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Thursday, October 22, 2009

Stock, Richard 1569-1626

Richard Stock (1569–1626) was an English clergyman and one of the Puritan founders of the Feoffees for Impropriations. He was minister at All Hallows, Bread Street in London, from 1611 to 1626.

Dictionary of National Biography, Volume 54 - 1898 (see page 389)

Brook's "Lives of the Puritans, Volume 2 - 1813 (see page 344)
A Commentary Upon the Prophecy of Malachi (page 7). By that Late Reverend, Godly, and Learned Divine, Mr. Richard Stock, Sometime Rector of Allhallows, Bread Street, London. Whereunto is added An Exercitation Upon the Same Prophecy (page 259), by Samuel Torshell (1604-1650) (1865).
Brief memoirs of Richard Stock (page v.) and Samuel Torshell (page xvii.)are prefixed.
Also prefixed is "A Breviat of the Testimony Given by Mr. Gataker to Mr. Richard Stock, at his Funeral Sermon" (page 6)
With this is bound:
Bernard, Richard (1567?-1641). Ruth's recompence. 1865. (page 309)
Fuller, Thomas (1608-1661). A comment on Ruth. 1865. (page 451)
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