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Mortimer, Hugh delocked

(d. 1181?)
  • J. F. A. Mason

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Mortimer, Hugh de (d. 1181?), magnate, was the second son of Hugh (I) de Mortimer (d.c. 1148x50) and an unknown wife, and not, as the foundation narratives of Wigmore Abbey have it, of the Domesday tenant-in-chief Ralph (I) de Mortimer (c. 1080–1104)...

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