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Ranulf (II) [Ranulf de Gernon], fourth earl of Chesterlocked

(d. 1153)
  • Graeme White

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Ranulf (II) [Ranulf de Gernon], fourth earl of Chester (d. 1153), magnate, was the son of Ranulf (I), third earl of Chester (d. 1129), and his wife, Lucy of Bolingbroke (d. c.1138). He had a half-brother, William de Roumare, Lucy's son from a previous marriage to ...

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