Irish Mathematician Team

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Welcome to the Irish Mathematician Team

This is part of the Notables Team which is part of the Irish Roots Topics Team which is part of the Ireland Project

Annals of Irish Mathematics and Mathematicians has 4276 people listed as of 9/3/2019
Notables Project
... ... ... is Notable.
... was an Irish Mathematician.
Leader: TBA - for a full list of Members see Irish Roots Topics Team -
Member What you're working on or link your work page
Rich Devlin Creating list of names and linking to profiles
Colm Mulcahy creator and curator of the Annals of Irish Mathematicians and Mathematics

This list is not all notable Mathematicians with Wikipedia pages, all were born or raised in Ireland, hold Irish citizenship or studied/held a degree in Ireland.

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Mathematician Notes
Thomas Kingsmill Abbott (1829-1913) - Wikipedia Needs to be added
Abdusalam Abubakar (c1989- ) - Wikipedia Living (Can not show unless he or she is a member of Wikitree and adds a biography)
Robert Adrain (1775 - 1843) - Wikipedia Bio needs to be rewritten, some C&P, needs primary sources
Conel Hugh O'Donel Alexander (1909 - 1974) - Wikipeia Needs Bio and sources
George Johnston Allman (1824 - 1904) - Wikipedia gedcom cleanup
Kathleen Rita (McNulty) Antonelli (1921 - 2006) - Wikipedia PPP Notables, needs primary sources
St George Ashe (1658 - 1718) - Wikipedia Unsourced
Robert Stawell Ball (1840 - 1913) Wikipedia Needs Bio and sources
Alicia (Boole) Stott (1860 - 1940) - Wikipedia Needs primary sources
George Boole (1815 - 1864) PMP England
James Booth (1806–1878) - Wikipedia Needs better Bio and sources
Robert Boyle (1627 - 1691) - Wikipedia Bio needs to be rewritten (C&P from Wikipedia)
William Brouncker, 2nd Viscount Brouncker (1620 - 1684) - Wikipedia
Pádraig de Brún (1889 - 1960) - Wikipedia GEDCOM import
James Bryce (1806 - 1877) - Wikipedia Needs Bio, family and sources
Oliver Byrne (1810 - 1880) - Wikipedia Needs Bio, family and sources
John Edward Campbell (1862 - 1924) - Wikipedia Needs Bio, family and primary sources
John Casey (1820 - 1891) - Wikipedia Needs primary sources and family
Michael John Collins - amateur mathematician, father of Michael James Collins, Irish revolutionary leader
David Conlon (1982- ) - Wikipedia Living
John B. Cosgrave (1946- ) - Wikipedia Living
Kevin Costello - Wikipedia Living
Morgan Crofton (1826-1915) - Wikipedia Needs better bio, family added and primary sources
James Cullen (1867 - 1933) - Wikipedia Needs better bio, family added and primary sources
George Darley (1795-1846) - Wikipedia Needs better bio, family and primary sources
Henry Gordon Dawson
George Éamon de Valera Good Profile
Cornelius Denvir
Sarah Flannery
Gordon Foster
Robert William Genese
Charles Graves (bishop)
John T. Graves
Hugh Hamilton (bishop)
James Hamilton (physicist)
Sir William Rowan Hamilton (1805-1865) Wikipedia; started profile
Andrew Searle Hart
Henry Hickman Harte
Samuel Haughton
John Hooper (Irish statistician)
John Kells Ingram
John Hewitt Jellett
Alexander Johnson (mathematician)
Charles Jasper Joly
William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin
Ralph Kenna
Thomas J. Laffey
Cornelius Lanczos
John T. Lewis
Bartholomew Lloyd
Mountifort Longfield
Peter Lynch (meteorologist)
Giolla Íosa Mac Fir Bisigh
James MacCullagh
Richard MacDonnell (scholar)
Des MacHale
Maura Mast
Annie S. D. Maunder
John McCarthy (mathematician)
Maeve McCarthy
Albert Joseph McConnell
James Robert McConnell
General James Patrick "J.P." McIvor Civil War General - Math Professor (New York)
James McMahon (mathematician)
Philip McShane
Carew Arthur Meredith
Thomas Meredith
George Minchin
Colm Mulcahy creator and curator of the Annals of Irish Mathematicians and Mathematics
Francis Dominic Murnaghan (mathematician)
Gerard Murphy (mathematician)
Robert Murphy (mathematician)
Richard Murray (mathematician)
Alan C. Newell
Martin J. Newell
Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin
Matthew O'Brien (mathematician)
Neil O'Connell
William McFadden Orr
John Perry (engineer)
Frederick Purser
George Salmon
Samson Shatashvili
David J. Simms
James John Smith
Thomas David Spearman
Nicole Spillane
Sir George Stokes, 1st Baronet
John William Stubbs
John W. Sullivan
John Lighton Synge
Francis Alexander Tarleton
James Thomson (mathematician)
William Thrift (1870 - 1942) - Wikipedia] Needs Bio and Family added
Sheila Tinney
John Toland (mathematician)
George Tollet
Vergilius of Salzburg
Siobhán Vernon
Muriel Kennett Wales
Trevor West
Benjamin Williamson (mathematician)
Richard Townsend (mathematician)
Matthew Young (bishop)

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