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    Cook, Edward Tyas (male) 1857 - 1919 unknown New College, Oxford

    Journalist; editor of the Pall Mall Gazette, the Westminster Gazette, and the Daily News; wrote biographies of John Delane, Florence Nightingale, and John Ruskin.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Daubeny, Charles (male) 1745 - 07/10/1827 English New College, Oxford

    Church of England high church cleric and religious controversialist; traveled widely, built churches and schools; wrote A Guide to the Church, in Several Discourses (1798) and other works. See ODNB.

    Haverfield, Francis John (male) 11/08/1860 - 10/01/1919 English New College, Oxford

    Historian; Camden Professor of Ancient History at Oxford; expert on Roman Britain; wrote The Romanization of Roman Britain (1905), The Roman Occupation of Britain (1924), and other works.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Image, Selwyn (male) 02/17/1849 - 08/21/1930 English New College, Oxford

    Clergyman, designer, particularly of stained glass windows, and poet. See ODNB.

    Legg, John Wickam (male) 12/28/1843 - 10/28/1921 English New College, Oxford

    Doctor and liturgical scholar; member of Royal College of Surgeons; fellow of the Society of Antiquities; wrote Some Principles and Services of the Prayer Book Historically Considered (1899), Ecclesiological Essays (1905), other works. See ODNB.

    Morshead, Edmund Doidge Anderson (male) 1849 - 10/24/1912 English New College, Oxford

    Classical scholar and teacher; taught at Winchester College; translated plays of Aeschylus into English.

    Power, D'arcy (male) 11/11/1855 - 05/18/1941 English New College, Oxford; Exeter College, Oxford

    Surgeon and medical historian; contributed about 200 articles to the Dictionary of National Biography;  wrote textbooks and articles for medical journals.

    Rashdall, Hastings (male) 06/24/1858 - 02/09/1924 English New College, Oxford

    Philosopher, theologian, and historian; Fellow and lecturer of Hertford College, Oxford; wrote The Universities of Europe in the Middle Ages (1895), Doctrine and Development. The Theory of Good and Evil (1907), other works. See ODNB.

    Smith, Sydney (male) 06/03/1771 - 02/22/1845 English New College, Oxford

    Author and wit; one of the founders of the Edinburgh Review; wit in London 1803-1808; canon of St. Paul's. See ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Turner, Cuthbert Hamilton (male) 07/07/1860 - 10/10/1930 English New College, Oxford

    Ecclesiastical scholar and biblical historian. See ODNB.

    Wordsworth, John (male) 09/21/1843 - 08/16/1911 English New College, Oxford

    Bishop of Salisbury; chaplain of Brasenose college; a Latin scholar he published Fragments and Specimens of Early Latin (1874); Old Latin Biblical Texts (the four gospels) printed 1889-1895; in Brampton lectures compared Christianity with other religions. See ODNB.

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