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63) At Leicester in 1313 Thomas Louerd was sued because he refused a fellow guildsman his share of wool bought at Blackfordby.
He wrote articles about Coventry for the Guildsman, the magazine of the Coventry Freeman's Guild, of which he was a life member.
A CLEAR definition was provided by the late Abe Jephcott, a local historian of note, when writing in The Guildsman (the City of Coventry Freemen's Guild magazine) some 28-30 years ago.