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Barry, Alfred (1826–1910), Anglican bishop of Sydney and educationist, was born at Ely Place, Holborn, London, on 15 January 1826, the second son of Sir Charles Barry (1795–1860), architect, whose Life and Works he published in 1867, and elder brother of Edward Middleton Barry...

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Andrew Bell (1753–1832) by Charles Turner, pubd 1825 (after William Owen) © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Bell, Andrew (1753–1832), Church of England clergyman and educationist, was born on 27 March 1753 in South Street, St Andrews, the second son of baillie Alexander Bell (d. 1789) and his wife, Margaret Robertson. His father, who was talented and well-educated, figured prominently in the community; by trade a wig-maker, he was also assistant at ...

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Biscoe, Cecil Earle Tyndale- (1863–1949), missionary and educationist, was born on 9 February 1863 at Holton Park, Wheatley, Oxfordshire, the son of William Earle Tyndale (1813–1895), a landowner, and his wife, Elizabeth Carey (d. 1891), daughter of Albert Glass Sandeman, founder of ...

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Charles, David (1812–1878), Calvinistic Methodist minister and educationist, was born on 23 July 1812 in Bala, the fourth in the family of three daughters and two sons of Thomas Rice Charles (d. 1819), a linen draper, and his wife, Maria, née Jones...

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Cleworth, Thomas Ebenezer (1854–1909), religious educationist, eldest survivor of the seven sons and five daughters of Enoch Cleworth of Tyldesley, near Manchester, and Mary Sykes of Heywood, was born at Westminster on 2 April 1854, his father at that date being a London...

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Daniel, Evan (1837–1904), Church of England clergyman, educationist, and author, born at Pontypool on 4 September 1837, was the second son of Evan Daniel of Pontypool, builder and architect, and his wife, Sarah Beach. After education at the national school, Pontypool, he entered ...

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Dawes, Richard (bap. 1793, d. 1867), dean of Hereford and educationist, was baptized on 13 April 1793 at Hawes in Yorkshire, the son of James Dawes, who farmed an estate at Hawes, and his wife, Isabella. He had at least three younger brothers. He was educated at the school of the blind Quaker mathematician ...

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Doudney, David Alfred (1811–1893), Church of England clergyman and educationist, was born on 8 March 1811 at 386 Mile End Terrace, Portsea, son of John Doudney (d. 1834), tallow chandler, and his wife, Sarah (d. 1838). Details of his education are unknown, but it was probably minimal. At the age of thirteen he was apprenticed to a printer at ...

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Elrington, Charles Richard (1787–1850), Church of Ireland clergyman and educationist, was born in Molesworth Street, Dublin, on 25 March 1787, the elder of the two sons of Thomas Elrington (1760–1835), bishop of Leighlin and Ferns, and Charlotte, the daughter of Plunket Preston, rector of ...

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Fraser, Alexander Garden (1873–1962), educationist and missionary, was born on 6 October 1873 at Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, the son of Sir Andrew Henderson Leith Fraser KCSI (1848–1919), of the Indian Civil Service, and his first wife, Agnes Archibald (d. 1879) of Tillicoultry; his grandfather the ...

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Gould, Frederick James (1855–1938), educationist and secularist author, was born on 19 December 1855 at 17 Portland Street, Brighton, the last of the three children of William James Gould, a jeweller and part-time opera singer, and his wife, Julia, née Wilson, a dressmaker....

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Isherwood, Annie Cecilia Ramsbottom [Cecile] (1862–1906), Anglican nun and educationist, was born on 14 November 1862 at Hillingdon Lodge, Uxbridge, the youngest of six children of Captain Richard Ramsbottom-Isherwood (d. 1874), an army officer, and his wife, Anna Clarendon Cox (d...

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Ryerson, (Adolphus) Egerton (1803–1882), educationist and Methodist minister in Canada, was born at Charlotteville township, Norfolk county, Upper Canada, on 24 March 1803, the fifth son of Colonel Joseph Ryerson (1761–1854) and his wife, Mehetabel Stickney (1766–1850). John Ryerson and William Ryerson, Methodist ministers, were his brothers, as was ...

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Smith, William (1727–1803), Church of England clergyman and educationist, was born at Slains, north of Aberdeen, in 1727, probably on 20 April, the only son of Thomas Smith (b. 1692) and his first wife, Elizabeth Duncan. After attending the local parish school ...

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Stevens, Thomas (1809–1888), Church of England clergyman and educationist, was born at Bradfield rectory, Berkshire, on 16 September 1809, the second son of Henry Stevens (1766–1842), rector and squire of Bradfield, and his wife, Maria, daughter of William Tinney of Salisbury. Educated privately at ...

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Stubbs, Philip (1665–1738), archdeacon of St Albans and educationist, was born on 2 October 1665 in the parish of St Andrew Undershaft, London, the son of Philip Stubbs, vintner, and his wife, Elizabeth Hillier. Having been a pupil at Merchant Taylors' School, London...

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Philip Stubbs (1665–1738) by John Faber junior, 1722 (after Thomas Murray, 1713) © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Warburton, Mabel Clarisse (1879–1961), missionary and educationist, was born on 22 June 1879 at Kings Langley, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, the second of two children of Thomas Frederick Warburton and his wife, Mabel Catherine Harries (d. 1879). Her father was already deceased, and her mother did not survive the birth, so ...

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Warrington, Percy Ewart (1889–1961), educationist and Church of England clergyman, was born at Newhall, Derbyshire, near Burton upon Trent, on 29 December 1889, the elder son of Thomas Warrington, farmer, and his wife, Mary Jane, daughter of William Wright, the registrar of South Derbyshire...