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Oldcoates [Ulecot], Sir Philip oflocked

(d. 1220)
  • John M. Todd

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Oldcoates [Ulecot], Sir Philip of (d. 1220), soldier and administrator, took his name from Oldcoates in Nottinghamshire. The only son of Gerard of Styrrup (d. in or before 1200) and of Matilda daughter of Ingeram, he is first recorded in 1194, when, as a knight of the honour of ...

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