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Ferrers, Henry delocked

(d. 1093x1100)
  • Marios Costambeys

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Ferrers, Henry de (d. 1093x1100), magnate and administrator, was the eldest son of Walkeline de Ferrers (d. c.1040), and inherited his father's Norman patrimony, centred on Ferrières-St Hilaire. It is not known whether Henry de Ferrers fought at Hastings; although it is impossible to arrive at precise dates, he may have begun to acquire lands in ...

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