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Phil  •  Link

Born 1608, died 1675. He was a clergyman and friend of Pepys, and taught at Twickenham, "where Mountagu's son Edward was among his pupils. It was perhaps throught this connection that Pepys got to know him." Speculated by Latham in the Companion volume to the diaries, p152.

michael f vincent  •  Link

From L&M 23 Feb 1659/60 page 67: Fuller was expelled from his studentship at Christ Church Oxford, during the revolution.

Bill  •  Link

William Fuller, of Magdalen Hall, Oxford, was a schoolmaster at Twickenham during the Rebellion; and at the Restoration became Dean of St. Patrick's, and, in 1663, Bishop of Limerick; from which See, in 1667, he was translated to Lincoln. Ob. 1675.
---Diary and correspondence of Samuel Pepys, the diary deciphered by J. Smith. 1854.

Bill  •  Link

FULLER, WILLIAM (1608-1676), bishop of Lincoln; educated at Westminster and Magdalen Hall, Oxford: B.C.L. St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, c. 1632; chaplain to Lord-keeper Lyttelton, 1645; dean of St. Patrick, 1660; D.C.L. Oxford, and D.D. Cambridge, 1660; bishop of Limerick, 1663; repaired St. Patrick's; restored monument of St. Hugh at Lincoln; bishop of Lincoln, 1667-1675; benefactor of Lincoln and Christ Church; intimate with Evelyn and Pepys.
---Dictionary of National Biography: Index and Epitome. S. Lee, 1906.

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