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Lougher, Robertlocked

(d. 1585)
  • Martin Ingram

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Lougher, Robert (d. 1585), ecclesiastical lawyer, was born at Tenby, Pembrokeshire, the younger son of Thomas Lougher, alderman and former mayor of the town, and Maud, daughter of Rhys ap Gwilim of Betws, Carmarthen. Elected a fellow of All Souls College, Oxford, as of founder's kin in 1553, he graduated BCL (9 July 1558) and proceeded DCL (19 February 1565), having in the meantime been collated to the archdeaconry of ...

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