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Ashe, John (1597–1659), clothier and parliamentarian activist, was born in Westcombe, Somerset, the eldest son of James Ashe (d. 1646), clothier, and his wife, Grace Pitt, daughter of Richard Pitt of Weymouth. He was baptized at Batcombe, in the same county, on 27 October 1597. He married ...

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Chapman, Livewell (fl. 1643–1665), bookseller and Fifth Monarchist, was the son of Edward Chapman, a London scrivener. His father had died by the time he was apprenticed in the London Stationers' Company, on 6 November 1643, to Benjamin Allen, bookseller. After Allen's death in 1646 he continued his apprenticeship in ...

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Sir Nicholas Crisp, first baronet (c. 1599–1666) by Cornelius Johnson private collection; © reserved in the photograph

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Crisp, Sir Nicholas, first baronet (c. 1599–1666), merchant and royalist, was the son of Ellis Crisp (d. 1625) of Hammersmith (but descended from a Gloucestershire landed family), a prominent merchant, alderman, and sheriff of London in 1625, and his wife, Hester. Crisp...

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Rowe, Owen (1592/3–1661), merchant and regicide, was one of seven sons of John Rowe (d. before 1613), yeoman, of Bickley, Chester. On 11 August 1609 he was apprenticed for eight years to Edward Pickering, citizen and haberdasher of London. He was listed as a haberdasher, of ...