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    Bishop, William Chatterly (male) 1853 - 12/25/1897 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and Rector of Orsett.

    Bonney, Rev. Thomas George (male) 07/27/1833 - 12/10/1923 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Ordained priest and geologist; professor of Geology at both Cambridge and University College of London; wrote papers for Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society; wrote Charles Lyell and Modern Geology (1895) and other works. See ODNB.

    Burgess, Richard (male) 12/04/1796 - 04/12/1881 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Church of England cleric; chaplain to a congregation in Rome; by 1844 strongly opposed to Tractarianism. See Boase I: 478-9, ODNB.

    Butler, William Joseph (male) 1797 - 1869 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Rector St. Nicholas, Nottingham; published prose and verse. See William Wylie, Old and New Nottingham (London: 1843): 243; Royle and Larson, Archbishop Thomson's Visitation Returns for the Diocese of York, 1865 (Brothwick, 2006): 447.

    Christmas, Henry (male) 1811 - 03/11/1868 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Traveller, theologian, antiquarian, numismatist, and editor; visited Spain and Portugal extensively in 1842; member of the Royal Academy of Archaeology of Madrid; visited Greece and Turkey in 1850; translated poetry of Lamartine; editor of the Church of England Quarterly Review 1840-43, 1854-58; friend of Dr. Worthington. See Boase I: 617, ODNB.

    Cotterill, Henry (male) 1812 - 04/16/1886 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Senior Wrangler 1835; bishop of Grahamstown (1856-1871), bishop of Edinburgh (1872-1886); author of The Seven Ages of the Church (1849), Does science aid faith in regard to creation (1883) and other works. See Boase I: 727.

    Domett, Alfred (male) 05/20/1811 - 11/02/1887 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Writer and premier of New Zealand; traveled widely; barrister; published volumes of poetry in 1833 and 1839; emigrated to New Zealand in 1842; retired to England in 1871; published epic verse Ranolf and Amohia: a South-Sea Day-Dream (1872). See Boase I: 892, ODNB.

    Drew, George Smith (male) 1819 - 01/21/1880 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Cleric; incumbent of St. John's, London; promoted evening classes for young men; Vicar of Pulloxhill, Bedfordshire; Wrote Scripture Lands in Connection with their History (1860); fellow of the Royal Geographical Society; wrote for the Christian Observe and the Contemporary Review. See Boase I: 916-7, ODNB.

    Ellicot, Charles John (male) 04/25/1819 - 10/15/1905 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Bishop of Gloucester; professor of divinity at King's College, London. See ODNB.

    Hemming, George Wirgman (male) 08/19/1821 - 01/06/1905 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Law reporter and barrister; wrote An Elementary Treatise on the Differential and Integral Calculus (1848); First Book on Plane Trigonometry (1851); and Billiards Mathematically Treated (1899). See ODNB.

    Hughes, Thomas Smart (male) 08/25/1786 - 08/11/1847 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Historian and traveller; Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge; wrote Travels in Greece and Albania (1830); was Canon of Peterborough. See ODNB.

    Jones, Rev. Harry (male) 12/08/1823 - 09/30/1900 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Cleric, journalist, and writer; vicar of St. Luke's, Berwick Street, St. James; Rector of Saint George's-in-the-East; wrote Church of England and Common Sense; edited The People's magazine; wrote books on travel and other topics. See Boase V: 787-8.

    Kemp, Rev. Edward Curtis (male) 1795 - 06/10/1881 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Rector of Whissonsett, and Domestic Chaplain to H.R.H. The Duke of Cambridge; wrote A Small Dictionary for the use of the Poor (1826), The Refutation of Nonconformity (1836), and other works. See Boase II: 189.

    Kennaway, Rev. Charles Edward (male) 01/03/1800 - 11/03/1875 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge; vicar of Chippig Campden; wrote The Churchman's Brief Manual of Baptism in Four Parts (1840), Sermons, Practical, Historical and Doctrinal (1842), and other works. See Boase II: 194.

    Merivale, Charles (male) 03/08/1808 - 12/27/1893 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Dean of Ely, Roman historian; chaplain to speaker of the house of commons; wrote Fall of the Roman Republic (1853), History of the Romans under the Empire (1859-62), and other works. See Boase II: 849-850, ODNB.

    Merivale, John Herman (male) 08/05/1779 - 04/25/1844 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Lawyer and literary scholar; co-published Translations Chiefly from the Greek Anthology: with Tales and Miscellaneous Poems (1806), a poem Orlando in Roncesvalles (1814), and other works; frequent contributor to the Quarterly Review. See ODNB.

    Paley, Frederick Abthorp (male) 01/14/1815 - 12/08/1888 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Classical scholar; produced editions of Greek classical plays; converted to Catholicism in 1846. See Boase II: 1310, ODNB.

    Shaw, Thomas Budd (male) 10/12/1813 - 11/14/1862 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Translator of Russian literature; taught English literature in Russia; resided in St. Petersburg from 1841; wrote Outlines of English Literature (1848). See Boase III: 530, ODNB.

    Smythe, George Augustus Frederick Percy Sydney (male) 04/13/1818 - 11/23/1857 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Author and politician, and one of the leaders of the "Young Englanders"; published Poems from the Portuguese of Camoens (1803-1828). See Boase III: 790, ODNB.

    Stanley, Edward (male) 01/01/1779 - 09/06/1849 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Cleric, natural historian, and social reformer; Bishop of Norwich; patron of Ipswich Museum. See ODNB.

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