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Mansel, Johnlocked

(d. 1265)
  • Robert C. Stacey

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Mansel, John (d. 1265), administrator and royal councillor, is said by Matthew Paris to have been the son of a country priest. A papal letter of 1259, confirming a dispensation granted to Mansel by Pope Innocent IV, reports that Mansel's father, a man of noble family, married ...

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