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Carson, Alexander (1776–1844), Baptist minister, was born at Annahone, near Stewartstown, co. Tyrone, the eldest son of William Carson, a Scottish Presbyterian who had settled in Ireland. As preparation for the Presbyterian ministry he was educated in a classical school taught by a ...

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Coppe, Abiezer (1619–1672?), Baptist preacher and Ranter, was born on Sunday 30 May 1619, and baptized on 1 June at St Mary's, Warwick, the eldest known child of Walter Coppe (b. 1593, d. in or after 1667), who was probably a literate artisan, perhaps working with animal hides. After the Restoration ...

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Fawcett, John (1740–1817), Particular Baptist minister and theological writer, was born on 6 January 1740 at Lidget Green, near Bradford, the son of Stephen Fawcett (c.1702–c.1751), who died of a fever in his fiftieth year, leaving a widow and a numerous family. ...

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Haldane, James Alexander (1768–1851), Baptist minister and author, was born on 14 July 1768 at Dundee, the younger and posthumous son of Captain James Haldane (1728–1768) of Airthrey estate, Stirlingshire, and Katherine Duncan (d. 1774) of Lundie, Forfarshire. Brought up by his grandmother, ...

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Haldane, Robert (1764–1842), theological writer and evangelical patron, was born on 28 February 1764 in Queen Anne Street, Cavendish Square, London, elder son of Captain James Haldane (1728–1768), heir to Airthrey estate, Stirlingshire, and Katherine Duncan (d. 1774) of Lundie near Dundee...

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Spurgeon, Charles Haddon (1834–1892), Baptist preacher and religious writer, was born on 19 June 1834 at Kelvedon, Essex, the eldest of seventeen children, eight surviving, of John Spurgeon (1810–1902), clerk to a coal and shipping firm and lay preacher, later an Independent minister, and his wife, ...

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Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834–1892) by London Stereoscopic Co. © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Thomas, Joshua (1719–1797), Particular Baptist minister and historian, was born on 22 February 1719 at Tŷ-hen, Caeo, Carmarthenshire, the eldest son of Thomas Morgan (c.1690–1760), carpenter, and his wife, Jane Hughes (b. c.1689). After a rudimentary education at a school kept by the Independent minister ...

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Tillam, Thomas (d. in or before 1674), Seventh Day Baptist minister, was by his own testimony born a Roman Catholic, and in his youth travelled on the continent. Like many other Englishmen during the political and economic hardships of the 1620s and 1630s, ...

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Wright, Richard (1764–1836), General Baptist minister, eldest son and second child of six, was born at Blakeney, Norfolk, on 7 February 1764 and baptized there the following day. His father, Richard Wright, was a labourer; his mother, Anne (d. 1810), claimed cousinship with ...