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Young, Arthurlocked

  • E. I. Carlyle
  • , revised by B. W. Young


Young, Arthur (1693–1759), Church of England clergyman, was one of two sons of Bartholomew Young (d. 12 Aug 1724), landowner, of Bradfield Combust in Suffolk, and his wife, Katharine. He was admitted to Pembroke College, Cambridge, on 22 January 1711, graduating LLB in 1716 and proceeding LLD in 1728. In 1719 he was instituted to the rectories of ...

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