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Mcaulay, Francis Sowerby.Adm. pens. at ST JOHN'S, Apr. 29, 1879. S. of [the Rev.] Samuel [Wesleyan Minister] [and Jane Annie]. B. Feb. 11, 1862, at Witney, Oxon. Bapt. May 14, 1862. [School, Kingswood, Bath.] Matric. Michs. 1879; Scholar, 1881 (8 th Wrangler, 1882); B.A. 1883, as Macaulay; M.A. 1886.Assistant Mathematical Master at St Paul's School, London, 1885-1911; distinguished as a trainer of mathematicians, being responsible for the successes of a long line of Pauline scholars at Cambridge and elsewhere. B.Sc. (London) 1891, D.Sc. (London) 1897. F.R.S., 1928. Member of London and American Mathematical Societies. Author, Algebraic Theory of Modular Systems; Geometrical Conics (2nd edition, 1906). Associate editor of The Mathematical Gazette. Resided latterly at 7, Cranmer Road, Cambridge, where he died, Feb. 9, 1937.Brother of Alexander (1883). ( Schoolmasters' Directories; Who was Who; The Times, Feb. 10, 1937; C. J. Fordyce.) | Francis Sowerby MCAULAY Approx. lifespan: 1862–1937 pens. St John's College adm1879:04:29 s. of [Rev.] Samuel [Wesleyan Minister: s. of Jane Annie]. b. Witney, Oxfordshire , 1862:02:11 c. 1862:05:14 Sch: Kingswood School Bath, [Somerset], Matric 1879:10MT: Scholar 1881 (8 th Wrangler (1882));BA 1883, as Macaulay; MA 1886 Assistant Mathematical Master at: : Sch: St Paul's School St Paul's, London , 1885-1911 distinguished as a trainer of mathematicians, being responsible for the successes of a long line of Pauline scholars CB, ???, and elsewhere. BSc London 1891, DSc London 1897 FRS 1928 Member of: London and American Mathematical Societies. Publ.: Algebraic Theory of Modular Systems; Geometrical Conics (2nd edition(1906))Associate editor of The Mathematical Gazette latterly 7 Cranmer Road, [+ci]CB[-ci] [Cambridgeshire], d. 1937:02:09 brother of Alexander MCAULAY (1883) ( Schoolmasters' Directories; Who was Who; The Times 1937:02:10; C. J. Fordyce.) |