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Molyneux, Emery (d. 1598), maker of globes and ordnance, came, according to Petruccio Ubaldini, who knew him, 'of obscure and humble family background' (Crinò and Wallis, 14) and was probably the Emery Molynox who was presented as William Cooke's apprentice to the ...

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Rogers, John (d. 1558), military engineer, is of obscure origins. He was probably apprenticed to a mason and is likely to have been the John Rogers of London, freemason, who worked as a stonesetter and carver at Hampton Court between 1533 and 1537. In the late spring of 1541 he was appointed master mason to ...