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Authorised form of nameEverett; Joseph David (1831 - 1904)
SurnameEverett
ForenamesJoseph David
Dates1831 - 1904
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Rushmere, near Ipswich, Suffolk, England (11 September 1831)
Death:
Ealing, Middlesex (09 August 1904)
Burial:
Ipswich, Suffolk
ActivityResearch Field:
Temperature
Education:
Glasgow University. BA (1856), MA (1857); DCL
Career:
School teacher; Professor of Mathematics, King's College, Windsor, Nova Scotia (1859-1864); Professor of Natural Philosophy, Queen's College, Belfast (1867-1897); Secretary, British Association Committee on Underground Temperature; died of heart disease
Memberships:
FRSE
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
12/06/1879
RelationshipsSon of Joseph David Everett and his wife Elizabeth, daughter of John Garwood, corn merchant of London; married (1862) Jessie, daughter of Alexander Fraser
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc 1905 vol 75 pp 377-380 signed by J P
Royal Society codeNA6488
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
MM/14/170Letter from JD Everett, Belfast, to Sir Alfred Ewing 22 September 1890
AP/49/3Tables of curves to illustrate Paper on Atomsphere Electricity1867
NLB/7/423Copy letter from Theodore E James, to Messrs Harrison & Sons15 February 1893
NLB/6/489Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor Joseph David Everett, Fellow of the Royal Society, 5 Princess Gardens, Belfast23 May 1892
NLB/6/534Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor Joseph David Everett30 May 1892
RR/16/51Referee's report by Augustus Edward Hough Love, on a paper 'Skew refraction through a lens; and on the hollow-pencil given by an annulus of a very obliquely placed lens' by Joseph David Everett11 March 1903
NLB/19/662Copy letter from Theodore E Jones, to Messrs Harrison & Sons20 November 1899
NLB/23/2/309Copy letter sent from Joseph Larmor, to Professor Joseph David Everett, Fellow of the Royal Society20 March 1903
NLB/26/414Copy letter from Augustus Edward Hough Love to, Professor Joseph David Everett, Fellow of the Royal Society13 March 1903
RR/6/119Referee's report by James Clerk Maxwell, on a paper 'Account of experiments on torsion and flexure for the determination of rigidities.—Third paper' by Joseph David Everettnd [1868]
RR/6/120Referee's report by John Tyndall, on a paper 'Results of observations of atmospheric electricity at Kew Observatory, and at King's College, Windsor, Nova Scotia' by Joseph David Everett26 March 1868
RR/6/122Referee's report by William Allen Miller, on a paper 'Results of observations of atmospheric electricity at Kew Observatory, and at King's College, Windsor, Nova Scotia' by Joseph David Everett16 January 1868
RR/10/350Detailed referee's report by Joseph David Everett, on a paper 'On the determination of some boiling and freezing points by means of the platinum thermometer' by Ernest Howard Griffiths[1890]
RR/10/349Referee's report by Joseph David Everett, on a paper 'On the determination of some boiling and freezing points by means of the platinum thermometer' by Ernest Howard Griffiths18 August 1890
RR/6/118Referee's report by James Clerk Maxwell, on a paper 'Account of experiments on torsion and flexure for the determination of rigidities' by Joseph David Everett4 March 1867
RR/9/303Referee's report by Joseph David Everett, on a paper 'On underground temperature; with observations on the conductivity of rocks; on the thermal effects of saturation and imbibition; and on a special source of heat in mountain ranges' by Joseph Prestwich2 May 1885
AP/45/4Atmospheric Electricity at Windsor, Nova Scotia1864
RR/15/335aReferee's report by Joseph David Everett, on a paper 'Preliminary note on a method of calculating solubilities, and the equilibrium constants of chemical reactions, and on a formula for the latent heats of vaporisation' by Alexander FindlayFebruary 1902
RR/16/50Referee's report by George Ballard Mathews, on a paper 'Skew refraction through a lens; and on the hollow-pencil given by an annulus of a very obliquely placed lens' by Joseph David Everettnd [c January 1903]
RR/16/49Referee's report by Richard Tetley Glazebook, on a paper 'Skew refraction through a lens; and on the hollow-pencil given by an annulus of a very obliquely placed lens' by Joseph David Everett28 February 1903
RR/6/117Referee's report by James Clerk Maxwell, on a paper 'Account of experiments on the flexural and torsional rigidity of a glass rod, leading to the determination of the rigidity of glass' by Joseph David Everett1 March 1866
IM/Maull/001334Everett, Joseph Davidnd
RR/6/121Letter from Joseph David Everett, to George Gabriel Stokes, regarding a paper 'Results of observations of atmospheric electricity at Kew Observatory, and at King's College, Windsor, Nova Scotia' by Joseph David Everett18 May 1868
EC/1879/14Everett, Joseph David: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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