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Wake, Sir Isaaclocked

(1580/81–1632)
  • Vivienne Larminie

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Wake, Sir Isaac (1580/81–1632), diplomat and political commentator, was the second son of Arthur Wake (c.1543–1596), master of St John's Hospital, Northampton, and canon of Christ Church, Oxford, and his wife, Christian (d. 1609), daughter of Sir William Wigston of ...

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