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Fitzalan, Edmund, second earl of Arundellocked

(1285–1326)
  • C. Given-Wilson

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Fitzalan, Edmund, second earl of Arundel (1285–1326), magnate, born on 1 May 1285 at Marlborough Castle, Wiltshire, was the son of Richard (I) Fitzalan, first earl of Arundel (1267–1302), and Alasia (Alice), daughter of Thomas, marquess of Saluzzo in Piedmont (causing one chronicler to remark that he was descended from 'the impious Lombards'). In 1302 his wardship and marriage were granted to ...

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