William Sherwin (minister)
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He died at Fowlmere, Cambridge, in the house of his son-in-law, aged about 80. Sherwin married, on 11 September 1637, Dorothea Swan, described as ‘generosa.’ His son (also called William Sherwin) became a notable engraver.
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