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Goodwin, Harvey.
Adm. pens. at CAIUS, Nov. 16,
1835. [2nd] s.
of Charles, solicitor, of
King's Lynn. B. there [Oct. 9, 1818]. School, High Wycombe, Bucks. Matric.
Michs. 1836; Scholar,
1837-9; 2nd Smith's Prize, 1840; B.A. (2nd Wrangler) 1840; M.A. 1843;
D.D. 1859. Fellow,
1841-5; Hon. Fellow, 1880. Adm. ad eundem at Oxford, 1859. D.C.L.
(Oxford) 1885. Ord. deacon
(Ely) 1842; priest, 1844. V. of St Edward's, Cambridge, 1848-58. Hulsean
Lecturer, 1855. Lady
Margaret Preacher, 1858. Dean of Ely, 1858-69. Ramsden Preacher, 1861. Bishop of
Carlisle, 1869-91.
Well known for many years in Cambridge as a popular preacher and mathematical
tutor. A joint founder
of the Camden Society, 1839. Member of Royal Commission on ritualistic
practices, 1867-70. Married,
Aug. 13, 1845, Ellen, dau. of George King, of Bebington House, Cheshire. Author,
Course of
Elementary Mathematics; Hulsean Lectures; Life of Bishop Mackenzie
, etc.
Died Nov. 25, 1891,
when on a visit to the Archbishop of York. Buried at Crosthwaite, Keswick.
Brother of Henry W.
(1841), John W. (1843), etc.; father of George G. (1870) and Leslie E. (1873).
(Venn, II.
234; Burke, L.G., 1939; Boase, v. 441-2; Al. Oxon.; D.N.B.)
Approx. lifespan: 1818–1891
Tripos: Cai. Math. 1840
pens. Gonville & Caius College adm1835:11:16
[2nd] s. of Charles GOODWIN Solicitor: of King's Lynn, [ Norfolk ]
b. King's Lynn, [ Norfolk ] 1818:10:09
Sch: High Wycombe School High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
Matric 1836:10MT:
Scholar 1837-39
2nd Smith's Prize 1840
BA 2 nd Wrangler 1840
MA 1843
DD 1859
Fellow 1841-45
Hon. Fellow 1880
Adm ad eundem at 1859
DCL Oxford 1885
Ord. deacon Ely 1842
Ord. priest 1844
V.: St Edward's Cambridge, [ Cambridgeshire ] 1848-58
Hulsean Lecturer: 1855
Lady Margaret Preacher: 1858
Dean: Ely, [ Cambridgeshire ] 1858-69
Ramsden Preacher: 1861
Bishop of: Carlisle, [ Cumberland ] 1869-91
Well known for many years in Cambridge, [ Cambridgeshire ]
Well known as a popular preacher:
Well known as a popular mathematical Tutor:
Joint Founder of Camden Society 1839
Member of: Royal Commission on ritualistic practices 1867-70
m. "> Ellen KING dau. of George KING of Bebington House, [Bebington], Cheshire 1845:08:13
Publ.: Course of Elementary Mathematics Publ.: Hulsean Lectures Publ.: Life of Bishop Mackenzie etc
d. when on a visit to the Archbishop of York [York], [ Yorkshire ] 1891:11:25
bur. Crosthwaite, Keswick, [ Cumberland ]
brother of Henry W. GOODWIN (1841)
brother of John W. GOODWIN (1843) etc
father of George G. GOODWIN (1870)
father of Leslie E. GOODWIN (1873)
Refs: Venn, II. 234 Refs: Burke, L.G. 1939 Refs: Boase, v. 441-2 Refs: Al. Oxon. Refs: D.N.B.
[add:]Letters to him, Oct.–Nov. 1869, on nomination to see of Carlisle, [ Cumberland ] : Ely Cathedral MS 48[:add]
[add:]Engraving from portrait by Richmond: CAS: E.5; by 'Spy' from Vanity Fair :[:add]
[add:]photograph: H.202[:add]