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Seagrave [Segrave], Sir Hughlocked

(d. 1387)
  • John L. Leland

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Seagrave [Segrave], Sir Hugh (d. 1387), administrator and courtier, was, on the evidence of his arms, a junior or bastard member of the baronial Seagrave family, which became extinct in its main line in 1353. He may be the Hugh who was squire to ...

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