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...Walton, Brian Selden, John Laud, William Brian Walton was born in the district of Cleveland, Yorkshire and died in London on 29 November 1661. He matriculated at Magdalene College, Cambridge in 1614, migrating to Peterhouse in 1619. Walton...
...Lightfoot, John John Lightfoot was born in Stoke on Trent in March 1602 and died in Ely on 6 December 1675 after having caught a heavy cold journeying there from Cambridge. He was buried in Much Munden. Lightfoot was educated by Mr...
...Cocceius (Coccejus), Johannes Johannes Cocceius (Johann Cock) was born on 9 August 1603 in Bremen as the son of Timman Cock, city secretary and judicial adviser to the guild at Bremen, and Elisabeth Bake. He studied philology, theology...
...May, Johannes de Johannes de Mey was born on 2 September 1617 in Middelburg, Illustrious School of Middelburg, the main city of Zeeland. He was a nephew of Isaac Beeckman Beeckman, Isaac who, we may assume, fostered De Mey’s interest...
...Christian Friedrich Schmidt was born in Rochlitz close to Merseburg on 20 November 1741 and died in Wittenberg as professor of theology on 19 May 1778. In 1753, the Leipzig theologian and philosopher Christian August Crusius took...
...Stuart, Moses Moses Stuart was a Congregationalist biblical scholar and professor of sacred literature at Andover Theological Seminary. Born 26 March 1780 and raised in a farming family in Wilton, Connecticut, Stuart showed early signs...
...Sears, Barnas Barnas Sears was born on 19 November 1802 in Sandisfield, Massachusetts. He attended the university grammar school in Providence, Rhode Island and then he went to Brown University, graduating with the BA degree in 1825...
...Abendana, Isaac We do not know the precise year of Isaac’s birth, but The Jewish Encyclopedia describes him as the younger bother of Jacob Abendana, rabbi to Jewish communities first in Amsterdam then in London, who was born in 1630...
...Campbell, George George Campbell was born in Aberdeen and died there on 6 April 1796. He was educated at Aberdeen Grammar School and at Marischal College, where Thomas Blackwell had revitalized Latin and Greek studies. Campbell...
...Johann Semler was born in the Thuringian town of Saalfeld on 18 December 1725 and died on 14 March 1791. The son of a Lutheran minister, he grew up in Saalfeld in a family environment imbued with the spirit of Hallensian pietism. He studied...