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Glanvill [Glanville], Josephlocked

  • William E. Burns


Glanvill [Glanville], Joseph (1636–1680), Church of England clergyman, was born in Plymouth, the third of three sons of the puritan merchant Nicholas Glanville (b. 1597) of Halwell, Whitchurch, Devon, and his wife, Joan. The only member of his family to drop the terminal ‘e’, ...

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