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Eadric [Edric] the Wild [Eadric Cild]locked

(fl. 1067–1072)
  • Ann Williams


Eadric [Edric] the Wild [Eadric Cild] (fl. 1067–1072), magnate, was a son of Ælfric, brother (or perhaps nephew) of Eadric Streona (d. 1017). He held land in Herefordshire, but most of his estates lay in Shropshire, where he and his kinsman Siward, son of ...

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