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date: 28 February 2020

Lockey, Rowlandlocked

(c. 1566–1616)
  • Arianne Burnette

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Lockey, Rowland (c. 1566–1616), painter and goldsmith, was born in London, the son of Leonard Lockey (d. 1613), a crossbow maker and a freeman of the Company of Armourers who lived in Fleet Lane in the parish of St Bride, London. He was apprenticed to ...

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