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Tuke, Sir Samuel, first baronetlocked

(c. 1615–1674)
  • C. H. Firth
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Tuke, Sir Samuel, first baronet (c. 1615–1674), royalist army officer and playwright, was the third son of George Tuke of Frayling, Essex, and his wife Elizabeth Wase. He was admitted to Gray's Inn on 14 August 1635, at the same time as his eldest brother, ...

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