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Longchamp, William delocked

(d. 1197)
  • Ralph V. Turner

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Longchamp, William de (d. 1197), administrator and bishop of Ely, probably born near Argenton, Normandy, was a son of Hugh de Longchamp, who was a servant of Henry II, farmer of the revenues of the honour of Conches, Normandy, at the time of his death (probably in 1187). ...

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