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Joseph, Horace William Brindleylocked

  • Clement C. J. Webb
  • , revised by C. A. Creffield


Joseph, Horace William Brindley (1867–1943), philosopher, was born at Chatham, Kent, on 28 September 1867, the second and eldest surviving of the three sons of Alexander Joseph (d. 1890), rector of St John's Church, Chatham, and honorary canon of Rochester Cathedral, who, although brought up a Christian, was on both sides of Jewish descent, and his wife, ...

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