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Reynolds [Heyne, Heyerne], Walterlocked

(d. 1327)
  • J. Robert Wright


Reynolds [Heyne, Heyerne], Walter (d. 1327), archbishop of Canterbury, is said to have been the son of a Windsor baker named Reginald, and there is considerable evidence for his links with Windsor. The names Heyne and Heyerne, used of him in two chronicles, are unaccounted for and their status unclear....

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