William Hunt (Archdeacon of Bath)

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William Hunt
Bornc. 1669
Diedc. 1733

William Hunt (c. 1669 – c. 1733) was the Archdeacon of Bath from 31 December 1711 until his death.



Hunt was educated at John Roysse's Free School in Abingdon (now Abingdon School), [1] [2] and was later scholar and fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford. [3]


He was Canon of Wells and Archdeacon of Bath from 1711 to 1733.

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  1. Preston, Arthur Edwin (1929). St.Nicholas Abingdon and Other Papers, pre isbn. Oxford University Press.
  2. Richardson, William H (1905). List of Some Distinguished Persons Educated at Abingdon School 1563-1855, pre isbn. Hughes Market Place (Abingdon). p. 9.
  3. Alumni Oxonienses 1500-1714, Horrobin-Hyte