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    Abbott, Rev. Thomas Kingsmill (male) 03/26/1829 - 12/18/1913 Irish Trinity College, Dublin

    Cleric, scholar, and educator; translated Kant's Critique of Practical Reason (1878).

    Acton, John Emerich Edward Dahlberg (male) 01/10/1834 - 06/19/1902 English St. Mary's College, Oscott

    Historian and moralist; born in Naples; proprietor of The Rambler and its successor, The Home and Foreign Review; leader of liberal Catholic movement; friend of Gladstone. See ODNB.

    Alexander, William (male) 04/13/1824 - 09/12/1911 Irish Exeter College, Oxford

    Archbishop of Armgh; held tractarian views; published theological works and verse. See ODNB.

    Armstrong, Edward (male) 03/03/1846 - 04/04/1928 English Exeter College, Oxford

    Teacher and scholar; taught at Rugby, and at Queen's College, Oxford; was leading English authority on the Italian Renaissance and Dante. See ODNB.

    Ashwell, Arthur Rawson (male) 12/09/1824 - 10/23/1879 English Trinity College, Cambridge

    Reverend, Principal of Oxford diocesan training; minister of Holy Trinity Church, Hanover Sq., London; edited the Literary Churchman (1864-1876) and the Church Quarterly Review (1876). See Boase I: 96-7, ODNB.

    Atchley, Edward Godfrey Cuthbert Frederic (male) 1869 - 1945 English

    English surgeon and Anglican liturgical scholar; a member of the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal College of Surgeons. Contributed essays "On English Liturgical Colours" and "Some Remarks on the Edwardian Prayer-Book" to Essays on Ceremonial (London: De La More Press, 1904); wrote The Peoples Prayers (1906), History of the use of incense in Divine Worship (1909).

    Ball, Rev. Charles James (male) 1851 - 1924 English

    University Lecturer in Assyriology, Oxford; Master in Merchant Taylors' School; chaplain of King's College; wrote The New Accadian (1889), Chinese and Sumerian (1913).

    Beresford-Hope, Alexander James Beresford (male) 01/25/1820 - 10/20/1887 English Trinity College, Cambridge

    M.P. for Maidstone and for Stoke; partner in Saturday Review; art collector; wrote many books, including Worship in the Church of England (1874); a founder of Church Quarterly Review. See Boase I: 1528-9, ODNB.

    Bishop, William Chatterly (male) 1853 - 12/25/1897 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and Rector of Orsett.

    Blackley, Rev. William Lewery (male) 12/30/1830 - 07/25/1902 Irish Trinity College, Dublin

    Cleric and social reformer; accomplished linguist; wrote "National Insurance a Cheap, Practical, and Popular Way of Preventing Pauperism" in National Century in 1878; director of Clergy Mutual Insurance Company. He also translated Swedish poetry. See ODNB.

    Bright, William (male) 12/14/1824 - 03/06/1901 English University College, Oxford

    Church historian; published A Statement of the Facts as to Certain Proceedings of the Bishop of Glasgow (1858); forceful lecturer at Oxford; wrote several histories of early Church. See ODNB.

    Brightman, Frank Edward (male) 06/18/1856 - 03/31/1932 English University College, Oxford

    Scholar and liturgist; librarian of Pusey House, Oxford; editor of the Journal of Theological Studies; wrote liturgies Easter and Western (1896), The English Rite (1915). See ODNB.

    Brown, Ernest Faulkner (male) 1855 - 01/31/1933 English Trinity College, Oxford

    Co-founder, Priest and Superior of the Oxford Mission Brotherhood in Calcutta; wrote From Nature to Christ: Four Lectures Delivered to Educated Hindoos (1881), The Pastoral Epistles (1917); Member of Cuddesdon Theological College (1877).

    Burrows, Montagu (male) 10/27/1819 - 07/10/1905 English Magdalen Hall, Oxford

    Historian and university administrator; served in British navy; active in church and political affairs; wrote regularly for The Guardian and founded two short-lived papers, the Church and State Review (1861) and The Churchman (1866); wrote and / or edited fifteen books. See ODNB.

    Butler, William John (male) 02/10/1818 - 01/14/1894 English Trinity College, Cambridge

    Dean of Lincoln; ordained priest 1842; V. of Wantage, Berkshire (1846-1881); chaplain Berkshire rifle volunteers; author of Sermons for Working Men (1847). See Boase IV: 564, ODNB.

    Church, Richard William (male) 04/25/1815 - 02/10/1890 English Wadham College, Oxford

    Ordained priest 1852; dean of St. Paul's 1871-1890; one of the founders of The Guardian; leading member of High Church party; many books including History of the Oxford Movement. See Boase IV: 662-3, ODNB.

    Churton, William Ralph (male) 1837 - 05/24/1897 English King's College, Cambridge

    D.D. Trin. College, Hartford, Connecticut; ordained priest 1861; author of The influence of the Septuagint version of the Old Testament (1861) and other works. See Boase IV: 664-5.

    Clark, John Willis (male) 06/24/1833 - 10/10/1910 English Trinity College, Cambridge

    Fellow of Trinity, Superintendent of the Cambridge University Museum of Zoology from 1866-1892, and Registrary of the University; Secretary of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society. He was a co-author of Architectural History of the University and Colleges of Cambridge (1886), and wrote other works. See ODNB.

    Collins, Bishop William Edward (male) 02/18/1867 - 03/22/1911 English Selwyn College, Cambridge

    Bishop of Gibraltar; Professor of Ecclesiastical History at King's College, London. See ODNB.

    Cotterill, Henry (male) 1812 - 04/16/1886 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Senior Wrangler 1835; bishop of Grahamstown (1856-1871), bishop of Edinburgh (1872-1886); author of The Seven Ages of the Church (1849), Does science aid faith in regard to creation (1883) and other works. See Boase I: 727.

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