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    WESTBURY, John (d.c.1443), of Hill Deverill, Wilts.

    is last mentioned in 1443, when Henry VI, making a grant to King’s college, Cambridge, of the manor of Brixton Deverill, also gave the farm for the manor due from him for the period Easter 1442-3, which amounted to 47

    STOURTON, John II (1400-62), of Stourton, Wilts.

    encountered ‘great charges’ while serving in Calais and, furthermore, had made the King a gift of the manor of Brixton Deverill, so that it might form part of the endowment of King’s college, Cambridge.[footnote]Stourton’s military service in Calais had followed

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