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{{subst:Quick infobox|John Marks Moffatt||1802|}} John Marks Moffatt (died 1802), antiquary, was minister of a congregation of protestant dissenters at the Forest Green, Avening, Gloucestershire, at Nailsworth in the same county, and lastly at Malmesbury, Wiltshire. He died at Malmesbury on 25 December 1802 (Gentlemen's Magazine. 1803, part i. page 193), leaving a widow and seven children. His writings are: 1. 'The Duty and Interest of every private Person and the Kingdom at large at the present juncture', octavo, 1778. 2. 'The Protestant's Prayer-Book ... to which are added Hymns', etc., octavo, Bristol, 1783. 3. 'The History of the Town of Malmesbury and of its ancient Abbey', octavo, Tetbury, 1805, published posthumously for the benefit of the author's family.

[Monthly Magazine 1803, part i. pages 96, 197; Watt's Bibl. British; Reuss's Alphabetical Register, 1790-1803.]

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    G. G.

    (1894). "Moffatt, John Marks (DNB00)". In Lee, Sidney. Dictionary of National Biography 38. London: Smith, Elder & Co. p. 0.
     

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