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Authorised form of nameMorand; Sauveur Francois (1697 - 1773)
Dates1697 - 1773
NationalityFrench
Place of birthParis, France
Date of birth02 April 1697
Place of deathParis, France
Date of death21 July 1773
OccupationSurgeon
ActivityEducation:
College Mazarin
Career:
Assistant (1712), then Surgeon (1724), Hopital des Invalides; Demonstrator of Surgery; travelled to England to learn the lateral operation for the stone from William Cheselden (FRS 1711); chief Surgeon, Hopital de la Charite (1730); Surgeon-Major, Gardes Francais; one of the founders of the Academie de Chirurgie
Memberships:
Academie Royale des Sciences (1722); St Petersburg Academy; Stockholm Academy; Istituto delle Scienze e Arti di Bologna; Florence Academy; Academie de Rouen
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election09/01/1729
RelationshipsSon of Jean Morand, Surgeon to the Hotel des Invalides, Paris; father of Jean Francois Clement Morand (FRS 1769)
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; NBG; Hirsch; Eloy
References:
Jean Jacquot, 'Sir Hans Sloane and French Men of Science' in NR 1953 vol 10 pp 85-98
Notes:
Proposed by James Douglas; John Douglas
Royal Society codeNA5678
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/003158Morand, Saveur Francoisnd
L&P/2/381Letter, 'Of his eloge on Cheselden with details of the prize for 1755 of the Royal Academt of Science, Paris' Sauveur Francois Morand22 September 1753
L&P/1/338Letter, 'On the translation of the Phil Trans into French and of the explorers of Peru, M M Godin & Bougere' from Sauveur Francois Morand to Cromwell Mortimer29 November 1744
L&P/4/127Letter, 'Of books presented' from Sauveur Francois Morand to George Parker3 July 1762
L&P/2/372Paper, 'Elogium on William Cheselden' by Sauveur Francois Morand14 May 1753
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