What Did John De Courcy Look like?

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John De Courcy was a big man, physically very strong, tall with long lean limbs and blond. He moved to the territory of the Dal nAraide in Ireland where he killed the king there. He was a brave man of war always grasping the nettle as well as being the first in action or danger.
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John de Courcy built the famous Carrickfergus castle, we missed going there because of the weather! Rage! Built on the rocky shores of Belfast Lough, County Antrim. John de Courcy's
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One of the knights who came to Ireland in the twelfth century, John de Courcy was �a man of courage and a born fighter, always in the front line and always taking upon himself
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In early February 1177 John de Courcy, a knight from Somerset who had come over with Henry II in 1171, sallied out from Dublin with 22 mailed horsemen and some three 300 soldiers.
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So John de Courcy became the ruler of Lecale and conqueror of many other parts of Ulster. Lands in Lecale were settled by his followers and many of their descendents live in the area
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