Clement-Jones family - Person Sheet

Clement-Jones family - Person Sheet

NameWilliam J IBBETSON, 1678

Birth1861, Kroringa South Australia

EducationHaileybury and Clare College Cambridge

Father**Rev Denzil John Holt IBBETSON** , 9966 (1823-1871)

Mother**Clarissa Elizabeth GUILDING** , 9967 (1825-)

Notes for William J IBBETSON

From Venn’s

Ibbetson, William John.

Adm. at CLARE, 1879.

[Youngest s. of the Rev. Denzil J. H., of St John's, Adelaide, South Australia. B. Jan. 6, 1861, at Kroringa, South Australia.

School, Haileybury [ Hertfordshire].]

Matric. Michs. 1879;

Scholar, 1880;

(17th Wrangler, 1882);

B.A. 1883;

M.A. 1886.

An authority on the Romany language.

"He was a man of great ability, and his book on elasticity is most noteworthy when it is remembered that he had been totally deaf from the age of 16, and had acquired all his mathematics at such a terrible disadvantage."

Author, An Elementary Treatise on the Mathematical Theory of Perfectly Elastic Solids, with a Short Account of Viscous Fluids, 1887.

F.R.A.S.

Resided at Eastern House, Cambridge [ Cambridgeshire].

Died Oct. 12, 1889.

(Haileybury Reg.; Proceedings of the London Math. Soc., XX. 425-6; Monthly Notices, Royal Astronom. Soc., LI. 194.)

Ibbetson, William John.

Adm. at CLARE, 1879.

[Youngest s. of the Rev. Denzil J. H., of St John's, Adelaide, South Australia. B. Jan. 6, 1861, at Kroringa, South Australia.

School, Haileybury [ Hertfordshire].]

Matric. Michs. 1879;

Scholar, 1880;

(17th Wrangler, 1882);

B.A. 1883;

M.A. 1886.

An authority on the Romany language.

"He was a man of great ability, and his book on elasticity is most noteworthy when it is remembered that he had been totally deaf from the age of 16, and had acquired all his mathematics at such a terrible disadvantage."

Author, An Elementary Treatise on the Mathematical Theory of Perfectly Elastic Solids, with a Short Account of Viscous Fluids, 1887.

F.R.A.S.

Resided at Eastern House, Cambridge [ Cambridgeshire].

Died Oct. 12, 1889.

(Haileybury Reg.; Proceedings of the London Math. Soc., XX. 425-6; Monthly Notices, Royal Astronom. Soc., LI. 194.)