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date: 04 April 2020

Lisle, Lady Alice [née Alice Beconsawe]locked

(c. 1614–1685)
  • Michael J. Galgano

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Lisle, Lady Alice [née Alice Beconsawe] (c. 1614–1685), supposed traitor, was born at Moyles Court, Ellingham, Hampshire, the second daughter of Sir White Beconshaw (or Beconsawe; d. 1638), a local landowner and ship money sheriff for Hampshire. Her mother's identity is unknown. ...

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