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Bishop of London 1956 - 61. His Wikipedia page has many examples of his sharp wit. Died Westminster Hospital.
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Henry Montgomery Campbell, Bishop of London
The splendid A London Inheritance has found a booklet that was published to r...
A group of Baptists moved into the building 1845/1846 and occupied it, with its new name, but by 1852 they had disbanded.
Hymn-writer, poet, theologian and logician. Born Southampton. As a non-conformist he could not go to Oxford or Cambridge so went to the Stoke Newington Dissenting Academy and stayed connected to St...
Person, Music / songs, Religion
Artist, author, cleric and schoolmaster. He was a sketcher and collector of prints, and worked as a curate, before becoming a master, and then headmaster at Cheam School. In 1768 he published 'Ess...
Person, Art, Education, Literature, Religion
Prominent theologian and first head of the Diocese of Sourozh, 1962 until his death. Born as Andrei Borisovich Bloom in Switzerland. Brought up in Russia, Iran and Paris from 1923, where he studie...
Person, Religion, France, Iran/Persia, Switzerland
Active in 1901 as rector of St Andrew by the Wardrobe. From A lord mayor's diary, 1906-7: "Rev. Percival. Clementi-Smith . . . has a very good head of white hair and a fine healthy-looking, good-h...
Person, Religion, Canada