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date: 19 February 2020

Mowbray, Thomas, first duke of Norfolklocked

  • C. Given-Wilson


Mowbray, Thomas, first duke of Norfolk (1366–1399), magnate, was the second son of John (III) Mowbray, fourth Lord Mowbray (1340–1368), and Elizabeth Seagrave (1338–1364×8), granddaughter of Thomas of Brotherton, earl of Norfolk. He was born in 1366, although the usually accepted date, 22 March 1366, seems too early, given that his brother ...

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