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Norton, Richardlocked

(d. 1420)
  • C. L. Kingsford
  • , revised by Keith Dockray


Norton, Richard (d. 1420), justice, was the son of Adam Conyers, of the bishopric of Durham, who adopted the name Norton on marrying the heiress of Norton in Yorkshire. He is mentioned as an advocate in 1399, and was created a serjeant-at-law in 1401. On 4 June 1405 he was included in the commission appointed for the trial of all concerned in ...

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