A Medieval stained glass fragment, of diamond form titled 'Margaret daughter of de Loveyne and to her 2nd husband Sr. Philip St. Cleere Knight'.
Sir Philip St Clere (died 1408) was a son of Sir Philip St Clere of Ightham, Kent and Little Preston, Northamptonshire. He served as High Sheriff of Surrey and Sussex and was a major landowner whose estates included land in eight English counties. Margaret (died 1408) was his second wife and daughter of Sir Nicholas de Loveyne, a major English property owner and courtier, who held a number of senior positions in the service of King Edward III.
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