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Haverhill, William oflocked

(d. 1252)
  • Adrian Jobson


Haverhill, William of (d. 1252), administrator, presumably took his name from Haverhill in Suffolk, but probably came from the prominent London merchant family founded by Brihtmar of Haverhill, who served as London's sheriff in 1157–9, and whose descendants held various civic offices. Details of his parents are unknown. ...

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