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Mortimer, Sir Edmundlocked

(1376–1408/9)
  • T. F. Tout
  • , revised by R. R. Davies

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Mortimer, Sir Edmund (1376–1408/9), landowner and rebel, was the youngest child of Edmund (III) Mortimer, third earl of March (1352–1381), and his wife, Philippa (b. 1355, d. before 1381), the daughter of Lionel, duke of Clarence, and heiress of Ulster. He was born at ...

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