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Ros, William de, first Lord Roslocked

(c. 1255–1316)
  • Colm McNamee

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Ros, William de, first Lord Ros (c. 1255–1316), nobleman and soldier, was the eldest son of Sir Robert de Ros (d. 1285), lord of Helmsley in Yorkshire, and Isabel (d. 1301), daughter and heir of William d'Aubigny, lord of Belvoir. Styled ...

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