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Fitzwilliam, Sir Ralphlocked

(c. 1256–1316/17)
  • T. F. Tout
  • , revised by J. S. Hamilton

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Fitzwilliam, Sir Ralph (c. 1256–1316/17), baron, was the son of William fitz Ralph of Grimthorpe in Yorkshire, and of his wife, Joan, daughter of Thomas of Greystoke. He was probably born about 1256, as he is described in a pipe roll (24 Ed. I) as forty years old and more. In 1277 he served on behalf of his uncle, ...

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