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date: 06 April 2020

Udall [Uvedale], William [pseud. William Stranguage]locked

(fl. c. 1595–1636)
  • David J. Duncan

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Udall [Uvedale], William [pseud. William Stranguage] (fl.c. 1595–1636), historian and informer, was born into the influential Udall (or Uvedale) family, active in and around the echelons of power. According to his own recollections, he had a very good education and a Catholic upbringing in ...

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H. C. Hamilton & others, eds., , 24 vols., PRO (1860–1910)
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