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Faber, Frederick William (1814–1863), Church of England clergyman and Roman Catholic priest, was born on 28 June 1814, the fourth surviving son of Thomas Henry Faber (1779–1833) and his wife, Betty Atkinson (d. 1829), daughter of Thomas Atkinson of Bradford, at Calverley vicarage...

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Marshall [Martial], Richard (b. 1517, d. in or after 1575), dean of Christ Church, Oxford, and Roman Catholic priest, was born in Kent, probably the son of William Marshall (d. 1540?), the anti-Catholic polemicist. He entered Corpus Christi College, Oxford, in 1532, and was a probationary fellow from 1538 to 1540. He was one of a group of younger members of the college (called 'neo-Christiani' by their seniors) who supported Henrician religious policy, and in 1538 he caused offence by striking out the word 'papa' from the library's edition of the works of ...

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Sibthorp, Richard Waldo (1792–1879), Church of England clergyman and Roman Catholic convert, born at Canwick Hall, near Lincoln, on 4 October 1792, was the fifth and youngest son of Colonel Humphry Waldo Sibthorp (1744–1815), MP for Lincoln, and his wife, Susannah, daughter of ...

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Richard Waldo Sibthorp (1792–1879) by James Scott, pubd 1839 (after Edward Turtle) © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Trelawny, Sir Harry, seventh baronet (bap. 1756, d. 1834), dissenting minister, Church of England clergyman, and Roman Catholic priest, was baptized at St Budeaux, Devon, on 26 June 1756, the only son of Sir William Trelawny, sixth baronet (1722/3–1772) [see under Trelawny, Edward...

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Tresham, William (1495–1569), priest, was born in the parish of Oakley Magna, Northamptonshire, the son of Richard Tresham of Newton, Northamptonshire, and Rose Billing of Astwell, granddaughter of Sir Thomas Billing, lord chief justice. He studied at Merton College, Oxford, and graduated BA on 16 January 1515, MA in 1520, BTh in 1528, and DTh on 8 July 1532. In 1526 he was ordained priest. From 11 March 1524 to 11 February 1529 he served as registrar of the university. He occupied the office of vice-chancellor in 1532–47, 1550, 1556, and 1558, and was a canon of ...

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Tyrrell, Anthony (1552–1615), Roman Catholic priest and Church of England clergyman, was the son of George Tyrrell, a courtier to Queen Mary. The Tyrrells were a well-connected family of ancient lineage with property in Essex. At some point after the accession of Elizabeth...

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Walls, Roland Charles (1917–2011), Church of England clergyman, Roman Catholic priest, and hermit, was born on 7 June 1917 at 3 Hope Cottages, Howgate Road, Bembridge, Isle of Wight, the eldest of four children of Roland William Walls (1895–1963) and his wife, Albertine Josephine (Tina), ...