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Hastings, Sir Hughlocked

(c. 1310–1347)
  • Andrew Ayton

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Hastings, Sir Hugh (c. 1310–1347), administrator and soldier, was the second son of John Hastings, first Lord Hastings (1262–1313), and his second wife, Isabel, daughter of Hugh Despenser the elder, earl of Winchester (1261–1326). He married, before 18 May 1330, Margery Foliot (...

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