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Richard fitz Nigel [Richard fitz Neal]locked

(c. 1130–1198)
  • John Hudson

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Richard fitz Nigel [Richard fitz Neal] (c. 1130–1198), administrator, writer, and bishop of London, was the son, presumably illegitimate, of Nigel (c. 1100–1169), Henry I's treasurer and bishop of Ely, who in turn was nephew of Roger of Salisbury (d. 1139). Contemporaries referred to him at various stages of his life until he became bishop of ...

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