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    Abdy, Maria Smith (female) 02/25/1797 - 07/19/1867 English

    A niece of the humorists James and Horace Smith; wrote for the annuals and for the New Monthly Magazine and the Metropolitan Magazine. See Boase I: 3, ODNB.

    Alexander, Rev. John (male) 12/19/1792 - 07/31/1868 English

    Chairman of the Congregational Union of England and Wales; wrote The Preacher from the Press (1838). See Boase I: 43.

    Aveling, Thomas William Baxter (male) 05/11/1815 - 07/03/1884 English

    Congregational minister, author, and memorialist; pastor of Kingsland Church in Hackney; wrote Memorials of the Clayton Family (1867). See Boase I: 110, ODNB.

    Baker, Edward Knight (male) 01/05/1805 - 01/20/1885 English

    Printer for London Missionary Society; Congregationalist preacher; missionary in Madagascar; minister at Morphet Vale, South Australia.

    Barton, Bernard (male) 01/31/1784 - 03/19/1849 English

    Bank clerk, produced 8 volumes of poetry; friend of Charles Lamb; his last volume of poems appeared in 1845. See ODNB.

    Bickersteth, Rev. Edward (male) 03/19/1786 - 02/26/1851 English

    Missionary in Sierra Leone; minister at Watton, Hertfordshire; active in Evangelical Alliance. See ODNB.

    Boase, George Clement (male) 08/25/1810 - 05/23/1880 English Queens' College, Cambridge

    Cleric and banker; member of the Catholic Apostolic Church; wrote To Husbands, Fathers and Brothers . . . (1848), Thoughs and Memories in Verse (1876). See Boase I: 321.

    Bradford, Captain (male) unknown

    Burder, Dr. Henry Forster (male) 11/27/1783 - 12/29/1864 English University of Glasgow

    Nonconformist minister; cofounder of Congregational Union; professor of philosophy and mathematics at Hoxton college; wrote Pastoral Discourses on Revivals in Religion (1829) and other works. See Boase I: 476, ODNB.

    Campbell, Rev. William (male) English

    Missionary in Bangalore; Congregational minister at Croydon; wrote British India (1839)

    Carne, John (male) 06/18/1789 - 04/19/1844 English Queens' College, Cambridge

    Traveller and author; wrote Poems containing the Indian and Lazarus (1820); travelled in the Middle East and wrote accounts of his travels in the NMM. See ODNB.

    Chester, Rev. Richard (male) 10/07/1811 - 02/06/1883 Irish

    Curate of the Cathedral of St. Coleman, Cloyne; wrote Poems Historical and Miscellaneous (1849).

    Conder, Francis Roubiliac (male) 1815 - 12/18/1889 English

    British civil engineer and railway contractor; philanthropist and author; wrote The trinity of Italy; or, The pope, the Bourbon, and the victor; being historical revelations of the past, present, and future of Italy (1867), The Child's History of Jerusalem (1874); A Handbook to the Bible (1879).

    Conder, Josiah (male) 09/17/1789 - 12/27/1855 English

    Bookseller, poet, and prolific writer; contributed poetry to several periodicals; editor and proprietor of Eclectic Review; wrote On Protestant Nonconformity (1818) and other works; editor of the Patriot. See Boase I: 690, ODNB.

    Conder, Mrs. Josiah (female) English

    Born Joan Elizabeth Thomas; married Josiah Conder on February 8, 1815.

    Cowell, Elizabeth Susan (female) 1812 - 1899 English

    Née Charlesworth, wife of orientalist Edward Byles Cowell, wrote Historical Reveries by a Suffolk Villager (1839), Chronological Rhymes of English History (1844). See “East Anglican Ancesters, Family of Edward Byles Cowell,” http://eastanglianancestors.co.uk/fam12406.html.

    Cox, Rev. Francis Augustus (male) 03/07/1783 - 09/05/1853 English University of Edinburgh

    Baptist minister at Clipstone, Northamptonshire and at Hackney; secretary to organization of dissenting ministers; projector of London University; wrote Female Scripture Biography (1817) and other works. See Boase I: 741, ODNB.

    Dale, Rev. Thomas (male) 08/22/1797 - 05/14/1870 English Christ's College, Cambridge; Christ's Hospital, London

    Cleric and academic; professor of English Language and Literature at London University; vicar of St. Pancras, Dean of Rochester; wrote The Widow of Nairn (1817); translated the Tragedies of Sophocles (1824); Poetical Works (1836); edited the Iris. See Boase I: 802, ODNB.

    Doran, Rev. John W. (male) Irish University of Dublin

    Missionary; assisted at the Syrian College at Travancore; Rector of Beeston in Norfolk

    Dyer, Rev. John (male) 1783 - 07/22/1841 English

    Secretary of the Baptist Missionary Society; minister at Hosier's Lane, Reading

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