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Bigod, Hugh, first earl of Norfolklocked

(d. 1176/7)
  • A. F. Wareham

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Bigod, Hugh, first earl of Norfolk (d. 1176/7), magnate, was the second son of Roger (I) Bigod (d. 1107), sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, and his second wife, Alice de Tosny. On the death of his half-brother William in the wreck of the ...

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Oxford Medieval Texts
H. R. Luard, ed., , 7 vols., RS, 57 (1872–83)
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