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Sir John Isaac Thornycroft (b. 1843), LL.D., F.R.S., Vice-President of Inst. of Naval Architecture, etc. ; founded shipbuilding works at Chiswick, 1866; introduced improvements in naval architecture and marine engineering, which have promoted high speeds at sea.-["Who's Who."]

me fa, John Francis (1 780-1861), sculptor, pupil of Chantrey ; exhibited at the Royal Academy, 18201856 ; his works include busts of Miss Horatio Nelson, Queen Victoria, Prince Albert, and the Duke of Wellington.-[" Dict. N. Biog."]

fa, Thomas Thornycroft (1815-1885), sculptor ; executed the group of Commerce on the Albert Memorial, and other statues.-[" Dict. N. Biog."]

me, Mary Thornycroft (1814-1895 ), sculptor.[" Dict. N. Biog."]

I»-o, William Hamo Thornycroft (b. 1850), R. A., sculptor. His works include national monument to General Gordon in Trafalgar Square and in Melbourne ; John Bright in Rochdale ; Lord Granville in Houses of Parliament ; and very many others.[` Who's Who."]

Charles Sissmore Tomes (b. 1846), F.R.S., late lecturer on dental anatomy at Dental Hosp. of London ; Crown nominee on General Medical Council, 1898, etc. ; author of a " Manual of Dental Anatomy, Human and Comparative," and of many memoirs on odontology in " Phil. Trans.," etc.-[" Who's Who. "]