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Armitage [née Bulley], Ella Sophia (1841–1931), historian and archaeologist, was born in Mason Street, West Derby, Liverpool, on 3 March 1841, the second daughter in the family of four sons and ten daughters of Samuel Marshall Bulley JP (1811–1880), a cotton broker of ...

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Birley, Eric Barff (1906–1995), historian and archaeologist, was born on 12 January 1906 at his parents' home, The Poplars, Worsley Road, Swinton, Manchester, Lancashire, the youngest of four sons (there were also two daughters) of Joseph Harold Birley (b. 1870), a Manchester...

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Coldstream, (John) Nicolas (1927–2008), archaeologist and historian, was born on 30 March 1927 in Lahore, India, the only son of Sir John Coldstream (1877–1954), a member of the Indian Civil Service then serving as a judge at the High Court in Lahore, later chief minister of ...

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Frere, Sheppard Sunderland (1916–2015), archaeologist and historian, was born on 23 August 1916 at Withy Cottage, Graffham, near Midhurst, Sussex, the eldest of three sons of Noel Gray Frere (1885–1955), colonial civil servant, and his wife, Agnes Barbara, née Sunderland (...

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Haverfield, Francis John (1860–1919), historian and archaeologist, was born at Shipston-on-Stour, Worcestershire, on 8 November 1860, the only son of the Revd William Robert Haverfield (d. 1882) and his wife, Emily, sister of John Fielder Mackarness, bishop of Oxford. He was a great-grandson of the miniature painter ...

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Myres, Sir John Linton (1869–1954), archaeologist and historian, was born on 3 July 1869 at Preston, Lancashire, the only son of the Revd William Miles Myres (d. 1901), vicar of St Paul's, Preston, and his first wife, Jane, daughter of the Revd Henry Linton...

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Sir John Linton Myres (1869–1954) by Lafayette, 1929 © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Simpson, William Douglas (1896–1968), archaeologist and historian, was born at 80 Hamilton Place, Aberdeen, on 2 August 1896, the younger son of Henry Fyfe Morland Simpson (1859?–1920), rector of Aberdeen grammar school, and his wife, Jenny Fridericke Simpson, née Dohm (1866?–1949). He was educated at the grammar school and at ...