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Authorised form of nameNeville; Francis Henry (1847 - 1915)
SurnameNeville
ForenamesFrancis Henry
Dates1847 - 1915
Dates and placesBirth:
02 December 1847
Death:
05 June 1915
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
3/06/1897
Lectures:
Bakerian 1903 (jointly)
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Royal Society codeNA6166
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1897/21Neville, Francis Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
NLB/13/340Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Richard Tetley Glazebrook, Fellow of the Royal Society28 July 1896
NLB/13/359Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Lord Rayleigh [John William Strutt], Secretary, Royal Society31 July 1896
NLB/13/583Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Francis Henry Neville, [Fellow of the Royal Society], Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge12 October 1896
RR/15/302Referee's report by Francis Henry Neville, on a paper 'The minute structure of metals and other plastic solids' by George Thomas BeilbyMay 1902
RR/16/68Referee's report by James Alfred Ewing, on the Bakerian Lecture 'The constitution of the Copper-Tin series of alloys' by Charles Thomas Heycock and Francis Henry NevilleApril 1903
RR/16/67Referee's report by Alexander Scott, on the Bakerian Lecture 'The constitution of the Copper-Tin series of alloys' by Charles Thomas Heycock and Francis Henry Nevillend [c March 1903]
RR/16/79Referee's report by Francis Henry Neville, on a paper 'The structure of Gold leaf, and the absorption spectrum of Gold' by John William MalletJuly 1903
NLB/19/743Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Francis Henry Neville, Fellow of the Royal Society8 December 1899
NLB/19/755Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Francis Henry Neville, Fellow of the Royal Society12 December 1899
NLB/23/1/672Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Francis Henry Neville, Fellow of the Royal Society26 December 1901
NLB/23/1/776Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Francis Henry Neville, Fellow of the Royal Society20 January 1902
NLB/24/806Copy letter from Joseph Larmor, to Francis Henry Neville, Fellow of the Royal Society12 July 1902
NLB/26/326Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to, Francis Henry Neville, Fellow of the Royal Society2 March 1903
NLB/27/50Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Francis Henry Neville, Fellow of the Royal Society 23 June 1903
NLB/26/268Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to, Francis Henry Neville, Fellow of the Royal Society20 February 1903
NLB/27/322Copy letter from A H White, to Francis Henry Neville, Fellow of the Royal Society8 August 1903
NLB/26/660Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to, Francis Henry Neville, Fellow of the Royal Society6 May 1903
NLB/26/625Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to, Francis Henry Neville, Fellow of the Royal Society1 May 1903
NLB/26/779Copy letter from Joseph Larmor to, Charles Thomas Heycock, Fellow of the Royal Society, and Francis Henry Neville, Fellow of the Royal Society 29 May 1903
NLB/28/344Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to John Murray, Publisher, Albermarle Street22 February 1904
NLB/29/865Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Francis Henry Neville, Fellow of the Royal Society23 December 1904
NLB/32/749Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Francis Henry Neville, Fellow of the Royal Society, 15 Parkside, Cambridge21 May 1906
NLB/35/28Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Percy Carlyle Gilchrist, Fellow of the Royal Society5 April 1907
NLB/38/12Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Francis Henry Neville, Fellow of the Royal Society2 June 1908
NLB/38/95Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Francis Henry Neville, Fellow of the Royal Society, Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge15 June 1908
NLB/37/332Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to G H Gulliver, The University, Edinburgh3 March 1908
NLB/38/289Copy letter from Joseph Larmor, to Francis Henry Neville, Fellow of the Royal Society9 July 1908
NLB/43/170Copy letter from Joseph Larmor, to Francis Henry Neville, Fellow of the Royal Society, Letchworth[November 1910]
NLB/41/526Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Francis Henry Neville, Fellow of the Royal Society6 January 1910
NLB/43/653Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Francis Henry Neville, Fellow of the Royal Society3 March 1911
NLB/44/671Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to F [Francis] H [Henry] Neville, MA, FRS14 October 1911
NLB/46/680Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Francis Henry Neville, Fellow of the Royal Society15 October 1912
RR/18/139Referee's report by Francis Henry Neville, on a paper 'On sinhalese iron and steel of ancient origin' by Robert Hadfield20 October 1911
RR/19/130Referee's report by Francis Henry Neville, on a paper 'An electric furnace for experiments in vacuo at temperatures' by R E Slade21 October 1912
RR/19/131Referee's report by Francis Henry Neville, on a paper 'An investigation of the dissociation pressures and melting points of the system Copper-cuprous oxide' by R E Slade and F D Farrow21 October 1912
RR/13/44Letter from Charles Thomas Heycock, on his paper 'Complete freezing-point curves of binary alloys containing silver or copper, together with another metal' with Francis Henry Neville to the Secretary of the Royal Society25 September 1896
RR/13/45Letter from Charles Thomas Heycock and Francis Henry Neville, on their paper 'Complete freezing-point curves of binary alloys containing silver or copper, together with another metal' to the Secretary of the Royal Society25 September 1896
RR/13/42Referee's report by George Carey Foster, on a paper 'Complete freezing-point curves of binary alloys containing silver or copper, together with another metal' by Charles Thomas Heycock and Francis Henry Neville8 July 1896
RR/13/43Referee's report by Percival Spencer Umfreville Pickering, on a paper 'Complete freezing-point curves of binary alloys containing silver or copper, together with another metal' by Charles Thomas Heycock and Francis Henry NevilleJuly 1896
RR/14/185Referee's report by Ernest Howard Griffiths, on a paper 'Gold-aluminium alloys' by Charles Thomas Heycock and Francis Henry Nevillend [November 1899]
RR/14/184Referee's report by William Chandler Roberts-Austen, on a paper 'Gold-aluminium alloys' by Charles Thomas Heycock and Francis Henry Nevillend [November 1899]
NLB/13/588Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Mr Collings12 October 1896
NLB/13/241Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Richard Tetley Glazebrook, Fellow of the Royal Society8 July 1896
RR/15/351Referee's report by Francis Henry Neville, on a paper 'Effects of strain on the crystalline structure of lead' by J C W Humphrey21 July 1902
RR/16/406Referee's report by Francis Henry Neville, on a paper 'Galvanic cells produced by the action of light' by Dr Meyer WildermanOctober 1905
NLB/20/334Copy letter from Arthur William Rucker, to Professor George Carey Foster, Fellow of the Royal Society26 March 1900
NLB/32/70Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor Hugh Longbourne Callendar, Fellow of the Royal Society, Chairman of the Physics and Chemistry Committee20 December 1905
RR/17/342Referee's report by Francis Henry Neville, on a paper 'Entectics research no 1 - alloys of lead and tin' by Walter Rosenhain and P A TuckerJuly 1908
RR/17/101Referee's report by Francis Henry Neville, on a paper 'The thermomagnetic analysis of meteoric and artificial nickel-iron alloys' by Samuel Walter Johnson Smith10 January 1907
RR/15/400Referee's report by Francis Henry Neville, on a paper 'Chemical dynamics and statics in light' by Meyer WildermanFebruary 1902
RR/16/2Referee's report by Francis Henry Neville, on a paper 'The properties of Aluminium-Tin alloys' by W Carrick Anderson and George Lean1 July 1903
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