Tim Berners-Lee (formally Sir Timothy John Berners-Lee) is the inventor of the World Wide Web. He was born in Britain on June 8th, 1955 and graduated from Oxford University with a first-class honors degree in Physics.
John Venn was a renowned British mathematician and logician of the 19th century. He is most well remembered for the standardization and widespread use of “Venn diagrams” in the study of probability and statistics, logic and computer science.
John Barber was an English inventor of the 18th century. He is most well known for inventing a gas turbine. Not much is known about his personal life, other than that he was born in 1734 in Nottinghamshire.
Frank Hornby was one of the most famous British toymakers of the 20th century, and is widely remembered for his three most popular toy lines i.e. Hornby Model Railways, Dinkys and Meccano. Hornby was born in 1863 in Liverpool, England.