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Webb, Clement Charles Julianlocked

(1865–1954)
  • Mark D. Chapman

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Webb, Clement Charles Julian (1865–1954), theologian and philosopher of religion, was born in London on 25 June 1865, the youngest child of Benjamin Webb (1819–1885), incumbent of St Andrew's, Well's Street, and prebendary of St Paul's, and his wife, Maria Elphinstone, daughter of the Sanskrit and Arabic scholar ...

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