Annales Monastici Volume 5

Annales Monastici Volume 5

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1869 edition. Excerpt: ...(Laci), Gilbert de (fourth baron), at the battle of the Standard, ii. 227, Wa.; his brother killed at the battle of the Standard, ib. Walter de (sixth baron), his lands seized by John, iv. 399, Wo.; driven into exile by John, i. 30, 59; iv. 399, M. T. Wo.; forced to abjure his pro-Lacy, Walter de--cont. pcrty in Ireland by John, ili. 32, D.; at the dedication of Worcester cathedral, iv. 409, Wo.; lord of Meath, iii. 85, D.; one of the chiefs of the army against Richard Marshal, iii. 137; iv. "8, D. O.; his wife Margaret de Braose, iv. 399, Wo. Hugh, lord of Ulster (brother of sixth baron), establishes English laws in Ireland, ii. 81, Wi; forced to fly by John from Ireland, i. 30; iii. 32, M. D.; driven into France by John, iv. 399, Wo.; exiled by the Albigeois, returns to England, and prays that his lands may be restored, iii. 75, D.; this re-fused, but an income of 300 marks given to him, ib.; goes into Ireland secretly, iii. 85, D.; his adultery, iii. 91, D.; attacked by William Marshal, ib.; sent to the king to sue for pardon, ib.; had been excommunicated, but is absolved by archbishop Langton, iii. 92, D.; one of the chiefs of the army against Richard Marshal, iii. 137; iv. 78, D. 0.; be-sieges him in Kildare, iv. 78, O. W.; inherits his wife's portion from Alan of Galloway, iii. 143, D. Gilbert de (son of sixth baron), dies, i. 78; iv. 422, T. Wo.; buried at Llanthony, i. 78, T. William de, taken prisoner by John in Ireland, iii. 32, D. Roger de, constable of Chester, sent into Normandy by John, i. 208, Bu.; defends Roche-Andeley against Philip II., but forced to surrender, ii. 255, Wa.; imprisoned, but allowed to ransom himself, ii. 256, Wa.; dies, iii. 33; iv. 55, D. O. John de; see Lincoln, earls of. Maud de (daughter of John), more

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