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Authorised form of nameStoney; Bindon Blood (1828 - 1909)
Dates1828 - 1909
NationalityBritish
Place of birthOakley Park, King's County [County Offaly, Ireland]
Date of birth13 June 1828
Place of deathDublin, Ireland
Date of death05/05/1909
Dates and placesBurial:
Mount Jerome cemetery, Dublin, Ireland
OccupationCivil engineer
ActivityEducation:
Trinity College, Dublin. BA (1850), MA (1870); MEng
Career:
Conducted railway surveys, Spain (1852-1853); resident engineer on the construction of the Boyne Viaduct; Engineer, Dublin Port and Docks Board (1862-1898)
Memberships:
MICE; MICE, Ireland (President); MRIA; RDS; FRGS; MINA
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election02/06/1881
RelationshipsSon of George Stoney of Oakley Park and his wife Anne, daughter of Bindon Blood of Rockforest, County Clare; younger brother of George Johnstone Stoney (FRS 1861); uncle of George Gerald Stoney (FRS 1911) and of George Francis FitzGerald (FRS 1883); married (1879) Susannah Frances, daughter of John Francis Walker QC of Dublin
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc Series A 1911 vol 85 pp viii-x signed by H G
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/6962828
Royal Society codeNA6641
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/Maull/004418Stoney, Bindon Bloodnd
MC/12Volume 12 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1880-1883
NLB/31/346Copy letter memorandum from Theodore E James, to Dr Bindon Blood Stoney, Fellow of the Royal Society[12 August 1905]
NLB/40/318Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Sir Howard Grubb FRS 24 May 1909
MS/427/179Copy letter from Walter White, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to [Bindon Blood] Stoney Esq.17 April 1882
EC/1881/19Stoney, Bindon Blood: certificate of election to the Royal Society
PT/62/8/41Plate, figures 36-42 showing nebulae and stars by B [Bindon Blood] Stoney and Mitchell[1861]
PT/62/8/42Plate, figure 43 showing nebula by B [Bindon Blood] Stoney[1861]
PT/62/8/39Plate, figures 24-34 showing nebulae and stars by Mitchell, B [Bindon Blood] Stoney, and S Hunter[1861]
PT/62/8/48Plate, plate XXXI showing nebula by B [Bindon Blood] Stoney[1861]
PT/62/8/44Plate, plate XXV showing nebulae and stars by Mitchell, B [Bindon Blood] Stoney, and S Hunter[1861]
PT/62/8/47Plate, plate XXX showing nebulae and stars by B [Bindon Blood] Stoney and Mitchell[1861]
PT/62/8/37Plate, figures 1-9 showing nebulae and stars by Mitchell, B [Bindon Blood] Stoney, and S Hunter[1861]
PT/62/8/38Plate, figures 11-23 showing nebulae and stars by Mitchell, B [Bindon Blood] Stoney, and G J [George Johnstone] Stoney[1861]
PT/62/8/46Plate, plate XXVII showing nebulae and stars by Mitchell, B [Bindon Blood] Stoney, and G J [George Johnstone] Stoney[1861]
MC/12/213Letter from B B [Bindon Blood] Stoney, 14 Elgin Road, Dublin, to Walter White, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society, London5 November 1881
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