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date: 22 February 2020

Twyford, Sir Nicholaslocked

(d. 1390/91)
  • Paul Strohm


Twyford, Sir Nicholas (d. 1390/91), goldsmith and mayor of London, may have taken his name from Twyford in Buckinghamshire—his known kinsmen included Thomas Conelee of Buckinghamshire. The most prominent and prosperous goldsmith during the period 1360–90, Twyford was frequently involved in business dealings with ...

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