John de Courcy

(d. c. 1219) conqueror of Ulster

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(d. 1219).

Conqueror of Ulster. De Courcy's parentage is unknown, though he probably came from Somerset. He is said to have visited Ireland in 1171 with Henry II, who promised ...

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