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De Monte-Acuto, Nun At Shaftsbury (deceased)

(unk) de monte acuto (deceased)

*(Baron) William Montacute (De Monte-Acuto), I (c.1150 - c.1218)

V. WILLIAM DE MONTACUTE who succeeded to the barony, and in the sixth year of Richard I. (1196) paid £6-1s-6d for his estates in the County of Somerset as scutage for the King's ransom, He was sher...

*Drogo (deceased)

Drue de Monte-Acuto "Drogo Juvenis" (c.1125 - 1196)

IV. DRUE DE MONTEACUTO upon the assessment of the aid for marrying the King's daughter, 12th Henry II. (ii67) certified his Knight's fees to be in number-nine, a half and a third part of the old feos...

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Drogo (deceased)

Drogo (deceased)

Drogo (deceased)

"Friend of the Family" of William the Conquerer Drogo was born about the year 1040. He became the trusted companion, follower, and intimate friend of Robert, Earl of Moriton (or Mortain), the favorit...

drogo de monte acuto (1040 - 1125)

Drogo de Monte Acuto (deceased)

Drogo de Monte-Acuto (c.1040 - 1125)

was born about the year 1040. He became the trusted companion, follower, and intimate friend of Robert, Earl of Moriton (or Mortain), the favorite brother of William, Duke of Normandy. Drogo and the ...

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Probably the first Richard Montague who ever lived. It is recorded of him, that in the second year of Henry II. (1156) he paid £20 into the King's exchequer for the ancient pleas; and 7th of Henry II...

Richard (c.1110 - d.)

Wife of Drogo De Monte-Acuto (Unknown) (1040 - d.)

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Wife of William de Monte Acuto (Unknown) (1190 - d.)

William de Monte-Acuto (1066 - 1156)

Drogo was succeeded by his son and heir--- II. WILLIAM MONTACUTE 1 who erected a Monastery at Montacute Mountain and endowed it with the borough and Market of Montacute. An ancient record written a...