by Timothy Gordon Barclay [1]


Numerous authors have explored the identities of individuals and families using the toponymic ‘de London’ in the twelfth to fourteenth centuries. In particular, the explorations of the apparently related de London families of south-west England, Wales and Scotland, have produced largely reliable accounts, but, as each has concentrated on a single family at a time, the connections between them have remained elusive. A new study of wider scope exposes these ties and proposes a solution to the shared heritage of these de London families.

Foundations (2018) 10: 103-127                             © Copyright FMG and the author

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