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Umfraville, de, familylocked

(per. c. 1100–1245)
  • Henry Summerson

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Umfraville, de, family (per.c. 1100–1245), barons, became prominent among the ruling families of England's border with Scotland by virtue of their strategically important lordships of Prudhoe and Redesdale. But it cannot be said for certain either where they came from, though Offranville...

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