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date: 20 November 2019

Eden, Richardlocked

(c. 1520–1576)
  • Andrew Hadfield

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Eden, Richard (c. 1520–1576), translator, was born into a family of East Anglian cloth merchants and clerics, possibly in Herefordshire. His father was George Eden, a cloth merchant. He attended Christ's College, Cambridge (1534–7) (probably intending to take holy orders), and subsequently Queen's College...

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