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Armstrong, Nicholas (1801/2–1879), Church of Ireland clergyman and apostle of the Catholic Apostolic church, was born in Moyaliffe, co. Tipperary, in late 1801, or early 1802, the son of John Armstrong and Frances Doolan. He was educated at Mr Carrol's school and at ...

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Bligh, Edward Vesey (1829–1908), Church of England clergyman, was born on 28 February 1829 at 37 Grosvenor Place, London. He was the second son of Edward Bligh, fifth earl of Darnley (1795–1835), and his wife, Emma (1804–1884), daughter of Henry Parnell, first Baron Congleton...

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Brayne, John (d. 1654), clergyman and Seeker, was settled by parliament as minister of St John's, in the Soke, Winchester, from the late 1640s until his death. His fame rests on the flurry of tracts he published in his last years, and little is known of his background. He may have come from ...

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Brereley, Roger (bap. 1586, d. 1637), Church of England clergyman and separatist leader, was born in Marland, then a hamlet in the parish of Rochdale, and baptized in the parish church on 7 August 1586. His father, Thomas Brereley, and his grandfather Roger Brereley...

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Roach, Richard [name in religion Onesimus] (1662–1730), Church of England clergyman and Philadelphian, son of Thomas and Anne Roach, was born in London on 18 July 1662 and baptized on the same day at St Gabriel Fenchurch. He was educated at Merchant Taylors' School, London...

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Stonehouse, George (1714–1793), Church of England clergyman, was born on 5 August 1714 at Hungerford Park, Berkshire, the younger son of Francis Stonehouse. He entered Pembroke College, Oxford, in 1729, graduating BA (1733) and MA (1736), and became vicar of Islington (a family living) in 1738. Following a conversion experience on 10 May 1738 he was, as the only ...