sir George Everest
Mt Everest was named after Sir George Everest in 1865. He was a British surveyor-general of India.
Mt Everest was named after George Everest. George Everest was a Welsh person who was the Surveyor-General of India from 1830 to 1843.
Mt. Everest was discovered in 1819 by a man named Radhanath Sickdhar.
Named after sir george Everest
Mount Everest was named after George Everest, of the Great Trigonometrical Survey of India. Sir George Everest was the first person to record the height and location of Mt. Everest, this is where Mt."Everest" got its name from(In American language).
It was decided that Peak XV should be named as Mount Everest, after George Everest, the Surveyor General of India.
It was named after the person who discovered it- George Everest
Andrew Waugh decided that Peak XV should be named as Mount Everest, after George Everest, his predecessor as Surveyor General of India.
Mt. Everest was named by the Royal Geographical Society after a British Surveyor General of India, Sir George Everest.
Mount Everest was named after George Everest the Surveyor-General of India. Find out more about it at the link given.
Are you speaking of Sir George Everest? Mt Everest was named after him in 1865. He died in London in 1866.
In 1830 George Everest became the Surveyor-General of India. When he died, it was name Mount Everest after him.
If you mean George Everest who after the mountain was named after then he never climbed on Mount Everest.