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Shoreditch, Sir Johnlocked

(d. 1345)
  • Roy Martin Haines

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Shoreditch, Sir John (d. 1345), administrator and diplomat, was of obscure origins. He was styled magister in 1315, presumably of Oxford—two years later an inquiry was ordered into an allegation that he had been abducted and robbed there. By 1321 he occurs as DCL....

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