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Seymour, Alice (1857–1947), schoolteacher and expositor and publisher of the writings of Joanna Southcott, was born at 16 Wyndham Square in Plymouth, Devon, on 10 January 1857, the daughter of James Seymour (1814/15–1872), linen draper, and his wife, Lavinia, née Day (1824/5–1874). Her parents, who lived in ...

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Ward, John [called Zion Ward] (1781–1837), founder of the Shilohites, was born at the Cove of Cork in Ireland on 25 December 1781. Taken by his parents, who were strict Calvinists, to Bristol in July 1790, he was for three years apprenticed to a shipwright and fell into bad company. Following his father to ...

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Wroe, John (1782–1863), founder of the Christian Israelites, was the eldest son of Joseph Roe (or Wroe), who was probably the man who married Susannah Fernley in 1778. John was born in the Wroe farmstead in Rooley Lane, Bowling, Bradford, Yorkshire, on 19 September 1782, and baptized in ...