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Cramer, John Antony (1793–1848), dean of Carlisle and historian, was born at Mittoden, Switzerland, the son of John Antony Cramer and his wife, Henrietta Courtet. He was a king's scholar at Westminster School from 1807 until 1811, when he was elected to a studentship at ...

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Hutton, William Holden (1860–1930), dean of Winchester and historian, was born at Gate Burton, Lincolnshire, on 24 May 1860, the younger son of the Revd George Hutton, rector of Gate Burton, and his wife, Caroline, daughter of Robert Holden, of Nuttall Temple, Nottinghamshire...

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Charles Merivale (1808–1893) by unknown photographer © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Merivale, Charles (1808–1893), historian and dean of Ely, second son in the large family of John Herman Merivale (1779–1844), commissioner in bankruptcy, and Louisa Heath (1787–1873), daughter of Joseph Drury, was born at 14 East Street, Red Lion Square, London, on 8 March 1808. His father being a Unitarian and his mother an Anglican, he was brought up in a climate of undogmatic and practical piety. At the age of fifteen he joined the ...

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Henry Hart Milman (1791–1868) by George Frederic Watts, c. 1863 © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Milman, Henry Hart (1791–1868), historian and dean of St Paul's, born in London on 10 February 1791, was the third son of Sir Francis Milman, first baronet (1746–1821), physician to George III, and his wife, Frances (1754/5–1836), daughter of William Hart of Stapleton, Gloucestershire...