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 Domesday Book 1086 England

Urso d"Abetot  Took much land from Worcester church and Odo of Bayeux after his disgrace ( Half brother of William I who rebelled against him) Land holdings in Worcestershire, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and Warwickshire

Walterius (Gautier) d'Aincourt   Holding in six midland and northern counties

Hugh de Beauchamp Large holdings in Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Bucks

Robert de Beaumont  Holdings in Leicestershire, Northhants and Warwickshire

William de Braose from Braose, near Falaise, Normandy, Lord of the Sussex Rape of Bramber, with the castle there. Holdings in five other southern counties

Osbern Giffard Holdings in Northamptionshire and five southern counties

Walter Giffard, son of Osbern Giffard (de Bollbec) Domesday Commissioner; Keeper of Windsor Castle; Earl of Buckingham (1100); died in 1103 Holdings in 10 counties.

Richard de Clare of Tonbridge

Gilbert de Clare, son of Richard of Tonbridge