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Churchyard, Thomas (1798–1865), landscape painter and lawyer, was born on 22 January 1798 at the family home, a butcher's shop, opposite the Horse and Groom in the village of Melton, Suffolk, the only child of Jonathan Churchyard (1765–1825), cattle dealer, grazier, and butcher, and his wife, ...

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Pearson, Charles (1793–1862), lawyer and urban reformer, was born on 4 October 1793 at 25 Clement's Lane, London, son of Thomas Pearson, upholsterer and feather merchant, and his wife, Sarah. Educated at Eastbourne, Sussex, he was initially apprenticed to his father, but was admitted solicitor in 1816, and developed an extensive practice. He was made free of the ...

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Taverner, William (1700–1772), lawyer and landscape painter, was born on 25 November 1700 in London, and baptized the same day at St Martin Ludgate, the son of William Taverner (d. 1731), lawyer and dramatist, and his wife, Alathea Taverner, and grandson of Jeremiah Taverner...

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Theobald, Sir Henry Studdy (1847–1934), barrister and art collector, was born in Calcutta on 7 June 1847, the only son of William Theobald (1798–1870) and his second wife, formerly Mrs Balfour, née Bishop. Each parent had one child by a previous spouse. William Theobald...

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Winston, Charles (1814–1864), barrister and stained-glass historian, was born on 10 March 1814 at Lymington, Hampshire, the elder of the two sons of the Revd Benjamin Winston, rector of Farningham, Kent, and his wife, Helen, daughter of Sir Thomas Reid, baronet. His father, whose original name was ...