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Brigham, Nicholas (d. 1558), administrator and antiquary, is of unknown origins. The date and place of his birth are unrecorded, and there is no evidence, Anthony Wood's surmises notwithstanding, that his family was associated with Caversham in Oxfordshire before his elder brother Anthony...

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D'Ewes, Sir Simonds, first baronet (1602–1650), diarist and antiquary, was the eldest son of Paul Dewes (1567–1631) [see under Dewes, Garrat], barrister and government official, of Wells Hall, Milden, Suffolk, and his first wife, Sissilia (c.1581–1618), daughter and heir of another ...

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Leland, John (c. 1503–1552), poet and antiquary, was born in London on 13 September in an unspecified year. Most of the surviving information about his early life, including the day of his birth, comes from his own poetry. Slightly older than his friend ...

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Morris, John (d. 1658), antiquary and book collector, was born in London, the son of Peter Morris (d. 1588), a mechanical engineer in the service of Sir Christopher Hatton, and Anne Boteler (d. 1617), great-aunt of Sir Oliver Boteler, who, as a widow, remarried in 1590, becoming the wife of ...