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Usk, Adamlocked

(c. 1350–1430)
  • C. Given-Wilson


Usk, Adam (c. 1350–1430), chronicler, was born in the Monmouthshire town of Usk about the middle of the fourteenth century. His first patron was Edmund Mortimer, earl of March and lord of Usk, who sent him to Oxford, where in 1387 he was ...

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National Archives of the United Kingdom, Public Record Office, London
W. H. Bliss, C. Johnson, & J. Twemlow, eds., (1893–)
Chancery records (Public Record Office)