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    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, John Rutherford (male) 08/22/1813 - 05/16/1856 English Lincoln College, Oxford

    Bishop of Grahamstown; influenced by Oxford Movement; wrote The Pastor in his Closet (1847), Sermons on the Festivals (1845), Tracts for the Christian Seasons (1848–9, 1849–50), Sermons for the Christian Seasons (1852–3), Tracts for Parochial Use (1852–3), and Parochial Sermons (1854); worked for church penitentiaries. See Boase I: 84-5, ODNB.

    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.

    Bromhead, Sir Edward Thomas F. (male) 03/26/1789 - 03/14/1855 Irish Caius College, Cambridge; University of Glasgow

    Landowner and mathematician; fellow of the Royal Society. See Boase I: 412, ODNB.

    Butler, George (male) 06/11/1819 - 03/14/1890 English Exeter College, Oxford; Trinity College, Cambridge

    Divine and schoolmaster; professor at Durham University; principal of Liverpool College; wrote Principles of Imitative Art (1852). See Boase IV: 562-3, ODNB.

    Cazenove, John Gibson (male) 1821 - 09/30/1896 English Brasenose College, Oxford

    Cleric; born in London; 1846-1848 was at the C. of St. Peters in Leeds; spent 1854-1878 as canon of Cathedral of the Isles (on the Isle of Cumbrae in Scotland); lectured at Edinburgh Theological College 1878-1891; wrote Some Aspects of the Reformation (1863) and other works; extensively contributed to the Christian Remembrancer. See Boase IV: 624.

    Chretien, Charles Peter (male) 1820 - 1893 English Brasenose College, Oxford

    Cleric; rector of Cholderton, dean and tutor of Oriel College; wrote An Essay on a Logical Method (1848), Lectures on the Study of Theology (1851). See Boase IV: 660.

    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.

    Coleridge, John Duke (male) 12/03/1820 - 06/14/1894 English Balliol College, Oxford

    Lawyer, judge, and politician; Lord Chief Justice of England. See Boase IV: 711-2, ODNB.

    Ellicot, Charles John (male) 04/25/1819 - 10/15/1905 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Bishop of Gloucester; professor of divinity at King's College, London. See ODNB.

    Freeman, Philip (male) 02/03/1818 - 02/24/1875 English Trinity College, Cambridge

    Fellow and Tutor of S. Peter's College, Cambridge; wrote Proportion in Gothic Architecture (1848), A Plea for the Education of the Clergy (1851), and other works. See Boase I: 1104, ODNB.

    Gauntlett, Henry John (male) 07/09/1805 - 02/21/1876 English

    Organist and music writer; Doctor in music; editor of Musical World; newspaper critic for the Sun, the Morning Post, the Morning Chronicle. See RLF # 1988, ODNB.

    Haddan, Arthur West (male) 08/31/1816 - 02/08/1873 English Brasenose College, Oxford; Trinity College, Oxford

    Ecclesiastical historian; 1841-2 curate for John Henry Newman; dean and vice president at Trinity College; wrote articles for the Guardian and for the Christian Remembrancer; wrote Apostolical Succession in the Church of England (1869), other works. See Boase I: 1271, ODNB.

    Keble, John (male) 04/25/1792 - 03/29/1866 English Corpus Christi College, Oxford

    English churchman and poet, one of the leaders of the Oxford Movement; wrote The Christian Year. See Boase II: 169-70, ODNB.

    Liddon, Henry Parry (male) 08/20/1829 - 09/09/1890 English Christ Church, Oxford

    Born in Hampshire; theological scholar; preb. of Salisbury 1864-70; canon of St. Paul's Cathedral (1870-1890); declined Bishop of Edinburgh; published numerous lectures and sermons. See Boase II: 425-6, ODNB.

    Marriott, Charles (male) 08/24/1811 - 09/15/1858 English Balliol College, Oxford; Exeter College, Oxford

    Church of England cleric and college teacher; disciple of John Henry Newman; principal of the Diocesan Theological College at Chichester; wrote Sermons Preached before the University and in other Places (1843) and other works; editor of the Literary Churchman. See Boase II: 745, ODNB.

    Maskell, William (male) 05/17/1814 - 04/12/1890 English University College, Oxford

    Divine; vicar of St. Mary Church near Torquay; converted to Catholicism in 1850; collected books on church rituals and ivory carvings; wrote Ancient Liturgy of the Church of England (1844) and other books. See Boase II: 780, ODNB.

    Massingberd, Rev. Francis Charles (male) 12/03/1800 - 12/05/1872 English Magdalen College, Oxford

    Cleric; chancellor of the diocese of Lincoln; wrote English History of the Leaders of the Reformation (1842), The Educational and Missionary Work of the Church in the Eighteenth Century (1859), The Law of the Church and the Law of the State (1859). See Boase II: 787, ODNB.

    Meyrick, Frederick (male) 01/28/1827 - 01/03/1906 English Trinity College, Oxford

    Old fashioned high churchman and author; Following 1850 ordination became tutor, dean, and bursar of Trinity College; wrote The Practical Working of the Church of Spain (1851); initiator and editor of the Foreign Church Chronicle and Review (1877–99). See ODNB.

    Mozley, Anne (female) 09/17/1809 - 06/27/1891 English

    Essayist and journal editor; edited Passages from the Poets (1837), Church Poetry (1843), Days and Seasons (1845), and Poetry, Past and Present (1849); edited Magazine for the Young; contributed to the Saturday Review, Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Christian Remembrancer. See ODNB.

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