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North, Sir Thomaslocked

(1535–1603?)
  • Tom Lockwood

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North, Sir Thomas (1535–1603?), translator, was born on 28 May 1535 in London, the younger son of the four children of Edward North, first Baron North (c. 1504–1564), and his first wife, Alice Murfyn, formerly Brigandine, and née Squire (d. 1560). It has been thought likely that he attended ...

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