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My husband for his infinite patience.

Marian Mendez for her work on the transcription of the will, proofreading, and numerous insights.

Helen Wood for her historical acumen and digging up the records from St. Clement Danes.

Aline Reinhard for her insightful comments on the portrayal of Doughtie in literature.

Janice Barnes for all sorts of diligent historical sleuthing, including finding Leonard Vicarye’s will, Thomas Doughtie Sr. and the truth about Doughtie's "uncle."


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