Person: Gibb, David
David Gibb graduated from Edinburgh University and went on to become a lecturer and reader there.
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 David Gibb had younger siblings: Edith (born about 1881), William (born about 1886) and Annabella (born about 1890).
 David Gibb's home was Bellavue, Innerleven, Methil, Fife.
 In his first year of study at university, Gibb took courses in Mathematics and Natural Philosophy at the Ordinary level passing Mathematics with the excellent mark of 89% but finding Natural Philosophy somewhat harder with a pass at 57%.
 Following his graduation, Gibb was a mathematics teacher in a school until Chrystal appointed him a Lecturer in Mathematics at the University of Edinburgh in 1909.
 Gibb was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh on 24 January 1910 having been proposed by George Chrystal, Sir Frank Watson Dyson, Cargill Gilston Knott, and Ellice M Horsburgh.
 Gibb joined the Edinburgh Mathematical Society in December 1910.
Born 31 October 1883, Methil, Fife, Scotland. Died 28 March 1946, Edinburgh, Scotland.
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