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date: 20 February 2020

Jones, Richardlocked

(fl. 1564–1613)
  • Kirk Melnikoff

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Jones, Richard (fl. 1564–1613), bookseller and printer, was admitted as a ‘brother’ of the Stationers' Company on 7 August 1564. Nothing is known of his parents, date of birth, or birthplace. His being admitted as a ‘brother’ rather than a ‘freeman’ suggests that he was an alien or a foreigner, and there is some evidence to suggest that ...

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