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date: 23 February 2020

Nickolls, Johnlocked

  • Charlotte Fell-Smith
  • , revised by M. J. Mercer


Nickolls, John (1710/11–1745), antiquary, was born in Ware, Hertfordshire, the son of John Nickolls, a Quaker miller and grain merchant in the town. He was apprenticed to another Quaker merchant, Joseph Wyeth, of London and after serving his time became a partner with his father but continued to reside in ...

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Notes and Queries
J. Nichols, , 9 vols. (1812–16); facs. repr. (1966)