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Bulger, James Patrick (1990–1993), murder victim, was born in Liverpool on 16 March 1990, the first child of Ralph S. Bulger (b. 1964) and his wife, Denise Matthews (b. 1965). A younger brother was born after his death, and his parents separated in 1994. The family lived in ...

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Darwin, William Erasmus (1839–1914), subject of a study in child psychology, was born on 27 December 1839 at 12 Upper Gower Street, London, and baptized at St Peter's Church, Maer, Staffordshire, on 23 June 1840. He was the first of the ten children of ...

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Edward V (1470–1483), king of England and lord of Ireland, the eldest son of Edward IV (1442–1483) and his queen, Elizabeth (c. 1437–1492), was born in Westminster sanctuary on 2 November 1470, during his father's exile and the readeption of Henry VI. He was baptized in the abbey, the abbot and prior of ...

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Edward [Edward of Middleham], prince of Wales (1474x6–1484), was the first-born and probably only son of Richard, duke of Gloucester (the future Richard III), and his wife, Anne Neville (1456–1485). While the place of his birth is recorded by John Rous (...

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Hugh of Lincoln [St Hugh of Lincoln, Little St Hugh] (c. 1246–1255), supposed victim of crucifixion, was the son of Beatrice of Lincoln. He is known as Little St Hugh to distinguish him from St Hugh, bishop of Lincoln (1140?–1200). His death, in all probability accidental, and most likely on 27 August 1255, was the catalyst for the accusation of ritual murder aimed at the Jewish community of ...

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Richard, duke of York and duke of Norfolk (1473–1483), prince, the second son of Edward IV and his queen, Elizabeth Woodville, was born at Shrewsbury on 17 August 1473. He was created duke of York on 28 May 1474, and knighted on 18 April 1475. He and his elder brother were made knights of the Garter a month later, on 15 May. His landed endowment was under consideration in the same year, and in March 1475 land formerly belonging to the ...

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Robert Sheffield, marquess of Normanby (1711–1715) by unknown artist, 1721? © Dean and Chapter of Westminster

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Sheffield, Robert, marquess of Normanby (1711–1715), subject of a memorial effigy, was born on 11 December 1711, probably at Buckingham House (now Buckingham Palace), Westminster, the second son of John Sheffield, first duke of Buckingham and Normanby (1647–1721), and his third wife, Katherine, ...

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William, Prince, duke of Gloucester (1689–1700), was born on 24 July 1689 at Hampton Court, Middlesex, the third child and eldest son of Anne (1665–1714), later queen of Great Britain and Ireland, and her husband, George, prince of Denmark and duke of Cumberland...

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Withers, William (bap. 1568, d. 1647), child prophet and Church of England clergyman, was baptized in the Suffolk town of Walsham-le-Willows on 4 April 1568, the second son of eight children of William Withers (d. 1617), a relatively prosperous yeoman whose ancestors had been tenant farmers of the manor of ...