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    RIDLEY, Thomas (by 1509-80), of Caughley, Willey and The Bold, nr. Kinlet, Salop.

    at Ely and was probably the father of Thomas Ridley†) or those of Alkington. His association with Reginald Ridley, probably the younger son of Owen Ridley of Alkington, suggests that he came from that family: in 1541 the two shared

    CLIFFORD, James, of Frampton-on-Severn, Glos.

    peace towards him. Settlement of their dispute (which seems to have had its origin in Berkeley's claims to land at Alkington and Nibley, which had once belonged to Clifford's mother) was delayed for at least four more years, and was

    GREVILLE, John (d.1444), of Sezincote, Glos.

    to give him, as one of his esquires, an annual fee of retainer of £4 6s.8d. from the manor of Alkington together with the right to farm two pastures there worth a similar sum. Greville’s connexion with the countess of

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