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    Barham, Thomas Foster (male) 09/10/1794 - 03/03/1869 English Queens' College, Cambridge

    Classicist and scholar; contributed to Cornish scientific societies; wrote Introduction to Greek Grammar (1829), Greek Roots in English Rhymes (1837). See Boase I: 161-2, ODNB.

    Boase, George Clement (male) 08/25/1810 - 05/23/1880 English Queens' College, Cambridge

    Cleric and banker; member of the Catholic Apostolic Church; wrote To Husbands, Fathers and Brothers . . . (1848), Thoughs and Memories in Verse (1876). See Boase I: 321.

    Brydges, Sir Samuel Egerton (male) 11/30/1762 - 09/08/1837 English Queens' College, Cambridge

    First baronet, styled thirteenth Baron Chandos (1762–1837); antiquarian; published Sonnets and other Poems (1785); wrote on Milton and Gray. See ODNB.

    Carne, John (male) 06/18/1789 - 04/19/1844 English Queens' College, Cambridge

    Traveller and author; wrote Poems containing the Indian and Lazarus (1820); travelled in the Middle East and wrote accounts of his travels in the NMM. See ODNB.

    Crummell, Alexander (male) 03/03/1819 - 09/10/1898 American Queens' College, Cambridge

    Pioneering African-American minister; ordained as Episcopal priest; studied in England; spent many years in Liberia; Rector of St. Luke's Church, Washington D.C.

    Moule, Horatio Mosley (male) 05/30/1832 - 09/21/1873 English Queens' College, Cambridge; Trinity College, Oxford

    Government inspector of workhouses; used the first name Horace; known as friend of Thomas Hardy. See Boase II: 1003.

    Savile, Charles Stuart (male) 02/24/1816 - 03/01/1870 English Queens' College, Cambridge

    Novelist and diplomat; wrote Karah Kaplan; or, The Koordish Chief (1842), Leonard Normandale: or, The Three Brothers (1850), other works. See Boase III: 425.

    Walond, Robert Francis (male) 1810 English Queens' College, Cambridge

    Wrote Paddiana; or Scraps and Sketches of Irish Life (1847). Wellesley gives his last name as Walrond.

    Warburton, Bartholomew Elliot George (male) 1810 - 01/04/1852 Irish Queens' College, Cambridge; Trinity College, Cambridge

    Travel writer; wrote The Crescent and the Cross (1844), Zoe: an Episode of the Greek War (1847), Memoirs of Prince Rupert and the Cavaliers (1849); editor of Memoirs of Horace Walpole and His Contemporaries (1851). See Boase III: 1185-6, ODNB.

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