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Abetot, Urse d'locked

(c. 1040–1108)
  • J. H. Round
  • , revised by Emma Mason


Abetot, Urse d' (c. 1040–1108), administrator, derived his name from St Jean d'Abbetot, near Tancarville (Seine Inférieure) where he was probably born. He appears in Domesday Book as a tenant-in-chief in the counties of Hereford, Gloucester, Warwick, and Worcester, and as a subtenant in ...

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