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Elizabeth of Lancasterlocked

(1364?–1425)
  • Anthony Goodman

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Elizabeth of Lancaster (1364?–1425), noblewoman, was the younger daughter of Edward III's son John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster (1340–1399), and of Blanche of Lancaster (1346?–1368) [see under John of Gaunt]. In September 1372 she and her sister Philippa and younger brother ...

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