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he was married on 8 July 1571 to Judith Cronbere, who may have been the daughter of Matthew Cronbere [Cronebacke?] a shoemaker originally from Cleves (Walker 2014)
Kwalificaties
drukker, handelaar, illustrator
maybe also dealer in paper
Nationaliteit/school
Noord-Nederlands, Zuid-Nederlands, Engels
in the November Return of Aliens 1568 and idem 1571 he is often referred to as a 'Dutchman' (Walker 2014)
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  • Londen (Engeland) 1556 - 1571-11
    in the November 1571 Return of Aliens it is stated that he was in London for 15 years, which places his arrival in the country c. 1556; on 25 February 1564 he became a brother of the Stationer's Company (brothers formed an honorary category of membership established for continental craftsmen); on 26 May 1568 he became a denizen of London, and was maried on 5 July 1571; lived 1571 in the parish of St. Botolph-Without-Aldersgate. In 1568 he employed two English engravers (Malyarde Deterys and William Mullins): he was the only foreign painter who was allowed in the Guild at the time (Walker 2014).
  • Southwark (Londen) 1583
    a Dutch stationer Leonard Adrian is mentioned there in 1583: his father-in-law was from Southwark, so it is possible that Leonard and his wife Judith moved there after 1571 (Walker 2014)
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