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Dymock, Cressylocked

(fl. 1629–1660)
  • M. Greengrass

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Dymock, Cressy (fl. 1629–1660), agriculturist, was possibly the son of Sir Thomas Dymocke, from the Lincolnshire/Nottinghamshire borders, but little is known of his background. He entered Gray's Inn on 3 August 1629. Surviving poetry in the British Library suggests a ready pen and naïve wit. ...

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