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Dering, Heneagelocked

(1665–1750)
  • C. Bernard L. Barr

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Dering, Heneage (1665–1750), dean of Ripon and Latin poet, was born in St Bride's parish, London, on 7 February 1665 and baptized on 14 February, the eldest of four sons and five daughters of Christopher Dering (1625–1693), barrister of the Inner Temple, of ...

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