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date: 10 August 2020

Clement, Johnlocked

(d. 1572)
  • Patrick Wallis

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Clement, John (d. 1572), physician, was probably a native of Yorkshire. He was educated at John Colet's newly established St Paul's School under William Lily, and possibly for a time at Oxford. He made an early acquaintance of Sir Thomas More, who took him into his family, made him tutor to his children, and treated him with great kindness. He accompanied ...

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