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Pantulf, Williamlocked

(d. 1112?)
  • Mary Bateson
  • , revised by Frederick Suppe

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Pantulf, William (d. 1112?), baron, was one of Roger de Montgomery's tenants in the district of Hièmes in the diocese of Sées. The tenurial relationship between these two families existed as early as 1027–35. His mother's name was Beatrice, and she held lands 'apud Fossas' (not identified). ...

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