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Osborne, Peterlocked

(1521–1592)
  • J. G. Elzinga

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Osborne, Peter (1521–1592), administrator, was the second son of Richard Osborne of Tyld Hall, Lachingdon, Essex, and his wife, Elizabeth Coke. His family had long been settled at Purleigh in Essex. Osborne was possibly educated at Cambridge University. He entered Lincoln's Inn in 1543, becoming associate bencher in 1566 and assistant governor in 1570....

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