Authorised form of nameHollis; Thomas (1720 - 1774);
Dates1720 - 1774
Place of birthLondon, England
Date of birth14 April 1720
Place of deathHis farmhouse at Corscombe, Dorset
Date of death01 January 1774
Close friend of Thomas Brand-Hollis (FRS 1756), to whom he bequeathed the estate of Corscombe, Devon
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election30/06/1757
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Royal Society codeNA7915
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1757/11Hollis, Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/002182Hollis, Thomasnd
L&P/2/543Letter, 'Of antiquities found at Herculaneum' from Camillo Paderni to Thomas Hollis28 October 1754
L&P/4/82Letter, 'Of Civita Urchina near Corneto' from Thomas Jenkins to Thomas Hollis4 November 1761
L&P/4/59Letter, 'Of the Transit of Venus' from Daniel Dumaresq to Thomas Hollis16 December 1760
L&P/3/277Letter, 'Discovery at Herculaneum of a marble bust of Archimedes' from a gentleman at Naples to Thomas Hollis22 November 1757
L&P/3/5Letter, 'Of discoveries at Herculanaeum' from Camillo Paderni to Thomas Hollis10 September 1754
L&P/3/226Letter, 'Alterations to the Pantheon at Rome' from unknown author to Thomas Hollis12 January 1757
L&P/3/215Letter, 'An account of the late discoveries of antiquities at Herculaneum' from Camillo Paderni to Thomas Hollis16 December 1756
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