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Baker, Philiplocked

  • Margaret Lucille Kekewich


Baker, Philip (1522/3–1590?), college head, was born in Barnstaple, Devon, of a gentry family, and educated at Eton College. Admitted to King's College, Cambridge, in 1540, aged seventeen, he was a fellow in 1543–56, graduated BA in 1544–5, MA in 1548, BTh in 1554, and DTh in 1562. He was a proctor of the university in 1549–50, was appointed provost of ...

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C. H. Cooper & T. Cooper, , 3 vols. (1858–1913); repr. (1967)
J. Venn & J. A. Venn, , 2 pts in 10 vols. (1922–54); repr. in 2 vols. (1974–8)
King's College, Cambridge