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Danby familylocked

(per. 1493–1667)
  • J. T. Cliffe

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Danby family (per. 1493–1667), gentry, had two main residences in Yorkshire, the ancestral mansion at Thorpe Perrow in the North Riding parish of Well, and Farnley Hall, near Leeds, in the West Riding. Although they were already a family of some consequence in the fifteenth century, it was not until the reign of ...

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