Walmesley, Charles, Dd, Frs
Walmesley, Charles, D.D., F.R.S.
an English Benedictine monk and Roman Catholic bishop, was born in 1721. He was senior bishop and vicar-apostolic of the Western district, and doctor of theology of the Sorbonne. He was the last survivor of those eminent mathematicians who were active in bringing about a change in the chronological style, or calendar, of England, which was accomplished in 1752. He wrote a number of mathematical and theological works, which are at present unimportant. He died at Bath in 1797.