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date: 12 November 2019

Barkham, Johnlocked

(1571/2–1642)
  • T. F. Henderson
  • , revised by D. R. Woolf

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Barkham, John (1571/2–1642), antiquary and historian, was born in the parish of St Mary-the-Moor, Exeter, the eldest son of Lawrence Barkham of St Leonard's, Devon, and his wife, Joan, daughter of Edward Bridgman of Exeter. Having matriculated aged fifteen at Exeter College, Oxford...

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