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...Wesley, JohnHartley, Thomas Thomas Hartley was born in London and died in East Malling, Kent on 10 December 1784. The son of a London bookseller, he was educated at St John’s College, Cambridge, graduating BA in 1728 and MA in 1745. In 1744...
...Karl Heinrich von Gleichen was born in Remmersdorf (Franconia) on 27 November 1733 and died on 5 April 1807. He was the only son of the forestry superintendent of the margrave of Bayreuth, Ernst von Gleichen, and his wife Cordula Barbara...
...(Johann) Michael Hahn was born on 2 February 1758, the oldest son of a farmer in Altdorf near Böblingen (Württemberg), and died on 20 January 1819. Despite having little formal education, the bright and sensitive Hahn studied intensively...
...Davis, Andrew Jackson Spiritualist, author, and editor, Andrew Jackson Davis was born in Blooming Grove in Orange County, New York on 11 August 1826, and grew up in nearby Hyde Park and Poughkeepsie. In his autobiography, The Magic Staff...
...Pordage, John John Pordage was born in London in April 1607 and died there in December 1681. He was educated at Pembroke College, Oxford, graduating BA in 1626. He studied medicine at Leiden and later styled himself ‘M.D.’, although...
...Eddy, Mary Baker Mary Baker Eddy, founder of the First Church of Christ Scientist, popularly known as Christian Science, was born on 16 July 1821 in Bow, New Hampshire, and died on 3 December 1910 in Pleasant View, near Concord, New...
...Yeats, William Butler William Butler Yeats (1865–1939) was born in Sandymount Avenue, Dublin on 13 June 1865 and died in Monaco on 28 January 1939. While still an infant he accompanied his mother to London where his father, John Butler...
...Besant, Annie Annie Besant was born in London on 1 October 1847 and died in Adyar, Madras, India on 20 September 1933. She was the second child of William Burton Persse Wood, a physician, and his wife, Emily (Morris). Wood died when Annie...
...Dee, John John Dee was born in London on 13 July 1527 and died in Mortlake, Surrey in 1608 or 1609. The son of Rowland Dee, a mercer in the employ of Henry VIII, he studied at Chelmsford Grammar School and at St John’s College, Cambridge...
...Johann Chistian Edelmann gained fame as a radical pietist, as well as a hermetic and Enlightenment theologian. He was descended from an impoverished family of musicians, and was born in Weißenfels (Sachsen-Anhalt) on 9 or 19 July 1698. He...