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Encyclopedia > William Marshall

William Marshall is a named shared by several people:

  • William Marshal, father and son, 12th-to-13th-century British noblemen
  • William Marshall (illustrator) the 17th-century illustrator
  • William Calder Marshall, the 19th-century Scottish sculptor
  • William Raine Marshall, the 19th-century American politician
  • William Marshall (commander) the 20th-century military commander
  • William H. Marshall the actor, film director and producer
  • William Leonard Marshall, 20th-century mystery writer

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William Marshal, 1st Earl of Pembroke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1637 words)
However, in 1182 William Marshal was accused of undue familiarity with Marguerite of France, the Young King's wife, and exiled from court.
William fulfilled this promise, crusading in the Holy Land from 1183 to 1186; while there he vowed to be buried as a Knight Templar.
William Marshal is the main character of the novel A Pride of Kings by Juliet Dymoke, published by the New English Library in 1978.
William Marshall (2740 words)
Isabel brought to Marshal the palatine lordships of Pembroke and Striguil in Wales and the lordship of Leinster in Ireland.
William Marshal was the epitome of knighthood and chivalry.
William Marshal was the main force and impetus for the defeat of Philip II of France, even leading the attack to relieve Lincoln castle in May 1217 though he was seventy years old.
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