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Calverley, Walterlocked

(d. 1605)
  • J. Andreas Löwe

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Calverley, Walter (d. 1605), murderer, was the eldest son and heir of William Calverley (d. 1572), writer, and his wife, Katharine, daughter of John Thorneholme of Haysthorpe, Yorkshire. His family were recusant landowners of Calverley, West Riding of Yorkshire, where he was probably born. While still a child, he lost his father. Under the terms of ...

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