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Neville, Alan delocked

(d. c. 1176)
  • David Crook

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Neville, Alan de (d.c. 1176), administrator, probably took his name from Neuville in Normandy. He is first recorded in 1138, in the retinue of Count Waleran of Meulan, whose butler he became with an annual fee of 100s. About this time he married a daughter of a baron of the honour of ...

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