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Monmouth, John oflocked

(c. 1182–1248)
  • A. F. Pollard
  • , revised by R. R. Davies

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Monmouth, John of (c. 1182–1248), baron, son of Gilbert of Monmouth and his wife Bertha, was the great-great-grandson of William fitz Baderon, who is recorded in Domesday Book as the possessor of many lands and lordships in Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, and the Monmouth area. ...

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