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W. B. Owen

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Bendall, Cecil (1856–1906), Sanskritist, was born on 1 July 1856 in Islington, London, the youngest son in a family of six sons and three daughters of Robert Smith Bendall (d. 1863/4), a tradesman in London, and his wife, Elizabeth Kay, daughter of ...

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Burnell, Arthur Coke (1840–1882), Sanskritist and expert on southern Indian language and literature, was born at St Briavels, Gloucestershire, on 11 July 1840, the eldest son of Arthur Burnell, of the East India Company's marine service and great-nephew of Sir W. Coke, chief justice of ...

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Griffith, Ralph Thomas Hotchkin (1826–1906), Sanskritist and translator, born at Corsley, Wiltshire, on 25 May 1826, was the son of Robert Clavey Griffith (1792–1844), rector of Corsley (1815–44) and of Fifield Bavant, also in Wiltshire (1825–44), and his wife, Mary Elizabeth Adderly, daughter of ...

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Keith, Arthur Berriedale (1879–1944), Sanskritist and jurist, was born on 5 April 1879 at 3 Abercorn Terrace, Portobello, Edinburgh, the fourth of six talented children and the third son of Davidson Keith (1842–1921), advertising agent, and Margaret Stobie Keith, née Drysdale (1851–1911). His father came from a ...

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Kennedy, Vans (1783–1846), army officer and Sanskrit and Persian scholar, was born at Pinmore in the parish of Ayr, Scotland, the youngest son of Robert Kennedy of Pinmore and his wife, Robina, daughter of John Vans of Barnbarroch, Wigtownshire, who on marrying his cousin assumed the name of ...

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Krishnavarma, Shyamji (1857–1930), Sanskrit scholar and Indian nationalist, was born on 30 October 1857 in the town of Mandvi in the Kutch district of western Gujarat, the son of a cotton press labourer, Karsan Nakhua, and his wife, Gomatibai, of the Bhanushali community. After his mother's death in 1868 he was brought up by his grandmother, and was educated to high school level in ...

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F. W. Thomas

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Macdonell, Arthur Anthony (1854–1930), Sanskritist, was born on 11 May 1854 at Muzaffarpur in Tirhut, north Bihar, India, the elder son of Colonel Alexander Anthony Macdonell (1822–1870), of the 40th Bengal native infantry, and his wife, Margaret Jane Lachlan (b. 1831), of the ...

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Muir, John (1810–1882), Sanskritist, was born at Glasgow on 5 February 1810, the eldest son of William Muir (1783–1820), a merchant of Kilmarnock and magistrate of Glasgow, and his wife, Helen Macfie (1784–1866). He was an elder brother of the Indian administrator and principal of ...

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Friedrich Max Müller (1823–1900) by George Frederic Watts, 1894–5 ? National Portrait Gallery, London

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Müller, Friedrich Max (1823–1900), Sanskritist and philologist, was born on 6 December 1823 in Dessau, the capital of the small duchy of Anhalt-Dessau in Germany, the only son of the popular lyric poet Willhelm Müller (1794–1827), and his wife, Adelheid (1799?–1883), elder daughter of ...

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Cecil Bendall

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Peterson, Peter (1847–1899), Sanskritist, was born in Edinburgh on 12 January 1847, the son of John Peterson, merchant of Leith, and Grace Montford Anderson. Sir William Peterson, classical scholar and educationist, was his brother. His father and grandfather were natives of Shetland, and hence ...

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Radhakanta Sarman (d. 1803), pandit, was born in the early eighteenth century in a Bengali Brahman family of modest means. His father died at the age of 100, his mother at eighty on the funeral pyre of her husband. Radhakanta received a traditional Sanskrit education as a student of the famed ...

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T. Burrow

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Rapson, Edward James (1861–1937), Sanskritist, was born at Leicester on 12 May 1861, the son of Edward Rapson, who later opened a school at Ledbury and afterwards became vicar of West Bradley, Somerset. His mother was Eleanor McArdle from co. Dublin. He was educated at ...

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(Caroline) Mary Ridding (1862–1941) by unknown photographer [front right, with the Girton students of the year 1883] The Mistress and Fellows, Girton College, Cambridge

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Ridding, (Caroline) Mary (1862–1941), Sanskrit and Pali scholar, was born on 30 August 1862 in Meriden, Warwickshire, the daughter of William Ridding (1830–1900), vicar of Meriden, who had been a notable cricketer, and his wife, Caroline Selina Caldecott. Her uncle was George Ridding...

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Stanley Lane-Poole

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Rosen, Friedrich August (1805–1837), Sanskritist, son of Friedrich Ballhorn Rosen, a legal writer, was born at Hanover on 2 September 1805. His early education was conducted at the G?ttingen Gymnasium, and in 1822 he entered the University of Leipzig, where he abandoned law in favour of oriental studies. Resolving to devote himself especially to Sanskrit, he moved to ...

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Vidyasagar, Iswarchandra (1820–1891), social reformer and Sanskrit scholar, the eldest son of Thakurdas Bandyopadhyay and Bhagavati Devi, was born on 26 September 1820 in the village of Birsimha, Midnapore district, Bengal. The name Vidyasagar is actually an academic title, conferred on him in 1839 when he passed the examination in Hindu law from ...

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Wilson, Horace Hayman (1786–1860), Sanskritist, was born on 26 September 1786, in London, the elder son of George Paterson jun. (1761–1831) and a Miss Woolston (later changed to Wilson). Paterson was employed as deputy accountant-general of the East India Company. Wilson was the father of three sons from two liaisons (with an Indian woman during his early years in ...