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Edgcumbe [Edgecombe], Sir Richardlocked

(c. 1443–1489)
  • J. L. Kirby

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Edgcumbe [Edgecombe], Sir Richard (c. 1443–1489), administrator, was the son of Piers Edgcumbe of Cotehele in Calstock, Cornwall, and Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Holland. In the parliament of 1467–8 he represented the borough of Tavistock, and in the same year was appointed escheator for the counties of ...

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