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(d. 1050)
  • William Hunt
  • , revised by Mary Frances Smith


Eadsige (d. 1050), archbishop of Canterbury, was one of Cnut's royal priests, who became a monk of Christ Church, Canterbury, c.1030. According to a later charter, Cnut granted Folkestone to Christ Church in order to obtain Eadsige's admission, stipulating that he should have the land for his lifetime. ...

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