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Burnell, Robertlocked

(d. 1292)
  • Alan Harding

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Burnell, Robert (d. 1292), administrator and bishop of Bath and Wells, came from a family that by 1198 had given its name to Acton Burnell in Shropshire.

Robert was probably the son of Roger Burnell, last heard of in 1259, from whom he would have inherited the half of the manor of ...

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