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date: 29 January 2020

Stafford, Ralph, first earl of Staffordlocked

(1301–1372)
  • Carole Rawcliffe

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Stafford, Ralph, first earl of Stafford (1301–1372), soldier and magnate, was the elder son and heir of Edmund de Stafford, first Lord Stafford (1273–1308), and Margaret (d. 1337), daughter of Ralph, first Lord Basset (d. 1299), of Drayton, Staffordshire.

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