# Alan Turing Study Guide

## Christopher Collan Morcom

A fellow student at Sherborne who was a year older than Alan Turing but appeared younger. He died at age 18 from complications of bovine tuberculosis from drinking infected cow's milk years earlier.
## Robert Augenfeld

A young Jewish boy who came to England at age 14 with sponsorship by Alan, who he says made a gentle sexual approach when Robert was 16, and he had perceived that the possibilty had been at the back of Alan's mind from the beginning.
## Frances Isobel Morcom (née Swan)

She was the mother of Christopher Morcom, with whom Alan Turing exchanged letters.
## Arnold Murray

The 19-year-old teenager with whom Alan Turing admitted a sexual relationship to police in 1952.
## John Turing

Alan's brother, born in 1908.
## Joan Clarke

A fellow crypotanalyst and mathematician, she was briefly Alan's fiancée.
## Robin Oliver Gandy

Mathematician, friend and student of Turing, he lived from 1919 to 1995.
## Julius Mathison Turing

Alan Turing's father, son of Rev. John Robert Turing, of Scottish descent.
## Ethel Sara Turing

Ethel Sara Turing née Stoney was Alan Turing's mother and was of Anglo-Irish ancestry.
## Sir John Dermon Turing

Alan's nephew, son of John Turing and 12th Baronet, born 1961.
## St Michaels

This was the primary school attended by Alan Turing between the ages of 6 and 9 years.
## Sherborne School

Located in Dorset, Alan attended from the age of 13.
## King's College

Located in Cambridge, Turing studied here from 1931 to 1934 and graduated with a degree in mathematics. In 1935, he was elected a Fellow.
## Princeton University

In 1938, Turing obtained his PhD from here.
## Government Code and Cypher School (GC&CS)

This organization was located at Bletchley Park during World War II and employed Alan Turing to crack the Enigma encryption.
## Alan Turing Law

This has been used to secure pardons for 75,000 individuals in England and Wales for crimes related to sexuality.
## Maida Vale

Turing was born here in 1912.