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Feckenham [Howman], Johnlocked

(c. 1510–1584)
  • C. S. Knighton


Feckenham [Howman], John (c. 1510–1584), abbot of Westminster, was the son of Humphrey Howman (d. 1550) of Beanhall, Feckenham, Worcestershire, a tolerably prosperous husbandman, and his wife, Florence (d. 1550); three other sons and three daughters of this marriage reached adulthood. When both parents died in 1550 their last months had been clouded by ...

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