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date: 21 August 2019

Perrers [married name Windsor], Alicelocked

(d. 1400/01)
  • C. Given-Wilson


Perrers [married name Windsor], Alice (d. 1400/01), royal mistress, was probably the daughter of Sir Richard Perrers of Hertfordshire, who was imprisoned in 1350 and outlawed in 1359 following a land dispute with the abbey of St Albans—a fact which may explain the extreme hostility towards her of ...

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J. Strachey, ed., , 6 vols. (1767–77)
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