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Charles Freer Andrews (1871–1940) by Howard Coster, 1935 © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Andrews, Charles Freer (1871–1940), author and campaigner for Indian independence, was born at Newcastle upon Tyne on 12 February 1871, the second son of John Edwin Andrews, minister in the Catholic Apostolic (or Irvingite) church, and his second wife, Mary Charlotte Cartwright (1840–1914)...

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Armstrong, Nicholas (1801/2–1879), Church of Ireland clergyman and apostle of the Catholic Apostolic church, was born in Moyaliffe, co. Tipperary, in late 1801, or early 1802, the son of John Armstrong and Frances Doolan. He was educated at Mr Carrol's school and at ...

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John Belcher (1841–1913) by Sir Frank Dicksee, exh. RA 1908 RIBA Library Photographs Collection

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Belcher, John (1841–1913), architect, was born on 10 July 1841 at 3 Montague Terrace, Trinity Square, London, the eldest of the ten children of John Belcher (1816/17–1890), architect, and his first wife, Anne Woollett, a descendant of Philip Woollett, father of the engraver ...

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Bligh, Edward Vesey (1829–1908), Church of England clergyman, was born on 28 February 1829 at 37 Grosvenor Place, London. He was the second son of Edward Bligh, fifth earl of Darnley (1795–1835), and his wife, Emma (1804–1884), daughter of Henry Parnell, first Baron Congleton...

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Bulteel, Henry Bellenden (1800–1866), religious controversialist and seceder from the Church of England, was born on 14 September 1800 at Bellevue, Turnchapel, Plymstock, the fourth of the ten children of Thomas Hillersdon Bulteel (1766–1815) of Bellevue, and his wife, Anne, daughter of Christopher Harris...

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Burne, Sir Owen Tudor (1837–1909), army officer and administrator in India, was born at Plymouth on 12 April 1837, the eleventh of the nineteen children of the Revd Henry Thomas Burne (1799–1865), and his wife, Knightley Goodman (1805–1878), daughter of Captain Marriott, Royal Horse Guards...

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Cardale, John Bate (1802–1877), first apostle of the Catholic Apostolic church, was born at 28 Lamb's Conduit Street, Holborn, London, on 7 November 1802, the eldest of five children. His father, William Cardale, a solicitor and Worcestershire landowner, was born on 17 July 1777 and died at ...

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Carlyle, Thomas (1803–1855), apostle of the Catholic Apostolic church and German scholar, was born on 17 July 1803 at King's Grange, near Castle Douglas, Kirkcudbrightshire, of an old Dumfriesshire family. His father, William Carlyle (1759–1824), a lawyer, married in 1802 Margaret Heriot, widow of ...

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Connelly, Pierce (1804–1883), apostate Episcopal priest and anti-Catholic pamphleteer, was born on 9 August 1804 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the eldest of four sons of Henry Connelly, a cabinet-maker, and his second wife, Elizabeth Pierce. He married Cornelia Peacock [see Connelly, Cornelia (1809-1879)...

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Copinger, Walter Arthur (1847–1910), jurist and author, was born on 14 April 1847 in Clapham, the second son of Charles Louis George Emanuel Copinger (1821–1866), colonel in the American army, and his wife, Mary, widow of George James, and daughter of Thomas Pearson...

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Henry Drummond (1786–1860) by William Holl (after George Richmond, 1856) © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Drummond, Henry (1786–1860), politician and apostle of the Catholic Apostolic church, eldest son of Henry Drummond (1762–1794), banker, of The Grange, near Alresford, Hampshire, and his wife, Anne (d. 1852), daughter of Henry Dundas, first Viscount Melville, was born at Alresford on 5 December 1786. His father died in 1794, and when his mother remarried and went to ...

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Ferrars, Ernest Richard D'Arcy de (1855–1929), musician and pageant master, was born Ernest Richard D'Arcy Ferris on 2 April 1855 at 24 Belvedere, Bath, the youngest of the eight children of Samuel Charles Ferris (1806–1858), of the Indian Civil Service, and his wife, ...

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Samuel Rawson Gardiner (1829–1902) by James Russell & Sons © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Gardiner, Samuel Rawson (1829–1902), historian, was born on 4 March 1829 at Ropley, near Alresford, Hampshire, the eldest son of Rawson Boddam Gardiner (1788–1863), an East India civil servant from Whitchurch, Oxfordshire. His mother, Margaret (1803–1853), was daughter of William Baring Gould. Samuel's...

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Heath, Christopher (1802–1876), minister of the Catholic Apostolic church, was born in London on 26 March 1802, the son of John and Mary (née Potter) Heath. His grandfather, Benjamin Heath, was a velvet manufacturer at Birmingham. His father was a surgeon in the navy, who, after being present in ...

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Irvine, Alexander (bap. 1794, d. 1873), botanist and bookseller, was born at Daviot, Aberdeenshire, the second of three sons of James Irvine of Skellarts, a well-to-do farmer, and baptized there on 27 April 1794. He was educated at the grammar school at Daviot...

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Edward Irving (1792–1834) by unknown artist, c. 1823 © National Portrait Gallery, London