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date: 23 August 2019

Percy, Sir Henry delocked

(d. 1272)
  • Hugh M. Thomas

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Percy, Sir Henry de (d. 1272), baron, was the eldest son of William de Percy (1191x3–1245) and William's second wife, Elena, daughter of Ingram de Balliol. Early in 1249, while still under age, he made a proffer of £900 to gain control of his lands and marriage. He was knighted before June 1257, the year in which he served in ...

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