Born in Denbighshire, 1670. He was educated at S. Omer College and was admitted a member of the society of Jesus, 2 February 1706-7. For some years he was professor of mathematics and philosophy at Liége and, from 1721-2 to 1728 was warden of S. Omer College. He is known to have written two books: Anathemata Poetica Serenissimo Walliae Principi Jacobi regis, … etc. (S. Omer, 1688), and Trigonometria plana et sphaerica, … etc. (Liége, 1704). He died at S. Omer 11 October 1730.
Published date: 1959
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