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Hubert, Sir Francislocked

(1568?–1629)
  • Charles R. Forker

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Hubert, Sir Francis (1568?–1629), poet, was the son of Edward Hubert, a wealthy and well-connected landowner of Birchanger, Essex, who became receiver-general to Edward de Vere, seventeenth earl of Oxford (to whom he was related through the marriage of the earl's nephew to his sister), and one of the six clerks of ...

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