Humphrey Moseley

Humphrey Moseley (died 31 January 1661) was a prominent London publisher and bookseller in the middle seventeenth century. Possibly a son of publisher Samuel Moseley, Humphrey Moseley became a "freeman" (a full member) of the Stationers Company, the guild of London booksellers, on 7 May 1627; he was selected a Warden of the Company on 7 July 165..
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Humphrey Moseley

[MP] Humphrey Moseley (by 1526-92) was an English politician. ==Life== Moseley was the second son of Nicholas and Elizabeth Moseley, and married Margaret Heigham, daughter of the MP Clement Heigham. They had four sons and at least one daughter. ==Career== Moseley was a Member of Parliament for Marlborough 1547, Mitchell Mar. 1553, Aylesbury
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