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William H Grundy
  
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Years covered: 1888 to 1893


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WILLIAM H GRUNDY
(born Oct-13-1850, died Dec-05-1891, 41 years old) United Kingdom

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Reverend William Grundy, was headmaster of Malvern College, one of Britain's leading public schools, between 1885 and his early death in 1891. The Grundy Library, which still bears the name, was opened in 1892.

One of his four children was William M Grundy.

Last updated: 2018-07-30 16:30:26

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Zukertort vs W H Grundy 1-0351888Simpson's DivanC28 Vienna Game
2. O C Mueller vs W H Grundy 0-1181891Simpson's DivanC45 Scotch Game
3. W H Grundy vs C E Ranken 0-1101893LondonC44 King's Pawn Game
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Aug-24-15  JOHNJCAL: NICE!! losing a game when your dead. well from the game he played like he was dead.
Jul-30-18
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  MissScarlett: Illustrated Sport & Dramatic News, December 19th 1891, p.459:

<The Rev. W. Grundy, head-master of Malvern, who died not many days ago after a very short illness, deserves a notice. In him we have lost an accomplished chess-player, and most amiable man. I remember some years ago when he was head master of Warwick School, he offered, if the "Counties" would hold their annual meeting during holiday time, to entertain about thirty visitors at the School house. Few men, if any, were better liked in London circles than the Rev. W. Grundy.>

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