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Bryan, Sir Francis [called the Vicar of Hell]locked

(d. 1550)
  • Susan Brigden

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Bryan, Sir Francis [called the Vicar of Hell] (d. 1550), courtier and writer, was the first surviving son of Sir Thomas Bryan (d. 1518), courtier, of Ashridge in Hertfordshire and his wife, Margaret Bryan [née Bourchier] suo jure Baroness Bryan (...

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