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date: 26 February 2021

Temperley, Harold William Vazeillelocked

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Temperley, Harold William Vazeille (1879–1939), historian, was born at 2 Newnham Terrace, Cambridge, on 20 April 1879, the third son of Ernest Temperley (1849–1889), a fellow, bursar, tutor, and lecturer in mathematics at Queens' College, Cambridge, and his wife, Marion (d. 1900)...

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