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Sir Francis Walsingham ( Chiselhurst, Kent, c. 1532 - Londres, 6 de abril de 1590) fue un político inglés, Secretario principal de la reina Isabel I de Inglaterra desde el 20 de diciembre de 1573 hasta su muerte y es recordado popularmente como su « maestro de espías ».
Francis Walsingham was born in about 1532, probably at Foots Cray, near Chislehurst in Kent,  the only son  of William Walsingham (died 1534), a successful and well-connected London lawyer who served as a member of the commission appointed to investigate the estates of Cardinal Thomas Wolsey in 1530. 
Sir Francis Walsingham, (born c. 1532, Kent, England—died April 6, 1590, London), English statesman and diplomat who was the principal secretary (1573–90) to Queen Elizabeth I and became legendary for creating a highly effective intelligence network.
Hace 1 día · He is perhaps most well-known for his role in securing the grim fate of Mary Queen of Scots, showing his loyalty to his queen as well as his sense of public duty in the face of external threats. Francis Walsingham was born around 1532 near Chislehurst in Kent to parents William and Joyce Walsingham.
15/07/2022 · Francis Walsingham was knighted in 1577 and he received the honourary appointments of Chancellor of the Order of the Garter and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. When he died on 6th April 1590, the news was carried to Philip II of Spain via a letter from one of his agents in England.
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Sir Francis Walsingham (~ 1530-1590) es recordado principalmente por su servicio al estado inglés bajo la reina Isabel I.Como Secretario Principal de la Reina, Walsingham se ocupó de los intereses del estado de diversas formas, desde misiones diplomáticas de rutina hasta espionaje.
29/08/2022 · Sir Francis Walsingham (~1530-1590) is principally remembered for his service to the English state under Queen Elizabeth I. As the Queen's Principal Secretary, Walsingham looked after the interests of the state in a number of ways, ranging from routine diplomacy missions to espionage. Some historians regard Walsingham as the “father of modern ...