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Smith, Johnlocked

(1655/6–1723)
  • Kathryn Ellis

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Smith, John (1655/6–1723), politician, was the fourth but only surviving son of John Smith (d. 1690), landowner, of South Tidworth, Hampshire, and his wife, Mary, daughter of Sir Edmund Wright, alderman of London. He matriculated from St John's College, Oxford, on 18 May 1672 aged sixteen, and two years later he was admitted to the ...

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