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...Reneri, Henricus Gutberleth, Heinrich (Henricus) Heinrich (Henricus) Gutberleth was born in 1572 – the exact date of his birth is not known – in Hersfeld (Nassau, Germany). His father was a member of the magistracy. After a first education...
...Carpenter, Nathanael Nathanael Carpenter was born in Northleigh, Devon and died in Dublin. The son of a Devonshire clergyman, he matriculated at St Edmund Hall, Oxford in 1605, and was elected a Fellow of Exeter College (on the king...
...Holdsworth, Richard Richard Holdsworth was born in Newcastle-upon-Tyne and died in London on 22 August 1649. He was educated at the Grammar School in Newcastle-upon-Tyne before entering St John’s College, Cambridge as a Scholar in 1607. He...
...Reneri, Henricus Henricus Reneri was born in Huy (in the Liège region) in 1593, presumably under the name of Henri Regnier. In preparation for the priesthood he studied theology and philosophy in Louvain. Under the influence of Calvin...
...Lewis, Richard, Sr. Mouse-Trap; or, The Battle of the Cambrians and Mice Rhapsody, A Mouse-Trap; or, The Battle of the Cambrians and Mice Lewis, Richard “Journey from Patapsco to Annapolis, A” Lewis, Richard “For Founding An Academy...
...Tennent, William, Sr. An important educator and Presbyterian minister in America, William Tennent was probably born in Scotland, but possibly in Ireland. He received his MA from the University of Edinburgh in July 1695. Upon graduation...
...Jennings, John John Jennings was born in Leicestershire, probably at West Langton. He died at Hinckley on 8 July 1723. After training under Timothy Jollie at Attercliffe Academy, Sheffield, he filled the vacancy left by his father (John...
...Presbyterian Alison, Francis minister, classical scholar, and educator, Francis Alison was born in 1705 in the county of Donegal, Ulster, Ireland. He began his formal education at the Royal Academy of Raphoe in Donegal County. A minor...
...Jardine, John John Jardine was born in Lochmaben, Dumfriesshire, and died in Edinburgh. A senior Scottish clergyman, he took his Doctorate of Divinity from St Andrews in 1758 and became dean of the Chapel Royal in 1761. A friend of Hume ,...
...Chapman, George George Chapman was born in Banffshire, Scotland, in August 1723 and died in Edinburgh on 22 February 1806. He attended the local grammar school and later went to King’s College, Aberdeen, graduating MA in 1741. (Aberdeen...