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    SALVEYN, John, of Hemingbrugh, Yorks.

    Askes and the 1st Lord Eure, but both branches of the family, the junior of Newbiggin and the senior of Croxdale, Durham, were Catholic, which accounts for their not being on the commission of the peace in this period after

    BEVERLEY, Richard, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumb.

    about this MP, who is first mentioned in April 1402, when he appears as a trustee of the manor of Croxdale and land in Quarrington, Northumberland, holding to the use of the Tirwhit family. In the following August he witnessed

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