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|Trevelyan, George Macaulay.|
Adm. pens. at TRINITY, June 13, 1893. [3rd] s. of the Rt. Hon. Sir George Otto, Bart. (next). B. Feb. 16, 1876, at Stratford-on-Avon.
Matric. Michs. 1893; Scholar, 1895; B.A. (Hist.
Trip., 1st Class) 1896; Earl of Derby Student, 1896; 2nd (bracketted) Winchester Reading prize, 1897; M.A. 1900.
Hon. Litt.D., 1934.
Fellow, 1898-1940; College Lecturer in History, 1901-3 and 1909-11; Master, 1940-51.
Regius Professor of Modern History, 1927-40.
Hon. D.C.L., Oxford; Hon. Litt.D., London , Harvard, Yale, Manchester, Durham, Sheffield, Nottingham.
Hon. Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford.
During the Great War, 1914-19, went on a mission to Serbia for the Serbian Relief Committee, 1914-15.
Commandant, first British ambulance Red Cross unit for Italy , 1915-18.
Italian medal for Military Valour, 1915; Cavalier, SS. Maurice and Lazarus, 1919.
C.B.E., 1920; O.M., 1930.
F.B.A.; F.R.S., 1950.
A Trustee of the British Museum until 1950, and of the National Portrait Gallery.
President, Youth Hostels Association.
High Steward of the borough of Cambridge, 1946-53-. Chancellor of Durham University, 1950-. Married, 1904, Janet Penrose, dau. of T. Humphry Ward and had issue. 23 West Rd., Cambridge in 1953.
Author, England in the Age of Wycliffe; England under the Stuarts; Garibaldi (3 vols.); History of the Nineteenth Century; History of England; The Poetry and Philosophy of George Meredith; Life of Lord Grey of Falloden; England under Queen Anne; The English Revolution; English Social History; Memoirs; An Autobiography and other Essays, etc.
Brother of Robert C. (1891) and the above.
( Harrow Sch. Reg.; Who's Who. )
|George Macaulay TREVELYAN |
Approx. lifespan: 18761962
pens. Trinity College adm1893:06:13
3rd s. of Rt Hon. Sir George OTTO, Bart. (1856)
b. Stratford-on-Avon, [Warwickshire], 1876:02:16
Sch: Harrow School Harrow, [Middlesex],
BA Hist.Trip. 1st Class 1896
Earl of Derby
2nd (bracketted) Winchester Reading Prize 1897
Hon. LittD 1934
College Lecturer in History 1901-3, and 1909-11
Regius Professor of Modern: History 1927-40
Hon.DCL OX, [Oxfordshire],
Hon. LittD London , Harvard, [Massachusetts], USA , Yale, [Connecticut], USA , Manchester, [Lancashire], Durham, [Co. Durham], Sheffield, [West Riding of Yorkshire], Nottingham, [Nottinghamshire],
Hon. Fellow of: : Oriel College [Oxford]
During the Great War 1914-19 went on a mission to Serbia , for Serbian Relief Committee 1914-15
Commandant, first British ambulance Red Cross unit for Italy , 1915-18
Italian Medal for Military Valour 1915
Cavalier, SS. Maurice and Lazarus 1919
Trustee of: : British: <wrk> Museum </wrk> [London], until1950 and of the National Portrait Gallery, [London],
President: Youth Hostels Association
High Steward of the borough of CB, [Cambridgeshire], 1946-53-
Chancellor of: : Sch: Durham University Durham, [Co. Durham], 1950-
m. 1904 Janet Penrose WARD dau. of T. Humphry WARD and had issue.
Of 23 West Road, CB, [Cambridgeshire], in1953
Publ.: England in the Age of Wycliffe; England under the Stuarts; Garibaldi (3 vols.); History of the Nineteenth Century; History of England; The Poetry and Philosophy of George Meredith; Life of Lord Grey of Falloden; England under Queen Anne; The English Rev.olution; English Social History; Memoirs; An Autobiography and other Essays etc.
brother of Robert C. TREVELYAN (1891)
brother of Charles Philips TREVELYAN (1889)
( Harrow School Reg.; Who's Who. )
[add:] d. 1962:07:21 [:add]
[add:]Buried at Great Langdale Church, Cumberland , , with his wife and a five year old child[:add]
[add:]Portrait, by F.Dodd, 1933, in Fitzwilliam Museum[:add]
[add:](P.J. Barnwell; WWW 1961-70; Goodison: CP : 247)[:add]