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William Cusance (died c. May 5, 1360) was an English administrator who served as treasurer from 1341 to 1344. Of a Burgundian family, he made his career through the patronage of Hugh Despenser the younger. Cusance did not, however, suffer from the downfall of the Despensers and Edward II in 1327, as by this time he was associated with the household of prince Edward, the soon-to-be Edward III. Before his appointment as treasurer, he served as keeper of the king's wardrobe, a post to which he briefly returned in 1349–50. A later appointment as archdeacon of Cornwall was challenged by a papal nominee, and Cusance was drawn into a lengthy legal battle.
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