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Adams, John (1750?–1814), schoolmaster and educational writer, was born in Aberdeen. He was educated at Aberdeen University and may have been the John Adams who graduated MA from King's College in 1768. After obtaining a preaching licence he travelled to London, where he was appointed minister of the Scottish church in ...

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Alexander, Louis George (1932–2002), language teacher and author, was born Elias George Ftyaras on 15 January 1932 at 116 Sutherland Avenue, Maida Vale, London, the son of George Elias Ftyaras (b. c.1909), a Greek doctor who settled permanently in England, and his wife, ...

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Arnold, Thomas Kerchever (bap. 1800, d. 1853), educational writer and theologian, was born at Stamford, Lincolnshire, where he was baptized on 6 March 1800, the son of Thomas Graham Arnold (1769/70–1855), a doctor of medicine, and his wife, Elizabeth. He was the grandson of ...

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Barnard, Howard Clive (1884–1985), educational historian, was born on 7 June 1884 at 11 King Edward Street in the heart of the City of London, the only child of Howard Barnard, journalist, and his wife, Sarah Ann Haggis. During the eighteenth century his ancestors established a firm of silversmiths in the ...

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Alexander Gordon

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Barwell [née Bacon], Louisa Mary (1800–1885), writer on education, was born in the parish of St Peter Mancroft, Norwich, on 4 March 1800, the eldest daughter of Richard Mackenzie Bacon (1776–1844), journalist, inventor, and writer on music, and his wife, Jane Louisa, ...

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Bigland, John (1750–1832), schoolmaster and educational writer, was born at Skirlaugh in Holderness, Yorkshire, of poor parents. At the age of one he went to live with his grandparents. He quickly learned to read under his grandmother's tuition and reputedly was able to read the entire ...

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Thompson Cooper

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Bourn, Thomas (1771–1832), schoolteacher and educational writer, was born in Hackney, Middlesex, on 19 April 1771, and was educated at a private school in Well Street. He became a teacher at the school of the Revd S. Palmer until 1791 when he became a teacher of writing and geography in the private girls' schools run by ...

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Sidney Lee

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Brasse [Brass], John (bap. 1787, d. 1833), educational writer, was baptized at Richmond, Yorkshire, on 26 March 1787, the son of George Brass (1759–1827), a stonemason and sexton, of Richmond, Yorkshire, and his wife, Jane, née Tutin (1762–1832). Lame from birth, he was nominated to a foundationer's place at ...

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Brinsley, John (bap. 1566, d. in or after 1624), schoolmaster and writer on education, was baptized at Belton, Lincolnshire, on 8 December 1566; details of his parents are unknown. He matriculated as a sizar from Christ's College, Cambridge, in March 1581, and graduated BA in 1585 and MA in 1588. He was curate at ...

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Bristed, Charles Astor (1820–1874), literary critic and writer on English university life, was born in New York on 6 October 1820, the son of John Bristed (1778–1855), an English-born clergyman in the protestant Episcopalian church in the USA and a prolific author, and his wife, ...