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Re: William Eure (Lord) 1577 and 1582 period
Posted by: Andrew Vevers (ID *****6447) Date: November 14, 2003 at 07:49:26
In Reply to: Re: William Eure (Lord) 1577 and 1582 period by Andrew Vevers of 619

I'd also add that the line that remained behind in Evre and called themselves Clavering (this was one of their manors in Essex)lost out not too long afterwards and the properties were forfeited by the king and handed over to the Neville and Percy families. Hence for instance Warkworth Castle in Northumberland is or until recently was still owned by the Duke of Northumberland, a Percy.

The Nevilles were pretty big at Warwick for example.

Don't know if this is relevant to the latin script.

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