Authorised form of nameFarr; Samuel (1741 - 1795)
Dates1741 - 1795
Place of birthTaunton, Somerset, England
Place of deathUpcott, near Taunton, Somerset
Date of death11 March 1795
Edinburgh; MD (1765, Leyden)
Physician, Bristol Infirmary (1760-1780); practised in Bristol, then in Taunton; translated Hippocrates 'Epidemics'
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election25/02/1779
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Note on election certificate: 'The Election of Dr Saml Farr is void on account of his not appearing within the time allowed by the Society for his admission.'
Royal Society codeNA7240
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1778/27Farr, Samuel: certificate of election to the Royal Society
L&P/6/100Paper, 'Meteorological journal for 1774, Bristol' by Samuel Farr31 January 1775
L&P/6/193Paper, 'Meteorological observations at Bristol, 1775' by Samuel Farr23 March 1776
L&P/6/231Paper, 'Meteorological observations at Bristol, 1776' by Samuel Farr1776
L&P/7/18Paper, 'Meteorological register kept at Bristol, 1777' by Samuel Farr1777
L&P/7/98Paper, 'Meteorological observations at Bristol' by Samuel Farr1779
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