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Valence [Lusignan], William de, earl of Pembrokelocked

(d. 1296)
  • H. W. Ridgeway

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Valence [Lusignan], William de, earl of Pembroke (d. 1296), magnate, was the fourth or fifth son of Isabella of Angoulême, widow of King John, and her second husband, whom she married in 1220, Hugues (X) de Lusignan, count of La Marche. He was born probably at ...

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