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Latey, Gilbertlocked

  • Charlotte Fell-Smith
  • , revised by Caroline L. Leachman


Latey, Gilbert (1626–1705), Quaker activist, was born at St Issey, Cornwall, in February 1626, and was baptized there on 20 March. He was the youngest son of John Latey, a prosperous yeoman, maltster, and innkeeper. His mother, whose maiden name was Hocking, was 'a gentlewoman born' and came 'of the best family then in the parish' (...

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