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date: 02 March 2021

Hooke, Luke Josephlocked

(1714–1796)
  • Thomas O'Connor

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Hooke, Luke Joseph (1714–1796), Roman Catholic theologian, was born in Dublin, one of three children of Nathaniel Hooke (d. 1763), historian of Rome, and his wife, Mary Gore, an English protestant. He was brought to Paris in the 1720s probably by his father, who acted as secretary to his uncle, ...

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Royal Archives, Windsor Castle, Berkshire [with gracious permission of her majesty the queen]
Royal Irish Academy, Dublin
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