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Loring, Sir Neil [Nigel]locked

(c. 1315–1386)
  • C. L. Kingsford
  • , revised by Richard Barber


Loring, Sir Neil [Nigel] (c. 1315–1386), soldier and administrator, was the son of Roger Loring of Chalgrave, Bedfordshire, and Cassandra, daughter of Reginald Perot. The family seems to have been established there since the twelfth century, and Sir Piers Loring served in Edward I's...

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