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Greg, Sir Walter Wilson (1875–1959), literary scholar and bibliographer, was born on 9 July 1875 at Park Lodge, Wimbledon Common, the only son of William Rathbone Greg (1809–1881), a social and political commentator, and his second wife, Julia, second daughter of James Wilson (1805–1860)...

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McKenzie, Donald Francis (1931–1999), bibliographer and literary scholar, was born on 5 June 1931 in Timaru, South Canterbury, New Zealand, the eldest of the five children of Leslie Olson McKenzie (b. c.1910), a bootmaker, and his wife, Millicent Irene, née Last (...

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McKerrow, Ronald Brunlees (1872–1940), bibliographer and literary scholar, was born at Putney, Surrey, on 12 December 1872, the only son of Alexander McKerrow, civil engineer, and grandson of William McKerrow, one-time moderator of the Presbyterian Church of England. His mother was Mary Jane...

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Pollard, Alfred William (1859–1944), bibliographer and scholar of English literature, was born at 1 Brompton Square, Kensington, London, on 14 August 1859, the youngest son of a physician, Edward William Pollard, and his second wife, Emma Louisa, daughter of George Edward Thompson, a shipowner, of ...

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Wheatley, Henry Benjamin (1838–1917), bibliographer and editor, was born on 2 May 1838 in London, posthumous son of Benjamin Wheatley, an auctioneer, and his wife, Madalina Rosa Hibernia Burdett, née Abercromby. Soon orphaned, he was educated within the family, mainly by his brother ...