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Scott, Sir Williamlocked

(d. 1352x6)
  • Henry Summerson

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Scott, Sir William (d. 1352x6), justice, is usually said to have been a native of Kent, but in fact originated in Yorkshire, probably at Birthwaite in the parish of Kexbrough, in the part of the West Riding around Barnsley where he afterwards accumulated an estate. Without much doubt he owed his early advancement to the patronage of his fellow Yorkshireman ...

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