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date: 20 September 2019

Waad, Sir Williamlocked

(1546–1623)
  • Gary M. Bell

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Waad, Sir William (1546–1623), diplomat and administrator, was the son and heir of Armagil Waad (d. 1568), clerk of the privy council, and his first wife, Alice Patten (d. 1557/8). He attended Gray's Inn in 1571. Waad's entrée to Elizabethan officialdom was his father's old friend and patron, ...

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