Mountaineer most widely known for disappearing on the 3rd Uk expedition to ascend Support Everest. He was a superstar rower on the 1919 ‘Peacefulness Regatta’ at Henley and afterwards attended Merton University, Oxford for anatomist. Oxford University honours a scholarship or grant in his name to invest in mountaineering travels. He was created Andrew Comyn Irvine in Birkenhead, Cheshire, Britain and was among six kids of Scottish and Welsh descent. He passed away atop Support Everest, although exact situations of how he passed away are unclear, as his body was under no circumstances found. He followed George Mallory in the climber’s 3rd and last expedition up Everest. Though it continues to be unclear if both ever reached the summit, they passed away soon after they produced their ascent. Mallory’s body was retrieved in 1999.
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