William Wilberforce (24 August 1759 – 29 July 1833) was an English politician,
philanthropist, ... His family opposed a return to Hull Grammar School because
the headmaster had become a Method...
Aug 12, 2011 ... The Wilberforce family were merchants by trade. William's grandfather had been
an apprentice to John Thornton, a merchant, and bought ...
William Wilberforce's descendants and ancestors. The Wilberforce family tree
includes 32 generations, from the 11th century to the present day.
Jan 10, 2011 ... After three centuries in the family, the expense of maintaining the Tudor house
has driven William Wilberforce, to put it on the market for £3 ...
William Wilberforce was born in Hull, to a wealthy family. At a young age he
moved to London where he lived with some nonconformist relatives. These
In the late 1700s, when William Wilberforce was a teenager, English traders
raided the African coast on the Gulf of Guinea, captured between 35,000 and
Apr 2, 2014 ... Learn about abolitionist William Wilberforce, whose 20-year struggle helped end
the slave trade in the UK, on Biography.com.
William Wilberforce, born August 24, 1759, was the only son of Robert and
Elizabeth Wilberforce ... The evangelist John Newton was a good friend of the
Genealogy of William Wilberforce born 25 Aug 1759 in Kingston upon Hull,
William Wilberforce was an English politician who became the voice of the
abolition movement in Parliament. ... He was born in Hull, into a rich merchant