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Leybourne [Leyburn], Sir Roger oflocked

(c. 1215–1271)
  • Kathryn Faulkner

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Leybourne [Leyburn], Sir Roger of (c. 1215–1271), soldier and landowner, was the son of Sir Roger of Leybourne (b. 1182×90, d. before 1251), of Leybourne, Kent, and of Eleanor (d. 1219/20), daughter and coheir of Stephen of Thornham (d. 1213/14), a Kentish landowner. ...

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