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Blundeville, Thomaslocked

(1522?–1606?)
  • Tessa Beverley

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Blundeville, Thomas (1522?–1606?), author and translator, was the eldest son of Edward Blundeville (1492/3–1568), of Newton Flotman, Norfolk, and Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Godsalve. His brother was Jeremy Blundeville of Toft Monks. Suggestions that he was educated at Cambridge remain unsubstantiated; it is possible that he entered ...

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