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Fauconberg, Eustace delocked

(c. 1170–1228)
  • Fred A. Cazel, Jr

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Fauconberg, Eustace de (c. 1170–1228), administrator and bishop of London, derived his surname from Fauquembergues in Flanders. He was a younger son of Peter de Fauconberg, lord of Rise in Holderness, and probably of his wife, Beatrice. He must have had a university education since he is often entitled 'master', though also 'don', a style favoured by graduates of ...

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Chancery records (Public Record Office)
H. R. Luard, ed., , 5 vols., RS, 36 (1864–9)
National Archives of the United Kingdom, Public Record Office, London
H. R. Luard, ed., , 7 vols., RS, 57 (1872–83)