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Tiptoft [Tibetot], Robert, Lord Tiptoftlocked

  • W. E. Rhodes
  • , revised by R. R. Davies


Tiptoft [Tibetot], Robert, Lord Tiptoft (1228?–1298), soldier and administrator, succeeded to the lands of his father, Henry, in January 1250. He was a staunch supporter of Henry III and the Lord Edward during the troubles of the 1260s. In November 1265 he was made constable of ...

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