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Worthington, Williamlocked

(1703–1778)
  • Thompson Cooper
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Worthington, William (1703–1778), Church of England clergyman and religious writer, son of Thomas Worthington of Aberhafesb, Montgomeryshire, was educated at Oswestry School. He matriculated from Jesus College, Oxford, on 9 May 1722, aged eighteen, and graduated BA on 22 February 1726. He then became usher in the school at ...

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