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John Thurloe

John Thurloe John Thurloe
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Cromwell Association
John Thurloe, Secretary of State 1652, Bencher of Lincoln's Inn 1654, lived in Old Square at various times until his death.
Born 1616. Died 1668

Thurloe lived at No. 24 Old Buildings, near the Gatehouse, during the time of his office,1645-59.
The ‘Thurloe State Papers' were discovered in the ceiling of the attic at No. 13 (now destroyed) in the reign of William III. Thurloe and Prynne are buried in the crypt of the chapel.

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WC2, Chancery Lane

This plaque is on the rear, Chancery Lane, wall of No. 24 Old Buildings, near the Gatehouse.

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