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    BEAUCHAMP, Sir John (1377-1420), of Holt, Worcs.

    of his manors (Holt itself and those he had acquired by marriage: Shotteswell, Barnacle and Bubbenhall in Warwickshire, and Wiggington, Ardley and Weston in Oxfordshire, in all worth about �100 a year), so these were exempt from forfeiture; but other

    TERRINGTON, William (d.1409), of Aspley Guise, Beds.

    proved far more serious. Her rightful third of the manors of Bubbenhall and Shotteswell in Warwickshire and Wigginton, Weston and Ardley in Oxfordshire had been seized in the early 1360s by her stepdaughter’s husband, Sir John Beauchamp† of Holt, a

    POPE, Thomas (1506/7-59), of Clerkenwell, London and Tittenhanger, Herts.

    under age when Pope acquired some property from him. Cromwell seems to have kept his word, for the lands, at Ardley, remained with Pope, who also held the manor there when he died. In September 1536 Pope joined his colleague

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