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...Goor, Arnoldus, van Arnoldus van Goor was born in Moers, Germany, in 1607 and died in his native county some time after 1665. He studied philosophy and theology in Germany (Helmstedt and Bremen, 1624–6), The Netherlands ( Franeker...
...Thiell, Cornelius van Cornelius van Thiel(l), or Latinized à Thiell, was born at Harderwijk, University of Harderwijk in about 1625. According to Bouman his father – or brother – was Gerardus van Thiell, who received permission to lecture...
...Cole, Thomas Thomas Cole was born in London and died there on 16 September 1697. He was educated at Westminster School and Christ Church, Oxford, graduating BA in 1649 and MA in 1651. He became Principal of St Mary Hall in 1656. He...
...Locke, John Milner, John John Milner was born near Halifax in Yorkshire and baptized on 10 February 1628. He died in Cambridge on 16 February 1702. He entered Christ’s College, Cambridge in 1642, but left without getting a degree. His...
...Til, Salomon van Salomon van Til was born in Weesp on 26 December 1643. He was a son of Jan van Til, a distiller, and Barbara le Grand. In the early 1660s he studied theology with G. Voetius and F. Burman I at the Leiden, University...
...Hog, James James Hog was born in Larbert, Stirlingshire, and died probably at Carnock, Fifeshire. A Church of Scotland clergyman with strongly conservative views, he refused to take the Oath of Allegiance in 1693. He wrote a number...
...Woolston, Thomas Thomas Woolston was born at Northampton and died in London on 27 January 1733. He was educated at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge (BA, 1689; MA, 1692; BD, 1699). He was a Fellow of the College until 1724. He concentrated...
...King, Peter Peter King was born in Exeter and died at his seat at Ockham, Surrey on 22 July 1734. His father, Jerome, was a grocer and dry-salter. His mother, Anne, was a cousin of John Locke , his maternal grandfather, also Peter, being...
...Rogers, John John Rogers was born in Eynsham, Oxfordshire and died in London. He was educated at New College School and Corpus Christi College, Oxford (BA, 1697; MA, 1700; BD, 1710). A controversialist clergyman, he became Sub-Dean of Wells...
...Lardner, Nathaniel Nathaniel Lardner was born at Hawkhurst, Kent on 6 June 1684 and died there on 24 July 1768. He was educated initially at the dissenting academy in Hoxton Square under Joshua Oldfield Oldfield, Joshua . From 1699 he...