List of Fellows of the Royal Society elected in 1819

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Fellows of the Royal Society elected in 1819.[1]

Fellows of the Royal Society (FRS)[edit]

  1. Clarke Abel (1780–1826)
  2. Robert Barlow (1757–1843)
  3. Henry Thomas de la Beche (1796–1855)
  4. John Brooke (1773–1821)
  5. Henry James Brooke[2] (1771–1857)
  6. Joshua Brookes[3] (1761–1833)
  7. George Butler[4] (1774–1853)
  8. John Douglas Edward Henry Campbell (1777–1847)
  9. Thomas Chevalier[5] (1767–1824)
  10. Sir George Clerk[6] (1787–1867)
  11. George Lewis Newnham Collingwood (1782–1837)
  12. William Daniel Conybeare[7] (1787–1857)
  13. John Hutton Cooper (1765–1828)
  14. George Gilbert Currey (died 1822)
  15. George Dollond (1774–1852)
  16. Henry Ellis[8][9] (1777–1855)
  17. John Fisher (1748–1825)
  18. John Leslie Foster (died 1842)
  19. Benjamin Gompertz[10][11][12] (1779–1865)
  20. Thomas Greatorex (1758–1831)
  21. Robert Hamilton (died 1832)
  22. George Hunt (1789–1861)
  23. James Devereux Hustler (died 1850)
  24. Jeremiah Ives (1777–1829)
  25. Archibald Kennedy (1770–1846)
  26. Charles Henry Bellenden Ker[13] (1785–1871)
  27. Francis Lunn (1795–1839)
  28. Colin Mackenzie (1753–1821)
  29. George Magrath (1775–1857)
  30. Alfred Le Marchant (born 1819)
  31. Frederick Marryat[14] (1792–1848)
  32. Murray Maxwell[15] (1775–1831)
  33. James Justinian Morier[16] (1780–1849)
  34. Charles Savill Onley (1757–1843)
  35. George Ormerod[17] (1785–1873)
  36. William Pearson[18] (1767–1847)
  37. Thomas Phillips (1770–1845)
  38. Archibald John Primrose[19] (1783–1868)
  39. William Prout[20] (1785–1850)
  40. John Sprat Rainier (died 1822)
  41. John Ramsbottom (died 1845)
  42. Joseph Smith (1775–1857)
  43. Charles Tweedie (1799–1821)
  44. Henry Walter[21] (1785–1859)
  45. Grant David Yeats[22] (1773–1836)

Foreign Members of the Royal Society (ForMemRS)[edit]

Royal Fellows[edit]

  1. Maximilian Joseph (1782–1863)

References[edit]

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  3. ^  Stephen, Leslie, ed. (1886). "Brookes, Joshua (1761–1833)". Dictionary of National Biography. 6. London: Smith, Elder & Co.
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  13. ^  Vaizey, John Savill (1892). "Ker, Charles Henry Bellenden". In Lee, Sidney. Dictionary of National Biography. 31. London: Smith, Elder & Co. p. 47.
  14. ^ "Frederick Marryat". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (online ed.). Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/18097. (Subscription or UK public library membership required.)
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  19. ^ "Primrose, Archibald John (Lord Dalmeny) (PRMS801AJ)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge.
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  21. ^  Lee, Sidney, ed. (1899). "Walter, Henry". Dictionary of National Biography. 59. London: Smith, Elder & Co.
  22. ^ "Grant David Yeats". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (online ed.). Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/30209. (Subscription or UK public library membership required.)