Nicholas Saunders (died 1605)
Nicholas Saunders (died 1605), was an English politician.
He was the only son of Thomas Saunders of Uxbridge, Middlesex and educated at King's College, Cambridge (1565).
He was employed as a government messenger carrying state correspondence to overseas countries. At one stage (1585) he got into debt and spent time in prison.
He never married.
- "SAUNDERS, Nicholas I (d.1605), of London.". History of Parliament. Retrieved 24 April 2013.
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