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Personal and family information
|Year of Marriage||-|
|Year of Birth||1702|
|Year of Death||1771|
|Father's Rank||[Lower gentry]|
|Father's Title||Church of England clergyman|
|Mother||Mary Ann Stillingfleet|
Domicile region and Migration
Place of Birth (Town)
1 Benjamin Stillingfleet was born in the rectory at Wood Norton, Norfolk, in 1702.
1 Benjamin Stillingfleet rented the house at Panton Square from William Windham and Price, who were his good friends.
2 Benjamin Stillingfleet died at his residence at Piccadilly.
3 When Benjamin Stillingfleet's good friend Price married in 1746 and settled at the family estate in Foxley, Benjamin moved to a cottage near Price's mansion and engaged himself in his studies.
Botanist, scholar, translator, writer, tutor and later barrack master at Kensington
|Institution||Norwich school and Trinity College|
Classical languages, presumably Latin, Greek and perhaps Hebrew
Hughes, 2004; Sairio, 2009
Benjamin Stillingfleet did not publish many of his works, but probably the most known was "Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to Natural History, Husbandry, and Physick", which was published in 1775 and dedicated to Lord Lyttelton, 1st Baron Lyttelton.