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Barbon [Barebone], Praisegod (c. 1598–1679/80), lay preacher and politician  

Stephen Wright

Barbon [Barebone], Praisegod (c. 1598–1679/80), lay preacher and politician, first appears in 1623, when he was made free of the Company of Leathersellers in London; having served an eight- or nine-year apprenticeship, he was probably then aged about twenty-five. At an unknown date, but probably by 1632, ...

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Barbon, Praisegod (c. 1598–1679/80)  

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Praisegod Barbon (c. 1598–167980) by unknown engraver © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Dawson, George (1821–1876), preacher and political activist  

Ian Sellers

Dawson, George (1821–1876), preacher and political activist, was born at 36 Hunter Street, London, on 24 February 1821, the son of a radical Baptist schoolmaster, Jonathan Dawson, and his wife, Rachel Biggs. He was educated, and later became a pupil teacher and then classics master, at his father's school, where for a time ...

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Dawson, George (1821–1876)  

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George Dawson (1821–1876) by Henry John Whitlock © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Fox, William Johnson (1786–1864), preacher and politician  

R. K. Webb

Fox, William Johnson (1786–1864), preacher and politician, was born on 1 March 1786 at Uggeshall Farm, Wrentham, Suffolk, the eldest child of six sons and three daughters of Paul Fox (1753?–1812) and his wife, Mary. Paul Fox farmed a small property for his widowed mother, though he had prudently absented himself for a two-year stay in ...

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Fox, William Johnson (1786–1864)  

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William Johnson Fox (1786–1864) by Eliza Florence Bridell, c. 1863 © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Legate, Bartholomew (d. 1612), radical separatist and convicted heretic  

David R. Como

Legate, Bartholomew (d. 1612), radical separatist and convicted heretic, was the son of William Legate, a substantial householder of Hornchurch, Essex. The extended Legate clan was among the most ancient and successful families of the royal liberty of Havering. By the mid-sixteenth century members of the family, including ...

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Royden, (Agnes) Maude (1876–1956)  

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(Agnes) Maude Royden (1876–1956) by Elliott & Fry, 1936 © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Royden, (Agnes) Maude (1876–1956), suffragist and preacher  

Sheila Fletcher

Royden, (Agnes) Maude (1876–1956), suffragist and preacher, was born on 23 November 1876 at Mossley Hill, near Liverpool, youngest of the eight children of Sir Thomas Bland Royden, first baronet (1831–1917), shipowner and MP, and his wife, Alice Elizabeth (1844–1932), daughter of Thomas Dowdall...

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Simmons, Charles James (1893–1975)  

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Charles James Simmons (1893–1975) by Elliott & Fry, 1949 © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Simmons, Charles James [Jim] (1893–1975), politician and evangelical preacher  

Mel Johnson

Simmons, Charles James [Jim] (1893–1975), politician and evangelical preacher, was born at 30 Brighton Road, Moseley, Birmingham, on 9 April 1893, the eldest son of James Henry Simmons (1867–1941), journeyman and later master painter, and his wife, Mary Jane, née Russell (1872–1958), a schoolteacher. His parents were Primitive Methodists, temperance advocates, and Liberals. His maternal grandfather, ...

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Smith, William (1756–1835)  

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William Smith (1756–1835) by Henry Thomson, exh. RA 1814 Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery

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Smith, William (1756–1835), politician and dissenter  

R. W. Davis

Smith, William (1756–1835), politician and dissenter, was born on 22 September 1756 at Clapham, the only son of Samuel Smith (1727–1798) and his wife, Martha Adams (d. 1759). His father was a large wholesale grocer in Cannon Street, and his mother came from an old and wealthy ...

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Stoughton, William (1631–1701), colonial official and preacher  

Barbara Ritter Dailey

Stoughton, William (1631–1701), colonial official and preacher, was born on 30 September 1631, probably in England, the second son, and one of at least six children, of Israel Stoughton (bap. 1603, d. 1644), and Elizabeth Knight (c.1605–1681). The Stoughton family migrated to ...