Luke de Tany
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Luke de Tany (died 1282) was a high-ranking Norman lord. He was once the Seneschal of Gascony. He served Edward I of England during his conquest of Wales by successfully capturing Anglesey in 1282. From Anglesey, de Tany sent a strong force over the Menai Strait where they were defeated at the Battle of Moel-y-don. Luke de Tany was slain during the battle.
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