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Ross familylocked

(per. c. 1215–c. 1415)
  • R. W. Munro
  •  and Jean Munro

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Ross family (per.c. 1215–c. 1415), nobility, took both name and title from one of the ancient provinces of Scotland, situated north of the Moray Firth. As first constituted, the earldom comprised only Easter Ross, that is, the eastern and central parts of modern ...

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