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↑ Mary Watson & Thos. of Campsall had 6 sons: Thomas (1687-1772), Edmund, barrister-at-law (1688-1764), William (1689-1690), Henry, rector of Tewing, Hertfordshire (1691-1774), Nicholas, a merchant (1693-1731), and Francis, Principal of Brasenose College and Rector of Aynho, Northamptonshire (1694-1770).
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