Person    | Male  Born 12/12/1837  Died 7/3/1883

John Richard Green

Categories: History

Historian. Born in Oxford. Took orders and was vicar of St Philip's, Stepney. Became a librarian in Lambeth and wrote a number of history books, e.g. "A History of the English People", "The Making of England".

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John Richard Green

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John Richard Green - W1

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