Person: Dougall, John
John Dougall graduated from Glasgow. He taught at Glasgow University before joining a publishing firm. He wrote a number of papers on both pure and applied mathematics.
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 John Dougall had eight younger siblings: Charles Dougall (born 1868), Annie (born 1870), Jessie (born 1873), Robert (born 1874), Mary (born 1876), James (born 1878), Elizabeth (born 1880) and Norma (born 1899).
 John Dougall was brought up in Kippen, Stirlingshire.
 After graduating, Dougall worked as a Lecturer in Mathematics at the Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College, Glasgow.
 Dougall was an excellent research mathematician publishing articles on both pure and applied mathematics in the Proceedings of the Edinburgh Mathematical Society and the Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
 The Royal Society of Edinburgh awarded him their MakdougallBrisbane Prize 19024.
 In the following year Dougall published The product of two Legendre polynomials in the same journal.
Born 2 June 1867, Kippen, Stirlingshire, Scotland. Died 25 February 1960, Glasgow, Scotland.
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