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William fitz Alanlocked

(c. 1105–1160)
  • Edmund King


William fitz Alan (c. 1105–1160), baron, was the son of Alan son of Flaald (d. c.1114), hereditary steward of the bishops of Dol in eastern Brittany, and Avelina, daughter of Ernulf de Hesdin in Ponthieu, a Domesday tenant-in-chief in ten counties. ...

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