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Harman, Thomaslocked

(fl. 1547–1567)
  • Christopher Burlinson

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Harman, Thomas (fl. 1547–1567), writer on vagabonds, was grandson of Henry Harman, clerk of the crown under Henry VII, who obtained about 1480 the estates of Ellam and Maystreet in Kent. Thomas's father, William Harman, added to these estates the manor of Mayton...

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Early English Text Society
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