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Authorised form of nameMilward; Edward (c 1712 - 1757)
Datesc 1712 - 1757
NationalityBritish
Place of birthLindridge, Worcestershire, England
Date of birthc 1712
Place of deathWorcester, Worcestershire
Date of death26 August 1757
Dates and placesBurial:
Knighton Chapel, Lindridge, Worcestershire
OccupationMitchell
ActivityEducation:
Mr Bradley's School at Chaddesley, Worcestershire; Trinity College, Cambridge (matriculated 1728); MD (Lit. Reg. 1741); Leyden; MD; Collected materials for a history of British medical writers
Memberships:
FRCP (1748)
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election14/01/1742
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB; Venn
Notes:
DNB attaches the proviso 'probably' to Lindridge as place of birth.
Royal Society codeNA6808
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
MS/391/42Bond of Edward Milward to the Treasurer of the Royal Society21 January 1741
L&P/1/106Letter, 'An Abstract of Dr Meighan's treatise of the natures and powers of Bareges's baths and waters; With an enquiry into the cause of the heat of the thermal waters in general' from Edward Milward to Martin Folkes[1742]
L&P/1/180Paper, 'Of the freshwater polyp' by Edward Milward1743
L&P/1/113Letter, 'A continuation of an Abstract of Dr Meighan's treatise of the natures and powers of Bareges's baths and waters; With an enquiry into the cause of the heat of the thermal waters in general' from Edward Milward to Martin Folkes1742
EC/1741/13Milward, Edward: certificate of election to the Royal Society14 January 1742
L&P/1/84Letter, 'Concerning the case of the woman who continues to speak without a tongue; the case of Margaret Cutting' from Edward Milward to Cromwell Mortimer26 April 1742
L&P/1/30Letter, 'Of an antidote to the Indian poison in the West Indies' from Edward Milward to Martin Folkes[1742]
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