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date: 03 March 2021

Aylesbury, Sir Thomas, baronetlocked

(1579/80–1658)
  • Colin Alsbury

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Aylesbury, Sir Thomas, baronet (1579/80–1658), patron of mathematics, was born probably in early 1580, possibly in London, where some of his siblings were later baptized at St Andrew's, Holborn. He was the second son among at least eight children of William Aylesbury (...

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