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|Lawrence C. Wroth||Wiki Detail||Lawrence Counselman Wroth (January 14, 1884 ? December 25, 1970) was an American historian and the author of "The Colonial Printer", the definitive book on the American printing trade during the period of 1639 through 1800.|
|William Wroth||Wiki Detail||William Wroth (1576 - 1642), a minister of the Church of England, is generally credited with the establishment of the first Independent Church in Wales in 1639.|