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Neville, Ralph, first earl of Westmorlandlocked

(c. 1364–1425)
  • Anthony Tuck

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Neville, Ralph, first earl of Westmorland (c. 1364–1425), magnate, was the eldest son of John Neville, fifth Baron Neville (c. 1330–1388), and Maud (d. 1378/9), daughter of Henry, second Lord Percy of Alnwick.

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