Daniel Williams (1643?-1716)

For others of this name, see Daniel Williams (disambiguation).

Daniel Williams (c. 1643 – 26 January 1716) was a British benefactor, minister and theologian, within the Presbyterian tradition, i.e. a Christian outside the Church of England. He is known largely for the legacy he left which led to the creation of Dr Williams's Library, a centre for research on English Dissenters.

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