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Joan, suo jure countess of Kent, and princess of Wales and of Aquitaine [called the Fair Maid of Kent]locked

(c. 1328–1385)
  • Richard Barber

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Joan, suo jure countess of Kent, and princess of Wales and of Aquitaine [called the Fair Maid of Kent] (c. 1328–1385), known (perhaps sarcastically) to her contemporaries as ‘the Virgin of Kent’, and to later generations as ‘the Fair Maid of Kent’...

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(1891–)
, [20 vols.], PRO (1904–); also , 3 vols. (1898–1955)
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