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Adderley, James Granville (1861–1942), Church of England clergyman and Christian socialist, was born on 1 July 1861 at Hams Hall, Warwickshire, the fifth and youngest son of Charles Bowyer Adderley, first Baron Norton (1814–1905), and his wife, Julia Anne Eliza (d. 1887)...

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Donaldson, Frederick Lewis (1860–1953), Church of England clergyman and Christian socialist, was born on 10 September 1860 at 49 Newhall Hill, Ladywood, Birmingham, the second son of Frederick William Donaldson, a master wire drawer, and his wife, Elizabeth Lewis. Educated as a choirboy at ...

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Ecclestone, Alan (1904–1992), Church of England clergyman and communist activist, was born on 3 June 1904 at 233 Princes Road, Stoke-on-Trent, the second of the two children of George Henry Ecclestone (1867–1942), a pottery designer, and his wife, Emily Florence, née Heath (1872–1945)...

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Headlam, Stewart Duckworth (1847–1924), Church of England clergyman and Christian socialist, was born on 12 January 1847 in Wavertree, near Liverpool, the elder son and third of four children of Thomas Duckworth Headlam (1806-1885), an insurance underwriter, and his wife Latitia née Simpson (1822-1869). He was educated at ...

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Noel, Conrad Le Despenser Roden (1869–1942), Church of England clergyman and Christian socialist, was born on 12 July 1869 in Kew, London, the eldest son of the Hon. Roden Berkeley Wriothesley Noel (1834–1894), poet and essayist, and then groom of the privy chamber in the court of ...

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Turner, Francis (1637–1700), bishop of Ely, nonjuror, and Jacobite conspirator, was born on 23 August 1637, the eldest son of Thomas Turner (bap. 1592, d. 1672), chaplain to Charles I and dean of Canterbury, and his wife, Margaret (1607/8–1692), daughter of Charles's secretary of state, ...

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Williams, John Henry (bap. 1747, d. 1829), Church of England clergyman and peace advocate, was baptized in Gloucester Cathedral on 10 April 1747, the son of John Williams and his wife, Mary (d. 1800); his armigerous family was descended from the distinguished judge ...

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Wotton, Nicholas (c. 1497–1567), diplomat and dean of Canterbury and York, was the fourth child and second son of Sir Robert Wotton of Boughton Malherbe, Kent (c.1463–1524), administrator, and his wife, Anne, daughter of Sir Henry Belknap. Sir Edward Wotton (1489?–1551)...