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Wingham, Henry oflocked

(d. 1262)
  • A. J. Musson


Wingham, Henry of (d. 1262), administrator and bishop of London, came from Wingham in Kent. Having become a royal clerk he was provided with funds to purchase cloth and horses for the king's expedition to Poitou and Gascony in 1242–3. He was escheator south of the ...

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