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Cobham, Thomaslocked

(c. 1265–1327)
  • Roy Martin Haines

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Cobham, Thomas (c. 1265–1327), bishop of Worcester, was the sixth son of John Cobham (d. 1300), of Cobham and Cooling, Kent, and his wife, daughter of Sir Robert Septvans [see Cobham family]. His early career is obscure, but from 1284 he was retained by the ...

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