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date: 25 February 2021

Bridge, Williamlocked

  • Richard L. Greaves


Bridge, William (1600/01–1671), Independent minister, was born in Cambridgeshire. He was admitted as a sizar at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, on 7 June 1619, graduated BA in 1623, proceeded MA in 1626, and became a fellow of the college. While a student at Cambridge...

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