John Constable

(1678—1743) Jesuit

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John Constable was born in Lincolnshire on 10 November 1676 or 1678 and died at Swinnerton in Staffordshire in March 1744. He took the name of ‘John Lacey’ when he studied at the college of St Omer. He became a Jesuit in September 1695 and served as priest at Swinnerton, the seat of the Fitzherberts.


From The Continuum Encyclopedia of British Philosophy in Oxford Reference.

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