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date: 22 February 2020

Ruxley [Rokesley], Gregory oflocked

(d. 1291)
  • Frédérique Lachaud


Ruxley [Rokesley], Gregory of (d. 1291), merchant and mayor of London, took his name from Ruxley in north Kent; the Robert whose manor of Ruxley was confiscated by King John may have been his ancestor. A goldsmith by profession, Gregory belonged to that group of leading ...

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