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Seagrave [Segrave], Sir Stephen oflocked

(d. 1241)
  • William Hunt
  • , revised by Paul Brand

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Seagrave [Segrave], Sir Stephen of (d. 1241), justice and administrator, was son of Gilbert of Seagrave, who held lands at Seagrave in Leicestershire and in 1166 held Brailes in Warwickshire as a fourth part of a knight's fee, under William, earl of Warwick...

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