Authorised form of nameBurney; Charles Parr (1785 - 1864)
Dates1785 - 1864
Place of birthChiswick, Middlesex, England
Date of birth19 October 1785
Place of deathBrighton, Sussex
Date of death01 November 1864
OccupationClergyman, Church of England; Schoolmaster
By his father; Merton College, Oxford. BA (1808); MA (1811), BD and DD (1822)
Kept a school at Greenwich (1814-1835); Rector of Sible Hedingham, Essex (1838-1848); Archdeacon of St Albans (1840); Archdeacon of Colchester (1845-1864); Rector of Wickham Bishops, Essex (1848-1864); gave £6,000 to establish a clergy relief fund for his diocese
FLS (1823)
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election22/12/1814
RelationshipsSon of Rev Charles Burney (FRS 1802); grandson of Charles Burney (FRS 1773); nephew of James Burney (FRS 1809), and of Fanny Burney, novelist
Bulloch's Roll
Virtual International Authority File
Royal Society codeNA7452
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1814/21Burney, Charles Parr: certificate of election to the Royal Society
EC/1814/20Burney, Charles Parr: certificate of election to the Royal Society
MC/1/56Letter from Charles Parr Burney, Greenwich, to Sir Joseph Banks, President of the Royal Society15 April 1818
MC/1Volume 1 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1800-1831
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