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Isabella, suo jure countess of Gloucesterlocked

(c. 1160–1217)
  • Robert B. Patterson


Isabella, suo jure countess of Gloucester (c. 1160–1217), queen of England, first consort of King John, was the third and youngest daughter of William, earl of Gloucester (d. 1183), and Hawisia (d. 1197), daughter of Robert, earl of Leicester (d. 1168). Through her father she was first cousin once removed of ...

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