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Percy, Henry, third Lord Percylocked

(c. 1321–1368)
  • J. M. W. Bean


Percy, Henry, third Lord Percy (c. 1321–1368), magnate, was the eldest son of Henry Percy, second Lord Percy (1301–1352), and his wife, Idonea (d. 1365), daughter of Robert, Lord Clifford. During his father's lifetime the younger Percy followed the sort of career in the king's wars expected of the son and heir of a leading baron. His father's constant involvement in the north meant that he could give his energies to campaigning in ...

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