The Ven. Dr. J. M. Wilson

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JAMES MAURICE WILSON was born in 1836; was senior wrangler in 1859; an assistant master at Rugby from 1860 to 1879; headmaster of Clifton College from 1879 to 1890; vicar of Rochdale and archdeacon of Manchester from 1890 to 1905; canon of Worcester from 1905 to 1926. The last five years of his life he spent in quiet but not idle retirement near Petersfield, Hants, where he died on April 15.

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V., W. The Ven. Dr. J. M. Wilson. Nature 127, 824–825 (1931). https://doi.org/10.1038/127824a0

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