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Arundell familylocked

(per. 1435–1590)
  • Pamela Y. Stanton

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Arundell family (per. 1435–1590), gentry, constituted an ancient lineage in Cornwall, although their beginnings, which despite claims of Norman ancestry cannot be securely traced back before the early thirteenth century, are obscure. They prospered during the fourteenth century, thanks in part to several well-endowed marriages, and by the end of the fifteenth century had expanded into numerous branches, of which the most important were those based at ...

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