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William Cragh
... Captured in 1290 by the son of William de Briouze, the Cambro-Norman Lord of Gower, he was tried and found guilty of having killed thirteen men ... Cragh was executed just outside Swansea within sight of de Briouze's Swansea Castle, twice, as the gallows collapsed during his first hanging ... Lady Mary de Briouze decided for reasons unknown to intercede on Cragh's behalf, and prayed to the deceased Bishop of Hereford, Thomas de Cantilupe, asking him to ask God ...
Donnchadh, Earl Of Carrick - Ireland
... The Anglo-Norman John de Courcy, whose early life was probably spent just across the Irish Sea in Cumbria, invaded the Ulaidh (eastern Ulster) in 1177 with the aim of conquest ... After defeating the region's king Ruaidhrí Mac Duinn Shléibhe, de Courcy was able to take control of a large amount of territory, though not without encountering further resistance ... of the Gall-Gaidhil, and around 1180 John de Courcy married Donnchadh's cousin Affraic inghen Gofraidh, whose father Guðrøðr (Gofraidh), King of the Isles, was son of ...
William Cragh - Execution
... about a quarter of a mile (400 m) outside Swansea, in sight of de Briouze's Swansea Castle, on Monday 27 November 1290 ... Fachan, who was forced into that service by de Briouze. 400 pm and sent it into the town at the request of William de Briouze's wife, Lady Mary ...
William Cragh - Background
... He was apprehended in 1290 by the son of William de Briouze, the Lord of Gower, who was defending his father's lands against incursions by the rebels still at large ... Cragh was one of 14 prisoners captured by de Briouze, 12 of whom were subsequently released ... Cragh's friends and family rallied round to offer 100 cows to de Briouze for his release, but the offer was refused ...