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Wake, Thomas, second Lord Wakelocked

(1298–1349)
  • W. M. Ormrod

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Wake, Thomas, second Lord Wake (1298–1349), nobleman, was the son and heir of John, first Lord Wake (1268–1300), and Joan (d. 1309), who was probably the daughter of Sir John Fitzbernard of Kingsdown, Kent. He was born about 20 March 1298. After the death of his father his lands and marriage fell into the custody of the crown and various of his estates were granted in wardship to his mother, ...

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