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Rigge [Rigg], Ambroselocked

(c. 1635–1705)
  • Richard L. Greaves


Rigge [Rigg], Ambrose (c. 1635–1705), Quaker preacher and writer, was born at Bampton, Westmorland. After studying at the Bampton Free School, he became a schoolmaster at Grayrigg, Westmorland. When in 1652 or 1653 he became a Quaker after hearing George Fox preach near ...

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