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Calveley, Sir Hughlocked

(d. 1394)
  • Kenneth Fowler

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Calveley, Sir Hugh (d. 1394), military commander, was the son of David Calveley of Lea in Cheshire and his first wife, Joan.

Calveley served his military apprenticeship in the war of succession in Brittany (1341–64), in which the English supported the partisans of ...

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