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The Use of Sarum. 2 Vols. Camridge: Cambridge University Press,§. De Mowbray, a legend of Penwortham. Thomas Bosworth. Engr. front. laid down, 8pp cata. Orig. blue wavy-grained cloth, blocked in blind, spine lettered. Glastonbury Abbey was a monastery in Glastonbury, Somerset, ruins, a grade I listed building and scheduled ancient monument, are open as a visitor attraction.
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Suggesting that the whole name could mean 'An. Robert de Mowbray, a Norman, was Earl of Northumbria fromuntilwhen he was deposed for rebelling against William Rufus, King of England. He was the son of Roger de Mowbray and nephew of Geoffrey de Montbray, bishop of Coutances.
The family name derives from Montbrai in Manche, Normandy, Mowbray being an Anglicisation of it. Hugh de Hamonda-Villa was one of guardians of the Bishopric during the vacancy of the See on the death of that prelate. Thomas de Amundeville, aboutwitnesses a charter of Matthew de Lumley to Finchale Priory, and founded a chauntry at Coatham-Amundeville for the soul's rest of his parents, Richard and Clarice.
William the Conqueror and Aubrey de Coucy See more» Aubrey de Vere I. Aubrey (Albericus) de Vere (died circa ) was a tenant-in-chief in England of William the Conqueror inas well as a tenant of Geoffrey de Montbray, bishop of Coutances and of Count Alan, lord of Richmond.
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The king was de jure, if not de facto, the owner of the castles of his realm. The castle or private fortress was a feature in French social life and warfare from at any rate the middle of the ninth century. But in England it was certainly an unfamiliar and almost as 36 certainly an unknown feature, until the middle of the eleventh century.Set out on a trail.
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