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Snagge, Thomaslocked

(1536–1593)
  • Andrew Lyall

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Snagge, Thomas (1536–1593), lawyer and speaker of the House of Commons, was the first son of Thomas Snagge. He was born in Letchworth, Hertfordshire, where his father was lord of the manor. In 1552 the younger Thomas Snagge entered Gray's Inn as a student, and was called to the bar there in 1554. In 1563 he was appointed 'reader', and in 1574 became 'double reader'. He was MP for ...

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