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Chishull, Edmundlocked

(1671–1733)
  • William Gibson

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Chishull, Edmund (1671–1733), Church of England clergyman and antiquary, was born at Eyeworth, Bedfordshire, on 22 March 1671, the son of Paul Chishull, a Church of England clergyman and Bible clerk at Queens' College, Cambridge, and his wife, Sibyl Douglas. He entered Winchester College...

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