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Montagu, William, second Lord Montagulocked

(c. 1285–1319)
  • Anthony Gross

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Montagu, William, second Lord Montagu (c. 1285–1319), soldier and courtier, was the son of Simon de Montagu, first Lord Montagu (1259?–1316), and either Hawise, daughter of Amaury de St Amand, or his second wife, Isabella. William Montagu was descended from a prominent west-country family which traced its origins back to the conquest. The patrimony was concentrated in ...

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