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Lort [Lorte], Sir Roger, first baronetlocked

  • D. K. Money


Lort [Lorte], Sir Roger, first baronet (1607/8–1664), Latin poet, was the eldest son of Henry Lort of Stackpole, Pembrokeshire. He was admitted as a gentleman commoner to Wadham College, Oxford, in 1624, aged sixteen, sharing a chamber there in 1625 with his brother ...

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