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Longsword

Longsword, William (1196-1226), the natural son of Henry II. by "Fair Rosamund;" he was made Earl of Salisbury, and distinguished himself in the Crusades. His son, William (died 1250), was deprived of his earldom by Henry III., and was slain in the Crusades.