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Lindsay, Johnlocked

(1685/6–1768)
  • Alexander Du Toit

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Lindsay, John (1685/6–1768), nonjuring Church of England clergyman and writer, was probably a kinsman of Robert Lindsey, father of the Unitarian minister Theophilus Lindsey of Middlewich in Cheshire. Although he is described in his epitaph as an alumnus of Oxford, his name does not appear in the records of the university. After acting as attorney-at-law in ...

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