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Waller, Horacelocked

(1833–1896)
  • Dorothy O. Helly

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Waller, Horace (1833–1896), missionary and slavery abolitionist, was born in Tavistock Square, London, on 16 February 1833, the first son of six children of John Waller (c.1791–1865), stockbroker, and his wife, Mary Ann. He had three brothers and two sisters. From 1840 to May 1846 he attended ...

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