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date: 18 October 2019

Manners, Sir Robertlocked

(d. 1354)
  • W. A. J. Archbold
  • , revised by C. M. Fraser


Manners, Sir Robert (d. 1354), administrator and landowner, was the son of Sir Robert de Manners, whose family had owned Etal in north Northumberland since at least 1232. He was appointed among the commissioners of truce between England and Scotland in January 1328, probably to represent the interest of the bishop of ...

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