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Bull, Henry (d. 1577), theological writer and physician, was born in Warwickshire. In 1537 he entered Magdalen College, Oxford, where he was admitted BA in June 1539 and became a fellow the following year. His colleagues included John Foxe, Robert Crowley, and Thomas Cooper...

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Coward, William (b. 1656/7, d. in or before 1725), physician and theological writer, was born at Winchester, Hampshire, the son of William Coward. His mother was the daughter of George Lamphire, an apothecary in Winchester, and sister of John Lamphire, an eminent physician at ...

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Dunstan, Gordon Reginald (1917–2004), Church of England clergyman, theologian, and writer on medical ethics, was born on 25 April 1917 at 79 Beaumont Street, Stoke, Plymouth, the son of Frederick John Menhenett Dunstan, an engineer's draftsman at the city's naval dockyard, and his wife, ...

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Exeter [Newetone], William (d. 1359), physician and theologian, probably came from Newton Abbot, Devon, but nothing is known of him before 28 July 1318, when he was provided to the rectory of Stoke in Teignhead, Devon, at the request of Walter Stapeldon, bishop of ...

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Levison, Mordechai Gumpel Schnaber [pseud. George Levison] (1741–1797), physician and theologian, was born in Germany. He studied rabbinics in Berlin with the distinguished Talmudist David Fraenkel as a young man, before departing for London in 1771. He was drawn to England by the wonderful opportunity for a young foreign-born Jew to study at the medical course of the famous surgeon and physiologist ...

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Morgan, Thomas (1671/2?–1743), theological and medical writer, was of Welsh origin and is said to have been 'a poor lad in a farmer's house' ( Protestant Dissenter's Magazine, 258) near Bridgwater, Somerset. Of his parents nothing is known. In his youth he showed enough promise for a dissenting minister, ...

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Park, John Ranicar (1779–1847), physiologist and theological writer, was born in Liverpool on 11 May 1779, the son of the eminent surgeon Henry Park (1745–1831) and his wife, the eldest daughter of Mr Ranicar of West Leigh Hall, Leigh, Lancashire; he had eight sisters and no brothers. ...

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Poole, Robert (1707/8–1752), physician and theological writer, about whose childhood nothing is known, completed his initial education at the Academy of Liberal Arts and Sciences in London. Nearly everything known about him comes from his own writings, and some of his early accounts describe the years he spent under ...

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White, Gordon Henry [name in religion Victor White] (1902–1960), Dominican friar, theologian, and psychotherapist, was born on 21 October 1902 at 39 Avondale Road, Croydon, Surrey, the second of the three sons of John Henry White (1866/7–1950), vicar of St Augustine's Church...