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Ifor ap Llywelyn [called Ifor Hael] (fl. c. 1320–1380), landowner and patron of poetry, owned Gwernyclepa in the parish of Basaleg, lordship of Newport. His father was Llywelyn ab Ifor of St Clears and Gwynfe in Carmarthenshire, who married (as the first of her three husbands) ...


Lowther, William, first earl of Lonsdale (1757–1844), landowner and literary patron, was born on 29 December 1757 at Little Preston Hall, near Leeds, the elder son of the Revd Sir William Lowther, baronet (1707–1788), rector of Swillington, and Anne Zouch (1723–1759), daughter of the ...


Luttrell, Sir Geoffrey (1276–1345), landowner and patron of the Luttrell psalter, lord of Irnham, Lincolnshire, was the son of Sir Robert Luttrell of Irnham (c.1255–1297) and his wife, Joan. Her parentage is unknown; she was still living in June 1320. Luttrell...


Sir Geoffrey Luttrell (1276–1345) drawing [with his wife, Agnes Sutton, and his daughter-in-law, Beatrice Scrope] The British Library