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Marshal, William [called the Marshal], fourth earl of Pembrokelocked

(c. 1146–1219)
  • David Crouch

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Marshal, William [called the Marshal], fourth earl of Pembroke (c. 1146–1219), soldier and administrator, was the son of John Marshal (d. 1165) and Sybil (fl. c.1146–c.1156), daughter of Walter of Salisbury. He is one of the few medieval laymen to be the subject of a biography, ...

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