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Thomas Russell

(1570—1634)


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(1570–1634)

A friend of Shakespeare's, who left him £5 and asked him to be an overseer of his will. He seems also to have been a friend of Henry Willoughby, the assumed author of Willobie his Avisa. He was the stepfather of Leonard Digges.

Subjects: Shakespeare Studies and Criticism.


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