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date: 01 April 2020

Walsingham, Sir Francislocked

(c. 1532–1590)
  • Simon Adams,
  • Alan Bryson
  •  and Mitchell Leimon


Walsingham, Sir Francis (c. 1532–1590), principal secretary, was born either in London or at Foots Cray, Kent, the only son of William Walsingham (b. after 1480, d. 1534), lawyer and landowner, of Scadbury in Chislehurst, Kent, and his wife, Joyce (1506/7–1560), daughter of ...

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