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Text:"... the princess comimand-, rim, as '' his queen," to do so. They are then removed as pr soners to Conway castle. RogerDeMortimer, the governor, who, in the opening scene of the piece, is represented..."
Date:Jan 13 1829
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... upon record, ROGERDEMORTIMER, Is deemed by some to have been son of William de Warren, and by others, of Walter de St. Martin, brother of that William. Which Roger was founder of the abbey of St Victor..."
Date:1831
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...260 ROGERDEMORTIMER. the long career of Roger de Mortimer abounded; and, however dull the following facts relating to him may be in perusal, the labour of collecting them could only have been..."
Date:1828
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...204 ROGERDEMORTIMER. nephew and himself were committed by Edward the Second for the conduct just noticed, is proved to be erroneous : nor is the statement of other writers, that he died..."
Date:1828
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... (DE MONTACUTE), 5th earl of Salisbury. Died 1397, June 3. (6) 1348, Apr. 23. Sir ROGER (DEMORTIMER), 4th lord Mortimer de Wigmore, afterwards 2nd earl of March. Died 1359-60, Feb. 26. (7) 1348, Apr. 23..."
Date:1906
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... and died in 1336. SEAL. A shield of arms vair borne upon an eagle. SIGILL 1 IOHANNIS DE BELLO CAMPO. XLIII. ROGERDEMORTIMER, LORD OF PENTKELLYN in Wales, was a younger son of the chief of his name, Sir..."
Date:1903
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"..., devolved upon Lord RogerDeMortimer, in right of his wife ; and, as part of the lordship of Meath, it afterwards, in common with the earldom of March, became vested in the Crown. The borough..."
Date:1846
Place:Ireland
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Text:"...-Ralph, whose grandson, another John, left two daughters his coheirs ; whereof, Elizabeth married Robert Chamberlayne ; and Maud, Sir Robert Convers. MORTIMER OF CHIRKE. (I EDW. II.) ROGERDEMORTIMER, a younger..."
Date:1844
Place:Nova Scotia, Canada
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Text:"..., his successor ; Peter John, a ^rey friar at Shrewsbury ; and Hugh, of Chelmersh. He d. in 1246, and was «. hy his eldest son, ROGERDEMORTIMER, who, in theSlstof Henry HI, paying two thousand myrks..."
Date:1831
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... of Gauerrena, or Warren, in Normandy, who married a daughter of Rafe de Torta, a noble Dane, Protector of Normandy during the nonage of Duke Richard I., and had: 8. RogerDEMORTIMER (brother of William de..."
Date:1914
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"... with his permission, I know not. His younger daughter Gladusa married RogerDeMortimer, Earl of March, and became the mother of the unhappy paramour of Queen Isabella. His grandson Llewelyn ab Gruffydd is..."
Date:1891
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Text:"...Original Bocummts. INVENTORY OF THE EFFECTS OF ROGERDEMORTIMER AT WIGMORE CASTLE AND ABBEY, HEREFORDSHIRE. DATED 15 EDWARD II., a.d. 1322. COMMUNICATED BY THE REV. LAMBERT B. LARKING. M.A. Among..."
Date:1844
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"..., Jan. 20. EDMUND DE MORTIMER, as a Banneret. 1327, Jan. 20. ROGERDEMORTIMER, as a Banneret. 1327, Jan. 20. GEOFFRY DE MORTIMER, as a Banneret. 1327, Jan. 20. GERARD DE LA BRET, as a Banneret. 1327, Jan..."
Date:1906
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... but perfected and endowed largely by himself. He died in Cleobur>' in 1188, leaving issue by Maud his wife, daughter of William Longespe, Duke of Normandy, four sons: Roger, Hugh, Ralph and William. ROGERDE..."
Date:1914
Place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...ROGERDEMORTIMER. 261 there to join the expedition into France,* 1 and undoubtedly obeyed the writ, for he is expressly stated to have received letters of protection in that year in consequence..."
Date:1828
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"..., bearing date the 8tli day of July, 1354, in the twenty-eighth year of the reign of King Edward III. whereby, after reciting that the judgment against RogerDeMortimer, Earl of March, had been annulled..."
Date:1901
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... simply to dislodge the intruders. In 1380 RogerDeMortimer, then thirty years of age, son of Phillippa Plantagenet, and next of kin to the crown, was appointed viceroy. He was kindly received..."
Date:1874
Place:England
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Text:"... simply to dislodge the intruders. In 1380 RogerDeMortimer, then thirty years of age, son of Phillippa Plantagenet, and next of kin to the crown, was appointed viceroy. lie was kindly received..."
Date:1874
Place:England
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Text:"...ROGERDEMORTIMER. 259 in the 29th and 32nd Edw. I. 1301, 1304 ; and in the 35th Edw. I. 1307, obtained a charter for a market and fair in his manor of Preston in Kent. Writs of summons..."
Date:1828
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... against RogerDeMortimer, Earl of March, had been annulled as erroneous, the said King Edward III. commanded that the rolls* memoranda and muniments, which belonged to the said Earl, and which were..."
Date:1836