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Authorised form of namePigott; Nathaniel (1725 - 1804)
SurnamePigott
ForenamesNathaniel
Dates1725 - 1804
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Whitton, Middlesex, England (1725)
Death:
30 May 1804
ActivityResearch Field:
Astronomy
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
16/01/1772
RelationshipsProbably related to Granado Pigott (FRS 1774)
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB; DSB
References:
Anita McConnell and Alison Brech, 'Nathaniel and Edward Pigott, Itinerant Astronomers' in NR 1999 vol 53 pp 305-318
Royal Society codeNA8007
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1772/07Pigott, Nathaniel: certificate of election to the Royal Society
L&P/8/92Paper, 'Announcement of the comet of 18 August 1783' by Nathaniel Pigott1783
L&P/8/92/1Letter, 'Announcement of the comet of 18 August 1783' from Nathaniel Pigott to Nevil Maskelyne18 October 1783
L&P/8/92/3Letter, 'Announcement of the comet of 18 August 1783' from Nathaniel Pigott to Nevil Maskelyne 11 December 1783
L&P/7/40Paper, 'Astronomical observations made in the Austrian Netherlands, 1773-5' by Nathaniel Pigott10 January 1778
L&P/7/201Letter, 'Meridian and other observations of Mercury' from Nathaniel Pigott to unknown recipient4 January 1781
L&P/5/171Letter, 'Of the late transit of Venus' from Nathaniel Pigott to John Bevis15 March 1770
L&P/7/182Paper, 'Double stars discovered at Frampton House, Glamorgan' by Nathaniel Pigott27 October 1779
L&P/6/158Paper, 'Astronomical observations in the Austrian Netherlands in 1772 and 1773' by Natheniel Pigott2 September 1773
L&P/6/146Letter, 'Astronomical observations made in the Spanish Netherlands' from Nathaniel Pigott to Maskelyne11 August 1775
L&P/7/200Paper, 'Astronomical observations' by Nathaniel Pigott1781
L&P/8/190Letter, 'The transit of Mercury over the Sun's disk, observed at Louvain 3 May 1786' from Nathaniel Pigott to Nevil Mas
kelyne
27 May 1786
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