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Peter Green (1871–1961) by Lafayette, c.1920 The Anglo–Catholic History Society

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Green, Peter (1871–1961), Church of England clergyman and Christian apologist, was born at Portland Terrace, Southampton, Hampshire, on 18 January 1871, the fourth of five children of Henry George Green, solicitor, and his wife, Elizabeth Sophia, née Saintsbury. His mother was the sister of the writer ...

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Mace, David Robert (1907–1990), Methodist minister and pioneer of the marriage guidance movement, was born at the Wesleyan manse, Rosehill Road, Montrose, on 21 June 1907, the eldest of the two children of Joseph Mace, a working-class and largely self-educated Wesleyan minister who became a significant leader in the ...

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Constance Adelaide Smith (1878–1938) by unknown artist © reserved / Nottingham Evening Post

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Smith, Constance Adelaide [pseud. C. Penswick Smith] (1878–1938), reviver of mothering Sunday, was born at Dagnall, Buckinghamshire, on 28 April 1878, the third daughter of seven children of Charles Penswick Smith (1844/5–1922), who was then vicar of Dagnall, and his wife, Mary Caroline, ...