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Authorised form of namePeyssonel; Jean Andre (1694 - 1758)
Other forms of namePeyssonnel, Jean Andre
SurnamePeyssonel
ForenamesJean Andre
Dates1694 - 1758
NationalityFrench
Place of birthMarseille, France
Date of birth19 June 1694
Place of deathGuadeloupe, Leeward Islands, West Indies
Date of death23 or 24 December 1758
Dates and placesBirth:
Marseille, France (19 June 1694)
Death:
Guadeloupe, Leeward Islands, West Indies (23 or 24 December 1758)
Research fieldBotany; zoology
ActivityProfession:
Physician
Botanist
Research Field:
Botany, zoology
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election05/02/1756
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
5/02/1756
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DSB
Authority:
Altname from DSB
Notes:
DSB gives death date as 24 December 1759
Royal Society codeNA7876
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1755/19Peyssonel, Jean Andre: certificate of election to the Royal Society
L&P/3/356Paper, 'Observations on the Sea Scolopendre or Millipas' by Jean Andre Peyssonel1759
L&P/3/308Paper, 'Observations on the Alga marina latifolia' by Jean Andre Peyssonel4 August 1756
L&P/3/160Paper, 'Observations upon the currents of the sea at the Anisles of America' by Jean Andre Peyssonel1756
L&P/3/214Paper, 'A visitation of of leprosy at Guadeloupe' by Jean Andre Peyssonel1757
L&P/3/309Paper, 'Observations on a slight earthquake at Guadeloupe' by Jean Andre Peyssonel16 January 1757
L&P/3/296Paper, 'Two memoirs. I. Of the naked snail which produces purple; II. New observation of the worms that form sponge' by Jean Andre Peyssonel1758
L&P/3/334Paper, 'Of the Mancheniville apple' by Jean Andre Peyssonel1758
L&P/3/343Paper, 'On the Corona solis marina Americana' by Jean Andre Peyssonel1758
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