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date: 13 April 2021

King, Williamlocked

(1650–1729)
  • S. J. Connolly

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King, William (1650–1729), Church of Ireland archbishop of Dublin, was born in Antrim town on 1 May 1650, the son of James King (still alive in 1701), who had emigrated to Ulster from Barra in Aberdeenshire and who was later said to have been a miller or a merchant. In 1658 he moved with his household from ...

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