Maxwell Garthshore


Maxwell Garthshore

Maxwell Garthshore (28 October 1732 – 1 March 1812) was a fellow of the Royal Society.

He was elected to membership in the society on March 23, 1775.[1]

References

Notes

  1. ^ Archives of the Royal Society

Further reading

  • Dictionary of National Biography

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