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Bullokar, John (bap. 1574, d. 1627), physician and lexicographer, was born in St Andrew's parish, Chichester, Sussex, and was baptized there on 8 November 1574, the third of four known children of William Bullokar (c. 1531–1609) and his wife, Elizabeth, née Diggons (...

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D'Oylie [Doyley, D'Oyly], Thomas (c. 1548–1603), physician and lexicographer, was the third son of John D'Oyly of Greenland House, Hambleden, Buckinghamshire, and his wife, Frances, daughter of Andrew Edmonds of Cressing Temple, Essex. Having been elected fellow probationer of Magdalen College, Oxford, in 1563, he graduated BA on 24 July 1564 and proceeded MA on 21 October 1569. His name appears in the account of a visitation to ...

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Minor, William Chester (1834–1920), military surgeon, asylum inmate, and contributor to the Oxford English Dictionary, was born on 21 June 1834 at Manepay, Ceylon, the elder child of Eastman Strong Minor (1809–1867), printer and Congregational missionary of Milford, Connecticut, and his first wife, ...