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Ocland, Christopherlocked

(d. in or after 1590)
  • Ross Kennedy

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Ocland, Christopher (d. in or after 1590), writer, was a native of Buckinghamshire, though his parentage is unknown. When St Saviour's Grammar School in Southwark obtained its charter in 1562, Ocland became its first headmaster, and held the position for seven years. In 1571, when ...

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