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Stephanie Felicite

aka: Stéphanie Félicité, Comtesse de Genlis
borndied
1746, Jan 251830, Dec 31
a French writer, harpist and educator. The better to carry out her ingenious theories of education, she wrote several works for their use, the best known of which are the Théâtre d'éducation (4 vols., 1779–1780), a collection of short comedies for young people, Les Annales de la vertu (2 vols., 1781) and Adèle et Théodore (3 vols., 1782). Charles Augu...
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Abigail Fillmore

aka: Abigail Powers
borndied
1798, Mar 131853, Mar 30
wife of Millard Fillmore, was First Lady of the United States from 1850 to 1853. In 1814 Abigail became a part-time school teacher at the Sempronius Village school. In 1817 she becomes a full-time teacher and in 1819 she took on another teaching job and began to teach at the private New Hope Academy. Then, in 1824 she became a private tutor in Lisle to three...
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Charles Fleetwood

borndied
unknown1747
an English gentleman with an interest in theatre. He eventually became the manager of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, in partnership with Colley Cibber and, sometime later, Charles Macklin. The last of Fleetwood's inheritance was used to buy the patent for the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane from John Highmore in 1734. Highmore had owned half of the patent and Flee...
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Charles Follen

aka: Karl
bornactivedied
1796, Sep 61818-18391840, Jan 13
a German poet and patriot, who later moved to the United States and became the first professor of German at Harvard University, a Unitarian minister, and a radical abolitionist.
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Edmund Freke

aka: Freake, Freak
borndied
1516 ca1591
an English dean and bishop. He was born in Essex, and educated at Cambridge, gaining his M.A. there c. 1550. In 1565 he was appointed Canon of the sixth stall at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, a position he held until 1572. In 1579 he tried and then burnt a Norfolk plowright, Matthew Hamont, for heresy.
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