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date: 24 February 2020

Fulman, Williamlocked

(1632–1688)
  • Peter Sherlock

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Fulman, William (1632–1688), antiquary, was born in November 1632 at Penshurst, Kent, and baptized there on 21 December, the second of four children of William Fulman (1590–1663), carpenter, and his wife, Joan (d. 1675). His academic ability brought him under the patronage of ...

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