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Pole, John de la, earl of Lincolnlocked

(c. 1460–1487)
  • Rosemary Horrox

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Pole, John de la, earl of Lincoln (c. 1460–1487), magnate and rebel, was the eldest son of John de la Pole, second duke of Suffolk (1442–1492), and Elizabeth (1444–1503/4), sister of Edward IV, who had married by the beginning of 1458. He was created ...

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