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Greystoke familylocked

(per. 1321–1487)
  • Keith Dockray

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Greystoke family (per. 1321–1487), magnates, of Greystoke near Penrith in Cumberland, entered the ranks of the lesser peerage when Ralph (I) Greystoke first Lord Greystoke (1299–1323), son and heir of Robert fitz Ralph (d. 1317), son of Ralph Fitzwilliam, was summoned to ...

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