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Russell, the Hon.Bertrand Arthur William. Adm. pens. at TRINITY, June 17, 1890. [2nd] s. of John (1860), Viscount Amberley (and Katharine Louisa, 6th dau. of Edward John, 2nd Lord Stanley of Alderley). B. May 18, 1872, at Trellech, Mon. School, Southgate, Middlesex (private). Matric. Michs. 1890; Scholar, 1893; B.A. (7 th Wrangler) 1893; (Moral Sci.Trip., Pt II, 1st Class 1894); M.A. 1897. Fellow, 1895 and 1944-52-. F.R.S., 1908; Sylvester medal, 1934. De Morgan Medal of the London Mathematical Society, 1934. Nobel Peace prize for literature, 1950. Succeeded his brother as 3rd Earl Russell, 1931. O.M., 1949. Married three times and had issue. Author, German Social Democracy; The Foundations of Geometry; The Philosophy of Leibniz; The Principles of Mathematics; Meaning and Truth; History of Western Philosophy; and (with A. N. Whitehead) Principia Mathematica. Residing at Richmond, Surrey, in 1952. (Burke, P. and B.; Who's Who; K. Hardy, Bertrand Russell and Trinity.) | Hon. Bertrand Arthur William RUSSELL Approx. lifespan: 1872–1970 pens. Trinity College adm1890:06:17 2nd s. of John RUSSELL (1860), Viscount Amberley (and Katharine Louisa JOHN 6th dau. of Edward JOHN, 2nd Lord Stanley of Alderley) b. Trellech, Monmouthshire 1872:05:18 Sch: Southgate School Southgate, Middlesex (private) Matric 1890:10MT: Scholar 1893 BA 7 th Wrangler 1893 (Moral Sci.Trip., Pt II, 1st Class (1894) MA 1897 Fellow 1895 and 1944-52- FRS 1908 Sylvester Medal: 1934 De Morgan Medal of the London Mathematical Society, [ London ] 1934 Nobel Peace Prize for literature 1950 Succeeded his brother as 3rd Earl RUSSELL 1931 OM 1949 m. three times and had issue. Publ.: German Social Democracy; The Foundations of Geometry; The Philosophy of Leibniz; The Principles of Mathematics; Meaning and Truth; History of Western Philosophy ; and (with A. N. Whitehead) Principia Mathematica Residing at Richmond, Surrey in1952 (Burke, P. and B.; Who's Who ; K. Hardy, Bertrand Russell and Trinity .)[add:] d. 1970:02:02 [:add] |