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...Bigg, Charles Charles Bigg was born in Higher Broughton near Manchester on 12 September 1840, the son of a merchant, and died in Oxford on 15 July 1908. He was educated at Manchester Grammar School and Corpus Christi College, Oxford. After...
...Mackay, Donald Sage Donald S. Mackay was born on 8 September 1892 in St. Albans, Vermont, to Donald Sage Mackay and Helen Smith Mackay. His father was a distinguished clergyman in New York who had emigrated from Glasgow, Scotland. Mackay...
...Archer-Hind, Richard Dacre Jackson, Henry Richard Dacre Archer-Hind (the original family name was Hodgson; it was changed through testamentary requirements in 1869), scion of a wealthy Northumbrian family, was born near Norham...
...Jackson, Thomas Thomas Jackson was born in Whitton-le-Whear, County Durham in December 1579. He died on 21 September 1640. Jackson went up to Oxford in 1595, first to Queen’s College, where Richard Crakanthorpe Crakanthorpe, Richard was his...
...Scougal, Henry Henry Scougal was born in Leuchars, Fife and died of consumption in Aberdeen. He was buried in King’s College chapel and his memorial is now affixed to the Cromwell Tower outside the chapel. The son of Patrick Scougal...
...Alcott, Louisa May Alcott, Amos Bronson Amos Bronson Alcott was born on 29 November 1799, in rural poverty at Spindle Hill near Wolcott, Connecticut. Alcott had little schooling, but became known as one of the major leaders of American...
...Everard, John Little is known about John Everard’s origins, but we do know that he was educated at Clare College, Cambridge, receiving his BA in 1600, his MA in 1607 and his DD in 1619. Some time before 1618 he became reader at St Martins...
...see Archer-Hind...
...Worthington, John John Worthington was born in Manchester in February 1618. In March 1632 he entered Emmanuel College, Cambridge, as sizar, proceeding BA in 1635 and MA in 1639. His tutors were Benjamin Whichcote Whichcote, Benjamin and,...
...Gale, Theophilus Theophilus Gale was born in Kingsteignton, Devonshire and was educated at Magdalen Hall, Oxford, where he was appointed Fellow in 1650. He lost his post at the Restoration. Thereafter he worked as a private tutor...