Efua Sutherland
Efua Theodora Sutherland (27 June 1924—2 January 1996) was a Ghanaian playwright, director, children's author, poet and dramatist. Her best-known works include Foriwa (1962), Edufa (1967), and The Mar...
Emily Frost Phipps
Emily Phipps (7 November 1865 - 3 May 1943) was a headmistress, a feminist, a barrister and an important figure in the National Union of Women Teachers.Emily Frost Phipps, the oldest of five children,...
Charles Wellbeloved
Charles Wellbeloved (6 April 1769 – 29 August 1858) was an English Unitarian divine and archaeologist.
Charles Wellbeloved, only child of John Wellbeloved (1742–1787), by his wife Elizabeth (Plaw)...
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Olivia Colman
Sarah Caroline Colman (born 30 January 1974), known by the stage name Olivia Colman, is an English actress. She first came to prominence for her supporting role as Sophie Chapman in the Channel 4 come...
William Ellis (missionary)
William Ellis (1794–1872) was an English missionary and author. He traveled through the Society Islands, Hawaiian Islands and Madagascar, and wrote several books describing his experiences.
He wa...
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Tamzin Merchant
Tamzin Merchant (born 4 March 1987) is an English actress. She is known for her role as Georgiana Darcy in the 2005 film Pride & Prejudice and for her role as Catherine Howard in The Tudors.As of...
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Lucy Green
Lucy Green' (born 1957) is a Professor of Music Education at the London University Institute of Education, UK. She had a key role in bringing the informal learning practices of popular, and other ve...
Edward Dewhirst
Edward Dewhirst (30 August 1815 – 4 February 1904) was a well-known South Australian minister of religion and educationist, born in Suffolk, England. His five children were also prominent in business ...
Robert Halley
Robert Halley (13 August 1796 – 18 August 1876) was an English Congregationalist minister and abolitionist. He was noted for his association with the politics of Repeal of the Corn Laws, and bec...
John Daniel Morell
John Daniel Morell (June 18, 1816 – April 1, 1891), British educationalist, was born at Little Baddow, Essex, where his father was minister of the Congregational church (1799–1852).Morell proceeded to...
Tony Little (headmaster)
Anthony Richard Morell "Tony" Little FRSA (born Uxbridge 1954) is a British schoolmaster. Little spent seven years as housemaster of Brentwood School, seven years as the headmaster of Chigwell School ...
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Leah Manning
Dame Elizabeth Leah Manning DBE (née Perrett; 14 April 1886 – 15 September 1977) was a British educationalist, social reformer, and Labour Member of Parliament (MP) in the 1930s and 1940s. She o...
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Cherie Lunghi
Cherie Mary Lunghi (born 4 April 1952) is an English film, television and theatre actress, well known to British audiences for her starring roles in many TV dramas. Her international fame stems from h...
Jan Ravens
Janet "Jan" Ravens (born 14 May 1958) is an English actress and impressionist, best known for her voices on Spitting Image and Dead Ringers.
She grew up in Hoylake, then in Cheshire, on the west s...
Samuel Dyer
Samuel Dyer 台約爾 (20 February 1804 – 24 October 1843), was a British Protestant Christian missionary to China in the Congregationalist tradition, who worked among the Chinese in Malaysia. He arri...
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William Johnson Fox
William Johnson Fox (1 March 1786 – 3 June 1864) was an English religious and political orator.
Fox was born at Uggeshall Farm, Wrentham, near Southwold, Suffolk on 1 March 1786. His parents were ...
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Edward Stallybrass
Edward Stallybrass (Royston, Hertfordshire, 8 June 1794 - 25 July 1884) was a British Congregational missionary to the Buryat people of Siberia. He translated the Bible into Mongolian.
A Congrega...
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Nick Hancock
Nick Hancock (born 25 October 1962, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire) is an English actor and television presenter. Probably TV's most well known Stoke City supporter, he hosted the sports quiz They Thin...
Samuel Blatchford (university president)
Samuel Blatchford (1767 - 1828) was the first president of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.He was born in Devonport, Devon, England in 1767. He was educated at the Dissenting College of Theology at H...
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William Jacobson
William Jacobson (1803–1884) was Regius Professor of Divinity at Oxford University (1848–1865) and Bishop of Chester (1865–1884).
The son of William Jacobson, a merchant's clerk, of Great Ya...
David Jones (barrister)
David Jones (1765–1816) was a Welsh barrister.Jones was best known as ‘the Welsh Freeholder’. He was born in 1765, the only son of John Jones of Bwlchygwynt, near Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, where hi...
Julie Covington
Julie Covington (born 11 September 1946, London) is an English singer and actress, best known for recording the original version of "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina".
She attended the girls' grammar s...
Miss Read
Dora Jessie Saint MBE (17 April 1913 – 7 April 2012),née Shafe, best known by the pen name Miss Read, was an English novelist, by profession a schoolmistress. Her pseudonym was derived from her mother...