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  • 1 baptised — adjective Who has been baptised …

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  • 2 baptised — baptise (Brit.) v. perform ceremony of baptism by immersing in water (Christian ritual symbolizing admittance into the church); give a name to person during the ceremony of baptism (also baptize) …

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  • 3 baptised — adjective having undergone the Christian ritual of baptism • Syn: ↑baptized • Ant: ↑unbaptized (for: ↑baptized) …

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  • 4 bap. — baptised …

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  • 5 Infant baptism — Water is poured on the head of an infant held over the baptismal font of a Catholic church Infant baptism[1][2] is the practice of baptising infants or young children. In theologic …

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  • 6 Petrine Privilege — Petrine Privilege, also known as the Privilege of Faith or a decree in favor of the faith, is a provision in the Canon Law of the Roman Catholic Church granting a previously married person the right to marry under certain specific circumstances.… …

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  • 7 Christianization of Anglo-Saxon England — The Christianization of Anglo Saxon England was a process spanning the 7th century. It is essentially the result of the Gregorian mission of 597, which was joined by the efforts of the Hiberno Scottish mission from the 630s. From the 8th century …

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  • 8 Christadelphians — Main article Literature Bible Companion | Elpis Israel | Christendom Astray …

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  • 9 John Baughan — Infobox Person name = John Baughan caption = birth date = baptised on 5th May 1754 birth place = Cherington, Warwickshire death date = 25 September 1797 death place = Sydney death cause = residence = Dawes Point other names = Boughan Baughan,… …

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  • 10 Maurice Denys (Sheriff) — Maurice Denys, detail from Denys monumental brass of 1505 (see below) at Olveston Church, Glos. A non contemporaneous depiction made 39 years after his death …

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  • 11 New Apostolic Church — New Apostolic redirects here. For other uses, see New Apostolic Reformation. New Apostolic Church (NAC) New Apostolic church hall with emblem Classification Chilia …

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  • 12 Samuel Berdmore — was an English clergyman, the fourth son of Edward Berdmore of Worcester. He died on 24 Mar 1742/3.Educated at Charterhouse School, Samuel matriculated from Merton College, Oxford in 1693, gained his BA in 1697 and an MA from King s in 1706. He… …

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  • 13 James Squire — Infobox Person name =James Squire caption =Signature of James Squire birth date =1754 birth place =Kingston Upon Thames, England death date =16 May 1822 death place =Kissing Point, Sydney, Australia death cause =From illness over 3 months… …

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  • 14 Peter Monamy — was an English marine painter who lived between 1681 and 1749.Early life and familyPeter Monamy was baptised at the church of St Botolph’s without Aldgate, London, England, on January 12, 1681 (NS). He was the last known surviving child of Peter …

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  • 15 Lord Nicholas Windsor — Born 25 July 1970 (1970 07 25) (age 41) University College Hospital, London Other names Nicholas Charles Edward Jonathan Windsor Spouse Lady Nicholas Windsor …

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  • 16 Sebastião Fernandes da Costa — (Seia, Santa Marinha, December 17, 1842 [Baptised in Seia, Santa Marinha, on December 26, 1842.] ndash; August 27, 1889) was a Portuguese lawyer and politician.His parents were Manuel da Costa (b. Seia, Santa Marinha, [Baptised in Seia, Santa… …

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  • 17 Pedro de Almada Pereira — (Odemira, Vila Nova de Milfontes, [Baptised in Odemira, Vila Nova de Milfontes, on October 14, 1835.] ndash; Lisbon, May 24, 1911), was an Alentejan landowner, schoolmaster in Messejana and Aljustrel and journalist, Founder of the periodic O… …

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  • 18 Princess Henrietta of England — Henrietta of Wales Painting by Mignard Duchess of Orléans Tenure 31 March 1661 – 30 June 1670 …

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  • 19 Anglicanism — Part of a series on the Anglican Communion …

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  • 20 Christopher Marlowe — This article is about the English dramatist. For the American sportscaster, see Chris Marlowe. Christopher Marlowe …

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