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Taylor, Henrylocked

(1711–1785)
  • Nigel Aston

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Taylor, Henry (1711–1785), religious controversialist, was born at South Weald, Essex, in May 1711 and baptized there on 17 June 1711, the second son of William Taylor (1673–1750), and his wife, Anne Crisp (1680–1739), daughter of Edward and Ann Crisp. His father was a ...

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