William Turbe; ?-1174; clergyman and Bishop of Norwich

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William Turbe; ?-1174; clergyman and Bishop of Norwich

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?-1174

History

Wife was Lady Agnes, daughter of Pain Fitz-John.\r\nCame to England and was placed in the monks that Herbert Losinga introduced here. 1158 - paid 200 marks for scutage to King Henry II for the army in Wales. In 1164 he was one of the witnesses to the deed of nobility and clergy. Elected and consecrated 1146 or early 1147. Died 16 January 1174. Buried in the choir on the north side of Norwich Cathedral.

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Norwich, Norfolk

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clergyman; Bishop of Norwich

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GB/153/NM/5427

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Created on: 21/11/2003 by Droip

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