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date: 26 February 2021

Hughes, Williamlocked

  • Stuart Handley


Hughes, William (1587/8–1663?), translator and compiler of legal works, was the eldest son of Reginald Hughes (d. 1616), a citizen of London and member of the Fishmongers' Company, and his wife, Margaret. Hughes matriculated at St Alban Hall, Oxford, on 18 January 1605, aged seventeen, and was admitted to ...

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