Thomas Walsingham

Thomas Walsingham (died c. 1422) was an English chronicler.

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Ingram Frizer - Biography
... At the time of Marlowe's death the landowner Thomas Walsingham was Frizer's "master", but this does not imply that Frizer was a servant ... acting on his own behalf, Frizer appears to have been Walsingham's business agent ... Walsingham was a young relative of Queen Elizabeth's Secretary of State, Sir Francis Walsingham both Walsinghams had been heavily involved with intelligence work a few years earlier ...
Christopher Marlowe - Legend - Arrest and Death
... The next day, Marlowe's colleague Thomas Kyd was arrested ... Council apparently knew that he might be found staying with Thomas Walsingham, whose father was a first cousin of the late Sir Francis Walsingham, Elizabeth's principal ... All three had been employed by one or other of the Walsinghams ...
Thomas Walsingham - Works
... Walsingham is the main authority for the history of England during the reigns of Richard II, Henry IV and Henry V, including the Peasants Revolt rising under Wat ... Walsingham's most important work is his Historia Anglicana, covering the period between 1272 and 1422 ... Some authorities hold that Walsingham himself wrote only the section between 1377 and 1392, but this view is criticised by James Gairdner in his Early chroniclers of Europe (1879) ...

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