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Newark, Henry oflocked

(d. 1299)
  • David M. Smith

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Newark, Henry of (d. 1299), archbishop of York, probably took his name from Newark-on-Trent in Nottinghamshire, at that time part of the diocese of York. He is recorded as holding property in the town, and he caused to be built a chantry chapel in the churchyard of the parish church of ...

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