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Yalden, Thomaslocked

(1670–1736)
  • Nigel Aston

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Yalden, Thomas (1670–1736), poet and Church of England clergyman, was born in Oxford on 2 January 1670, the youngest son of John Yalden, esquire (c.1611–1670), an exciseman in Oxford after the restoration of Charles II, previously the king's page of the presence and groom of the chamber. ...

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