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Reginald, earl of Cornwalllocked

(d. 1175)
  • David Crouch

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Reginald, earl of Cornwall (d. 1175), magnate, was the illegitimate son of Henry I and Sibyl, daughter of Robert Corbet. It has been generally assumed that he was the Reginald de Dunstanville who held considerable lands in Wiltshire for which he had exemption from geld in 1130, but the ...

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