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Baynard [Banyard], Robertlocked

(d. 1329/30)
  • Henry Summerson


Baynard [Banyard], Robert (d. 1329/30), administrator and justice, was the son of Robert Baynard and his wife, Joan, and the grandson of Fulk Bainard. The family was one of Norfolk gentry, with their principal residence at Great Hautbois. Robert Baynard senior appears to have been still alive in 1302, raising the possibility of confusion between father and son, but as the former had been of age by about 1230, it was probably the younger ...

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