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Neville, Alexanderlocked

(c. 1332–1392)
  • R. B. Dobson

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Neville, Alexander (c. 1332–1392), archbishop of York, was a younger son of Ralph Neville, fourth Lord Neville of Raby (c. 1291–1367), and his wife, Alice (c.1300–1374), daughter of Hugh, Lord Audley. John Neville, fifth Baron Neville, who became a leading figure among the northern baronage, was his eldest brother. Born in or about 1332, sixteen years later ...

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