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Hall, Johnlocked

(1633–1710)
  • William Marshall

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Hall, John (1633–1710), bishop of Bristol and college head, was born at the vicarage in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, on 29 January 1633, the son of John Hall (b. 1598/9), vicar there, and his wife, Anne, and grew up in a predominantly puritan ambience. One uncle, ...

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