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Prof. James 
Thomson
1822 - 1892


Prof. James 
Thomson
, 3rd child of 7 children. Mechanical engineer. he deduced from Carnot's principle that freezing should occur at higher temperature with increasing pressure. Lord Kelvin.

Born: College sq, Belfast, Antrim, , Ireland 11th Feb 1822 Baptised:
Died: 1892Buried:
Family:
Thomson

Ancestors
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1.
Prof. James 
Thomson
(
Hancock
) 1822 - 1892
2.
Dr. James 
Thomson
(
Gardner
) 1786 - 1849
4.
5.
3.
Margaret 
Gardner
(
Thomson
) c. 1790 - 1830
6.
7.
Elizabeth 
Pattison
  (Pattison)
(
Gardner
) + post 1790

Siblings


1.
Elizabeth 
Thomson
(
King
) 1818 - 1896
2.
Anna 
Thomson
(
Bottomley
) 1821 - 1856
3.
William 
Thomson
(
Crum
,
Blandy
) 1824 - 1907
4.
John 
Thomson
1826 - 1847
5.
Margaret 
Thomson
1827 - 1831
6.
Robert 
Thomson
1829 - 1905

Spouses



1. 28th Dec 1853
Elizabeth 
Hancock
(
Thomson
) + 1892

Descendants
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a.
Elizabeth 
Hancock
(
Thomson
) + 1892
1.
F/? 
Thomson
* post 1853
2.
F/? 
Thomson
* post 1853
3.
M/? 
Thomson
* post 1853
Sources

Timeline


11th Feb 1822Born Belfast, Antrim, Ireland
28th Dec 1853Married
Elizabeth 
Hancock
(
Thomson
) + 1892
1892Died
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