Barlings, Abbey of
Barlings, Abbey of
Founded in 1154 in honour of Our Lady by Ralph de Haye who had given some lands to the Abbot of Newhouse

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  • De Lacy — (Lascy, Lacie, Lacey, Lacy) is the surname of an old Norman noble family originating from Lassy (Calvados). The first records are about Hugh de Lacy (1020 – 1049). Descendents of Hugh de Lacy left Normandy and came to England along with William… …   Wikipedia

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