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date: 17 November 2019

Holland, Philemonlocked

  • John Considine


Holland, Philemon (1552–1637), translator, was born in 1552, probably on 6 November, in Chelmsford, Essex, the son of John Holland (d. 1578), clergyman. He was a member of the same Norfolk family as Sir John Holland, first baronet (1603–1701); this family claimed to be related to the rather grander ...

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