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Thirning, Williamlocked

(d. 1413)
  • C. L. Kingsford
  • , revised by Anthony Tuck


Thirning, William (d. 1413), justice, probably came from Thirning in Huntingdonshire, where his name occurs in connection with the manor of Hemingford Grey. Thirning served on various commissions before becoming a serjeant in 1383. In 1377 he was on the commission of peace for the county of ...

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