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date: 24 February 2020

Mowbray, William delocked

(c. 1173–c. 1224)
  • James Tait
  • , revised by Hugh M. Thomas

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Mowbray, William de (c. 1173–c. 1224), baron, was the eldest son of Nigel de Mowbray (d. 1191) and Mabel (d. c.1219), probably the daughter of William de Patri, and the grandson of Roger (I) de Mowbray. He had two or three brothers and a sister. ...

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