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date: 25 February 2020

Owen, Edwardlocked

(1728/9–1807)
  • C. W. Sutton
  • , revised by Sarah Annes Brown

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Owen, Edward (1728/9–1807), Church of England clergyman and translator, was the third son of David Owen of Llangurig, Montgomeryshire. He matriculated at Jesus College, Oxford, on 22 March 1746, aged seventeen, graduating BA on 1 December 1749 and MA on 1 June 1752. He was appointed headmaster of the grammar school at ...

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