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Howell, Jameslocked

  • D. R. Woolf


Howell, James (1594?–1666), historian and political writer, was born at Llangamarch, Brecknockshire, the second son and fourth child of Thomas Howell (d. 1632) and his wife, who was a daughter of James David Powell of Bualt. Howell claimed to have fourteen siblings but the pedigree in BL, MS Harl. 4181, p. 258 lists only three sisters and three brothers, who include ...

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