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Glanville [Glanvill], Ranulf delocked

(1120s?–1190)
  • John Hudson

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Glanville [Glanvill], Ranulf de (1120s?–1190), justiciar, was born in Suffolk. His foundation at Butley Priory preserved the tradition that his birthplace was Stratford, probably Stratford St Andrew near Saxmundham. The family name comes from a Norman village in Calvados, near Pont-l'Évêque, north-west of ...

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