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Berkeley, James, first Baron Berkeleylocked

(c. 1394–1463)
  • G. L. Harriss


Berkeley, James, first Baron Berkeley (c. 1394–1463), nobleman, born in Raglan, Monmouthshire, was the son of Sir James Berkeley and Elizabeth Bluet and claimant to the Berkeley barony. He was dubbed 'James the Just' by the family historian James Smyth. The castle and hundred of ...

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