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date: 12 May 2021

Haute familylocked

(per. c. 1350–1530)
  • Peter Fleming

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Haute family (per.c. 1350–1530), gentry, was active in Kent and Sussex from at least the early thirteenth century. Bishopsbourne, between Canterbury and Dover, was their principal residence from the end of the fourteenth century, and they acquired Ightham Mote, near Sevenoaks, through the marriage of ...

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