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James, Edwardlocked

(1569–1610?)
  • Glanmor Williams

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James, Edward (1569–1610?), Church of England clergyman and translator, was born in Glamorgan and proceeded to St Edmund Hall, Oxford, where he matriculated on 11 March 1586, when he was sixteen years old. He graduated bachelor of arts from Jesus College, Oxford, on 16 June 1589 and master of arts on 8 July 1592. He was elected a fellow of ...

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