Samuel Dunklyn d.1722?
Samuel DUNKLYN or DUNKLIN d.1722?
Dunklyn's will describes him as a scrivener of London.
This could be the Samuel Dunklyn whose books were sold by auction from his dwelling house in Leadenhall Street on 20 December 1726. His books were sold alongside his "fine household goods, plate, jewels, curiosities, china ware... and arms" and his stock in trade, which were all listed in a catalogue of the sale. The books and goods of Edward Browne were sold in the same auction. The sale was advertised in the Daily Post.
- Will of Samuel Dunklyn or Dunklin, Scrivener of London, The National Archives PROB 11/585/175.
- Alston, R. C., Inventory of sale catalogues ... 1676-1800, St Philip, 2010.