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Mackail, Matthewlocked

(fl. 1657–1696)
  • [Anon.]
  • , revised by Helen M. Dingwall

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Mackail, Matthew (fl. 1657–1696), apothecary and physician, was the son of Hew Mackail (d. 1660), a clergyman who was appointed minister of Percietown in 1633 and was subsequently translated to Irvine and Trinity College Church, Edinburgh, and Sibilla Stevenson (d. 1665/6)...

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