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Knolles, Richardlocked

(late 1540s–1610)
  • Christine Woodhead

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Knolles, Richard (late 1540s–1610), historian and translator, was born some time in the late 1540s, probably at Cold Ashby, Northamptonshire, possibly the son of Francis Knolles (or Knowlis) of Cold Ashby. He entered Lincoln College, Oxford, where he graduated BA on 24 January 1565, probably in his late teens, and was elected to a fellowship. Remaining at ...

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