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Authorised form of nameGeorge III (1738 - 1820); King of Great Britain and Ireland
ForenamesGeorge III
Dates1738 - 1820
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Norfolk House, St James's Square, London, England (04 June 1738)
Death:
29 January 1820
Burial:
St George's Chapel, Windsor, Berkshire
ActivityCareer:
Crowned 22 September 1761
Royal Society activityMembership:
Patron
Election Date:
17/11/1760
RelationshipsEldest son of Frederick Lewis Prince of Wales; grandson of George II; married Charlotte Sophia of Mecklenburg-Strelitz
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
References:
Paul A Tunbridge, 'Jean Andre De Luc, FRS (1727-1817)' in NR 1971 vol 26 pp 15-33
John Thomas, 'Josiah Wedgwood's Portrait Medallions of Fellows of the Royal Society' in NR 1963 vol 18 pp 45-53, plate
Royal Society codeNA7355
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
DM/2/1Loyal address from the Royal Society to King George III1761
MM/3/22Copy of Address from the Royal Society to Queen CharlotteMarch 1789
MM/3/23Copy of address from the Royal Society to George IIIMarch 1789
MM/3/24Letter from Thomas Townsend, 1st Viscount Sydney, Whitehall, to Sir Joseph Banks31 March 1789
MM/3/77Letter from Daines Barrington to Dr Charles Morton2 August 1773
DM/4/7Letter from Lord Carmarthen, St James's, to Sir Joseph Banks8 April 1784
DM/4/9Extract from the Minutes of the Council of the Royal Society24 June 1784
DM/4/8Copy of a letter from Lord Carmarthen, St James's, to Sir Joseph Banks8 April 1784
S/0015Sculpture bust of George III, King of Great Britain and Ireland1773
IM/001632George III, King of Great Britain and Irelandnd
MM/5/39Memorial from the Royal Society to King George III concerning the Transit of Venus of 1769c.1768
IM/001633George III, King of Great Britain and Irelandnd
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