Herbert William Richmond

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For the admiral, Professor of History, and Master of Downing College, see Herbert Richmond.
Herbert William Richmond
Born (1863-07-17)17 July 1863
Tottenham, England
Died 22 April 1948(1948-04-22) (aged 84)
Cambridge, England
Nationality English
Occupation Mathematician
Known for Studies on the Cremona–Richmond configuration

Herbert William Richmond (born on the 17 July 1863 in Tottenham, England) was a mathematician who studied the Cremona–Richmond configuration. Herbert was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1911. On the 22 April 1948, Herbert died in Cambridge, England.

The Richmond surface is named after him.

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