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Pickworth, Henrylocked

(c. 1673–c. 1738)
  • Charlotte Fell-Smith
  • , revised by M. J. Mercer


Pickworth, Henry (c. 1673–c. 1738), religious controversialist, was born in New Sleaford, Lincolnshire, the son of Henry Pickworth, a farmer of New Sleaford, and his wife, Sarah Everitt. He entered into business as a tanner and joined the Quakers, becoming an elder and overseer of the local monthly meeting. On 28 March 1696 he married ...

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