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|Pearson, Carl (or Karl).|
Adm. a scholar at KING'S, Oct. 9, 1875. [2nd] s. of William, Q.C., of the Middle Temple, London.
B. Mar. 27, 1857. [School, University College.] Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. (3rd Wrangley) 1879; LL.B. 1881; M.A. 1882.
Fellow, 1880; Hon.
Studied philosophy and law at Heidelberg and Berlin, 1879-80.
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 17, 1876.
Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 1881.
Professor of Applied Mathematics at University College, London, 1885-1911; Gresham Professor of Geometry, 1892-4; Galton Professor of Eugenics in the University of London, and Director of the Laboratory for National Eugenics, 1911.
F.R.S., 1896; Darwin medal, 1898.
Huxley medal, Royal Anthropological Institute, 1908.
LL.D., St Andrews; Hon.
Fellow of University College, London.
Married, 1890, Maria, dau. of W. Sharpe.
Of 7, Well Road, Hampstead.
Author, The Ethic of Freethought; The Life and Letters of Francis Galton; Tables for Statisticians; Grammar of Science; The Chances of Death, etc.
Editor of Biometrika, 1902-17.
Died Apr. 27, 1936, at Coldharbour, near Dorking.
Brother of Arthur B. (1873).
Sch. Reg.; King's Coll. Reg.; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Who was Who; Foster, Men at the Bar; E. S. Pearson, Karl Pearson, 1938; P.
B. G. Binnall.)
|Carl (or Karl) PEARSON |
Approx. lifespan: 18571936
Adm. a scholar King's College 1875:10:09
2nd s. of William PEARSON, Q.C., of the Middle Temple, London ,
School Sch: University College [London], ???,
BA 3 rd Wrangley 1879
Hon. Fellow 1903
Studied philosophy and law Heidelberg, [Germany], and Berlin, [Germany], 1879-80
Adm. Inner Temple: 1876:11:17
Called to the Bar: 1881:11:17
Professor of: Applied Mathematics Sch: University College London , ???, 1885-1911
Gresham Professor of: Geometry 1892-94
Galton Professor of: Eugenics in University of London , , and
Director of: : Laboratory for National Eugenics 1911
Darwin Medal: 1898
Huxley Medal, Sch: Royal Anthropological Institute )) Royal Anthropological, ???, 1908
Hon.LLD St Andrews, [Fife],
Hon. DSc London ,
Hon. Fellow of: Sch: University College London , ???,
m. 1890 Maria SHARPE dau. of W. SHARPE
Of 7 Well Road, Hampstead, [London],
Publ.: The Ethic of Freethought; The Life and Letters of Francis Galton; Tables for Statisticians; Grammar of Science; The Chances of Death etc.
Editor of: : Biometrika 1902-17
d. Coldharbour, near Dorking, [Surrey], 1936:04:27
brother of Arthur B. PEARSON (1873)
( University College School Reg.; Sch: King's College Reg.; Law Lists; Inns of Court ; Who was Who ; Foster, Men at the Bar ; E. S. Pearson, Karl Pearson 1938; P.B.G. Binnall.)