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Langley, Henrylocked

(1610/11–1679)
  • Stephen Wright

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Langley, Henry (1610/11–1679), nonconformist minister, was the son of Thomas Langley, a shoemaker of Abingdon, Berkshire, and attended John Roysse's Free Grammar School in the town. On 6 November 1629, aged eighteen, he matriculated as one of several scholars of Abingdon from Pembroke College, Oxford...

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