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Ranulph Dacre (abt. 1420 - 1461)

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Ranulph Dacre
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Died in Towton, North Yorkshire, Englandmap
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Biography

He wrongfully assumed the title of Lord Dacre of Gilsland, and was summoned to Parliament by that name, in 1460.

He fought against Edward IV. at Towton, 1461 and was killed there.

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