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Cawarden, Sir Thomaslocked

(c. 1514–1559)
  • William B. Robison

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Cawarden, Sir Thomas (c. 1514–1559), courtier, was the son of William Cawarden, shearman and fuller of London, and his wife, Elizabeth. Apprenticed in 1528 to Owen Hawkins, mercer of London (a date which suggests he was born c.1514), he later became free of the ...

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