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Pattishall [Pateshull], Martin oflocked

(d. 1229)
  • Alan Harding

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Pattishall [Pateshull], Martin of (d. 1229), justice, took his name from Pattishall, Northamptonshire, and learnt his profession as the clerk of Simon of Pattishall, King John's most experienced justice (the two were apparently unrelated). Already in 1201 'Martin the clerk of the lord ...

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