Authorised form of nameChevalier; John (c 1730 - 1789)
Datesc 1730 - 1789
Place of birthGreat Casterton, Rutland, England
Date of birthc 1730
Date of death07 March 1789
OccupationClergyman, Church of England
Stamford School; St John's College, Cambridge; BA (1750/1), MA (1754), BD (1762), DD (Lit. Reg. 1777)
Fellow of St John's (1754-1775); Master of St John's (1775-1789); Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge (1776-1777)
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election23/05/1754
RelationshipsSon of Nathaniel Chevalier, clergyman, curate of Great Casterton
Bulloch's Roll; Venn
Royal Society codeNA7629
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
L&P/2/479Paper, 'Observations of eclipses of Jupiter's satellites and of the eclipse of the Sun, 26 Oct 1753' by John Chevalier1754
L&P/2/431Paper, 'Defectus solis observatio [The Sun's keeping] 13 Maii 1752' by John Chevalier1753
L&P/3/337Paper, 'The eclipse of the Moon of 30 July 1757' by Johannes Chevalier1758
L&P/2/580Paper, 'Observations of the eclipses of Jupiter's satellites in 1754' by John Chevalier1755
L&P/3/269Paper, 'Of the eclipse of the Moon of 4 Feb 1757; and of Jupiter's satellites' by Johannes Chevalier and Theodorus de Almeida1757
EC/1754/06Chevalier, John: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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