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date: 04 July 2020

Tate, Francislocked

(1560–1616)
  • Louis A. Knafla

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Tate, Francis (1560–1616), judge and antiquary, was born at Gayton, the eldest son of Bartholomew Tate (d. 1601) of Delapré, Northamptonshire, and his wife, Dorothy, daughter of Francis Tanfield of Gayton. He was raised with two brothers and four sisters at nearby ...

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