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Sir Robert Marney (ca. 1319 – 1400), of Layer Marney, Essex, and Kingsey, Buckinghamshire, was a 14th-century English politician. He was the son of Sir William Marney and his wife Katherine Venables. He has been described as "disreputable local gentry" by one 21st-century historian and was accompanied on various violent and criminal acts in the Colchester area.

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  • Sir Robert Marney (ca. 1319 – 1400), of Layer Marney, Essex, and Kingsey, Buckinghamshire, was a 14th-century English politician. He was the son of Sir William Marney and his wife Katherine Venables. He has been described as "disreputable local gentry" by one 21st-century historian and was accompanied on various violent and criminal acts in the Colchester area.
  • Sir Robert Marney (ca. 1319 – 1400), of Layer Marney, Essex, and Kingsey, Buckinghamshire, was a 14th-century English politician. He was the son of Sir William Marney and his wife Katherine Venables. He has been described as "disreputable local gentry" by one 21st-century historian and was accompanied John Fitzwalter, 2nd Baron FitzWalter on various violent and criminal acts in the Colchester area.
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  • Sir Robert Marney (ca. 1319 – 1400), of Layer Marney, Essex, and Kingsey, Buckinghamshire, was a 14th-century English politician. He was the son of Sir William Marney and his wife Katherine Venables. He has been described as "disreputable local gentry" by one 21st-century historian and was accompanied on various violent and criminal acts in the Colchester area. Marney was a Member of Parliament for Essex in 1369, 1371, 1376, October 1377, 1379, November 1380, October 1382, October 1383, November 1384, 1386, and January 1390.He was a Justice of the Peace for Essex and involved in the suppression of the Peasants' Revolt in 1381.
  • Sir Robert Marney (ca. 1319 – 1400), of Layer Marney, Essex, and Kingsey, Buckinghamshire, was a 14th-century English politician. He was the son of Sir William Marney and his wife Katherine Venables. He has been described as "disreputable local gentry" by one 21st-century historian and was accompanied John Fitzwalter, 2nd Baron FitzWalter on various violent and criminal acts in the Colchester area. Marney was a Member of Parliament for Essex in 1369, 1371, 1376, October 1377, 1379, November 1380, October 1382, October 1383, November 1384, 1386, and January 1390.He was a Justice of the Peace for Essex and involved in the suppression of the Peasants' Revolt in 1381.
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