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...Fearn, John About John Fearn’s life and education not much is known. According to the Dictionary of National Biography, he started devoting himself primarily to philosophy after his retirement from the Royal Navy, but no source is given...
...Maher, Michael Michael Maher was born in Leighlinbridge, Co. Carlow on 29 April 1860 and died at Petworth, Sussex on 3 September 1918. After receiving a BA at Tullabeg, he joined the Society of Jesus in 1880. Until 1885, he studied...
...Clayton, Robert Robert Clayton was born in Dublin and died on 26 February 1758. He was educated at Westminster School in London and then at Trinity College, Dublin, where he took his BA, becoming a Fellow in 1714 and a Doctor of Divinity...
...Gregory, John John Gregory was born on 3 June 1724 in Aberdeen and died on 9 February 1773. He received his early education at King’s College, Aberdeen (1736–40). He studied medicine at the Universities of Edinburgh (1741–5) and Leyden...
...Cogan, Thomas Thomas Cogan was born in Rothwell, Northamptonshire on 8 February 1736 and died in London on 2 February 1818. He received his early education at Kibworth, in Leicestershire, and his preparation for the dissenting ministry...
...Hoppus, John John Hoppus was born in London and died in Yardley Hastings, Northamptonshire on 29 January 1875. He was educated at Rotherham Independent College and studied at Edinburgh University under Stewart Stewart, Dugald and Ritchie...
...Newnham, William William Newnham was born in Farnham, Surrey on 1 November 1790 and died in Tunbridge Wells on 24 October 1865. He studied medicine at Guy’s Hospital in London, and in Paris, before settling in Farnham as a general medical...
...Fiske, Nathan Welby Nathan Welby Fiske was born in Weston, Massachusetts on 17 April 1798. He attended Dartmouth College, where a classmate was Marsh, James James Marsh , and he received his BA degree in 1817. He was a tutor at Dartmouth...
...Dunn, Robert Robert Dunn died in London on 4 November 1877. His medical education took place at Guy’s and St Thomas’s Hospitals. In 1825 he became licentiate of the Society of Apothecaries. Three years later he was admitted to membership...
...Gaskell, John Born in Didsbury, near Manchester, England on 17 August 1804, John Gaskell attended school long enough to receive what long-time friend and editor J. W. Huff considered as “the rudiments of a fair English education.” Upon...