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Mohun [Moyon], William de, earl of Somersetlocked

(d. c. 1145)
  • Robert Bearman

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Mohun [Moyon], William de, earl of Somerset (d.c. 1145), magnate, was the heir, and almost certainly the son, of the Domesday tenant-in-chief William de Mohun, who in 1086 held extensive estates, mainly in Somerset, centred on a castle at Dunster. His mother would thus have been ...

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