Agnes De Greasley (1212 - 1265)

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Agnes De Greasley
1212 - 1265
updated February 06, 2019
Agnes De Greasley was born in 1212 at . She died in 1265 at at 53 years of age.

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Agnes De Greasley died in 1265 at at age 53. She was born in 1212 at . There is no information about Agnes's surviving family.
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