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Mandeville, Geoffrey de, first earl of Essexlocked

(d. 1144)
  • C. Warren Hollister

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Mandeville, Geoffrey de, first earl of Essex (d. 1144), magnate, was the son and heir of William de Mandeville, constable of the Tower of London, and Margaret, daughter of Eudo de Ryes, royal dapifer (‘steward’) and lord of Colchester. According to a charter of the 1140s in favour of ...

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