|Date of Birth||November 30, 1821|
|Place of Birth||England|
Frederick Temple was born on November 30, 1821 in England. He died on Dec 23, 1902 (age 81). Religious figurehead from England who served as Archbishop of Canterbury from the years 1896 till 1902.
Before he reached seventeen, he had already been awarded a scholarship to study at Balliol College in Oxford. In 1857, he was chosen to preach at his university, and the following year, in 1858, he began teaching at Rugby School. His grandfather, William Johnson Temple, was the Rector of Memhead in Devon, where the family was originally from.