Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
Wheatley: "Daniel Milles, D.D., thirty-two years rector of St. Olave's, Hart Street, and buried there, October 1689, aged sixty-three. He was appointed April 17th 1657. Newcourt ('Repertorium') writes, 'Dan Mills was admitted to the church in the late times of the usurpation by the Commission for approving of Publick Preachers, but at whose presentation I know not.' In 1667 Sir Robert Brooks presented him to the rectory of Wanstead, in Essex, which he also held till his death."
Husband of Mary: http://www.pepysdiary.com/encyclopedia/2198/
"Mr. Mills, the parson, and his wife, who is a neighbour
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