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William le Gros, count of Aumale and earl of Yorklocked

(c. 1110–1179)
  • Paul Dalton

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William le Gros, count of Aumale and earl of York (c. 1110–1179), magnate, was the son of Stephen, count of Aumale (d. c.1127), and Hawisa, the daughter of Ralph de Mortimer of Wigmore. William had at least two brothers and four sisters. His wife, ...

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