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Hales, Sir Jameslocked

(c. 1500–1554)
  • J. H. Baker

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Hales, Sir James (c. 1500–1554), judge, was the eldest son of John Hales (1469/70–1540?), baron of the exchequer, and his wife, Isabel Harry. He was admitted to Gray's Inn, where his father was a bencher, between 1517 and 1519 and was elected an ancient in 1528. He is mentioned as counsel in the ...

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