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G. F. Nuttall

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Bartlet, James Vernon (1863–1940), ecclesiastical historian, was born on 15 August 1863 in Scarborough, the only son of George Donald Bartlet (1823–1906), an English Presbyterian minister who was also a schoolmaster in Scarborough and in London, and his wife, Susan Robe McNellan, formerly of ...

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T. W. R. Davids

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Davids, Thomas William (1816–1884), ecclesiastical historian, born at Swansea on 11 September 1816, was the only child of William Saunders Davids, minister of the Congregational church meeting in Providence Chapel, Swansea, and his wife, Bridget, daughter of Thomas Thomas of Vrowen in the parish of ...

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Harmer, Thomas (1714–1788), Independent minister and church historian, was born at Norwich in 1714, probably in October. From 1730 to 1734 he attended Moorfields Academy, where he was trained for the ministry by Thomas Ridgley and John Eames. While a student at Moorfields...

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Nuttall, Geoffrey Fillingham (1911–2007), Congregational minister and church historian, was born at Bryn-y-graig, Conway Road, Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, on 8 November 1911, the younger son and second of three children of Harold Nuttall (1871–1950), general medical practitioner, and his first wife, Muriel Fillingham, ...

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Peter, David (1765–1837), Independent minister and ecclesiastical historian, was born at Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire, on 5 August 1765, the son of David and Margaret Peter. When he was seven years old his father, who was a ship's carpenter, moved to New Quay, Cardiganshire. He received his early education at the school of ...