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Roumare, William de, first earl of Lincolnlocked

(c. 1096–1155x61)
  • Paul Dalton

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Roumare, William de, first earl of Lincoln (c. 1096–1155x61), justice, was lord of Roumare (Seine-Inférieure), Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, and Queen Camel, Somerset. He was the son of Lucy of Bolingbroke (d. c.1138), a kinswoman of Thorold, sheriff of Lincoln, and her second husband, ...

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