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Adm. pens. at SIDNEY, Oct. 1, 1888; from Owens College, Manchester (B.Sc. 1887). S. of John, farmer, deceased, of [Cross-house], Glencorse, Midlothian . B. there, Feb. 14, 1869.
Matric. Michs. 1888; Scholar; (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, 1st Class, 1890); B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt II, 1st Class) 1892; Clerk Maxwell Student, 1895; M.A. 1897; Hon. Sc.D. 1947.
Fellow, 1900-51-. University Demonstrator in Experimental Physics, 1900-1; University Lecturer in Experimental Physics, 1901-19; Reader in Electrical Meteorology, 1919-25.
Jacksonian Professor of Natural Philosophy, 1925-34.
Hon. LL.D., Aberdeen and Glasgow; Hon. D.Sc., Manchester, London , and Liverpool.
President of the University Philosophical Society, 1918, 1919.
F.R.S. 1900; Copley medal, 1935.
Nobel prize (Physics), 1927.
C.H. 1937.
Married, June 30, 1908, Jessie Fraser, only dau. of the Rev. George Hill Dick, of Glasgow, and had issue.
Of 196, Grange Loan, Edinburgh, in 1952. (Sir J. J. Thomson; Who's Who ; Kelly, Handbook .)
Charles Thomson Rees WILSON
Approx. lifespan: 1869–1959
pens. Sidney Sussex College adm1888:10:01
from Sch: Owens College Manchester, [Lancashire], (B.Sc. (1887)
s. of John WILSON farmer, deceased, of [Cross-house], Glencorse, Midlothian ,
b. there 1869:02:14
Matric 1888:10MT:
Nat.Sci.Trip. Pt I, 1st Class(1890);
BA Nat.Sci.Trip. Pt II, 1st Class 1892
Clerk: Maxwell
Student: 1895
MA 1897
Hon. ScD 1947
Fellow 1900-51-
University Demonstrator in: : Experimental Physics 1900-01
University Lecturer in Experimental Physics 1901-19
Reader in Electrical Meteorology 1919-25
Jacksonian Professor of: Natural Philosophy 1925-34
Hon.LLD Aberdeen, [Aberdeenshire], and Glasgow, [Scotland],
Hon. DSc Manchester, [Lancashire , London], and Liverpool, [Lancashire],
President of: : University Philosophical Society 1918, 1919
FRS 1900
Copley Medal: 1935
Nobel Prize (Physics) 1927
C.H. 1937
m. 1908:06:30 Jessie Fraser DICK only dau. of Rev. George Hill DICK of Glasgow, [Scotland],
had issue
Of 196 Grange Loan, Edinburgh, [Scotland], in1952
(Sir J. J. Thomson; Who's Who ; Kelly, Handbook )
[add:] d. 1959:11:15 at Carlops, Peebles-shire , [:add]
[add:]Portrait, by Sir J. GUNN at Sidney Sussex College [:add]
[add:](J.D. Pickles: Sidney Sussex Coll. Ann.; Goodison: CCS : 192)[:add]