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Vere, Thomas de, eighth earl of Oxfordlocked

(1336x8–1371)
  • James Ross

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Vere, Thomas de, eighth earl of Oxford (1336x8–1371), magnate and soldier, was the second but eldest surviving son of John de Vere, seventh earl of Oxford (1312–1360), and his wife, Maud Badlesmere (d. 1366). Estimates of Thomas's age varied in his father's inquisition post mortem, though most put him at twenty-two or twenty-three in January 1360. His elder brother, ...

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