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NameSamuel Foxe
Livedb. 1560-12-31 - d. ca. 1630-01-01 (old)
Linked Manuscriptsmanuscript owner - Papers of John Foxe and his descendants: Harley MS 416
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Associated PlacesMagdalen College -- Place of StudyMerchant Taylors' School -- Place of Study
Source of DataAO (Foster); ODNB (Article: 10050); Hannah Yip.
Biographical Sources ConsultedAO (Foster); ODNB (Article: 10050)
Other NoteSamuel Foxe was the eldest son of John Foxe, the martyrologist (1516/17-1587). Samuel was born at Norwich on 31 December 1560. In October 1572, he entered the Merchant Taylors' School, London. Two years later, he was elected a demy at Magdalen College, Oxford. He graduated B.A. on 3 November 1582 and proceeded M.A. on 22 June 1587. In 1587, Samuel Foxe became steward to Sir Thomas Heneage, the Queen's vice-chamberlain. Subsequently, he became Member of Parliament for Midhurst in 1589 and for Knaresborough in 1593. Samuel Foxe died at Warlies, near Waltham Abbey, Essex in January 1630.
GEMMS record createdJuly 04, 2019
GEMMS record last editedJuly 04, 2019