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Killamarsh [Kinwolmarsh], Williamlocked

(d. 1422)
  • J. L. Kirby


Killamarsh [Kinwolmarsh], William (d. 1422), administrator, came from Killamarsh in Derbyshire. He was first named as a king's servant in January 1405, when he petitioned successfully for the grant of forfeited goods to the value of 10 marks. In 1406 he was a clerk in the wardrobe of the king's household, and was granted a yearly rent of ...

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