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  • 1 James Caldwell (clergyman) — Infobox Person name = James Caldwell image size = 200px caption = Artist s depiction of Caldwell at the Battle of Springfield birth date = April, 1734 birth place = Charlotte County, Virginia, U.S.A. death date = November 24, 1781 (aged 47) death …

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  • 2 Edmund Nelson (clergyman) — Infobox Person name = Reverend Edmund Nelson caption = The Reverend Edmund Nelson, painted by Sir William Beechey in 1800 birth date = 19 March 1722 birth place = Cambridge death date = death date and age|1802|4|26|1722|3|19|df=yes death place =… …

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  • 3 Thomas Gage (clergyman) — Thomas Gage (c. 1597 ndash; 1656) was an English clergyman.He was the son of the English Catholic gentleman John Gage, from 1622 a baronet, and his wife Margaret. The family were strong Catholics and were intermarried with other Catholic families …

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  • 4 John Preston (clergyman) — John Preston D.D. (1587 1628) was an English puritan minister of the church, and master of Emmanuel College, Cambridge.UpbringingJohn Preston was the son of Thomas Preston, a farmer, was born at Upper Heyford in the parish of Bugbrook,… …

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  • 5 John Fell (clergyman) — John Fell (June 23, 1625 – July 10, 1686), served as Dean of Christ Church, Oxford, and later concomitantly as Bishop of Oxford.BiographyThe son of Samuel Fell, also Dean of Christ Church, he was born at Longworth, Berkshire (now Oxfordshire) and …

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  • 6 James Davenport (clergyman) — James Davenport (1716 1757) was an American clergyman and itinerant preacher noted for his often controversial actions during the First Great Awakening. Davenport was born in Stanford, Connecticut, to an old Puritan family. Graduating from Yale… …

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  • 7 William Webster (clergyman) — William Webster (1689 1758) was a British clergyman in the Church of England and a theological writer.In 1740 Webster published a pamphlet on the wool industry called Consequences of Trade to the Wealth and Strength of any Nation, by a Draper of… …

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  • 8 John Jaques (clergyman) — John Jaques (1728 1800) was a clergyman of the Church of England. He was the son of Joseph Jaques of Coventry, a gentleman. Educated at Balliol College, Oxford, he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1748 and later a Master of Arts. He… …

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  • 9 William Dodd (clergyman) — William Dodd at the place of execution at Tyburn. William Dodd (29 May 1729 – 27 June 1777) was an English Anglican clergyman and a man of letters. He lived extravagantly, and was nicknamed the Macaroni Parson . He dabbled in forgery in an effort …

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  • 10 Thomas Ellis (clergyman died 1673) — Thomas Ellis (1625 ndash; April 1673) was a Welsh clergyman and antiquarian.LifeEllis was born at Ystumllyn, near Criccieth, Caernarvonshire. He matriculated at Jesus College, Oxford in 1640, graduating with a B.A. degree in 1644, and taking his… …

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  • 11 Nathaniel Stephens (clergyman) — Nathaniel Stephens (1606? 1678), was an English clergyman, ejected for nonconformity in 1662. He is now best known for his part in the early life of George Fox. He was a controversialist in the presbyterian interest, engaging also with Baptists,… …

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  • 12 John Cook (clergyman) — John Cook (13 April 1805 ndash; 31 March 1892) was a Presbyterian Church in Canada minister and educator from Quebec. He was born in Sanquhar, Scotland, and educated at University of Glasgow and University of Edinburgh. He served as a minister in …

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  • 13 Leopold Cohn (Messianic clergyman) — Leopold Hoffman Cohn (1862, Berezna, Hungary December 19, 1937, Brooklyn, NY) was founder and president of Chosen People Ministries, was educated in the Yeshivas of central Europe. Dr. Cohn lived in Hungary and shortly after his arrival to the… …

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  • 14 John Brown (clergyman) — John Brown (July 12, 1784 October 13, 1858), Scottish divine, grandson of John Brown of Haddington [cite book |last= Nicholls|first= John|editor= Cameron, Nigel M De S|title= Dictionary of Scottish Church History Theology|edition= First… …

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  • 15 Andrew Reed (clergyman) — Rev. Dr. Andrew Reed (November 27, 1787 – February 25, 1862) was an English Congregational minister and hymnwriter, who became a prominent philanthropist and social reformer. He was also the father of Sir Charles Reed and grandfather of Talbot… …

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  • 16 acolyte — n. Follower, attendant, under clergyman, satellite, henchman, retainer, acolythe, acolyth. See adherent …

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  • 17 CHURCH, CATHOLIC — Under the Roman Empire While a Catholic (i.e., universal ) Church came into being only at the Council of Nicaea in 325, a unified interpretation of the new religion of christianity had begun to emerge during the three preceding centuries, and… …

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  • 18 The Seal of Confession —     The Law of the Seal of Confession     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Law of the Seal of Confession     In the Decretum of the Gratian who compiled the edicts of previous councils and the principles of Church law which he published about 1151,… …

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  • 19 George Orwell — Eric Blair redirects here. For the politician, see Eric Blair (Ontario politician). George Orwell Orwell s press card portrait, taken in 1933 Born Eric Arthur Blair 25 June 1903( …

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  • 20 Deportation of Armenian notables in 1915 — Original copy of Instruction of the Ministry of the Interior on April 24 The deportation of Armenian notables, aslo know as the Red Sunday (Armenian: Կարմիր Կիրակի Karmir kiraki) refers to the night when leaders of the Armenian community of the… …

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