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date: 05 December 2019

Bonneville, Alexander [alias Richard the Englishman]locked

(d. 1336)
  • William Chester Jordan

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Bonneville, Alexander [alias Richard the Englishman] (d. 1336), criminal, was named from the Surrey village of Godstone, in the diocese of Winchester, from which he fled to France in 1335. His antecedents are otherwise unknown. He knew French, and the name by which he was known was his own rendering of ...

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