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Deyville [Daiville], Sir John delocked

(c. 1234–1290/91)
  • Oscar De Ville

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Deyville [Daiville], Sir John de (c. 1234–1290/91), rebel, was the son of Robert de Deyville and his wife, Denise Fitzwilliam, of Sprotborough. The Deyvilles, who took their name from Déville (Seine-Maritime) in north-east Normandy, were established in Nottinghamshire and north Yorkshire during the twelfth century, above all through their links with the ...

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