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Squire, Edwardlocked

(d. 1598)
  • Michael E. Williams


Squire, Edward (d. 1598), convicted traitor, described himself as a scrivener when he appeared before the privy council in 1598 accused of plotting to poison the queen's saddle. According to his own testimony he took up residence in Greenwich in 1582, married in 1587, and was employed in the royal stables in 1593. In August 1595 he accompanied ...

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