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Richard Peters

British cleric

1704   -   1776

country of citizenship: United States of America
language of expression: English
educated at: Westminster School
occupation: clergyman

Richard Peters (1704 – July 10, 1776), born in Liverpool, became an attorney, Anglican minister, and civil servant. In 1735 he emigrated to Pennsylvania, where he served in numerous posts for the Penn family, including on the Governor's Council from 1749 to 1775, and eventually became rector of Christ Church in Philadelphia.
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