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Dicconson, Williamlocked

(1654/5–1742)
  • Paul Hopkins

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Dicconson, William (1654/5–1742), Jacobite courtier and biographer, eldest son of Hugh Dicconson (c.1621–1691) of Wrightington Hall near Wigan, and his wife, Agnes (d. 1719), third daughter of Roger Kirkby of Kirkby, came from a Lancashire Roman Catholic gentry family, which occasionally (as in the 1660s) conformed outwardly. He had three brothers (including the Catholic bishop ...

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Lancashire Record Office, Preston
National Archives of the United Kingdom, Public Record Office, London
National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh
English Historical Review
London Metropolitan Archives
(1900–)
Royal Archives, Windsor Castle, Berkshire [with gracious permission of her majesty the queen]
Historical Manuscripts Commission