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    Barham, Richard Harris (male) 12/06/1788 - 06/17/1845 English Brasenose College, Oxford

    Writer and cleric; contributed to John Bull, the Globe and Traveller, the Literary Gazette, and Blackwood's; advisor to Richard Bentley; wrote Ingolsdby Legends. See ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Cazenove, John Gibson (male) 1821 - 09/30/1896 English Brasenose College, Oxford

    Cleric; born in London; 1846-1848 was at the C. of St. Peters in Leeds; spent 1854-1878 as canon of Cathedral of the Isles (on the Isle of Cumbrae in Scotland); lectured at Edinburgh Theological College 1878-1891; wrote Some Aspects of the Reformation (1863) and other works; extensively contributed to the Christian Remembrancer. See Boase IV: 624.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Chretien, Charles Peter (male) 1820 - 1893 English Brasenose College, Oxford

    Cleric; rector of Cholderton, dean and tutor of Oriel College; wrote An Essay on a Logical Method (1848), Lectures on the Study of Theology (1851). See Boase IV: 660.

    Crosse, Andrew (male) 06/17/1784 - 07/06/1855 English Brasenose College, Oxford

    B.A. in 1806, experimented with crystals and metallic solutions. See Boase I: 772, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Grenville, George Nugent (male) 12/30/1788 - 11/26/1850 Irish Brasenose College, Oxford

    Baron Nugent of Carlanstown; M.P. committed to parliamentary reform; anti-slavery and pro religious liberty; governor of Ionian Islands; wrote Portugal, a Poem, in Two Parts (1812); classicist and historian. See ODNB.

    Haddan, Arthur West (male) 08/31/1816 - 02/08/1873 English Brasenose College, Oxford; Trinity College, Oxford

    Ecclesiastical historian; 1841-2 curate for John Henry Newman; dean and vice president at Trinity College; wrote articles for the Guardian and for the Christian Remembrancer; wrote Apostolical Succession in the Church of England (1869), other works. See Boase I: 1271, ODNB.

    Hannah, John (male) 07/16/1818 - 12/29/1867 English Brasenose College, Oxford

    Church of England cleric and schoolmaster; attracted by Tractarians but never became an adherent; rector of the Edinburgh Academy and defender of church schools; wrote Poems by Sir Henry Wotton, Sir Walter Raleigh, and Others (1845); archdeacon of Lewes. See Boase I: 1318-9, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Heber, Reginald (male) 04/21/1783 - 04/03/1826 English Brasenose College, Oxford

    Bishop of Calcutta; edited The whole works of Jeremy Taylor, with a life of the author, and a critical examination of his writings (15 vols., 1822); pioneer of Anglican hymnography. See ODNB.

    Hole, Rev. Samuel Reynolds (male) 12/05/1819 - 08/27/1904 English Brasenose College, Oxford

    Cleric, author, and horticulturalist; curate and vicar of St. Andrew's Church, Caunton; Dean of Rochester; wrote A Book About Roses, A Little Tour in Ireland, The Memories of Dean Hole, Our Gardens.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Jones, Jacob (male) English Brasenose College, Oxford

    Barrister, inner temple; published Spartacus, the Roman Gladiator (London: James Ridgeway, 1837), Thoughts on Prison Labor (1824), The Anglo-Polish Harp (1836).

    Milman, Rev. Henry Hart (male) 02/10/1791 - 09/24/1868 English Brasenose College, Oxford

    Cleric and historian; Dean of St. Pauls; professor of poetry at Oxford; wrote drama and poetry: Fazio (1815), The Fall of Jerusalem (1820), and other works; wrote The History of the Jews (1830); translated Sanskrit works; published translation of Euripides (1865). See Boase II: 893-4, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Omerod, Thomas Johnson (male) 05/18/1810 - 12/02/1874 English Brasenose College, Oxford

    Theologian; archdeacon of Suffolk;  lecturer in Hebrew and Divinity at Oxford University.

    Smith, Isaac Gregory (male) 11/21/1826 - 01/17/1920 English Brasenose College, Oxford

    Vicar of Great Malvern; wrote The Ethics of Aristotle (1886), Fra Angelico: and Other Poems (1872). See ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Temple, Henry (male) 1827 - 06/30/1906 English Brasenose College, Oxford

    Moderate high churchman; head-master of Worcester Grammar School, Coventry Grammar School; rector of Oswaldkirk; wrote The Catholic Faith;, or, What the Church Believes, and Why? (1873). See Memorials of the Church of SS. Peter and Wilfrid, Ripon Vol 2 (1886): 351.

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