Sir John Byron


Sir John Byron

Sir John Byron may refer to:
*Sir John Byron Sr, courtier to Henry VII and Henry VIII
*Sir John Byron Jr (c. 1526 - 1600), courtier to Elizabeth I, son of the above

ee also

*John Byron (disambiguation)


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