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S. R. Driver

revised by Sinéad Agnew

Edersheim, Alfred (1825–1889), biblical scholar, was born in Vienna of Jewish parents on 7 March 1825. His father, Marcus Edersheim, a banker and a man of culture and wealth, had come originally from the Netherlands, and his mother was Stéphanie, née Beifuss, of a well-known ...

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Levi, Leone (1821–1888), jurist, political economist, and statistician, was born on 6 June 1821 in Ancona, later part of the kingdom of Italy. He came from a middle-class Jewish family. His father, Isaac, and his elder brother were both merchants. Leone received a practical, commercial education and began working for his brother at the age of fifteen. He travelled to ...

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Leone Levi (1821–1888) by Elliott & Fry, 1873 © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Lincoln, Ignatius Timotheus Trebitsch [formerly Ignácz Trebitsch; name in religion Chao Kung] (1879–1943), political adventurer, was born in Paks, Hungary, on 4 April 1879, the second son of Nathan Trebitsch (d. 1899), a merchant, and his wife, Julia, née Freund (...

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Newman, Sydney Cecil (1917–1997), television producer, was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 1 April 1917, the son of an Orthodox Jewish shoe salesman who had moved to Canada from Russia. He was educated at Ogden public school, Toronto, and then at the ...

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E. I. Carlyle

revised by Robert Brown

Saphir, Adolph (1831–1891), Free Church of Scotland minister, was born at Pest, Hungary, in 1831, the youngest son in a family of two sons and three daughters of Israel Saphir, a Jewish merchant, and his second wife, Henrietta Bondij (d. 1879). His father's brother, ...

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See Porter [née Seale], Dorothea Noelle Naomi [Thea]