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Popham, Sir Johnlocked

(c. 1395–1463)
  • Anne Curry

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Popham, Sir John (c. 1395–1463), military commander and diplomat, was the son of Sir John Popham (d. 1418), a younger son of the Hampshire family of Popham, which lies between Basingstoke and Winchester. His mother was Matilda, probably the daughter of Oliver Zouche...

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