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Campbell, Reginald John (1867–1956), Congregational minister and Church of England clergyman, was born on 29 August 1867 at 2 Norfolk Villas, Jamaica Level, Bermondsey, London, the second of four sons and one daughter of John Campbell, a United Methodist Free Church minister, and his wife, ...

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Carlile, Wilson (1847–1942), founder of the Church Army, was born on 14 January 1847 at Brixton, the eldest of the twelve children of Edward Carlile, a merchant in the City of London, where his father had settled, and whose forebears had for some generations been prominent in the civic and business life of ...

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Caryl, Joseph (1602–1673), clergyman and ejected minister, was born in London in November 1602 'of genteel parents', was attending Merchant Taylors' School in 1620, and matriculated in 1621 as a commoner from Exeter College, Oxford, where 'he became in a short time a noted disputant' (...

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Clarkson, David (bap. 1622, d. 1686), clergyman and ejected minister, son of Robert Clarkson, was born at Bradford, Yorkshire, where he was baptized on 3 March 1622. He was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge (1641–5) and was a fellow of Clare College in 1645. He became rector of ...

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Johnson, Samuel (1696–1772), Church of England clergyman and teacher in America, was born on 14 October 1696 in Guilford, Connecticut, the second child of Samuel Johnson (d. c.1728), a farmer and proprietor of a fulling mill, and his wife, Mary Sage (...

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Meade [Mead], Matthew (1628/9–1699), clergyman and ejected minister, was born at Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, the second son of Richard Meade of Mursley, Buckinghamshire, and his wife, Joane. After studying at Eton College (1645–8), he was elected a scholar at King's College, Cambridge, where he was admitted as a fellow on 6 August 1649. He resigned on 6 June 1651, possibly to avoid expulsion for refusing to take the engagement to the Commonwealth. Between 1653 and 1657 he was involved in a dispute over the rectory of ...

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Newton, John (1725–1807), slave trader and Church of England clergyman, was born on 24 July 1725 in Wapping, London, the only child of John Newton (d. 1750), master mariner in the Mediterranean trade, and his first wife, Elizabeth (1705?–1732), whose maiden name was probably ...

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Wesley, Samuel (bap. 1662, d. 1735), Church of England clergyman and poet, was baptized on 17 December 1662 in Winterborne Whitechurch, Dorset, probably the third of at least four children of the Revd John Westley (1635/6–1671), vicar of Winterborne Whitechurch until his ejection, in 1662, under the ...