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Erpingham, Sir Thomaslocked

(c. 1355–1428)
  • Simon Walker

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Erpingham, Sir Thomas (c. 1355–1428), soldier, was the son of Sir John Erpingham of Erpingham and Wickmere, Norfolk, the head of an established East Anglian gentry family. His early career was a military one. In September 1368 he accompanied his father to Aquitaine...

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