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Chevallier, Johnlocked

(1773/4–1846)
  • G. T. Bettany
  • , revised by Nicholas Goddard

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Chevallier, John (1773/4–1846), agriculturist, was the youngest son of the Revd Temple Chevallier (1731–1804), who was descended from a Jersey family, one of whom purchased the manor of Aspall, Suffolk, in 1720, and his wife, Mary, née Fiske. John originally joined the medical profession, but was later ordained; he was instituted into the perpetual curacy of ...

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Gentleman's Magazine
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