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...Prideaux, John John Prideaux was born in Stowford, Derbyshire on 17 September 1578 and died in Worcester on 29 July 1650. He came from a poor family: it was only by the assistance of a wealthy patroness, Lady Fowel, that he was sent in 1596...
...Balen, Petrus van Cocceius (Coccejus), Johannes Petrus van Balen, born in 1643 in Utrecht, University of Utrecht, studied theology at the University of Utrecht and was appointed as a Reformed preacher to the Dutch Embassy in Madrid. He...
...Lynden, Josina Carolina van Josina Carolina van Lynden was born in the province of Gelderland in 1715. Very few facts about her life are known, except that she was married to Adriaan Buurt (1711–85), a clergyman who came from the same area....
...Bosanquet, Samuel Samuel Bosanquet was born in London on 1 April 1800 and died at his family seat, Dingestow Court, Monmouthshire on 27 December 1882. Educated at Eton and Christ Church, Oxford (BA 1822, MA 1829), he was called to the Bar...
...Shedden, Thomas Thomas Shedden was born in Glasgow and died in London. After an education at Peterhouse, Cambridge, he was admitted to the Inner Temple in 1845, although he was not called to the Bar until twenty-three years later...
...Stebbing, William William Stebbing was born in Clerkenwell in London, the son of a clergyman. He was educated at Worcester College, Oxford, where he graduated MA in 1856, and where he held a Fellowship for the next fifteen years. Stebbing...
...MacColl, Hugh Hugh MacColl was born in Strontian, Argyllshire on 11 or 12 January 1837 and died in Boulogne–sur–Mer on 27 December 1909. Little is known about his scholarly education in Scotland, even less about his professional formation...
...Powel, Griffith Griffith Powel was born in Llan Sawel, Carmarthenshire and died in Oxford. Little is known of the life of this early Welsh logician. We know that he entered Jesus College, Oxford in 1581, graduating BA in 1584...
...Smith, Samuel Samuel Smith was born in Lincolnshire and died in Oxford on 17 June 1620. He entered Magdalen Hall, Oxford as a commoner in 1604. Smith became a Fellow of Magdalen College in 1608, and graduated BA (1609), MA (1612) and MB...
...Flavel, John (1596–1617) John Flavel was born in Bishop’s Lydeard, Somerset and died in Oxford on 10 November 1617. The son of a clergyman, he matriculated in January 1611 at Trinity College, Oxford. Flavel became one of the first scholars...