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date: 15 December 2019

Osgod Clapalocked

(d. 1054)
  • Ann Williams

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Osgod Clapa (d. 1054), landowner and exile, whose byname means 'a coarse, rough person', is usually assumed to be a Dane who followed King Cnut to England. He may, however, have been a descendant of Osgod, Eadulf's son, kinsman of Theodred...

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