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Matilda [Maud] of Lancaster, countess of Ulsterlocked

(d. 1377)
  • Robin Frame


Matilda [Maud] of Lancaster, countess of Ulster (d. 1377), noblewoman, was a daughter of Henry, third earl of Lancaster (c. 1280–1345), and his first wife, Maud, daughter of Patrick Chaworth of Kidwelly. She was thus a sister of Henry of Grosmont, first duke of Lancaster...

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