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Butler, John, sixth earl of Ormondlocked

(d. 1476/7)
  • Steven G. Ellis


Butler, John, sixth earl of Ormond (d. 1476/7), magnate, was the second son of James Butler, the fourth earl (1390–1452). He served in Normandy under his elder brother in 1440, and was squire for the king's body when taken prisoner by the French in August 1449. He supported the Lancastrians in the civil war, serving under ...

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