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date: 29 September 2020

Kelsall, Johnlocked

  • Richard C. Allen


Kelsall, John (1683–1743), Quaker minister and diarist, the son of John Kelsall (1650–c.1684), a tailor and later proprietor of an ale house, and Elizabeth, née Cragg (1660–c.1685), was born at Hart Street, near Covent Garden, London, on 18 September 1683. His parents died soon after, and with ...

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Religious Society of Friends, London
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