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Musgrave, Williamlocked

(1655–1721)
  • Alick Cameron

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Musgrave, William (1655–1721), physician and antiquary, was born on 4 November 1655, in Nettlecombe, Somerset, the third son of Richard Musgrave (d. 1686) of Nettlecombe, and Mary (1629–1683), daughter of George Bond. He was educated at Winchester College, being elected to a scholarship in 1669, and at ...

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