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Kelly, Herbert Hamilton (1860–1950), founder of the Society of the Sacred Mission and theologian, was born on 18 July 1860 at St James's vicarage, George Street, Manchester, the son of the Revd James Davenport Kelly (1829–1912) and his wife, Margaret Alice Eccles (1846–1912)...

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Mabot [Mabott], Richard (c. 1487–1539), cleric, was the son of John Mabot of Wold in Northamptonshire. He graduated BA at Cambridge University c.1508, which suggests that he was born in the late 1480s. Subsequently he proceeded MA (c.1510–11) and DD in 1520 at ...

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Marshall, Emily Esther (1832–1915), advocate of an ordained ministry for women and founder of an Anglican Franciscan third order, was born on 4 December 1832 at Upper Clapton, Hackney, Middlesex, the fourth of seven children, one son and six daughters, of Laurence Jopson Marshall (...

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Mason, (Frances) Agnes (1849–1941), founder of the Community of the Holy Family, was born at the parsonage, Laugharne township, Carmarthenshire, on 10 August 1849, the second daughter in the family of three daughters and four sons of George William Mason (1819–1891), justice of the peace and deputy lieutenant, of ...

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Monsell [née O'Brien], Harriet (1811–1883), founder of the Community of St John Baptist, Clewer, was seventh of the nine children of Sir Edward O'Brien, fourth baronet, of Dromoland in co. Clare, and his wife, Charlotte, née Smith, whose father was an attorney. She had three sisters and five brothers, one of whom was ...

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Harriet Monsell (1811–1883) by Sir Frederic William Burton private collection

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Potter, George (1887–1960), Church of England clergyman and religious superior, was born at 6 Park Terrace, Cavendish Road, Clapham, London, on 13 April 1887, the youngest of five children of George Potter, railway clerk, and his wife, Eliza Jeannette Fairey (1842?–1924). He was brought up by his mother after the early death of his father, and was educated at ...

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Raynes, Richard Elliott [name in religion Raymond] (1903–1958), Church of England clergyman and religious superior, was born at 46 Avonmore Road, West Kensington, on 6 February 1903, the youngest of the four sons (and one daughter) of the Revd Herbert Alfred Raynes (1862–1933)...

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Sellon, (Priscilla) Lydia (1821–1876), founder of the Society of the Most Holy Trinity, was born on 21 March 1821 in Hampstead, Middlesex, but brought up at the family country house, Port-y-seal, in Grosmont, Monmouthshire. Her father, William Richard Baker Smith (1791–1860), son of ...

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Talbot, Edward Keble (1877–1949), Church of England clergyman and religious superior, was born on 31 December 1877 in the Warden's House, Keble College, Oxford, the second child and eldest of the three sons of Edward Stuart Talbot (1844–1934), first warden of Keble and afterwards bishop successively of ...