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Coucy, Enguerrand [Ingelram] de, earl of Bedfordlocked

(c. 1340–1397)
  • M. H. Keen


Coucy, Enguerrand [Ingelram] de, earl of Bedford (c. 1340–1397), magnate, was the only son of Enguerrand (VI) de Coucy, lord of the barony of Coucy in Picardy, and Catherine of Habsburg. His father died when he was in his fifth year, and his lands were placed in trust by ...

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