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date: 09 July 2020

Mortimer, Roger, second earl of Marchlocked

  • R. R. Davies


Mortimer, Roger, second earl of March (1328–1360), magnate, was the son of Edmund (II) Mortimer (d. 1331) and his wife, Elizabeth Badlesmere. He was born at Ludlow, his grandmother's home, on 11 November 1328. The execution of his notorious grandfather, Roger (V) Mortimer, ...

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