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Butler, James, first earl of Ormondlocked

(c. 1305–1338)
  • Robin Frame

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Butler, James, first earl of Ormond (c. 1305–1338), magnate, was the eldest surviving son of Edmund Butler (d. 1321) and his wife, Joan, daughter of John fitz Thomas Fitzgerald (d. 1316), who was created earl of Kildare in 1316. He married in 1328 ...

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