Philip Stubbes (991 words)

  • M. J. Kidnie (University of Western Ontario)

The earliest extant record of the life of Phillip Stubbes is a license documenting his marriage to Katherine Emmes, the daughter of William and Katherine Emmes of London, dated 6 September 1586. Married at fifteen, Katherine died of a fever four and a half years later, six weeks after bearing their first child, John. An entry in the parish registers of Burton-upon-Trent notes the baptism of their son on 17 November 1590. A second entry in this register claims that Katherine was buried the same day she died, on 14 December 1590. Interlined in a different ink and hand, it seems likely that this information was added at a later date, perhaps by one of Stubbes's readers, and is not an accurate record of burial. In the revised edition of A…

Citation:
Kidnie, M. J.. "Philip Stubbes". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 20 September 2002
[http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=4270, accessed 02 December 2016.]

Articles on Stubbes' works

  1. The Anatomie of Abuses
  2. The Theater of the Popes Monarchie