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Cotterell [Cottrell], Sir Charleslocked

(1615–1701)
  • Roderick Clayton

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Cotterell [Cottrell], Sir Charles (1615–1701), courtier and translator, was born in Wilsford, Lincolnshire, on Good Friday, 7 April 1615, and baptized there two days later, the only son (there were four daughters) of Sir Clement Cotterell (1585–1631) and his wife, Anne Alleyne (...

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