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Authorised form of nameMaton; William George (1774 - 1835)
SurnameMaton
ForenamesWilliam George
Dates1774 - 1835
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Salisbury, Wiltshire, England (31 January 1774)
Death:
His house in Spring Gardens, London (30 March 1835)
Burial:
St Martin-in-the-Fields
ActivityProfession:
Physician
Research Field:
Botany
Education:
Queen's College, Oxford. AB (1794); AM (1797); MB (1798); MD (1801)
Career:
Physician, Westminster Hospital (1800-1808), resigning when his private practice grew too large; Physician extraordinary to the Queen (1816); Physician in ordinary to the Duchess of Kent and her daughter, who would become Queen Victoria (1820); presented with Freedom of the city of Salisbury (1827); Monument erected to him in Salisbury Cathedral
Memberships:
FSA; FCP (1802); FLS (Vice President)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
26/06/1800
Council:
VP 1831-1833
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Royal Society codeNA7295
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
AP/1/19On the Measurement and Proportions of the Head, and the Varieties in the Form of the Bones of thre cranium and the Facend
AP/18/18On a new Law of CombustionMarch 1834
AP/15/24On the Secretion and Uses of the Bile1832
AP/9/29A case of a blue child with the dissection by Mr John Freeman Wood, in a letter to WG Maton22 April 1819
AP/15/14An Account of Numerous Extraordinary Meteors seen at Malvern November the twelfth 183212/11/1832
CMB/42/2/3Minutes, meeting of the Royal Medal Committee in Physiology6 April 1833
CMB/42/2/6Minutes, meeting of the Royal Medal Committee in Physiology6 May 1933
CMP/1/2Minutes of a meeting of Council of the Royal Society13 December 1832
EC/1800/06Maton, William George: certificate of election to the Royal Society: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CMB/42/2/5Minutes, meeting of the Royal Medal Committee in Physiology15 April 1933
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