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Byrom, John.
Adm. pens. (age 16) at TRINITY, July 6, 1708.
S. of Edward. B. at Kersall Cell, Broughton, Lancs., Feb. 29,
1691-2. School, Merchant Taylors', London. Matric. 1709;
Scholar, 1709; B.A. 1711-2; M.A. 1715. Fellow, 1714.
Incorp. at Oxford, 1723. Travelled abroad and studied
medicine at Montpelier. Inventor, and for some years
teacher, of a system of shorthand. Came into possession of
the family estates in 1740. Strong supporter of the Jacobite
and high church party. Known as a humorous and witty
poet. Died Sept. 26, 1763. ( D.N.B. )
John BYROM
Approx. lifespan: 1691–1763
Adm. pens. (age 16) at Trinity College 1708:07:06
s. of Edward BYROM
b. at Kersall Cell Broughton, Lancashire 1691/2:02:29
School Merchant Taylors', London
Matric. 1709
Scholar 1709
B.A. 1711/2
M.A. 1715
Fellow 1714
Incorp. at Oxford University 1723
Travelled abroad and studied medicine at Montpelier, [ France ]
Inventor, and for some years teacher, of a system of shorthand.
Came into possession of the family estates in 1740
Strong supporter of the Jacobite and high church party.
Known as a humorous and witty poet.
Died 1763:09:26
( D.N.B. )
[add:]Married his cousin in 1721 [:add]
[add:]Author of hymn 'Christians awake.'[:add]
[add:]Buried in Manchester Collegiate Church, [ Lancashire ] [:add]
[add:](R. South.)[:add]

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