WILLIAMS, Edward (d.c.1594), of the Inner Temple, London.
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Surveyor of the stable by 1583-d.; surveyor of Tutbury honour, duchy of Lancaster 1583; ?an official in the ct. of wards.
Williams was admitted to the Inner Temple (1567) at the suit of Edward Anderson, later chief justice of common pleas. During the early years of Elizabeth’s reign he was busy as a servant of Sir Ambrose Cave, chancellor of the duchy of Lancaster, whose books, reckonings and inventories he was responsible for keeping. First in association with Brian Cave, and later with