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Sir Thomas BLOUNT of Elwaston, Treasurer of Normandy
Margaret GRESELEY
Husband:  Thomas BLOUNT
Birth:  presumably, Elwaston, DBY
Death:  1456 
Father:  Sir Walter BLOUNT
Mother:  Sancha de Ayala
Marriage:
Wife:  Margaret GRESELEY
Birth:  of Greseley
Wife's Father:  Sir Thomas GRESELEY, Knight
Children:
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Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; UK, United Kingdom, ENG, England, Derbyshire, Derbys

Source:

1.  Sir Bernard Burke.  1883.  A Genealogical History of the Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages of the British Empire.  New ed.  Harrison, London.  On p. 55:
SIR THOMAS BLOUNT, treasurer of Normandy, who was then seated at Elwaston, in Derbyshire, and to whom the Duke of Exeter gave 1,000 marks (£666 6s. 8d.) to found a charity at Leicester.  Sir Thomas m. 1st, Margaret, dau. of Sir Thomas Greseley, Knt., of Greseley, and dying in 1456, left issue...
See entire excerpt posted at the BLOUNT Biographies Board at GenConnect under the title "Burke's 'BLOUNT--Barons Mountjoy and Earl of Devon'."

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