1672 ca1741, Nov 20
an English clergyman and academic, Boyle lecturer in 1721. By 1696 he had been elected fellow of his college. His Boyle lectures were published as The Pretended Difficulties in Natural or Reveal'd Religion no Excuse for Infidelity. Sixteen Sermons preach'd in the Church of St. Mary le Bow, London, in 1721 and 1722, 8vo, London, 1723. Gurdon was a favourite of Lord Chancellor Macclesfield, who made him his chaplain and gave him the rectory of Stapleford Abbots, Essex, 17 March 1719 – 1720, a living he resigned 3 November 1724.
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