1-4 of 4 results  for:

  • educationist (general) x
  • Quaker (other) x
  • Results with images only x
Clear all

Article

William Benham

revised by M. C. Curthoys

Clark, Samuel (1810–1875), educationist, the youngest of ten children of Joseph and Fanny Clark, was born at Southampton on 19 May 1810. His father, a prosperous brush and basket maker of the town, was a member of the Society of Friends. Samuel was brought up a strict Quaker. One of his earliest recollections was of being patted on the head by ...

Article

Hoare, Louisa Gurney (1784–1836), educationist and author, was born in Norwich on 25 September 1784, the seventh of the eleven children of the Quaker John Gurney (1749–1809) of Earlham and Catherine Bell (1754–1792). Among her siblings were the prison reformer Elizabeth Fry, the philanthropists ...

Article

Lancaster, Joseph (1778–1838), educationist, was born in Kent Street, Southwark, London, on 25 November 1778, the youngest son of Richard Lancaster (1742–1821) a former soldier working as a cane sieve maker. Joseph's mother, Sarah Lancaster, née Faulkes (d. 1811), who had borne ten children, kept a small shop near ...

Article

Tuke, Dame Margaret Janson (1862–1947), educationist and college head, was born in Hitchin, Hertfordshire, on 13 March 1862, the youngest of five children of James Hack Tuke (1819–1896), banker and philanthropist, and his first wife, Elizabeth Janson (d. 1869). In unpublished autobiographical notes written in 1942, she recorded that her Quaker upbringing gave her a lifelong dislike of '...