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Sewell, Williamlocked

(1804–1874)
  • S. A. Skinner

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Sewell, William (1804–1874), clergyman and author, was born on 23 January 1804 and baptized on 13 January 1807 at Newport, Isle of Wight. He was the second son of Thomas Sewell (1775–1842), a prominent solicitor of Newport, variously recorder of the borough, twice its mayor, steward and deputy governor of the island, and of his wife and also first cousin, ...

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