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==Early life and education==
Waggett was born on 27 February 1862 in [[Kensington, London]], England. He was one of four sons of John Waggett, a "distinguished London physician":<ref name="ODNB" /> his younger brother, Ernest, became a distinguished surgeon.<ref>{{cite journal |title=Obituary: E. B. Waggett, CBE, DSO, MB |journal=British Medical Journal |date=14 January 1939 |volume=1 |issue=4071 |pages=90–92 |doi=10.1136/bmj.1.4071.90 |url=https://www.bmj.com/content/1/4071/90 |access-date=26 November 2020 |language=en |issn=0007-1447}}</ref> He was educated at [[Charterhouse School]], an all-boys [[Public school (United Kingdom)|public school]] in Surrey.<ref name="WWW" /> He studied natural sciences at [[Christ Church, Oxford]], where he had been awarded an [[Exhibition (scholarship)|exhibition]], and he graduted with a [[first class honours|first class]] Bachelor of Arts]] (BA) degree in 1884.<ref name="ODNB" /> He was drawn to [[Anglo-Catholicism]] while studying for his first degree at Oxford University, coming under the influence of [[naturalCharles scienceGore]], at[[E. OxfordS. UniversityTalbot]], he[[Francis Paget]], and [[H. S. Holland]]. He then took a second degree in theology, and wasgraduated ordainedwith in thea [[Churchsecond of Englandclass]] BA in 18851985, after only one year of study.<ref name="ODNB" />
 
==Ordained ministry==