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Ros, Robert delocked

(d. c. 1270)
  • Nicholas Vincent

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Ros, Robert de (d.c. 1270), baron and royal counsellor, was the younger son of Robert de Ros of Helmsley in Yorkshire (c.1182–1226/7) and his wife, Isabella, an illegitimate daughter of William I, king of Scots. The Ros family, which took its name from ...

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