|Epithet||civil servant |
|History||He was educated at Charterhouse School and Caius College, Cambridge. He became a civil servant and took up an administrative post in the provision of education in India in the 1870s.|
|Relationships||Son of John Philip Gell and his wife Eleanor Isabella (nee Franklin); grandson of Sir John Franklin|
|Key Events||Born 12 May 1851; baptized 4 June 1851 at St Mary's Church, Marylebone; died at Madras, India on 13 Aug 1884.|
|Authorised Form of Name||Gell; John Franklin (1851-1884); civil servant|
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