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Jubb, Georgelocked

(1717–1787)
  • E. J. Rapson
  • , revised by John D. Haigh

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Jubb, George (1717–1787), Church of England clergyman, was the youngest of at least three sons of Thomas Jubb of York and was baptized at St Michael-le-Belfry in the city on 19 November 1717. He was educated at Westminster School from 1729, where he became a king's scholar in 1731. In 1735 he was elected to a studentship at ...

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