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Edmondes, Sir Thomaslocked

(d. 1639)
  • M. Greengrass

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Edmondes, Sir Thomas (d. 1639), diplomat, was born in Plymouth, Devon, the fifth son of Thomas Edmondes of Fowey, Cornwall, head customer of Plymouth, and his wife, Joan, daughter of Anthony Delabere of Sherborne, Dorset. His father, who came from a relatively obscure west country family, was mayor of ...

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