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Gildesburgh, Sir Johnlocked

(c. 1331–1389)
  • Linda Clark

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Gildesburgh, Sir John (c. 1331–1389), soldier and speaker of the House of Commons, was related to John Gildesburgh (d. 1349), a London fishmonger of illegitimate birth, and to Peter Gildesburgh, a prominent official in the employment of Edward, the Black Prince, but his parentage is unknown. After schooling at ...

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