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...Dewey, Orville Orville Dewey, Unitarian pastor and author, was born to Silas and Polly (Root) Dewey of Sheffield, Massachusetts on 28 March 1794. Dewey spent his childhood on the family farm and attended the village school, both of which...
...William James Potter was born on 1 February 1829 in North Dartmouth, Massachusetts. He grew up in a Quaker community as an extremely serious and very shy person. Potter was educated in the district schools of Dartmouth, the Friends Board...
...Savage, Minot Judson Minot Judson Savage was born on 10 June 1841 in Norridgewock, Maine. He grew up in conditions of poverty, frequent illness, and sporadic, poor schooling. His parents were attracted to the extreme emotionalism often...
...Dietrich, John Hassler John H. Dietrich was born on 14 January 1878, in a farmhouse near Chambersburg, in Franklin County, Pennsylvania. His parents were German-Swiss whose ancestors had immigrated to that isolated part of the state...
...Dewey, JohnReiser, Oliver Leslie Oliver L. Reiser was born on 15 November 1895 in Columbus, Ohio. He attended Ohio State University, where he received his BA in 1921, MA in 1922, and PhD in philosophy in 1924, writing a dissertation...
...Baudius, Dominicus Dominicus Baudius (Dominique Baude) was born on 8 April 1561 in Rijssel (Flanders), into a family of Calvinists. When Alva came to the Low Countries, the family took refuge in Aachen. Baudius’s teachers there were...
...Heinsius, Daniel Daniel Heinsius (Daniël Heins, Theocritus a Ganda) was born in Ghent on 9 June 1580 into a well-to-do bourgeois family. His father was a clerk to the Council of Flanders; his mother was related to a noble family. When he...
...Sinapius, Daniël Daniël Sinapius (Latinized for Mostaard or Mosterd, both forms are to be found), was born in 1589 in Amsterdam. He came from a prominent family, which according to Boxhorn’s Boxhorn, Marcus Zuerius funeral address could...
...Hubert Mugnier was born in Joinville in 1598 and died in Reims in 1651. He was one of the most influential figures of the Jesuit college in Dijon, the Collège des Godrans, where he taught philosophy, rhetoric and Scripture. The custom...
...Lalouvère, Antoine de Languedoc Rieux Roberval, Gilles Personne de Toulouse Tournon Antoine de Lalouvère was born on 24 August 1600 in the diocese of Rieux in the Languedoc region and died on 2 September 1664. He entered the Society...