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Bromwich, Thomas John I'Anson.
Adm. pens. at ST JOHN'S, Oct. 21, 1892.
S. of John I'Anson, woollen-draper.
B. Feb. 8, 1875, at Wolverhampton, Staffs.
Schools, Wolverhampton and Durban High, S. Africa.
Matric. Michs. 1892; Scholar, 1893; Senr.
1895; Math.
Trip. 1st Class, Pt II, 1896); B.A. 1895; M.A. 1899; Sc.D. 1909.
Fellow, 1897 and Lecturer; re-elected Fellow and Lecturer, 1907.
Director of Mathematical Studies, 1914-20.
University Lecturer in Mathematics, 1909.
Professor of Mathematics at Queen's College, Galway, 1902-7; returned to Cambridge.
F.R.S., 1906.
A successful 'coach'and Lecturer in Mathematics, who had a remarkable facility with algebraical manipulations, Secretary to the London Mathematical Society, 1911-19; Vice-President, 1919, 1920.
Became mentally afflicted and was latterly an inmate of St Andrew's Hospital, Northampton, where he died Aug. 24, 1929, by his own hand.
(Eagle; The Times, Aug. 26, 1929.)
Thomas John I'Anson BROMWICH
Approx. lifespan: 1875–1929
Adm pens. St John's College 1892:10:21
s. of John I'Anson, woollen-draper. BROMWICH
b. Wolverhampton, Staffordshire 1875:02:08
Schools Sch: Wolverhampton and Durban High Schools [Wolverhampton and], South Africa
Matric 1892:10MT:
Scholar 1893
Math. Trip. 1st Class, Pt II 1896 );
BA 1895
MA 1899
ScD 1909
Fellow 1897
re-elected Fellow and
Lecturer: 1907
Director of Mathematical: Studies 1914-20
University Lecturer in Mathematics: 1909
Professor of Mathematics at Queen's College Galway, [ Co. Galway ] 1902-07
returned to Cambridge] [ Cambridgeshire ]
FRS 1906
A successful 'coach'and
Lecturer in Mathematics: who had a remarkable facility with algebraical manipulations.
Secretary to: : London Mathematical
Society 1911-19
Vice-President: 1919, 1920
Became mentally afflicted and was latterly an inmate of St Andrew's Hospital Northampton, [ Northamptonshire ], where he died 1929:08:24, by his own hand.
( Eagle; The Times 1929:08:26)