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::The Rev. [[John Francis]] M.A. (1749-1828) was vicar of Willesborough (1789-1792), curate of St Mildred's and All Saints, Canterbury, (1790-1828), rector of Orgarswick, (1792-1828), and a [[:Category:Six Preachers|Six Preacher]] (1802-1828). He was also Usher at the King's School from 1787 to 1821.
 
::The Rev. [[John Francis]] M.A. (1749-1828) was vicar of Willesborough (1789-1792), curate of St Mildred's and All Saints, Canterbury, (1790-1828), rector of Orgarswick, (1792-1828), and a [[:Category:Six Preachers|Six Preacher]] (1802-1828). He was also Usher at the King's School from 1787 to 1821.
 
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Samuel Scattergood. Fifty two sermons, upon several occasions. In two vol. By Samuel Scattergood, ... 1723.
Armorial bookplate on front pastedown, with motto 'Insontes ut columbae': Revd. J. Francis, M.A.
The Rev. John Francis M.A. (1749-1828) was vicar of Willesborough (1789-1792), curate of St Mildred's and All Saints, Canterbury, (1790-1828), rector of Orgarswick, (1792-1828), and a Six Preacher (1802-1828). He was also Usher at the King's School from 1787 to 1821.