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Petyt [Petit], Williamlocked

(1640/41–1707)
  • Janelle Greenberg

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Petyt [Petit], William (1640/41–1707), lawyer and political propagandist, was born at Storiths, near Bolton Abbey, Skipton in Craven, Yorkshire, the son of William Petyt, a landowner and lawyer of Bolton Abbey and Barnard's Inn. He was educated at Skipton School and, according to the college's records, matriculated from ...

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