Herbert William Richmond
|Herbert William Richmond|
17 July 1863|
|Died||22 April 1948
|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.