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Clifford, Rosamund [called Fair Rosamund]locked

(b. before 1140?, d. 1175/6)
  • T. A. Archer
  • , revised by Elizabeth Hallam

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Clifford, Rosamund [called Fair Rosamund] (b. before 1140?, d. 1175/6), royal mistress, was the daughter of Walter Clifford and Margaret, daughter of Ralph de Tosny, and was born probably before 1140. She is linked to Henry II by a grant, recorded in the hundred rolls of 1274, made by the king of the manor of ...

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