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The execution of Hugh le Despenser the younger, from a manuscript of Jean Froissart.

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(This chart from The Complete Peerage gives some antecedents of Hugh le Despenser the Younger. “Hugh: slain at Evesham” was his grandfather, who m.

Titles: Lord Despenser. Status: Married, to Eleanor le Despenser, nee de Clare (3rd October 1292). Children: Hugh “Huchon” (b. 1308), Gilbert (b.

... Clares to the Despensers via Eleanor de Clare's marriage to Hugh Despenser the Younger. Probably in 1324, Hugh the Younger imprisoned a man for taking ...

Lordship of Glamorgan transferred to eleanor s husband, the notorious Hugh despenser The Younger 1st

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The Honourable Sir Charles Robert,Spencer, Viscount Althorp (1857 - 1922) is Steven Wood Collins' 3rd cousin 2x removed of husband of 7th cousin 4x removed.

1774 October 16 Jane BENNY christened in Sithney, Cornwall, Jane married Anthony BENNY 3 Feb 1803, Sithney, Cornwall. Anthony christened.

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Division of Gwynedd in 1247 following the succession of the brothers Owain (whose lands are shown in dark green) and Llywelyn (light green) ap Gruffudd.

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