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date: 03 April 2020

Jackson, Williamlocked

(1730–1803)
  • Paul Williamson

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Jackson, William (1730–1803), musician, painter, and author, was born in Exeter, Devon, on 28 May 1730, the son of an Exeter grocer, also named William Jackson, who squandered his 'little Fortune' (W. Jackson, Short Sketch, 58), became a clerk in the counting-house of ...

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