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Hugh [Hugh of Beaulieu]locked

(d. 1223)
  • Henry Summerson

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Hugh [Hugh of Beaulieu] (d. 1223), bishop of Carlisle, probably originated in the vicinity of La Ferté-sur-Grosne in Burgundy, the site of a Cistercian abbey in which he became a monk. Nothing is recorded of his family except the names of two of his nephews, ...

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