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Nicholls, Thomaslocked

(1532–1601)
  • R. C. D. Baldwin

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Nicholls, Thomas (1532–1601), shipowner and translator, was born in or near Gloucester in 1532 and baptized that year in nearby Adlestrop, the son of John Nicholls. Apprenticed as a mercer in London on 2 October 1547, he learned his trade under, successively, Sir William Lok (1480–1550)...

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