|Birth Day||November 30, 1711|
|Age||308 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Jul 4, 1778 (age 66)|
Scientist and Inventor who focused on the investigation of electricity. He proved that heat could be produced by electricity, which was something that was not known in his time.
He came to the US with his parents in 1714.
He demonstrated that electric fluid could pass through water in 1748, which led him to invent the electrical thermometer.
His father was Reverend william Kinnersley.
He was a colleague of Benjamin Franklin.