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Walter [Walter of Lorraine]locked

(d. 1079?)
  • Julia Barrow

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Walter [Walter of Lorraine] (d. 1079?), bishop of Hereford, was of Lotharingian origin, according to John of Worcester. He evidently must have been one of the fairly numerous group of Lotharingian clerics invited into England by Edward the Confessor to serve the royal court. The life of ...

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