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Kirkby, John (c. 1705–1754), Church of England clergyman and grammarian, claimed to have been born in Cumberland, though in the register of St John's College, Cambridge, from where he appears to have graduated BA in 1726, and proceeded MA in 1745, his birthplace is noted as ...

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Neilson, William [Uilliam Mac Néill] (1774–1821), minister of the Presbyterian General Synod of Ulster and grammarian, was born at Rademon, Crossgar, co. Down, on 12 September 1774, the fourth child of the seven sons and one daughter of Moses Neilson (1739–1823), minister of ...

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Ó Maolmhuaidh, Froinsias [Francis O'Molloy or Molloy] (c. 1606–1677?), theologian and grammarian, was born in the diocese of Meath, most probably in the traditional O'Molloy territory of Fercall, in the King's county portion of that diocese. His precise position within the O'Molloy kin group is not known. In old age he recorded stories he had heard from eyewitnesses in his youth of a great Christmas banquet for 960 people, lasting twelve days, held by ...

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Robert, Gruffydd [Griffith Roberts] (fl. 1558–1598), Roman Catholic priest and grammarian, is of unknown parentage, although there is contemporary testimony that he hailed from Llŷn or Eifionydd. He spent the greater part of his life in Italy and is often referred to as ...

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Simson, Andrew (c. 1526–1591?), grammarian and Church of Scotland minister, studied at King's College, Aberdeen, probably under the humanist John Vaus and certainly under his assistant and successor Theophilus Stewart. By late May 1550 he was master of the grammar school at Perth...

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Tonneys, John (d. 1514), prior of the Austin friars, London, and grammarian, was a native of Norfolk and received his early education at the Augustinian friary in Norwich. It was probably here that he entered the order. He is said by Blomefield to have become prior of the ...