George Herbert Morrell
1845 – 1906
Who was George Herbert Morrell?
George Herbert Morrell MA, MP, JP, DL was an English politician and lawyer.
George Herbert Morrell was the son of the Rev. G. K. Morrell, fellow of St John's College, Oxford. He was educated at Rugby School and Exeter College, Oxford, where he took honours in natural science as well as a B.C.L. in 1870. Morrell became a demonstrator in physiology at the Oxford university museum under George Rolleston. In 1874 he married his third cousin, Emilia Alicia Morrell, granddaughter of one of the founder of Morrells Brewery and the richest heiress in Oxfordshire. He was the Conservative Member of Parliament for Woodstock, from 1891 to 1892 and again from 1895 till 1906.
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- Exeter College, Oxford
- Rugby School
- Sep 30, 1906
on July 23, 2013
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