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Mellers, Agneslocked

(d. 1513/14)
  • Adrian Henstock

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Mellers, Agnes (d. 1513/14), benefactor, is of unknown origins. She is first recorded in a property deed of 1488, by when she had been married for several years to the Nottingham bell-founder Richard Mellers (d. 1507), whose origins are likewise unknown. As his surname does not feature in earlier surviving borough records it seems likely he was an outsider who attained burgess status in ...

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Surtees Society
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Nottinghamshire Archives, Nottingham
Borthwick Institute of Historical Research, University of York
J. S. Brewer, J. Gairdner, & R. H. Brodie, eds., , 23 vols. in 38 (1862–1932); repr. (1965)