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Lacy, Peterlocked

(c. 1310–1375)
  • John L. Leland

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Lacy, Peter (c. 1310–1375), administrator, is first recorded in 1337, as a clerk in the household of Prince Edward, the eldest son of Edward III, who had recently been made duke of Cornwall. By 1339 he was parson of Whitstone, Cornwall, but was described as being 'of ...

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