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Fitzjames, Sir Johnlocked

(c. 1470–1538?)
  • J. H. Baker


Fitzjames, Sir John (c. 1470–1538?), judge, was the son of John Fitzjames (d. 1510) of Redlynch, Somerset, and the Middle Temple, recorder of Bristol, and his first wife, Elizabeth, daughter of William Bluet. Richard Fitzjames (d. 1522), bishop of London, was his uncle. He was admitted to the ...

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