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date: 21 August 2019

Eglisham, Georgelocked

(fl. 1601–1642)
  • Alsager Vian
  • , revised by Sarah Bakewell

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Eglisham, George (fl. 1601–1642), physician and religious controversialist, was probably born in Scotland and was introduced at the age of three to James VI by the marquess of Hamilton (1532–1604), a friend of Eglisham's father. He was brought up with Hamilton's son, James (1589–1625), afterwards ...

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