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Marmion, Robertlocked

(d. 1144)
  • Peter Coss

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Marmion, Robert (d. 1144), baron and soldier, was the son of Roger Marmion of Lincolnshire. He had succeeded his father by Michaelmas 1129 and the pipe roll of 1130 shows that he owed the sum of £176 13s. 4d. as relief for his father's lands, of which ...

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