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Salaman, Raphael Arthur (1906–1993), collector and lexicographer of tradesmen's tools, was born on 24 April 1906 at Homestall, Barley, near Royston, Hertfordshire, the fourth of six children of Redcliffe Nathan Salaman (1874–1955), physician and scientist, and his wife, Pauline Ruth (Nina), née Davis (1877–1925)...

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Utterson, Edward Vernon (bap. 1777, d. 1856), antiquary and literary editor, was born in Alverstoke, Hampshire and baptized at Gosport on 14 July 1777, the eldest son of John Utterson of Fareham, Hampshire, and his wife, Elizabeth née Rowe. His father was agent for the captors of prizes taken in the East Indies by the naval squadron commanded by ...

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Waurin [Wavrin], Jean de (b. 1399/1400, d. in or after 1473/4), compiler and collector of histories, was the illegitimate son of Robert de Waurin, hereditary seneschal of Flanders, and Michielle de Croix. He was related to many influential members of the court of ...