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Hooper, Anne [née de Tscerlas] (d. 1555), protestant exile, is of obscure origins. Little is known about her parentage or early life, though several sources confirm that she was born into a noble family from the Low Countries, near Antwerp. Anne had at least one sister (later the wife of the French reformer ...

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Kennedy [née Walker], Margaret Stephen (1814–1891), missionary in India, was born in Aberdeen on 18 January 1814, the youngest of at least four daughters of John Walker (c.1780–c.1860), a prosperous businessman whose enterprises failed in the 1830s, making it necessary for ...

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Maillard [married name Briel], Marie (1680–1731), beneficiary of miraculous healing, was born in Cognac, St Ouge, France, on 25 September 1680. A Huguenot, in 1689 she escaped from persecution in France with her parents, John Maillard, a sword-cutler, and Charlotte du Dognon...