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Lexinton, Robert oflocked

(d. 1250)
  • David Crook

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Lexinton, Robert of (d. 1250), justice and administrator, took his name from the Nottinghamshire village of Lexington, now called Laxton and famous for its open-field system of cultivation, the seat of the Caux family, hereditary keepers of the royal forest in Nottinghamshire and ...

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