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Braybrooke [Braybroc], Henry oflocked

(d. 1234)
  • George Garnett

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Braybrooke [Braybroc], Henry of (d. 1234), sheriff and justice, was the only son of Robert of Braybrooke, who had risen from obscurity late in Richard I's reign to become, under King John, sheriff of Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire, Northamptonshire, and Rutland, and who accumulated under-tenancies concentrated in ...

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