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Aggrey, James Emman Kwegyir (1875–1927), pastor and educationist, was born at Anomabu, Gold Coast, on 18 October 1875, the son of Kodwo Kwegyir Aggrey, a gold assayer and official at the court of the Fanti chiefdom of Anomabu, and his wife, Abena Andua...

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Alexander Gordon

revised by L. E. Lauer

Angus, Joseph (1816–1902), Baptist minister and educationist, was born on 16 January 1816 at Bolam, Northumberland, the only son of John Angus, a farmer and later a leather merchant, and his wife, Elizabeth Wanless. His first schooling was at the free grammar school, Newcastle...

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Barry, Alfred (1826–1910), Anglican bishop of Sydney and educationist, was born at Ely Place, Holborn, London, on 15 January 1826, the second son of Sir Charles Barry (1795–1860), architect, whose Life and Works he published in 1867, and elder brother of Edward Middleton Barry...

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Beard, John Relly (1800–1876), Unitarian minister and educationist, was born on 4 August 1800 at 24 Charlotte Row, Landport, Portsmouth, the eldest of the nine children of John Beard (1775–1831) and his wife, Ann Paine (1777/8–1864). His father was a small tradesman and the family lived in comparative poverty. This, combined with his father's religious evolution out of a rigid Calvinism, helped to make ...

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Andrew Bell (1753–1832) by Charles Turner, pubd 1825 (after William Owen) ? National Portrait Gallery, London

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Bell, Andrew (1753–1832), Church of England clergyman and educationist, was born on 27 March 1753 in South Street, St Andrews, the second son of baillie Alexander Bell (d. 1789) and his wife, Margaret Robertson. His father, who was talented and well-educated, figured prominently in the community; by trade a wig-maker, he was also assistant at ...

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Bennett, Joyce Mary (1923–2015), educationist and Anglican priest, was born at 28 James Street, Marylebone, London, on 22 April 1923, the daughter of Frank Bennett (1890–1981), master butcher, and his wife, Edith Mary (Edie), née Stevens (1890–1976). Her parents had married in ...

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Biscoe, Cecil Earle Tyndale- (1863–1949), missionary and educationist, was born on 9 February 1863 at Holton Park, Wheatley, Oxfordshire, the son of William Earle Tyndale (1813–1895), a landowner, and his wife, Elizabeth Carey (d. 1891), daughter of Albert Glass Sandeman, founder of ...

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Carlile, James (1784–1854), minister of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland and educationist, was born on 5 February 1784 at Paisley, the son of James Carlile, a merchant and magistrate; his mother died in 1800. He was educated at Paisley grammar school, and after a brief business career in ...

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Charles, David (1812–1878), Calvinistic Methodist minister and educationist, was born on 23 July 1812 in Bala, the fourth in the family of three daughters and two sons of Thomas Rice Charles (d. 1819), a linen draper, and his wife, Maria, née Jones...

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J. E. G. de Montmorency

revised by M. C. Curthoys

Cleworth, Thomas Ebenezer (1854–1909), religious educationist, eldest survivor of the seven sons and five daughters of Enoch Cleworth of Tyldesley, near Manchester, and Mary Sykes of Heywood, was born at Westminster on 2 April 1854, his father at that date being a London...

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Johannes Amos Comenius (1592–1670) by Wenceslaus Hollar, 1652 ? Copyright The British Museum

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Comenius, Johannes Amos [Jan Amos Komensky] (1592–1670), theologian and educationist, was born on 28 March 1592, the only son of Martin Sege? Komensky (d. 1602), a burgher in Uhersky Brod, and his wife, Anna (d. 1603). Comenius was born in Moravia...

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Corcoran, Timothy Joseph (1872–1943), Roman Catholic priest and educationist, was born at Honeymount, near Roscrea, co. Tipperary, Ireland, on 17 January 1872, the first of seven children, five boys and two girls, born to Thomas Corcoran (1848–1922) and his wife, Alice Gleeson (1846–1911)...

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Cramp, John Mockett (1796–1881), Baptist minister and educationist, was the son of the Revd Thomas Cramp (1768/9–1851) and his wife, Rebecca Gouger. He was born on 25 July 1796 at St Peter's, Isle of Thanet, and was educated from 1814 to 1817 at ...

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Daniel, Evan (1837–1904), Church of England clergyman, educationist, and author, born at Pontypool on 4 September 1837, was the second son of Evan Daniel of Pontypool, builder and architect, and his wife, Sarah Beach. After education at the national school, Pontypool, he entered ...

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Dawes, Richard (bap. 1793, d. 1867), dean of Hereford and educationist, was baptized on 13 April 1793 at Hawes in Yorkshire, the son of James Dawes, who farmed an estate at Hawes, and his wife, Isabella. He had at least three younger brothers. He was educated at the school of the blind Quaker mathematician ...

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Donaldson, Sir James (1831–1915), educationist and classical and patristic scholar, was born in the Aberdeen area on 26 April 1831, son of James Donaldson (of whom nothing certain is known) and Christina McKay (subsequently married in 1849 to William Hannan, a widower). He was educated from 1842 at ...

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Doudney, David Alfred (1811–1893), Church of England clergyman and educationist, was born on 8 March 1811 at 386 Mile End Terrace, Portsea, son of John Doudney (d. 1834), tallow chandler, and his wife, Sarah (d. 1838). Details of his education are unknown, but it was probably minimal. At the age of thirteen he was apprenticed to a printer at ...

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Doyle, James Warren (1786–1834), Roman Catholic bishop of Kildare and Leighlin, political controversialist, and educationist, was born in September 1786 in New Ross, co. Wexford, the last of four children of James Doyle, a farmer, and his second wife, Anne Warren.

Doyle was educated by the Augustinians in ...