C. W. Hillyear
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|C. W. Hillyear|
As depicted in "Kenealy, the Twelfth Messenger of God" (1915)
|Born||Charles Wells Hillyear|
Hounslow, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom
Watford, Hertfordshire, England, U.K.
Charles Wells Hillyear (1849 - 1930) was an English school master, author, publisher, and a follower of Edward Vaughan Kenealy, who Hillyear called the Twelfth Messenger of God and Imaum Mahidi.
- Hillyear, Charles Wells (1902), Monotheism versus Priestcraft, Watford: C. W. Hillyear, https://archive.org/details/monotheismversus00hillrich
- Hillyear, Charles Wells (1915), Kenealy, the Twelfth Messenger of God, and the Dictionary of National Biography: a Vindication, Watford: C. W. Hillyear, https://archive.org/details/kenealytwelfthme00hillrich/
- Hillyear, Charles Wells (1918), The Seven Ages of Man, Watford: C. W. Hillyear, https://archive.org/details/sevenagesofman00hillrich