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Lestrange [Strange], Roger, Lord Lestrangelocked

(d. 1311)
  • David Crook

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Lestrange [Strange], Roger, Lord Lestrange (d. 1311), soldier and administrator, was a younger son of John (III) Lestrange (c. 1194–1269), lord of Knockin in Shropshire, and his wife, Lucia, daughter of Robert of Tregoz. Roger benefited from the grant of rebel lands in that and the following year and in 1267 he received his first royal commission, to inquire into the trespasses committed against the king by the men of the rebellious ...

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