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Clarke, Samuel.
Adm. pens. at CAIUS, Aug. 19, 1690.
S. of Edward, alderman of Norwich (M.P. 1700). B. there,
Oct. 11, 1675. School, Norwich. Matric. 1691; Scholar,
1691; B.A. 1694-5; M.A. 1698; D.D. 1710. Fellow, 1696-1700.
Ord. deacon (Norwich) Aug. 7, 1698. Chaplain to
Bishop Moore, 1698. R. of Drayton, Norfolk, 1699-1706.
Boyle lecturer, 1704-5. R. of St Benet's, Paul's Wharf,
1707-9. Chaplain to Queen Anne. R. of St James', Westminster,
1709-29. Master of Wigston's Hospital, Leicester,
1718. Married Katherine, dau. of Mr Lockwood, R. of Little
Massingham, Norfolk. Well known as a metaphysician and
mathematician. F.R.S. Died May 17, 1729. Brother of John
(1699-1700). ( D.N.B.; Venn, I. 488.)
Approx. lifespan: 1675–1729
Adm. pens. at Gonville & Caius College 1690:08:19
s. of Edward CLARKE alderman of Norwich, [ Norfolk ] (M.P. 1700 ).
b. there 1675:10:11
School Norwich, [ Norfolk ]
Matric. 1691
Scholar 1691
B.A. 1694/5
M.A. 1698
D.D. 1710
Fellow 1696-1700
Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1698:08:07
Chaplain to Bishop Moore 1698
R. of Drayton, Norfolk 1699-1706
Boyle lecturer 1704-05
R. of St Benet's Paul's Wharf, [ London ] 1707-09
Chaplain to Queen Anne.
R. of St James' Westminster, [ London ] 1709-29
Master of Wigston's Hospital Leicester, [ Leicestershire ] 1718
Married Katherine LOCKWOOD dau. of Mr LOCKWOOD R. of Little Massingham, Norfolk
Well known as a metaphysician and mathematician.
Died 1729:05:17
brother of John CLARKE (1699)
father of Samuel CLARKE (1717)
( D.N.B.; Venn I. 488)
[app:]Engraving by Houbraken from portrait by Gibs: CAS : E.19[:app]
[app:]Portrait in Vestry Room of St James' Westminster, [ London ] ; copy at Gonville & Caius College, with another portrait[:app]
[app:](Atkinson, 332)[:app]