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Potter, Johnlocked

(1673/4–1747)
  • Rebecca Louise Warner

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Potter, John (1673/4–1747), archbishop of Canterbury, was born in what was subsequently called Black Rock House, in Market Place, Wakefield, Yorkshire, the son of Thomas Potter, a linen draper of that town. There he was educated at the Queen Elizabeth Grammar School. The non-juror ...

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