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Austen, Ralph (c. 1612–1676), horticulturist and religious radical, was born into a yeoman family in Leek, Staffordshire; his mother was a cousin of Henry Ireton, the parliamentary leader, a connection Austen repeatedly stressed in his attempts to gain offices or land grants. Austen...

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Daniel, Henry (fl. 1379), Dominican friar and horticulturist, was skilled in the medical and natural science of his time. His surviving works include a treatise on diagnosis from urinoscopy, De judiciis urinarum, based on the work of Ysaac Judaeus (d. c.955)...

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D'Ombrain, Henry Honywood (1818–1905), Church of England clergyman and gardener, was born in Ebury Street, Pimlico, London, on 10 May 1818, the son of Admiral Sir James D'Ombrain (1793–1871), inspector-general of the Coast Guard in Ireland from 1819 to 1849, for which he was knighted in 1844, and his wife, ...

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Ellacombe, Henry Nicholson (1822–1916), Church of England clergyman and gardener, was born at the vicarage, Bitton, Gloucestershire, on 18 February 1822, the only son among the six children of Henry Thomas Ellacombe (1790–1885), vicar of Bitton, and his first wife, Ann, née Nicholson (...

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William Hanbury (1725–1778) by Richard Earlom (after Edward Penny) ? National Portrait Gallery, London

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Hanbury, William (1725–1778), Church of England clergyman and horticulturist, was born at Bedworth, Warwickshire, on 26 September 1725 and baptized there on 10 October, the son of William Hanbury (d. 1750) of that parish and later of Foleshill and his wife, Ann, ...

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Hole, Samuel Reynolds (1819–1904), dean of Rochester and horticulturist, born at Ardwick, near Manchester (where his father was then in the cotton business), on 5 December 1819, was the only son of Samuel Hole (1778–1868) of Caunton Manor, Nottinghamshire, and his wife, Mary (...

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Lawson, William (1553/4–1635), writer on gardening and Church of England clergyman, was probably a member of the extensive northern English gentry family of Lawson, but his parents' names are not known. He was ordained deacon in 1580, and became vicar of Ormesby, near ...

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Tyso, Joseph (1774–1852), Baptist minister and plantsman, was probably born in Bedfordshire. Nothing is known about his parents and early life. In 1798 he was baptized with thirteen other individuals by the Revd Stephens at Colchester where he resided, and assisted in the proclamation of the gospel. The following year he entered the ...

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Wilks, William (1843–1923), Church of England clergyman and gardener, was born at North Street, Ashford, Kent, on 19 October 1843, the youngest child of George Frederick Wilks (1810/11–1879), surgeon, and his wife, Elizabeth, née Philpott (1816/17–1884). Expected, like his elder brother George Wilks (1840–1919)...