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date: 16 September 2019

Wesenham, Johnlocked

(fl. 1333–1382)
  • T. H. Lloyd

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Wesenham, John (fl. 1333–1382), merchant, shipowner, and financier, was named after the Norfolk village of Weasenham, 6 miles east of Bishop's Lynn. In the early stages of his career his economic interest clearly centred on shipping and the grain trade, which in East Anglia...

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