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Mauley familylocked

(per. c. 1226–1415)
  • Richard Gorski

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Mauley family (per.c. 1226–1415), barons, of Mulgrave, Cleveland, emerged from obscurity in the early thirteenth century as a result of royal patronage, and are in many ways representative of the middling peerage of later medieval England. Despite the problems of untangling individual careers, seven successive lords of ...

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