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Droxford [Drokensford], Johnlocked

(d. 1329)
  • M. C. Buck

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Droxford [Drokensford], John (d. 1329), administrator and bishop of Bath and Wells, probably came from Droxford in Hampshire, where he was baptized; he later built a tomb for his mother in the church of Droxford and undertook restoration work there. He had at least three brothers: ...

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