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Sander [Sanders], Nicholaslocked

(c. 1530–1581)
  • T. F. Mayer

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Sander [Sanders], Nicholas (c. 1530–1581), religious controversialist, was born in Charlwood, Surrey, one of the twelve children of William Saunders and his wife, Elizabeth Mynes. His sister Elizabeth Sander was a Bridgettine nun and writer. His usual signature in English was simply Sander...

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