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Askew, Egeon (1575/6–1637), Church of England clergyman, was a native of Lancashire. His family originated from Mulcaster, Cumberland, and lived subsequently at Kirby Ireleth, Lancashire, where Thomas Askew, probably Egeon's younger brother, was instituted vicar in 1606. Having matriculated from Queen's College, Oxford...

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Brand, John [Fitzjohn] (1743–1808), Church of England clergyman and political writer, was born on 6 November 1743 in Norwich, the son of John Brand, a tanner, and his wife, Hannah. His sisters, Mary and Hannah Brand, ran a well-regarded seminary for French education at ...

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Kidgell, John (bap. 1722, d. c. 1780), Church of England clergyman and political writer, was baptized on 28 April 1722 at St Mary Woolnoth, London, the son of John Kidgell of St Mary Woolchurch. He was admitted to Winchester College in 1733, and matriculated at ...

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Lawson, George (bap. 1598?, d. 1678), Church of England clergyman and political writer, was most probably baptized at Langcliffe, in the parish of Giggleswick, West Riding of Yorkshire, on 25 May 1598, the eldest son of Thomas Lawson (b. 1564), of Langcliffe...