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Trubleville [Turbeville], Sir Henry delocked

(d. 1239)
  • C. J. Tyerman

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Trubleville [Turbeville], Sir Henry de (d. 1239), soldier and administrator of Gascony, possibly belonged to a family of Dorset landowners with property around Melcombe, who were probably recent immigrants from Normandy. The surname is derived from Troubleville (Eure) and appears occasionally as Turbeville...

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