Authorised form of nameHeberden; Thomas (1703 - 1769); physician
Dates1703 - 1769
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election10/12/1761
RelationshipsSon of Richard Heberden, gent, of St Saviour's, Southwark; brother of William Heberden (FRS 1750); uncle of William Heberden (FRS 1791)
Bulloch's Roll
William T Stearn, 'A Royal Society Appointment with Venus in 1769: the Voyage of Cook and Banks in the Endeavour in 1768-1771 and its Botanical Results' in NR 1969 vol 24 pp 64-90
Raymond Phineas Stearns, 'Fellows of the Royal Society in North Africa and the Levant, 1662-1800' in NR 1954-55 vol 11 pp 75-90
Royal Society codeNA5828
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1761/10Heberden, Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society
L&P/2/259Paper, 'Observations of the 'Pic' of Teneriffe and of the weather at Madeira' by Thomas Heberden1751
L&P/3/81Letter, 'Of the earthquake of Nov 1' from Thomas Heberden to William Heberden1755
L&P/4/412Paper, 'Of the increase and mortality in Madeira' by Thomas Heberden1767
L&P/2/511Paper, 'The weather in Madeira in 1751/2/3' by Thomas Heberden1754
L&P/4/78Paper, 'Of the earthquake of March 31 as observed at Funchal' by Thomas Heberden1761
L&P/5/200Paper, 'Observations of the immersions and emersions of Jupiter's first satellite at Funchal' by Thomas Heberden1770
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