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Buxhull, Sir Alanlocked

(1323?–1381)
  • Colin Paine

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Buxhull, Sir Alan (1323?–1381), soldier, was the only son of Sir Alan Buxhull, lord of Buxhull in Sussex and tenant-in-chief of Bryanston in Dorset, and of Maud. In 1355 he served on Edward III's mission to Navarre, and went on campaign in ...

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