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date: 02 March 2021

Potter, Robertlocked

(1721–1804)
  • David Stoker

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Potter, Robert (1721–1804), translator and Church of England clergyman, was born in 1721 in Podimore, Somerset, the third son of John Potter (fl. 1676–1723), prebendary of Wells. His mother was descended from the Liversedge and Newborough families of Somerset. According to Potter's...

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