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Harrington familylocked

(per. c. 1300–1512)
  • Rosemary Horrox

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Harrington family (per.c. 1300–1512), magnates, claimed descent from Osulf, whose son was a benefactor of St Bees Abbey, Cumberland, in the reign of Richard I. The family was originally of Flimby, Cumberland, and acquired Aldingham, Lancashire, in the late thirteenth century through the marriage of ...

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