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...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...
...Linus, Franciscus Little is known about his early life but Franciscus Linus was probably born in London or Buckinghamshire. He died in Liège on 25 November 1675. Linus went to school at the English Jesuit School at St Omer in northern...
...Cavendish, William, Duke of Newcastle William Cavendish died on 25 December 1676 and is buried in Westminster Abbey. Educated at St John’s College, Cambridge, he was a man of broad interests. He was closely associated with court circles...
...Lucas, Anthony Anthony Lucas was born in County Durham in 1633 and died on 3 October 1693. He went to school at St Omer, the English Jesuit School in northern France, and entered the Society of Jesus in 1662. He became Professor of Theology...
...Kellison, Matthew Knott, Edward Edward Knott was born in Catchburne, Northumberland and died in London on 14/24 January. He was sent to Douai by a Catholic friend, and was there reconciled to the Roman Church. He remained at the English...
...De Koninck, Charles Charles De Koninck was born 20 July 1906 in Thourout, West Flanders, Belgium. He received the PhD from Louvain University in 1934, writing a dissertation on “Eddington’s Philosophy of Science.” De Koninck was a Dominican...
...Bromberger, Sylvain Sylvain Bromberger was born on 7 July 1924 in Antwerp, Belgium, where his parents had moved from Poland. His entire family fled Belgium when the Nazis invaded in 1940. They eventually made it to the United States by way...
...Dupré, Louis Karel Louis Dupré was born on 16 April 1925 in Veerle, Belgium. He received a PhD in philosophy from the Catholic University of Louvain in 1952. His doctoral dissertation on the starting point of Marxist philosophy...