NameRev John Doddridge
Birthabt 1620, Isleworth, Middlesex, England
Deathabt 1689, Isleworth, Middlesex, England
FatherPhilip Doddridge (~1592-~1636)
Misc. Notes

John Doddridge, of Isleworth, Shepperton and Twickenham, was born in 1620, matriculated at New Inn Hall, Oxford, the 22nd of March, 1638-9, and took his B.A. degree from Pembroke College, Oxford, the 10th of November, 1642. In 1647 he was appointed to the Rectory of Shepperton, co. Middlesex, but surrendered his benefice upon the passing of the Act of Uniformity in 1661. He then retired to Twickenham, where he is noted as a Presbyterian (General) in 1672. Calamy speaks of him as "an ingenious man and a scholar, an acceptable preacher, and a very peaceable divine." Some of his "judicious and serious" sermons are still extant. He became the head of this branch of the family upon the death of his cousin, John Doddridge, in 1666. He dies in 1689, leaving a family of ten children, including Philip and Daniel. His daughter, Kimborrow, married, 14th November, 1681, George Chandler, of Isleworth, gent.

Ref: Dodderidge, Sidney Edwin. The Dodderidges of Devon: with an account of the Bibliotheca Dodridgiana. Exeter England: W. Pollard & Co., 1909.
Birthabt 1605
Deathbef 1696
Marriageabt 1643
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