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Adm. pens. (age 19) at TRINITY, June 5, 1765.
S. of Thomas, clerk, of London.
Bapt. Oct. 15, 1745.
Matric. Lent, 1766; Scholar; Members' Prize, 1766; First Smith's Prizeman, 1769; B.A.
(3rd Wrangler) 1769; M.A. 1772.
Tutor, 1773-9. Inspector of Tontine Certificates, 1790.
F.R.S., 1776; Copley Medal, 1796.
A distinguished mathematician and lecturer.
Rendered important financial services to Pitt, who bestowed upon him a sinecure office, as one of the patent searchers of the Customs, with a salary of £500.
Died unmarried July, 1807.
Buried at St Margaret's, Westminster.
Brother of James (1775).
(Record of Old Westminsters; D.N.B.)
|George ATWOOD |
Approx. lifespan: 17451807
Tripos: Trinity College Math. 1769star
Adm pens. aged 19 Trinity College 1765:06:05
s. of Thomas ATWOOD clerk of London ,
Members' Prize 1766
First Smith's Prizeman 1769
( 3rd Wrangler ) 1769
Inspector of: : Tontine Certificates 1790
Copley Medal 1796
A distinguished mathematician and
Rendered important financial services to Pitt, who bestowed upon him a sinecure office, as one of the patent searchers of the Customs, with a salary of £500. Author, mathematical.
d. unmarried 1807:07
bur. St Margaret's, Westminster, [London],
brother of James ATWOOD (1775)
( Record of Old Westminsters; D.N.B .)