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Thomas of Lancaster, second earl of Lancaster, second earl of Leicester, and earl of Lincolnlocked

(c. 1278–1322)
  • J. R. Maddicott

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Thomas of Lancaster, second earl of Lancaster, second earl of Leicester, and earl of Lincoln (c. 1278–1322), magnate, was the eldest son of Edmund, earl of Lancaster and Leicester (1245–1296), second surviving son of Henry III, and of Blanche (d. 1302), widow of ...

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