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Kingston, Sir Williamlocked

(c. 1476–1540)
  • Stanford Lehmberg

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Kingston, Sir William (c. 1476–1540), courtier and administrator, is of uncertain origins, but was probably a member of a Gloucestershire family related to the barons Berkeley of Berkeley Castle; he also had some connection with the third duke of Buckingham. His marriages are uncertain as well: his first two wives (the order is unclear) were ...

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