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Norton, Richard [called Old Norton]locked

(d. 1585)
  • Michael Hicks


Norton, Richard [called Old Norton] (d. 1585), rebel, was the eldest son of John Norton (d. 1557) of Norton Conyers in Allertonshire, near Ripon, and the heiress Anne Radcliffe (d. before 1557) of Rylstone in Craven, Yorkshire. The Nortons were a leading ...

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