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Bulstrode, Cecily (bap. 1584, d. 1609), courtier and subject of poetry, was baptized on 12 February 1584 at Beaconsfield, one of the ten children of Edward Bulstrode (d. 1595), landowner, and his wife, Cecily (fl. 1575–1608), daughter of Sir John Croke...

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Usk, Thomas (c. 1354–1388), scrivener, author, and administrator, is remembered for his tragic role in the struggles for power around the throne of the young Richard II and as the author of the prose treatise The Testament of Love. In that work he refers to ...