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Alford, Francis (c. 1530–1592), civil lawyer and member of parliament, was the second son of Robert Alford (d. 1546) and his wife, Anne Brydges. He gained a BA degree at Trinity College, Cambridge, in 1549 and was admitted to Christ Church, Oxford...

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Coldstream, Sir George Phillips (1907–2004), lawyer and civil servant, was born on 20 December 1907 at 37 Royal Crescent, North Kensington, the second son of Francis Menzies Coldstream (1876–1958), stockbroker, and his wife, Carlotta Mary, née Young (d. 1940). His family included soldiers and public servants, as well as the painter ...

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Dale, Valentine (c. 1520–1589), civil lawyer and diplomat, was born about 1520, the only son of John Dale (c.1500–1552), landowner, and his wife, Joan (d. in or after 1552). The family was a cadet branch of the Dales of South Tidworth...

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Hawkyns, Henry (c. 1553–1630), civil lawyer and diplomatic agent, was the son of John Hawkyns and his wife, Ann Yelverton. He was connected to the leading East Anglian protestant families through his mother, and was probably born at Wisbech on property which she had acquired through her first marriage to ...

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Trumbull, Sir William (1639–1716), civil lawyer and government official, was born on 12 or 13 August 1639 at Easthampstead Park, Berkshire, the country residence of his father, William Trumbull (1604/5–1678), politician and minor government official, and his mother, Trumbull's first wife, Elizabeth (1619/20–1652)...

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Sir William Trumbull (1639–1716) by George Vertue, 1724 (after Sir Godfrey Kneller, c. 1690) © National Portrait Gallery, London

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John Yonge (1466/77–1516) by unknown artist, 1910 (after Pietro Torrigiano, c. 1516) © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Yonge, John (1466/7–1516), civil lawyer and diplomat, was born at Heyford, Oxfordshire, a manor which belonged to New College, Oxford. Yonge later lived in Rye, Sussex. Nothing is known of his parents. When aged eleven he entered Winchester College as a scholar on 29 September 1478. He became a scholar of ...