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    Arnold, Frederick (male) 01/02/1833 - 1891 English Christ Church, Oxford; Christ's College, Cambridge; University of Glasgow

    Divine; add to Wellesley born 2 Jan. 1833. See Boase IV:169-170.

    Barnard, Rev. Mordaunt (male) 12/05/1795 - 10/29/1885 English Christ's College, Cambridge

    Rector of Preston Bagot and justice of the peace; wrote The Education of the Christian Minister (1821), A Translation of the Odyssey into English Blank Verse (1876).

    Bernal, Ralph (male) 10/02/1783 - 08/26/1854 English Christ's College, Cambridge

    M.P.; president of British Archeological Association; collected works of art; see Boase I: 255, ODNB.

    Budge, Rev. Edward (male) 1799 - 08/03/1865 English Christ's College, Cambridge

    Theolgian, geologist, and general writer; rector of Bratton Clovelly, Devon; Posthumous Gleanings (1866) included essays he had written for the Saturday Review. See Boase I: 467, 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.

    Hales, John Wesley (male) 10/05/1836 - 05/19/1914 English University of Glasgow; Christ's College, Cambridge

    Professor of English Literature at King's College, London.

    Isaacson, Stephen (male) 02/17/1798 - 04/07/1849 English Christ's College, Cambridge

    Cleric and writer; frequent contributor to Gentleman's Magazine; anti-abolitionist. See ODNB.

    Middleton, Charles Henry (male) 1819 - 01/03/1852 English Christ's College, Cambridge; Christ's Hospital, London

    Lieut. Madras Infantry; eldest son of Gen. Charles Middleton (1787-1854).

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