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Lambe, Thomas (fl. 1629–1661), Baptist preacher and soapboiler, must be distinguished from another Thomas Lamb, a merchant and also for a time a prominent Baptist. Lambe the soapboiler is probably first encountered at Colchester, Essex, where on 23 March 1619 he married Dorcas Prentice...

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Smith, Francis (d. 1691), bookseller and General Baptist minister, was the son of Francis Smith, a Yorkshire farrier from Bradford. No further information has as yet been discovered about his family background or his birth details. On 3 May 1647 he was apprenticed to ...

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Sturch, William (1753–1838), ironmonger and theological writer, was born at Newport, Isle of Wight, on 9 February 1753, the son of John Sturch (d. 1794), General Baptist minister of the Pyle Street congregation in Newport, and his wife, Mary. His great-grandfather William Sturch (...