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Hawkyns, Henrylocked

(c. 1553–1630)
  • Paul E. J. Hammer

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Hawkyns, Henry (c. 1553–1630), civil lawyer and diplomatic agent, was the son of John Hawkyns and his wife, Ann Yelverton. He was connected to the leading East Anglian protestant families through his mother, and was probably born at Wisbech on property which she had acquired through her first marriage to ...

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