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...Creech, Thomas Thomas Creech was born in Blandford, Dorset and died in Welwyn, Hertfordshire in June 1700. He was born of humble parents, but received a good education, reading the classics with Thomas Curgeneven, rector of Folke in Dorset...
...Gillies, John John Gillies was born in Brechin in Forfarshire on 18 January 1747 and died in London on 15 February 1836. He went to school in Brechin and later attended Glasgow University, studying classics. He proved to be an able student...
...Glennie, George George Glennie was born in Maryculter, Kincardineshire on 24 January 1768 and died in Aberdeen on 9 November 1845. He studied at Marischal College, Aberdeen (MA 1786, DD 1816), where his philosophy teacher was James Beattie....
...Thompson, William Hepworth Thompson, Thomas Perronet William Hepworth Thompson was born in York on 27 March 1810, the son of a solicitor (sc. lawyer), and died in Cambridge on 1 October 1886. He was educated privately, and at Trinity...
...Badham, Charles Charles Badham was born in Ludlow, Shropshire on 18 July 1813 and died in Sydney on 27 February 1884. His father was a physician who held a Chair in Physic at the University of Glasgow. He was initially educated...
...Cope, Edward Meredith Edward Meredith Cope was born in Birmingham on 28 July 1818 and died in Cambridge on 5 August 1873. He was educated at Shrewsbury, where he was taught by Benjamin Hall Kennedy (1804–89), and at Trinity College...
...Mayor, Joseph Bickersteth Joseph Bickersteth Mayor died in Kingston Hill, Surrey on 29 November 1916. He was educated at Rugby and St John’s College, Cambridge. He graduated BA in 1851, when he took second place in the examinations...
...Maguire, Thomas Thomas Maguire was born into a Catholic merchant family in Dublin on 24 January 1831 and died in London on 26 February 1889. He entered Trinity College, Dublin in 1851, graduating in 1855 as Senior Moderator in classics...
...Newman, William Lambert William Lambert Newman, the son of a solicitor (sc. lawyer), was born in Cheltenham on 21 August 1834 and died there on 23 May 1923. He was educated at Cheltenham College and Oxford (Balliol College), and was elected...
...Jackson, Henry Henry Jackson, the son of a surgeon, was born in Sheffield on 12 March 1839 and died in Bournemouth on 25 September 1921. He was educated at Cheltenham College and Trinity College, Cambridge, where he progressed through...