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Brotherton [Marshal], Margaret, suo jure duchess of Norfolklocked

(c. 1320–1399)
  • Rowena E. Archer

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Brotherton [Marshal], Margaret, suo jure duchess of Norfolk (c. 1320–1399), magnate, was the eldest daughter and eventually sole heir of Thomas of Brotherton, first earl of Norfolk (1300–1338), the eldest son of Edward I from his second marriage, and Alice Hales (d...

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Chancery records (Public Record Office)
West Sussex Record Office, Chichester
College of Arms, London
National Archives of the United Kingdom, Public Record Office, London
, [20 vols.], PRO (1904–); also , 3 vols. (1898–1955)