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Pynson, Richardlocked

(c. 1449–1529/30)
  • Pamela Neville-Sington

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Pynson, Richard (c. 1449–1529/30), printer, was Norman by birth, as attested by a patent in the Rolls Chapel (now lost) describing him as 'in partibus Normand. oriund'. Citing this same patent, Joseph Ames claims that Pynson became a naturalized English citizen about 1493 (...

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