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NOTEWORTHY FAMILIES   i 5

Arthur Herbert Church (b. 1834), F.R.S., D. Sc., Professor of Chemistry at Royal Academy of Arts since 1879 ; discoverer of turacin, also of churchite and other new minerals ; President of the Mineralogical Society, 1898-19o 1 ; author of various works on English pottery and porcelain, on precious stones, on food, and on the chemistry of paints and painting. [" Who's Who. "]

bro, Henry Francis Church (1824-1899), solicitor, Chief Clerk in Chancery, and Master of the High Court of Judicature.

bro, Alfred John Church (Rev.), (b. 1829), Headmaster of Henley and of Retford Grammar Schools ; Professor of Latin at Univ. Coll., London, i 88o-1888 ; prize poem, Oxford, 1883 ; author of various works dealing with classical subjects. - [" Who's Who."]

fa si da son, Sir John R. Seeley, K.C. M.G.

(1834-1895), Professor first of Latin at Univ. Coll., London, and afterwards of Modern History at Cambridge ; published in 1865 " Ecce Homo," a work which attracted immediate attention and provoked a storm of controversy ; also works on history and political science.-L" Dict. N. Biog."]

Sydney Monckton Copeman, F.R.S., M. D.

(Camb.), Medical Inspector Local Government Board ; Member of Council of Epidemiological Society ; Research Scholar and Special Com

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