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Trollope, Sir Andrewlocked

(d. 1461)
  • Anne Curry

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Trollope, Sir Andrew (d. 1461), soldier, was probably related to the Trollope family of Thornley, co. Durham, some of whom were dyers. From at least the late 1420s he served as a mounted man-at-arms at Tombelaine under Thomas Burgh and at Fresnay-le-Vicomte under ...

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