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First Reading

Paul Chapin  •  Link

Feb. 12, 1665. Sir Arthur Slingsby, Knt., was buried.

This an entry from the Patrixbourne parish register, reported in Notes and Queries, May 9, '91 [1891, I believe - PC].

Michael Robinson  •  Link

From L&M Companion:

(1623-1666) baronet 1657. [Citing Cockayne, Complete Peerage] Younger brother of Sir Robert. Active as royalist agent in Interregnum.

Second Reading

Bill  •  Link

A younger son of Sir Guildford Slingsby, Comptroller of the Navy, knighted by Charles II., and afterwards created a Baronet at Brussells, 1657, which title has long been extinct.
---Diary and correspondence of Samuel Pepys, the diary deciphered by J. Smith. 1854.

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