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Holstocke [Holstock], William (d. 1589), naval commander and administrator, sailed as page to Richard Gonson in 1534 on a voyage to Candia (Crete) and Chios in the ship Matthew Gonson. In the following year he made another voyage to the islands as purser of the same ship. His association with the ...

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Mitchell, Sir David (c. 1650–1710), admiral and parliamentary official, whose parents and birthplace are not known, was reportedly 'a poor boy from Scotland' (Marshall, 461), who was apprenticed to a Leith shipmaster, and later served as mate of a vessel in the ...

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Neville [Fauconberg], Thomas [called the Bastard of Fauconberg] (d. 1471), naval commander and rebel, was one of at least two illegitimate sons of the Yorkist commander William Neville, Lord Fauconberg (d. 1463) in right of his mad wife and, from 1461, earl of Kent...

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Woodhouse, Sir William (b. in or before 1517, d. 1564), naval commander and administrator, was the second son of John Woodhouse of Waxham in Norfolk and Alice, the daughter of William Croft of Thorpe Market. Sir Thomas Woodhouse was his elder brother. As ...