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Hall, Williamlocked

(1655–1718)
  • James Hogg

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Hall, William (1655–1718), Carthusian monk, was born in London. His father, perhaps named Thomas, was a pastry maker in Ivy Lane near St Paul's Cathedral, and his younger brother was Thomas Hall, a secular priest. Both brothers studied at the English College in ...

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