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Dr. Samuel 
Croxall
post 1670 - 1752


Dr. Samuel 
Croxall
, dsp The Poet and literary editor who died 13 Feb 1752? i.e. Samuel Croxall, D.D., who's well-known Aesop's Fables were published in 1722, was the son of the Rev. Samuel Croxall, rector of Hanworth, and of Walton on Thames. Suffolk: West Stow, Wordwell - West Stow Parish Registers 1558-1850 and Wordwell Parish Registers, 1580-1850 (Christenings, Marriages, Burials) Monumental Inscriptions. Edward Proger. No. 3. County: Suffolk Country: England I have already mentioned that the very interesting letters written to Edward Proger and printed in the Europaean Magazine for 1798 , vols. 33, 34, belonged to Dr. Croxall. One would like to know wh

Born: post 1670Baptised:
Died: 13th Feb 1752Buried:
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Croxall

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Dr. Samuel 
Croxall
(
Proger
) post 1670 - 1752
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1. Westminster, London, , , England 20th Mar 1718
Philippa 
Proger
(
Croxall
) ante 1670 - ante 1733

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post 1670Born
19th Mar 1718MARL/ROLE FIANCE
20th Mar 1718Married
Philippa 
Proger
(
Croxall
) ante 1670 - ante 1733 London, England
13th Feb 1752Died
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