Robert Tyrwhitt
Robert Tyrwhitt (1735–1817) was an English academic, known as a Unitarian.
Born in London, he was younger son of Robert Tyrwhitt (1698–1742), residentiary canon of St Paul's Cathedral, by his wife...
Ricardian economics
Ricardian economics are the economic theories of David Ricardo, an English political economist born in 1772 who made a fortune as a stockbroker and loan broker. At the age of 27, he read An Inquiry in...
William Russell (merchant)
William Russell (11 November 1740 – 26 January 1818), Birmingham merchant, was a practical Christian, a practising Unitarian Dissenter, and a close friend and sponsor of Joseph Priestley. He pro...
Anna Letitia Le Breton
Anna Letitia Le Breton (née Aikin, 1808–1886) was an English author.
She was born into a distinguished literary and medical family of prominent Unitarians. Her father was Charles Rochemont Aikin, ...
James Chuter Ede
James Chuter Ede, Baron Chuter-Ede CH, PC, DL (11 September 1882 – 11 November 1965) was a British teacher, trade unionist and Labour politician. He notably served as Home Secretary under Clement Attl...
Thomas Collier (Unitarian)
Thomas Collier (c. 1615–c. 1691) was an English General Baptist preacher and Arian polemicist.
Thomas Edwards in his Gangræna alleged that Collier originally was an illiterate carter or husbandman...
Stopford Brooke (politician)
Stopford William Wentworth Brooke (1859 – 23 April 1938) was a British politician. He was a Liberal Member of Parliament (MP) from 1906 to 1910.
Brooke was born in Kensington, London, the s...
Arthur Powell Davies
A. Powell Davies (June 5, 1902 – September 26, 1957) was the minister of All Souls Church, Unitarian in Washington, D.C. from 1943 to his death in 1957. A prolific author of theological books an...
Tim Berners-Lee
Sir Timothy John "Tim" Berners-Lee, OM, KBE, FRS, FREng, FRSA, DFBCS (born 8 June 1955), also known as TimBL, is an English computer scientist, best known as the inventor of the World Wide Web. He mad...
Elizabeth Rayner
Elizabeth Rayner or Raynor, née Collier (1714–1800) was a British Unitarian benefactress.Mrs Rayner was the daughter of Jonathan Collier of Dalston (1676-1751), mercer and a Director of the South Sea ...
Edwin Durning-Lawrence
Sir Edwin Durning-Lawrence, 1st Baronet (2 February 1837 – 21 April 1914) was a British lawyer and Member of Parliament. He is best known for his advocacy of the Baconian theory of Shakespeare author...
Joshua Fielden (politician)
Joshua Fielden (8 March 1827 - 9 March 1887) was a British cotton manufacturer and Conservative politician.Fielden was the son of the Radical politician John Fielden of Todmorden, and his first wife, ...
Augustus FitzRoy, 3rd Duke of Grafton
Augustus Henry FitzRoy, 3rd Duke of Grafton, KG, PC (28 September 1735 – 14 March 1811), styled Earl of Euston between 1747 and 1757, was a British Whig statesman of the Georgian era. He is one of a h...
Joseph Priestley and Dissent
Joseph Priestley (13 March 1733 (old style) – 8 February 1804) was a British natural philosopher, political theorist, clergyman, theologian, and educator. He was one of the most influential Diss...
Paul Best
Paul Best (Hutton Cranswick c.1590 - Driffield, 1657) was one of the first British converts to the "Socinian" Polish Brethren, and one of the first Unitarians to be imprisoned.Best studied at Jesus Co...
Harry Toulmin (Unitarian minister)
Harry Toulmin (sometimes called Henry Toulmin) (April 7, 1766 – November 11, 1823) was a Unitarian minister and politician. The son of noted Dissenting minister Joshua Toulmin, Toulmin fled his native...
Richard Wright (Unitarian)
Richard Wright (7 February 1764 – 16 September 1836) was an English Unitarian minister, and the itinerant missionary of the Unitarian Fund, a missionary society established in 1806.
The eldest son...
Adrian Boult
Sir Adrian Cedric Boult, CH (/boʊlt/; 8 April 1889 – 22 February 1983) was an English conductor. Brought up in a prosperous mercantile family, he followed musical studies in England and at Leipz...
Leo Schuster
Leopold Schuster (1791 - 27 February 1871), was a German-born British cotton trader turned merchant banker, best known as the Chairman of the London and Brighton Railway and then the London, Brighton ...
Philip Wicksteed
Philip Henry Wicksteed (25 October 1844 – 18 March 1927) is known primarily as an economist. He was also an EnglishUnitarian theologian, classicist, medievalist, and literary critic.
He was the so...
Clementia Taylor
Clementia Taylor (née Doughty; December 17, 1810 – April 11, 1908) was an English women's rights activist and radical.Clementia (known as Mentia to her friends) was born in Brockdish, Norfolk, one of ...
William Popple
William Popple (1638–1708) was an English Unitarian merchant, the translator of John Locke's A Letter Concerning Toleration.
He was son of Edmund Popple, sheriff of Hull in 1638, who married Cathe...
William Sturch
William Sturch (1753?–1838) was an English Unitarian theological writer.
His great-grandfather, William Sturch (died 1728), was a general Baptist minister in London. His grandfather, John Sturch, ...
John Bowring
Sir John Bowring, KCB (Chinese translated name: 寶寧,寶靈 or 包令) (17 October 1792 – 23 November 1872) was an English political economist, traveller, miscellaneous writer, polyglot, and the 4th Governor o...
Richard Price
Richard Price (23 February 1723 – 19 April 1791) was a Welsh moral philosopher and nonconformist preacher. He was also a political pamphleteer, active in radical, republican, and liberal causes such a...
William Turner (Unitarian minister)
William Turner (1761–1859) was a Unitarian minister and educator who advanced the anti-slavery movement in Northern England, contributed to the development of intellectual institutions in Newcastle up...
Harriet Martineau
Harriet Martineau (/ˈmɑrtənˌoʊ/; 12 June 1802 – 27 June 1876) was an English social theorist and Whig writer, often cited as the first female sociologist.Martineau wrote many books and a multitude of ...
Martineau family
The Martineau Family were a political dynasty from Birmingham, England. Several members were particularly successful in civic affairs. They were also prominent Unitarians; to the extent that a room in...