Authorised form of nameKing; Edward (1735 - 1807)
Dates1735 - 1807
Date of birth1735
Date of death16 April 1807
Dates and placesBurial:
Beckenham churchyard, Kent
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election14/05/1767
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
At foot of Citation: Feb 12 1767
Royal Society codeNA7170
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
L&P/7/67Letter, 'A recent petrification found on the coast of East Lothian' by Edward King to John Pringle14 November 1778
MS/391/116Bond of Edward King to the Treasurer of the Royal Society30 April 1767
L&P/4/359Paper, 'An attempt to account for the universal deluge' by Edward King24 September 1766
L&P/4/363Paper, ' A remarkable aquatick insect' by Edward King1767
L&P/5/239Paper, 'Observations on the comet of 1769 and on the remarkable appearances in the heavens in Oct and Nov of the same year' by Edward King30 April 1771
L&P/7/12Letter, 'Account of Sumatra [Indonesia]; extracts from letters from Bencoolen [Bengkulu]' from Charles Miller to Edward King12 December 1777
L&P/5/188Letter, 'Of an appearance like an aurora' from Edward King to the Royal Society30 October 1769
L&P/5/222Paper, 'Account of Elden Hole in Derbyshire, with observations thereon by E King' by John Lloyd and Edward King1771
L&P/4/361Paper, 'An attempt to account for the formation of spars and crystals' by Edward King1766
EC/1767/11King, Edward: certificate of election to the Royal Society
L&P/8/172/1Letter, 'Of cliff-sinkings at Folkestone' from Edward King and J Lyon to Charles Blagden24 November 1785
L&P/8/172Paper, 'Of cliff-sinkings at Folkestone' by Edward King and J Lyon 1785
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