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Wyle, Walter de lalocked

(d. 1271)
  • B. R. Kemp

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Wyle, Walter de la (d. 1271), bishop of Salisbury, derived his name from a place represented now by Wyld Court in Hampstead Norris, Berkshire. He belonged to a minor landholding family within the diocese of Salisbury and if, as seems likely, he was a younger son, he later succeeded to the patrimony, which then comprised two carucates in ...

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