Robert De Vere, 19th Earl of Oxford - Ancestry

Ancestry

Ancestors of Robert de Vere, 19th Earl of Oxford
8. John de Vere, 15th Earl of Oxford
4. Aubrey de Vere
9. Elizabeth Trussell
2. Hugh de Vere
10. Sir John Spring
5. Margaret Spring
11. Dorothy Waldengrave
1. Robert de Vere, 19th Earl of Oxford
3. Eleanor Walsh

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