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Hook, Jameslocked

(1772?–1828)
  • Richard Garnett
  • , revised by H. C. G. Matthew

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Hook, James (1772?–1828), dean of Worcester, was the son of James Hook (1746–1827), organist, and his first wife, Elizabeth Jane Madden (d. 1795); he was brother of Theodore Edward Hook. He was born in London, probably in 1772 (his son's biographer says June 1771, but as he is recorded to have entered ...

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