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Tyler, Walter [Wat]locked

(d. 1381)
  • Andrew Prescott


Tyler, Walter [Wat] (d. 1381), leader of the peasants' revolt, was, as Froissart puts it, 'indeed a tiler of houses, an ungracious patron' (Dobson, 138). It has been generally assumed that he came from Kent. The Anonimalle chronicle states that he came from ...

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