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    Badham, Charles David (male) 08/27/1805 - 07/14/1857 English Emmanuel College, Cambridge; Pembroke College, Cambridge

    Naturalist; wrote Insect Life (1845), other works; contributed to Blackwood's Mag. And Fraser's Mag.; date of birth corrected from Wellesley. See Boase I: 123, ODNB.

    Black, Robert (male) 05/14/1829 - 04/08/1915 English Christ's Hospital, London; Pembroke College, Cambridge

    Writer, journalist, translator; wrote about horse racing and translated Francois Guizot's Popular History of France; contributed to Cornhill, the Athenaeum, Macmillan's, and other periodicals.

    Calvert, Reverend William (male) 1818 - 02/01/1880 English Pembroke College, Cambridge

    Minor Canon of St. Paul's; wrote The Wife's Manual (1854) Pneuma, or the Wandering Soul: A Parable in Rhyme and Outline (1856). See Boase I: 521.

    Elwin, Warwick (male) 1849 - 06/03/1908 English Pembroke College, Cambridge

    English cleric; curate of Beckenham, Kent (1884-92), vicar of St. Andrew, Worthing (1892-1900), rector of Booton, Norfolk (1900-07); wrote Absolution in the Bible: a Study of Evidences (1883), The Minister of Baptism (1890).

    Maine, Henry James Sumner (male) 08/15/1822 - 02/03/1888 English Pembroke College, Cambridge

    Jurist and journalist; member of the Apostles; professor of civil law; called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn; contributed to the Morning Chronicle; founding editor of the Saturday Review; wrote Ancient Law (1861); vice-chancellor of the University of Calcutta. See Boase II: 698, ODNB.

    Maltby, Edward (male) 04/06/1770 - 07/03/1859 English Pembroke College, Cambridge

    Bishop of Durham; fellow of University of London; wrote Illustrations of the Truth of the Christian Religion (1802), other works. See Boase II: 713, ODNB.

    Norris, Henry Handley (male) 01/14/1771 - 12/04/1850 English Pembroke College, Cambridge

    Church of England cleric; pre-Tractarian tory high-churchman; wrote A Manual for the Parish Priest (1815) and A Pastor's Legacy (1851); leader of the Hackney Phalanx, a group of high-church friends; active in the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge; co-owner of the British Critic. See ODNB.

    Soane, George (male) 11/28/1789 - 07/12/1860 English Pembroke College, Cambridge

    Novelist, playwright, and poet; wrote Specimens of German Romance (1826), The Night Dancers, an Opera (1846), and other works. Delete 1790 as year of birth; ODNB identifies the dob. as 28 Nov. 1789, followed by baptism on 18 Dec. 1789. See Boase III: 663.

    Venables, Edmund (male) 07/05/1819 - 03/05/1895 English Pembroke College, Cambridge

    Cleric and antiquary; chaplain to Bishop of London; wrote histories of churches, History of the Isle of Wight (1860, other works. See Boase III: 1084-5, ODNB.

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