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date: 12 May 2021

Wray, Daniellocked

  • E. I. Carlyle
  • , revised by J. A. Marchand


Wray, Daniel (1701–1783), antiquary, born on 28 November 1701 in the parish of St Botolph, Aldersgate, London, was the youngest child of Sir Daniel Wray (d. 1719), a soap-boiler living in Little Britain, London, and his second wife, Elizabeth. His father was knighted on 24 March 1708, while high sheriff of ...

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