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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HACON, John, of Great Yarmouth, Norf.

    he joined the fleet under the joint command of the admirals of the west and north as master of La Cog John of Yarmouth, manned by a crew of 60 mariners; and later from 11 May to 3 July 1377

    THOMER (TOMERE), William, of Bridgwater, Som.

    at the time of the Peasants’ Revolt, when Thomer seems again to have been involved. Certainly, a crayer called Le Cog John and three lasts of herring worth £15, which he owned jointly with one John Bursy, were subsequently confiscated

    FASTOLF, Hugh (d.c.1392), of Great Yarmouth and Caister, Norf. and London.

    in a fleet of warships conscripted for defence, and for the next four months he was at sea on La Cog John, manned by 50 mariners and 50 soldiers. Such was his ability that by December 1362 he had been

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