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Flintoft, Lukelocked

(c. 1680–1727)
  • K. D. Reynolds

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Flintoft, Luke (c. 1680–1727), clergyman and composer, was a native of Yorkshire. He was admitted a sizar at Queens' College, Cambridge, on 6 July 1697 and took his BA in 1700. He was appointed a chorister at Trinity College in May 1698, chaplain of ...

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