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Gurney, Henry Palinlocked

(1847–1904)
  • David Knight

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Gurney, Henry Palin (1847–1904), educationist, was born on 7 September 1847 in London, the eldest son of Henry Gurney and his wife, Eleanor Palin. In 1856 he went to the City of London School, where he won the Beaufoy mathematical medal and was head of the school in science in 1865. He went up in 1866 to ...

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