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Taylor, Thomaslocked

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Taylor, Thomas (1617/18–1682), Quaker minister and writer, was born at Carlton near Skipton in Craven, on the borders of Yorkshire and Westmorland, probably the son of Thomas Taylor of Ravenstonedale, Westmorland. Like his brother Christopher Taylor he was educated at Oxford and became a clergyman before eventually moving to Quakerism. He was licensed to preach and became lecturer at ...

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