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Horn, Andrew (c. 1275–1328), administrator and chronicler, probably belonged to a long-established London family, but his relationship to any of the earlier and numerous Horns of London and Southwark is unknown; his father may have been Edmund Horn (d. after 1296), whose tenement, probably in ...

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Mukasa, Ham [Hamu] (c. 1871–1956), local administrator and chronicler, was born in Buddu district, Buganda, son of a minor chief, Makabugo Sensalire, who later took the baptismal name of Zakaliya, and his wife, Nyakanzana. When Mukasa was twelve, his father was invited to send a son to serve at the court of ...

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Packington [Pakington], William (d. 1390), administrator and supposed chronicler, probably came from the Leicestershire village of Packington near Ashby-de-la-Zouch; he later held the living of Burton Overy in the same county. His will refers to a brother named John and two sisters named ...

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Rochford [Rochefort], Sir John (c. 1350–1410), administrator and historical compiler, was the son of Sir Saer Rochford, sheriff and escheator of Lincolnshire, and MP for that county in 1343. The family had been prominent in Boston since the thirteenth century, and distinguished in ...