Person    | Male  Born 1531  Died 10/6/1607

John Popham

Born Somerset.  Speaker of the House of Commons 1580-3, Attorney General, 1581-92, and Lord Chief Justice of England 1592 - 1607. Presided at the trials of Sir Walter Raleigh in 1603 and of Guy Fawkes and his co-conspirators in 1605.

 c. 1594 occupied Friary House, N20.

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John Popham

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