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    Browne, Rev. Richard Lewis (male) 1811 - 1884 English King's College, Cambridge

    Curate of Beeding; published Sussex Sermons (1854).

    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.

    Coleridge, Henry Nelson (male) 10/25/1798 - 01/26/1843 English King's College, Cambridge

    Barrister and writer; wrote Six Months in the West Indies (1826), Table Talk [conversation of Samuel Taylor Coleridge] (1835); wrote for the Quarterly Review and the British Critic. See ODNB.

    Colton, Charles Caleb (male) 12/11/1777 - 04/28/1832 English King's College, Cambridge

    A cleric, art collector, and gambler who wrote many epigrammatic aphorisms. his best-known work, Lacon, or, Many Things in Few Words Addressed to those who Think, was published in 1820. See ODNB.

    Creasy, Edward Shepherd (male) 09/12/1812 - 01/27/1878 English King's College, Cambridge

    English historian and barrister; wrote for Bentley's Miscellany; chief justice of Ceylon; prominent whig; wrote works on English Constitution (1848 and 1853), Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World (1851). See Boase I: 757, ODNB.

    Hodgson, Rev. Francis (male) 11/16/1781 - 12/29/1852 English King's College, Cambridge

    College head, cleric, and poet; frequent contributor of reviews, verses, and translations to periodicals; friend of Byron; poetic works include Lady Jane Grey (1809) and Leaves of Laurel (1812). See Boase I: 1495, ODNB.

    Matthews, Henry (male) 06/21/1789 - 05/20/1828 English King's College, Cambridge

    Judge and traveller; published The Diary of an Invalid (1820). See ODNB.

    Smith, Philip Vernon (male) 01/16/1845 - 01/10/1929 English King's College, Cambridge

    Ecclesiastical lawyer and authority on church history; wrote History of the English Institutions, The Law of Churchwardens and Sidesmen in the 20th Century, and other works; Chancellor of the diocese of Manchester. See his obituary in the Cheltenham Chronicle, 12 January 1829.

    Sumner, John Bird (male) 02/25/1780 - 09/06/1862 English King's College, Cambridge

    Archbishop of Canterbury; wrote Apostolic Preaching Considered in an Examination of St Paul's Epistles (1815) and A Treatise of the Records of Creation and the Moral Attributes of the Creator (1816). See Boase III: 829-30, ODNB.

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