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Gravesend, Stephenlocked

(c. 1260–1338)
  • Roy Martin Haines

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Gravesend, Stephen (c. 1260–1338), bishop of London, may have been a son of Stephen Gravesend, knight, although in 1303 the latter is stated to have been only 'forty or more'. Richard Grene of Gravesend, treasurer of St Paul's, was possibly his brother, more likely his cousin. The ...

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