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Authorised form of nameHenry; William (- 1768)
Dates - 1768
Date of birth13 February 1768
Place of deathDublin, Ireland
Date of death13 February 1768
Dates and placesBurial:
St Anne's, Dublin, Ireland
OccupationClergyman
Research fieldNatural history
ActivityEducation:
Dublin. MA (1748); BD, DD (1750)
Career:
Vicar of Killesher, County Fermanagh; Rector of Urney, County Tyrone (by 1754); Dean of Kilaloe (1761)
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election20/02/1755
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Notes:
DNB says he was 'probably a native of Gloucestershire'.
Royal Society codeNA7907
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
L&P/4/75Letter, 'Of a case of ossification of muscles' from William Henry to William Cadogan16 April 1761
L&P/2/415Letter, 'Of the copper springs in co. Wicklow' from William Henry to Charles Cadogan31 May 1752
L&P/3/389Letter, 'Of the case of ossification of tendons' from William Henry to William Cadogan24 May 1759
L&P/2/396Paper, 'Of an extraordinary storm in Tyrone' by William Henry21 October 1752
L&P/3/369Letter, 'A case of ossification of tendons in a young man' from William Henry and the Earl of Shelburne to William Cadogan1 March 1759
EC/1754/22Henry, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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