1-4 of 4 results  for:

  • latin scholar x
  • Church of England x
Clear all

Article

C. W. Sutton

revised by Sarah Brolly

Booth, George (1791–1859), Latin scholar, was born on 12 November 1791 at Masborough House, Rotherham, the youngest son of William Booth of Ecclesfield. After attending Eton he went to Trinity College, Cambridge, in 1809, but left because of poor health. He moved to ...

Article

Edmund Venables

revised by Philip Carter

Leng, John (1665–1727), Latin scholar and bishop of Norwich, was born at Thornton-le-Dale, near Pickering, Yorkshire. He received his early education at St Paul's School, London, and obtained an exhibition at St Catharine's College, Cambridge, where he was admitted a sizar on 26 March 1683, graduating BA (1686), MA (1690), BD (1698), and DD (1716). He was elected a fellow of the college on 13 September 1688, and subsequently became a very efficient tutor. He obtained great distinction as a Latin scholar. In 1695 he published an edition of ...

Image

Henry Nettleship (1839–1893) by unknown engraver, pubd c. 1893 (after Elliott & Fry) © National Portrait Gallery, London

Article

Ingram Bywater

revised by Roger T. Stearn

Nettleship, Henry (1839–1893), Latin scholar, was born on 5 May 1839 at Kettering, Northamptonshire, the eldest of the six sons of Henry John Nettleship (1807–1870), solicitor, of Kettering, and his wife, Isabella Ann (1818–1898), daughter of the Revd James Hogg. Nettleship attended Mr Darnell's Preparatory School, Market Harborough...