Authorised form of nameBarlow; John (c 1799 - 1869)
Datesc 1799 - 1869
Dates and placesBirth:
South Mimms, Hertfordshire, England (c 1799)
5 Berkeley St, Piccadilly, London (08 July 1869)
Mr Richards' school, Tiverton, Devon; BA (1820), MA (1823) Cambridge
Curate, Uckfield, Sussex (1822); Rector of Little Bowden, Northamptonshire (1830-1843); Secretary of Royal Institution (1842-1860); Chaplain in ordinary, Kensington Palace (1854-1867)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Election Date:
Bulloch's Roll
Royal Society codeNA7551
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/Maull/000249Barlow, Rev Johnnd
AP/36/1On Metallic and some other oxides in realtion to catalytic phenomena1844
RR/3/13Referee's report by John Hall Gladstone, on a paper 'On the formation and some of the properties of cyanide' by Reverend John Barlow5 July 1855
RR/3/14Referee's report by Benjamin Collings Brodie, on a paper 'On the formation and some of the properties of cyanide' by Reverend John Barlow25 July 1855
EC/1834/35Barlow, John: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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