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" MDFRJS. who died 1783. Here was buried in 1772, at least aged 104, one Russell, a person always known under the guise or habit of a woman, and answered to the name of Elizabeth, but at death proved to be a man. "
The Family Topographer: Being a Compendious Account of the Antient and ... - Page 171
by Samuel Tymms - 1832
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Eccentric biography; or, Sketches of remarkable characters, ancient and modern

BIOGRAPHY. - 1801 - 348 pages
...simplicity ! Most of the writings of this strange man have been translated into English. RUSSEL, ( — ) was always known under the guise or habit of a woman, and answered to the name of Elizabeth, as registered in Streatham parish, Nov. 21, 1662, but at death proved to be a man. He was buried April...
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Biographical Sketches of Eccentric Characters

Characters and characteristics - 1832 - 448 pages
...studied (though in his own peculiar manner) the welfare and prosperity of his country. ( ) RUSSELL, WAS always known under the guise or habit of a woman, and answered to the name of Elizabeth, as registered in Streatham parish, November 21, 1661, but, at death, proved to be a man. He was buried...
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Camden's Britannia epitomized and continued, Volume 1

Samuel Tymms - Counties - 1842
...and Mrs. Salusbury, the mother of Mrs. Piozzi, with inscriptions by Johnson; and James Price, MDFRJS. who died 1783. Here was buried in 1772, at least aged...1710 to 1723.. . In SUTTON Church was interred Isaac Littlcbury, the translator of Herodotus, who died 1710.—William Stephens, a political writer in opposition...
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The Church-warder and domestic magazine, Volumes 12-14

1858
...of Streatham, there is the following entry : " Russel, buried April 14, 1772.— NB This person was always known under the guise or habit of a woman, and answered to the name of Elizabeth, as registered in thi? parish, November 21, 1669, but at death proved to be a man." In speaking of this...
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Tales of Our Great Families, Volume 1

Edward Walford - Nobility - 1880
...those about him. To the entry of his burial is appended a note to the effect that " this person was always known under the guise or habit of a woman, and answered to the name of Elizabeth, as registered in this parish, November 21st, 1669, but at death proved to be a man." The father of...
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Gentleman's Magazine Library: Surrey. Sussex

England - 1900
...Salusbury, the mother of Mrs. Piozzi, with inscriptions by Dr. Johnson ; and James Price, MD, FRS, who died 1783. Here was buried in 1772, at least aged...character. Of this parish the learned controversial writer, Bishop Hoadly, was rector from 1710 to 1723. In Sutton Church are interred William Earl Talbot, who...
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