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Throckmorton [Throgmorton], Francislocked

  • Alison Plowden


Throckmorton [Throgmorton], Francis (1554–1584), Roman Catholic conspirator, was the son of Sir John Throckmorton (c.1518–1580) of Feckenham in Worcestershire and his wife, Margaret (d. 1591), daughter of Robert Puttenham. The Throckmorton or Throgmorton family first emerged from relative obscurity in the early part of the fifteenth century, when the lawyer ...

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