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Morley, Frank.Adm. scholar at KING'S, Oct. 11, 1879. 2nd s. of Joseph Roberts, glass and china merchant, deceased, of Woodbridge, Suffolk. B. Sept. 9, 1860, at The Thoroughfare, Woodbridge. School, Woodbridge. Matric. Michs. 1879; (8 th Wrangler, 1883); B.A. 1884; M.A. 1887; Sc.D. 1898.Mathematical Master at Bath College, 1884-7. Professor of Mathematics at Haverford College, Pennsylvania, 1887-1900; at Johns Hopkins University, 1900. His three sons all became Rhodes scholars from Maryland. A very distinguished chess player, and a writer on the subject; once beat Dr Lasker, then the champion of the world. Author, mathematical papers, and part author of Harkness & Morley, Introduction to the Theory of Analytical Functions. Died Oct. 17, 1937, at Baltimore.( The Times, Oct. 19, 1937; The Spectator, May 3, 1947.) | Frank MORLEY Approx. lifespan: 1860–1937 scholar King's College adm1879:10:11 2nd s. of Joseph Roberts MORLEY glass and china merchant, deceased, of Woodbridge, Suffolk , b. The Thoroughfare, Woodbridge, [Suffolk], 1860:09:09 Sch: Woodbridge School Woodbridge, [Suffolk], Matric 1879:10MT: (8 th Wrangler (1883));BA 1884 MA 1887 ScD 1898 Mathematical Master at: : Sch: Bath College Bath, [Somerset], 1884-7 Professor of Mathematics: Sch: Haverford College Haverford, Pennsylvania , [ USA ], 1887-1900 ;at Sch: Johns Hopkins University Johns Hopkins, [Maryland], [ USA ], 1900 His three sons all became Rhodes scholars from Maryland , [ USA ], A very distinguished chess player, and a writer on the subject; once beat Dr Lasker, then the champion of the world. Publ.: mathematical papers, and part author of Harkness & Morley, Introduction to the Theory of Analytical Functions d. 1937:10:17 at Baltimore, [Maryland], [ USA ], ( The Times 1937:10:19; The Spectator 1947:05:03) |