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Foster, Sir Robertlocked

(1589–1663)
  • D. A. Orr

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Foster, Sir Robert (1589–1663), barrister and judge, was the youngest son of Sir Thomas Foster (1548–1612) of Hunsdon, Hertfordshire, a judge of the common pleas under James I, and his wife, Susan, née Foster (c.1552–1626), of Iden, Sussex. Following his father's profession, ...

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