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Longespée, Nicholaslocked

(d. 1297)
  • B. R. Kemp

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Longespée, Nicholas (d. 1297), bishop of Salisbury, was the fourth and youngest son of William (I) Longespée (d. 1226), illegitimate son of Henry II, who was created third earl of Salisbury, and Ela (d. 1261), heir to the earldom of Salisbury and founder of ...

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