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Latimer, William, first Lord Latimerlocked

(d. 1304)
  • Helen M. Jewell

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Latimer, William, first Lord Latimer (d. 1304), baron and soldier, was the son of William Latimer (d. 1268), sheriff of Yorkshire in 1254–60 and 1266–7, and escheator north of Trent in 1258–65; his mother's identity is unknown. Born of a family landed in ...

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