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Gurdun [Gurdon], Sir Adamlocked

(c. 1220–1305)
  • Henry Summerson

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Gurdun [Gurdon], Sir Adam (c. 1220–1305), soldier and rebel, was the son of Adam Gurdun, a minor landowner and tenant by serjeanty in Hampshire, and his wife, Amiria. A minor when his father died, about 1231, Adam had probably come of age by 1241. In the following year he went with ...

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Chancery records (Public Record Office)
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(1900–)