|Venn, J. A., comp. Alumni Cantabrigienses, Vol. 3. London: Cambridge
University Press, 1940.
I'Anson, Alfred Edward. Adm. (age 18) at CAIUS,
Oct. 1, 1880.
I'Anson, Edward Blakeway. Adm. pens. at ST JOHN'S, May
Father deceased. S. of Mrs Fitzgerald, of Sydney, Australia.
B. at Shoal Haven, Sydney.
School, Clifton College. Matric. Michs. 1880. Resided two years.
Landagent and commission broker at Buenos Aires, in 1898.
In Australia, in 1924. (Clifton Coll. Reg.; Venn, II. 444.)
I'Anson, John Bankes.Adm. pens. at EMMANUEL, July 2, 1777.
[Elder] s. of Edward, architect (for whom see D.N.B.) [and Catherine].
B. June 20, 1843, at Clapham [Surrey].
School, Cheltenham. Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 1866; M.A. 1869. Studied
in Germany. F.R.I.B.A.
Succeeded his father in 1888 as architect for St Bartholomew's Hospital,
and assisted him with the new Corn Exchange in Mark Lane and other work.
Practised at 7a, Laurence Pountney Hill.
Vice-President, Surveyors' Institution. Surveyor to the Charterhouse and
to other large estates in South London.
Member of the Merchant Taylors' Company; Master, 1901-2.
Resided at Grayshott, Hants. Died Nov. 10, 1912, in London. Buried at Grayshott.
(Cheltenham Coll. Reg., which gives 'b. June 28'; Eagle, XXXIV. 264; D.N.B.;
The Times, Nov. 12, 1912.)
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Of Dorset. [Elder] s. of Sir Thomas. [B. Sept. 13, 1759, at Corfe Castle.]
Matric. Lent, 1782; LL.B. 1784.
In Holy Orders. R. of Corfe Castle, July-Nov. 1799.
Died unmarried and buried there Nov. 4, 1799. (G.E.C.)
Bromwich, Thomas John I'Anson.Adm. pens. at ST JOHN'S,
Oct. 21, 1892.
S. of John I'Anson, woollen-draper.
B. Feb. 8, 1875, at Wolverhampton, Staffs.
Schools, Wolverhampton and Durban High, S. Africa.
Matric. Michs. 1892; Scholar, 1893; Senr. Wrangler 1895; Math. Trip.
1st Class, Pt II, 1896);
B.A. 1895; M.A. 1899; Sc.D. 1909. Fellow, 1897 and Lecturer; re-elected
Fellow and Lecturer, 1907.
Director of Mathematical Studies, 1914-20. University Lecturer in Mathematics,
1909. Professor of Mathematics at Queen's College, Galway, 1902-7; returned
to Cambridge. F.R.S., 1906.
A successful 'coach'and Lecturer in Mathematics, who had a remarkable facility
with algebraical manipulations
Secretary to the London Mathematical Society, 1911-19; Vice-President,
Became mentally afflicted and was latterly an inmate of St Andrew's
Hospital, Northampton, where he died Aug. 24, 1929, by his own hand. (Eagle;
The Times, Aug. 26, 1929.)
|The Registers of Middleton St. George, In the County of Durham.
Baptisms 1652--1812, marriages 1616--1812, burials 1616--1812, Transcribed,
indexed, and edited by Herbert Maxwell Wood, B.A., 1906.
Feb. 15. Mary Ianson (died Feb. 12th), of Oak Tree, widow.
April 21. Dorothy (died April 18th), of Oak Tree, wife of William
Ianson, blacksmith. Aged 49.
Nov. 4. Thos. Ianson, of Oak Tree Houses, blacksmith.
Nov. 27. Wm. Hyenson(*) and Mary Atkin. (Wit. Thos. Wrightson
and Peter Atkin.) (*) Signs "William Ianson."--ED