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Freke, Williamlocked

(1662–1744)
  • Martin Greig

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Freke, William (1662–1744), theological and mystical writer, was born at Hannington Hall, Wiltshire, the younger son of Thomas Freke and Cicely Hussey. He attended school at Somerford, Wiltshire. On 5 April 1677 he matriculated as a gentleman commoner from Wadham College, Oxford, but after two or three years he left without taking a degree, having been admitted to the ...

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