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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...
...Layton, Henry Henry Layton died at Rawden in the West Riding of Yorkshire, on 18 October 1705. He was educated at Oxford. He then studied law at Gray’s Inn, although he ‘made no other use of his profession’, we are told, ‘than to do good...
...Flavel, John (1630?–91) John Flavel was born in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire around 1630 and died in Exeter on 26 June 1691. He was educated at University College, Oxford, where he had a reputation as a diligent student, although he appears...
...Locke, John Broughton, John John Broughton graduated BA from Christ’s College, Cambridge in 1694, receiving his DD in 1716. In 1703 he became chaplain to the Duke of Marlborough; in 1712, the vicar of Kingston-upon-Thames. He...
...Baxter, Andrew Andrew Baxter was born in Aberdeen and died at Whittingham near Edinburgh on 23 April 1750. He was educated in his native city at King’s College. His father was a merchant, but Baxter appears to have maintained himself...
...Petvin, John John Petvin was born at Haslebury, near Pluckett, Somerset, and baptized on 26 December 1691. He died at Ashburton and was buried there on 12 October 1745. He attended Crewkerne School and was taught by a Mr Leaves. Later, he...
...Perronet, Vincent Vincent Perronet was born in London on 11 December 1693 and died at Shoreham, West Sussex on 9 May 1785. Educated at Queen’s College, Oxford (BA, 1718) and Corpus Christi, Cambridge (MA, 1724), Perronet took holy orders...
...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...
...Nicholas Robinson was born in Wales and died in London on 13 May 1775. Like many physicians of the early eighteenth century, he received his MD from the University of Rheims; after practising without a licence for about nine years he became...