 1727
RBO/19/54'Mr J Belchier's Account of a Book intitled Human Osteogeny explan'd in two lectures read in the Anatomical Theatre of the Surgeons of London, by Robert Nesbitt'1735
LBO/18/21Copy letter from Robert Nesbitt, Bristol, to James Jurin26 April 1724
LBO/20/90Copy extract of a letter from Baupree Bell junior to Roger Nesbitt10 September 1733
L&P/1/161Letter, 'The processus ravianus' from Robert Nesbitt to John Machin17 February 1742
CLP/22ii/70Paper, Account of human osteogeny explained in two lectures [of Robert Nesbitt] by [John] Belchier[1736]
CLP/23i/56Letter, from Robert Nesbitt to James Jurin21 April 1724
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