John Millington - world famous scientist

Bruton Church, Colonial Williamsburg, USA
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Bruton Parish Church is located in the restored area of Colonial Williamsburg in Williamsburg. It was established in 1674 by the consolidation of two previous parishes in the Virginia Colony, and remains an active Episcopal parish.

John Millington (May 11, 1779 – 1868) was an English engineer who became an academic in the USA.  
He was a licensed attorney in England before he began his engineering career. He served as professor of mechanics at the Royal Institution from 1817 to 1829 and in 1825 he delivered the inaugural Christmas Lecture. In 1827 he was appointed as Professor of Engineering and the Application of Mechanical Philosophy to the Arts at the new London University. As such he was the first professor of Engineering in England.  
He then worked as an engineer with the Anglo-Mexican Mining Association in 1829. 
Millington served as Professor of Chemistry and Natural Philosophy at the College of William and Mary from 1836-1848 and Professor of Chemistry and Natural Science at the University of Mississippi.  
He also obtained a doctoral degree in medicine and served as Professor at the Memphis Medical College.

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