In his strange poem he mentions Stratford upon Avon, (s.Faksimile-part) the towns gentle and "ingenious Shakerspeare Muse", but strangely not the man himself...but Michael Drayton instead. If Drayton would be alive yet, Cokayn would raise -to our Antiquaries merit- some "just" praise to Sweet-tongu'd Drayton that has made the town Stratford famous, which was before a poor and obscure town!
Why Drayton has made Stratford famous? Why he doesn't mention "sweet tongued" Shakespeare but "sweet tongued" Drayton instead? Why does little Stratford get such a rank in the huge book "Warwickshire Illustrated"? Why "Our" Warwick-shire is hypenated and the Heart of England?
The most plausible answer and arguments, given in detail in the book "The true Shakespeare: Christopher Marlowe" is, that Drayton was another Pen- or pseudonym of the poet-genius (Excerpt- in German), as ridiculous as it may sound, it is still the most logic explanation!