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Trussell, Sir Williamlocked

(fl. 1307–1346/7)
  • Roy Martin Haines

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Trussell, Sir William (fl. 1307–1346/7), administrator and landowner, is sometimes difficult to distinguish from a number of namesakes. An elder William Trussell received a summons to parliament in 1294 and was sheriff of Kent in 1297–8. A younger namesake held the manor of ...

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