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Gaskin, George (1751–1829), Church of England clergyman and religious society administrator, was born at Newington Green, Islington, Middlesex, son of John Gaskin, leatherseller of London (1709/10–1766), and his wife, Mabel (1706/7–1791). Educated at a classical school in Woodford, Essex, he entered Trinity College, Oxford...

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Harison, Anthony (1563–1638), Church of England clergyman and episcopal secretary, son of William Harison, was born on 18 November 1563, at Over, Cambridgeshire. He matriculated sizar from King's College, Cambridge, at Easter 1580, but apparently did not graduate. Nevertheless, he acquired legal expertise, became a notary public and, according to his own notebooks, a solicitor and attorney of the university. In May 1603 he was chosen by ...

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Pattinson, Sir (William) Derek (1930–2006), church administrator and Church of England clergyman, was born on 31 March 1930 at Risedale Maternity Home, Barrow in Furness, Lancashire, the only child of Thomas William Pattinson (d. 1970), a clerk in the Ministry of Labour...

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Tatlow, Tissington (1876–1957), general secretary of the Student Christian Movement, was born in Crossdoney, co. Cavan, Ireland, on 11 January 1876, the eldest son of Tissington W. G. Tatlow, land agent to Lord Kingston's estate, and his wife, Blanche, daughter of Thomas Steuart Townsend...

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Tucker, Henry William (1830–1902), Church of England clergyman and missionary society administrator, born at Exeter, Devon, on 17 August 1830, was the only son of William Tucker of Exeter, barrister, and his wife, Sophia, daughter of Colonel Cole of Pedmore, Worcestershire. He entered ...

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Warren, Max Alexander Cunningham (1904–1977), Church of England clergyman and missionary society administrator, was born in Dún Laoghaire, Ireland, on 13 August 1904, the youngest of three sons and four children of the Revd John Alexander Faris Warren, a clergyman of the Church of Ireland...