George Mitchell Seabroke
He began his astronomical career at Rugby School, where he was a student. Together with the school's Mathematics and Science Master, James Maurice Wilson (later Canon of Worcester), he observed double stars at Temple Observatory.
He remained at the observatory, carrying out observations and promoting the study of astronomy to the schoolboys of Rugby School.
He was one of the founders of the British Astronomical Association, and served as its Double Star Section Director from 1892 to 1915, its Saturn Section Director from 1899 to 1911, and its President from 1900 to 1902.
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