Richard Watts

Richard Watts (1529–1579) was a successful businessman and MP for Rochester, South East England, in the 1570s. He supplied rations for the English Navy as deputy victualler and supervised the construction of Upnor Castle. After Queen Elizabeth I pronounced his house was "satis" (Latin for enough) after a visit in 1573, the house was thereafter known as Satis House. Famed locally for his philanthropy, he died on 10 September 1579, leaving money in his will to establish the Richard Watts Charity and Six Poor Travellers House in Rochester High Street. He is buried, in accordance with his will, in Rochester Cathedral. Provided by Wikipedia

by Watts, Richard
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by Watts, Richard J.
Published 2011
Oxford University Press

by Watts, Richard A., Scott, David G. I., Mukhtyar, Chetan
Published 2015
Springer International Publishing

Published 2010
Springer London
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