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    ALMER, William, of Pant Iocyn, Denb.

    place of residence. Between 1554 and 1558, however, the seat at Almer was demolished, and the materials used to build a new house, Pant Iocyn, in the same parish. Almer himself added to the family estates in 1575 by securing,

    ALMER (AYLMER), Edward (by 1516-74 or later), of Denbigh and Gresford, Denb.

    hall to that King, and both his sons, John Almer, Edward’s father, and William Almer, became yeomen of the crown under Henry VII and serjeants-at-arms under Henry VIII. By contrast, Edward Almer is not found at court, nor did he

    EDWARDS, John II (c.1562-1625), of Plas Newydd, Chirk, Denb.

    was put forward as a candidate for the county election in opposition to William Almer of Pant Iocyn, who had already represented Denbighshire in 1572. Almer had the support of the Salusburys of Lleweni and the Thelwalls of Plas-y-ward, and

    WHITING, John, of Shaftesbury, Dorset.

    other times at the Dorchester assizes in pleas of novel disseisin, and in 1408 as feoffee of the manors of Almer and Lytchett Minster.[footnote] Among his other associates of note was Thomas Cammell, his fellow Member for Shaftesbury in 1391,

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