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Ferrers familylocked

(per. c. 1240–1445)
  • Eric Acheson

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Ferrers family (per.c. 1240–1445), nobility, were lords of Groby in Leicestershire. The family was descended from Henry de Ferrers who arrived in England from Normandy during the reign of William I, and whose heir, Robert (d. 1139), was created earl of Derby...

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