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Estwick, Sampsonlocked

(1656/7–1739)
  • L. M. Middleton
  • , revised by Susan Wollenberg

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Estwick, Sampson (1656/7–1739), musician and Church of England clergyman, was, according to Hawkins, one of the first set of children of the Chapel Royal under Henry Cooke, after the Restoration; however, this claim lacks support. Having matriculated at Christ Church, Oxford, on 4 April 1674, aged seventeen (registered among the commoners), he proceeded BA in 1677, MA in 1680, and BD in 1692. He was appointed chaplain of ...

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