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Lemon, George Williamlocked

(1726–1797)
  • O. W. Tancock
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Lemon, George William (1726–1797), schoolmaster and writer, was born in Middlesex, of unknown parents. He was admitted sizar of Queens' College, Cambridge, on 8 March 1744 and graduated BA in 1748. Ordained priest at Ely on 18 March 1753, he was presented to the vicarage of ...

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