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Cave, William (1637–1713), Church of England clergyman and patristic scholar, was born on 30 December 1637 at Pickwell in Leicestershire, where his father, John Cave (d. 1657), was rector of the parish. John Cave remained a staunch royalist during the civil war, and as a result was expelled from his parish and home for a time, with his wife, ...

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Cross, Frank Leslie (1900–1968), Church of England clergyman and patristic scholar, was born on 22 January 1900 at home in the High Street, Honiton, Devon, the eldest of three children of Herbert Francis Cross (1868–1957), a pharmacist, and his wife, Louisa Georgina (1869–1946)...

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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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Field, Frederick (1801–1885), patristics scholar, was born in London on 20 July 1801, one of eight surviving children of Henry Field (1755–1837), an apothecary, and his wife, Esther, née Barron (d. 1834), of Woolacre House, near Deptford. Barron Field, the chief justice of ...

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Grabe, John Ernest (1666–1711), patristic and biblical scholar, was born at Königsberg, east Prussia, on 30 June/10 July 1666, the son of Martin Sylvester Grabe (1627–1686), professor of theology and history at the University of Königsberg, and Sophia Behmen (d. after 1686)...

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Kelly, John Norman Davidson (1909–1997), patristic scholar and college head, was born on 13 April 1909 at Bridge of Allan, Perthshire, the fourth of the five children of John Davidson Kelly (1861–1928), schoolmaster, and his wife, Ann (1875–1937), daughter of John Barnes JP...

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Nathaniel Lardner (1684–1768) by Thomas Kitchin, pubd 1769 (after unknown artist, c. 1713–23) © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Lardner, Nathaniel (1684–1768), Presbyterian minister and patristic scholar, was born at the Hall House, Hawkhurst, Kent, on 6 June 1684, the elder son of Richard Lardner (1653–1740). He also had a sister, Elizabeth. His father, who was grandson of Thomas Lardner, a cordwainer at ...

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Souter, Alexander (1873–1949), patristic scholar and lexicographer, was born at Croft Park, Perth, on 14 August 1873, the eldest of four sons and two daughters of Alexander Souter (d. in or after 1899) and his wife, Elsie Cruickshank (d. in or after 1899)...