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Clifford, Sir Lewis (c. 1330–1404), soldier and suspected heretic  

Peter Fleming

Clifford, Sir Lewis (c. 1330–1404), soldier and suspected heretic, 'far from being of the north-country baronial family was a cadet of the Cliffords of Devonshire, such small fry that their pedigree is difficult to trace' (McFarlane, 162). He was probably born in the early 1330s. His military career began inauspiciously as one of the ...

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Graham [Grimes], Robert [name in religion Alexis] (d. 1701), army officer and Trappist monk  

H. M. Chichester

revised by David Turner

Graham [Grimes], Robert [name in religion Alexis] (d. 1701), army officer and Trappist monk, was the second son of a certain ‘Colonel’ William Grimes, a cousin of the earl of Montrose, who is described in Lord Manchester's correspondence as a cavalry officer serving under ...

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Robert (d. 1102), crusader and martyr  

Nicholas Hooper

Robert (d. 1102), crusader and martyr, was the son of Godwine of Winchester and a companion of Edgar Ætheling. According to the late fourteenth-century Scottish writer John Fordun, in the early 1090s Edgar Ætheling was accused of plotting against William II by Ordgar...

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