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Lewknor, Sir Leweslocked

(c. 1560–1627)
  • Roderick Clayton

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Lewknor, Sir Lewes (c. 1560–1627), courtier and translator, was the first surviving son of Thomas Lewknor (c.1538–1596), a politician, of Tangmere and Selsey, Sussex, and his first wife, Bridget, the daughter of John Lewes of Selsey. From Lyon's Inn, Lewknor entered the ...

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