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date: 21 August 2019

Wolstenholme, Sir Johnlocked

(1562–1639)
  • J. K. Laughton
  • , revised by H. V. Bowen

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Wolstenholme, Sir John (1562–1639), financier and merchant, of an old Derbyshire family, was the second son of John Wolstenholme, who moved to London in the reign of Edward VI and obtained a post in the customs. The son became one of the richest merchants in ...

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