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Prince, Henry James (1811–1899), founder of the Agapemonites, was the youngest son of Thomas Prince (1745–1816), a West Indian plantation owner, formerly of Liverpool, and his wife, Mary Ann, née Stevens (1775–1847). Henry was born on 13 January 1811 at 5 Widcombe Crescent, Bath, Somerset...

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Smyth [formerly Smyth-Pigott], John Hugh (1852–1927), Agapemonite leader, was born at Brockley Court, near Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, on 1 August 1852, the third son of Henry Thomas Coward Smyth Pigott (1823–1858), formerly a captain in the Royal Scots Greys, and his wife, Elizabeth Drummond, ...