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date: 20 August 2019

Gilpin, Georgelocked

(d. 1602)
  • Gary M. Bell

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Gilpin, George (d. 1602), diplomat and translator, was the second son of Edwin Gilpin of Kentmere, Westmorland, and Margaret Layton of Dalemain, Cumberland, and the elder brother of Bernard Gilpin (1516–1584). He apparently studied civil law at Malines (Mechelen) in the early 1550s, and converted to protestantism not long thereafter. He is noted as a merchant in the ...

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