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Muggleton, Lodowicke (1609-1698) ONDB "Life of the Day"

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  • Michael Robinson
    Muggleton, Lodowicke (1609-1698), co-founder of Muggletonianism, was born in July 1609 in Walnut Tree Yard (later New Street), off Bishopsgate Street,
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 14 2:18 AM
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      Muggleton, Lodowicke (1609-1698), co-founder of Muggletonianism, was
      born in July 1609 in Walnut Tree Yard (later New Street), off
      Bishopsgate Street, London, the youngest of three children of John
      Muggleton, a farrier, and his first wife, Mary (1576/7-1612), possibly
      formerly Mary Mayles.

      http://www.oxforddnb.com/public/lotw/1.html
    • Terry Foreman
      Thanks, Michael, for another reminder of what s going on beyond Pepys s ken or focus. In a 2001 review on H-NET of a collection of key Muggletonian writings,
      Message 2 of 2 , Mar 14 9:11 AM
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        Thanks, Michael, for another reminder of what's going on beyond Pepys's ken
        or focus.

        In a 2001 review on H-NET of a collection of key Muggletonian writings, Ted
        Vallance , Department of History, University of Sheffield says appropriately,

        "The Muggletonians are, in historical terms, the coelacanths of the radical
        religious sects of seventeenth-century England. Long thought extinct, they
        resurfaced in the twentieth century, the emergence of their archive in the
        1970s happily coinciding with a re-awakening of academic interest in these
        sectarian groups."
        http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=143081006374629

        Terry F

        At 09:18 AM 3/14/2007 +0000, you wrote:
        >Muggleton, Lodowicke (1609-1698), co-founder of Muggletonianism, was
        >born in July 1609 in Walnut Tree Yard (later New Street), off
        >Bishopsgate Street, London, the youngest of three children of John
        >Muggleton, a farrier, and his first wife, Mary (1576/7-1612), possibly
        >formerly Mary Mayles.
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        >http://www.oxforddnb.com/public/lotw/1.html
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