Annibale Albani
Annibale Albani (15 August 1682 – 21 September 1751) was an Italian Cardinal.Albani was born in Urbino, to Albanian parents. A cousin of Pope Clement XI, he became Cardinal Bishop of Sabina (1711). H...
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Haquin Spegel
Haquin Spegel (Haqvin) (June 14, 1645 – April 17, 1714), born Håkan Spegel in Ronneby in south-east Sweden, was a religious author and hymn writer who held several bishop's seats.
In 1675, the Kin...
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Erik Benzelius the Elder
Erik Benzelius (the Elder) (16 December 1632 – 17 February 1709) was a Swedish theologian and Archbishop of Uppsala.Benzelius was born at the Bentseby farm in the parish of Luleå in northern Sweden, s...
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Erik Benzelius the younger
Erik Benzelius the younger (January 27, 1675 in Uppsala – September 23, 1743) was a priest, theologian, librarian, bishop of Linköping, 1731-1742 and Archbishop of Uppsala, Sweden, 1742–1743. He...
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Diana Beauclerk, Duchess of St Albans
Diana Beauclerk, Duchess of St Albans (c. 1679–15 January 1742), born Lady Diana de Vere, was a British courtier. She was Mistress of the Robes to Caroline, Princess of Wales from 1714 to 1717.S...
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Eugenios Voulgaris
Eugenios Voulgaris or Boulgaris (Greek: Εὐγένιος Βούλγαρις or Βούλγαρης, Russian: Евгений Булгарский, Евгений Булгар, Bulgarian: Евгений Български, Евгений Българин; 1716–1806) was a Gre...
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Basile Petros IV Avkadian
Basile Petros IV Avkadian (in Armenian Բարսեղ Պետրոս Դ. Աւգատեան ) was an Armenian Catholic Patriarch from Aleppo, Syria from 1780 until 1788. He started as part of the St. Antonin Order. He served th...
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Jakob Benzelius
Jakob Benzelius (February 25, 1683, Uppsala – June 29, 1747) was Archbishop of Uppsala in the Church of Sweden from 1744 to his death.Jakob Benzelius studied at Uppsala University, graduated as filoso...
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Patriarch Cosmas III of Constantinople
Cosmas III was the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from 1714 to 1716. He also served as Greek Patriarch of Alexandria under the episcopal name Cosmas II from 1723 until his death in 1736. A Cop...
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William Beveridge (bishop)
William Beveridge (1637–1708) was an English Bishop of St Asaph.
He was born at Barrow, near Leicester, and baptised there on 21 February 1637. He was educated at St John's College, Cambridge, and...
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Ernest Augustus, Duke of York and Albany
Ernest Augustus, Duke of York and Albany (Ernest Augustus 17 September 1674 – 14 August 1728) was the younger brother of George I of Great Britain. Ernest was a soldier, and served with some distincti...
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Robert Forbes (bishop)
Robert Forbes (1708–1775) was the bishop of Ross and Caithness for the Scottish Episcopal Church.
Forbes was born in 1708 at Rayne in Aberdeenshire, where his father was schoolmaster. He was educa...
Louis-Mathias, Count de Barral
Louis-Mathias, Count de Barral (26 April 1746 – 7 June 1816) was a French church figure.He was born at Grenoble and was educated for the priesthood at the seminary of St. Sulpice, in Paris, and ...
Jean-Baptiste de Belloy
Jean-Baptiste de Belloy (9 October 1709, Morangles, Diocese of Beauvais – Paris, 10 June 1808) was an Archbishop of Paris and cardinal of the Catholic Church.
Although of an ancient family o...
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Ferdinando d'Adda
Ferdinando d'Adda (27 August 1649 – 27 January 1719) was a Roman Catholic Cardinal, bishop and diplomat. As a member of the family of the counts of Adda, he was a kinsman of Pope Innocent XI, w...
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Johannes Browallius
Johannes Browallius (1707–1755) was a Finnish and Swedish Lutheran theologian, physicist, botanist and one-time friend of Swedish taxonomist Carl Linnaeus.He was a Professor of Physics from 1737–46, P...
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David Nitschmann der Bischof
David Nitschmann der Bischof (David Nitschmann the Bishop, December 18, 1695/1696, Zauchtenthal/Suchdol nad Odrou, Northern Moravia - October 5, 1772, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA) was with Johann Leo...
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Innocent of Irkutsk
St. Innocent of Irkutsk (Russian: Иннокентий Иркутский, c. 1680-November 27, 1731) was a missionary to Siberia and the first bishop of Irkutsk in Russia.In 1721 he was consecrated bishop of Pereya...
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Kiril Zhivkovich
Kiril Živković also spelled Kiril Zhivkovich (Bulgarian: Кирил Живкович, Serbian Cyrillic: Кирил Живковић; 1730 – 1807) was a Bulgarian and Serbian writer and Orthodox bishop.According to Kyri...
Francesco Acquaviva
Francesco Acquaviva (1665 at Naples – 1723) was an Italian Cardinal.His background was from the Acquaviva family, which included the Dukes of Atri. He filled various offices under Popes Innocent XI, A...
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Francis Asbury
Francis Asbury (/æzbəri/, August 20, 1745 – March 31, 1816) was one of the first two bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States. As a young man in October 1771, the Englishman trav...
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