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Pain fitz Johnlocked

(d. 1137)
  • J. F. A. Mason

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Pain fitz John (d. 1137), baron and administrator, was perhaps the eldest son of John, nephew of Waleram, also known as John fitz Richard, and the grandson of a moneyer who held a mill in the Avranchin. He shared two characteristics with several other of the ‘new men’ who served ...

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