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...Donaldson, Walter Walter Donaldson was born in Aberdeen and died in La Rochelle. The son of Alexander Donaldson and Elizabeth Lamb, he studied at King’s College, Aberdeen before proceeding on a mission to Denmark with David Cunningham...
...Langbaine, Gerald, the elder Gerald Langbaine was born in Birton Kirke, Westmoreland and died in Oxford on 16 February 1658. He was educated at Queen’s College, Oxford. Langbaine graduated BA in 1630, gained his MA and Fellowship in 1633...
...Leighton, Robert Robert Leighton was born and died in London. He was educated at Edinburgh University because it was thought he would be less likely to be infected with prelatical ideas there than at Oxford or Cambridge. Leighton graduated...
...Grant, Alexander Alexander Grant was born in New York on 13 September 1826, of parents whose wealth was founded on plantations in the West Indies, and died in Edinburgh on 30 November 1884. He was educated at Harrow and Oxford (Balliol...
...Compton, Thomas Thomas Compton was born in Cambridgeshire and died in Liège on 24 March 1666. He was one of three brothers sent abroad by their uncle to be given a Roman Catholic education – all three were to become priests. He entered...
...Mac Mahon, John Henry John Henry Mac Mahon was born in Dublin. He graduated at Trinity College, Dublin in 1852, was ordained deacon in 1853, and became Secretary of the Board of Religious Education of the General Synod of the Church...
...Abu al-Walid Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Rushd is one of the most outstanding Islamic philosophers. He was born in Cordoba into an important local family (his grandfather in particular was well known for his legal expertise) and he played...
...Peter of Ireland Peter of Ireland (de Hibernia, de Ybernia) was active as a teacher and writer at the University of Naples from the 1240s to the late 1260s. As is the case with many medieval authors, we know nothing about his early life...
...Walker, L.J. Leslie Walker was born in Birmingham on 18 October 1877 and died there on 22 September 1958. He was educated at King Edward’s School, Birmingham, became a Roman Catholic in 1898, and a year later entered the Society of Jesus....
...Hobbes, Thomas White, Thomas Thomas White was born into a well-established Catholic family from Essex and educated at Continental English Catholic Colleges in St Omer, Valladolid, Seville, Louvain and Douai, where he was ordained...