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Morton, Sir Albertuslocked

(1584?–1625)
  • S. A. Baron

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Morton, Sir Albertus (1584?–1625), diplomat, was the youngest of three sons of George Morton (d. c.1613), of East Stour, near Chilham, Kent, and Mary, daughter of Robert Honeywood of Charing, Kent. His father was half-brother to the renowned diplomat, philosopher, and conversationalist ...

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