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Care, Henry (1646/7–1688), writer and polemicist  

Lois G. Schwoerer

Care, Henry (1646/7–1688), writer and polemicist, was nicknamed Harry and known as Ingenious; he spelt his surname Care, rather than Carre, Carr, Carey, Cave, or Cane, as it sometimes appeared, but no evidence links him to others called Care of the era. Nothing is known of his parents, but an unidentified uncle was a friend of the whig printer ...


Lushington, Thomas (1590–1661), author and theologian  

H. J. McLachlan

Lushington, Thomas (1590–1661), author and theologian, was born at Sandwich, Kent, and baptized at Hawkinge, near Folkestone, on 2 September 1590, one of four children of Ingram Lushington (Lussyngtoun) and his wife, Agnes. He matriculated at Broadgates Hall, Oxford, on 15 March 1607, and graduated BA in 1616 from ...


Vaughan, Henry (1621–1695), writer and translator of devotional works  

Alan Rudrum

Vaughan, Henry (1621–1695), writer and translator of devotional works, was born at Newton by Usk in the parish of Llansanffraid (St Bridget's), Brecknockshire, the eldest known child of Thomas Vaughan (c.1586–1658), of Tretower, and Denise Jenkin (b. c.1593), only daughter and heir of ...