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Tany, Sir Luke delocked

(d. 1282)


Tany, Sir Luke de (d. 1282), soldier and administrator, was an important landowner in Yorkshire and Northumberland, and served as constable of Tickhill and Knaresborough at the end of the barons' wars of Henry III's reign. A thoroughgoing royalist, he was responsible for beheading some of those he captured, though apparently after some form of trial. He went with the future ...

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