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Bagshaw, Christopherlocked

(1552–1625?)
  • Peter Holmes

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Bagshaw, Christopher (1552–1625?), Roman Catholic priest, was the son of George Bagshaw, a prosperous innkeeper in Lichfield, who came from a Derbyshire gentry family. His mother was Joanna, daughter of Richard Parsons. He seems to have matriculated at St John's College, Cambridge, in 1566, and then to have migrated to ...

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