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Pecham [Peckham], Johnlocked

(c. 1230–1292)
  • Benjamin Thompson

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Pecham [Peckham], John (c. 1230–1292), archbishop of Canterbury, presumably hailed from Patcham, Sussex, since he records that he grew up near the Cluniac monastery of Lewes, to which Patcham church had been appropriated, and was probably educated there. He was quite likely a member of the family who held land at ...

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