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Sudbury, Simonlocked

(c. 1316–1381)
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Sudbury, Simon (c. 1316–1381), administrator and archbishop of Canterbury, was born at East Dereham in Norfolk, the second son of Nigel Thebaud and his wife, Elizabeth. His father was a wealthy merchant of woollen cloths and furs, who received an esquire's livery from ...

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