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Killigrew, Annelocked

(1660–1685)
  • David Hopkins

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Killigrew, Anne (1660–1685), poet and painter, was born in St Martin's Lane, London, the daughter of Dr Henry Killigrew (1613–1700), chaplain and almoner to the duke of York, master of the Savoy, and prebendary of Westminster, and his wife, Judith (d. 1683)...

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