Authorized Form of NameMorice; James (1539-1597); lawyer
TypeOfEntityPerson
SurnameMorice
ForenamesJames
Dates1539-1597
CodeGB/109/15511
Epithetlawyer
OtherFormsOfNameMorrice
RelationshipsEldest son of William Morice (-1554), M.P.
GenderMale
SourceOxford Dictionary of National Biography

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