one of his daughters also helped with his technical drawings
1724 in Austhorpe near Leeds
Leeds Grammar School, mathematical instrument maker Henry Hindley
Mason Good, Olinthus Gregory & Newton Bosworth: Pantologia (1813) ; Tracts on hydraulics ; Experimental enquiry concerning the natural powers of wind and water to turn mills & other machines, depending on a circular motion ;
Royal Society (Fellow 1753; 1759 Copley Medaille) ;
J. S. (daughter) ; draughtsman William Jessop ; draughtsman Henry Eastham ; engraver ->John Farey Jr ; ->Wilson Lowry ; engineer and scientist Thomas Young (1773-1829) ; engineer and scientist Giovanni Battista Venturi (1746-1822) ; engineer and scientist Thomas Tredgold (1788-1829) ; William Nicholson (1753-1815) ; J. Eytelwein ; John Wooler ;
Klingender 1968/74: 68 ; Allen, J. S. & A.W. Skempton (eds.): J.S., FRS, (London 1981) ;
Mostly famous as a civil engineer; his drawings & drafts were collected in: "Designs of the late John Smeaton, F.R.S., made at Various Occasions in the Course of his Employment as a Civil Engineer 1754-1790 (6 volumes).