Andrews, Robert (fl. 1747–1766), translator, was born into a nonconformist family which had lived for nearly two hundred years at Little Lever and at Rivington Hall, near Bolton, Lancashire. Nothing further is known of his parents. He was educated by Dr Caleb Rotheram...
Sarah Annes Brown
Cawton, Thomas (bap. 1642, d. 1677), orientalist and nonconformist minister, was baptized at Wivenhoe, Essex, on 23 September 1642, the eldest son of Thomas Cawton (1605–1659), a distinguished divine and vicar of the parish, and Elizabeth, daughter of the preacher William Jenkyn. In 1644 the family moved to ...
W. E. Soothill
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Clyde Curry Smith
Thompson, Reginald Campbell (1876–1941), Assyriologist and archaeologist, was born on 21 August 1876 at Cranley Place, South Kensington, London, the eldest of four sons and one daughter of Reginald Edward Thompson (1834–1912), physician, and his wife, Anna Isabella De Morgan (1845–1885), daughter of the mathematician ...