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Ranulf (I) [Ranulf le Meschin], third earl of Chesterlocked

(d. 1129)
  • Edmund King

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Ranulf (I) [Ranulf le Meschin], third earl of Chester (d. 1129), magnate, was son of Ranulf (Ralph) de Briquessart, vicomte of the Bessin (the area around Bayeux), and Matilda, daughter of Richard, vicomte of the Avranchin (the area around Avranches). The name ...

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