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date: 22 February 2020

Daubeney familylocked

(per. c. 1225–c. 1510)
  • Dominic Luckett

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Daubeney family (per.c. 1225–c. 1510), gentry, of Somerset and Bedfordshire, came originally from Brittany, their name deriving from the town of Aubigné in the diocese of Rennes. By the 1220s, in addition to their Breton estates, the family held property in ...

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