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Carew, Sir Johnlocked

(d. 1362)
  • Robin Frame

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Carew, Sir John (d. 1362), soldier and justiciar of Ireland, was a son of the second marriage of Sir John Carew (d. 1324), who held Carew in Pembrokeshire, Moulsford in Berkshire, lands in Devon and Hampshire, and Idrone, Carlow, and other Irish properties which the family had acquired in the late twelfth century by grants made to ...

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Chancery records (Public Record Office)
, [20 vols.], PRO (1904–); also , 3 vols. (1898–1955)
(1900–)
Irish Manuscripts Commission
National Archives of Ireland, Dublin
National Archives of the United Kingdom, Public Record Office, London