Arundell, Francis Vyvyan Jago (1780–1846), antiquary and traveller, was born at Launceston, Cornwall, in July 1780, the only son of Thomas Jago, a solicitor in that town, and his wife, Catherine, née Bolt, daughter of a surgeon at Launceston. He was educated at ...
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Bankes, William John (1786–1855), traveller and antiquary, was born on 11 December 1786, second son of Henry Bankes (1757–1834) of Kingston Lacy, Dorset, politician and author, and his wife, Frances (1760/61–1823), daughter of William Woodley, governor of the Leeward Islands, and the elder brother of ...
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Cripps, John Marten (1780–1853), traveller and antiquary, was born in Sussex, the son of John Cripps. He was entered as a fellow-commoner at Jesus College, Cambridge, on 27 April 1798, and came under the care of Edward Daniel Clarke. Cripps was wealthy: by a will of 1 October 1797 he inherited the property of his maternal uncle, ...
Loveday, John (1711–1789), antiquary and traveller, was born on 5 February 1711 at Cateaton Street, London, the elder child of Thomas Loveday (1680–1720) of Caversham and Feens and his wife, Sarah Lethieullier (1682–1761), daughter of William Lethieullier of Clapham, a Turkey merchant, and his wife, ...
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Salt, Henry (1780–1827), traveller and collector of antiquities, was born at Lichfield, Staffordshire, on 14 June 1780, the youngest of the eight children of a Lichfield surgeon, Thomas Salt, and his wife, Alice, née Butt. He was educated at schools in Lichfield and ...
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Wilson, Robert (1787–1871), traveller and antiquary, was born on 25 April 1787 at Banff, north-east Scotland, elder son of Andrew Wilson (1751–1827), proprietor and builder in Banff, and his wife, Margaret Reid (1760–1803), a member of a prominent Banff family.
After a classical education at ...