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    Baring-Gould, Sabine (male) 01/28/1834 - 01/02/1924 English Clare College, Cambridge

    Church of England cleric, author, and folksong collector; curate at Dalton, Yorkshire; wrote Book of Were-Wolves (1865), Curious Myths of the Middle Ages (1866), Lives of the Saints, and other works; wrote over forty novels and over sixty religious works. See ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Peacock, John Wadham (male) 05/24/1855 - 08/31/1922 English Clare College, Cambridge

    Private secretary to the British Consul General in Northern Albania; wrote Albania: the Foundling State of Europe (1914); journalist; assistant editor of the Graphic, drama critic for The Globe.

    Riley, Henry Thomas (male) 1816 - 04/14/1878 English Trinity College, Cambridge; Clare College, Cambridge; Corpus Christi College, Cambridge; Exeter College, Oxford

    Translator and antiquary; barrister; inspector for Historical Manuscripts Commission; translated The Metamorphoses of Ovid (1852) and other works; wrote Dictionary of Latin Quotations (1856). See Boase III: 177.

    Seaman, Owen (male) 09/18/1861 - 02/02/1936 English Clare College, Cambridge

    Writer, journalist and poet; editor of Punch; professor of literature at Durham College of Science, Newcastle upon Tyne; barrister; wrote Horace at Cambridge (1895).

    Thompson, Rev. Edward (male) 1810 - 05/04/1860 English Clare College, Cambridge

    Rector of Keyworth, Notts; vicar of Kington, Herefordshire; edited the first 12 numbers of the Church of England Quarterly Review (1837-1839); minister of Charlotte Chapel, Pimlico; wrote Prophecy, Types, and Miracles, the Great Bulwarks of Christianity (1838); The political aspect and statistical account of Popery (1838). See Boase III: 935.

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