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Pettie, Georgelocked

(c. 1548–1589)
  • Helen Moore

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Pettie, George (c. 1548–1589), writer of romances, was the fourth son of John Pettie (or Le Petite or Petty) of Tetsworth and Stoke Talmage, Oxfordshire, and Mary, daughter of William Charnell of Snareston, Leicestershire. He became a scholar of Christ Church, Oxford, in 1564 and graduated BA on 29 March 1569. He was uncle of ...

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