Gospatric, Earl of Northumbria
Gospatric or Cospatric (from the Cumbric "Servant of Saint Patrick"), (died after 1073), was Earl of Northumbria, or of Bernicia, and later lord of sizable estates around Dunbar. While his paternal ancestry is uncertain, his descendants held the Earldom of Dunbar, later known as the Earldom of March, in south-east Scotland until 1435.

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Gospatric, Earl of Northumbria - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gospatric or Cospatric (from the Cumbric "Servant of Saint Patrick"), (died after 1073), was Earl of Northumbria, or of Bernicia, and later lord of sizable estates ...
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Gospatrick mac Maldred, Earl of…
Gospatric mac Maldred, Earl of Dunbar. Gospatric or Cospatric (from the Cumbric "Servant of Saint Patrick"), was Earl of Northumbria, or of Bernicia, and later lord ...
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Dunbar Royal Lineage - Dunbar DNA Project
Gospatric, (The Lord Gospatric, Earl of Northumberland, the first to hold ... (c1090 ) Ethelreda of Northumberland (dau of Gospatrick, Earl of Northumberland, 1st ...
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Clan Dunbar History
ORIGINS CLAN DUNBAR. On an exposed cliff overlooking the North Sea, the Picts built a fortress to defend themselves from invading Scots, Saxons, and Britons.
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Gospatric - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The family name of the Earls of Dunbar (Gospatricsson); Gospatric, Earl of Northumbria (Cospatrick), Earl of Northumbria; Gospatric II, Earl of Lothian, Earl of ...
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Family tree for Gospatric, Earl of Northumberland
The Robinson Family has been traced by Lillian Millett and others back through Scottish and English kings to the first century A.D. The historical account on this ...
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- Person Page 10664 - The Peerage
Gospatric, Earl of Northumberland was born between 1040 and 1048 at Northumberland, England.2 He was the son of Maldred, Lord of Allerdale and Ealdgyth ( ...
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Pedigree: Gospatrick I MacCRINAN (1st Earl) of DUNBAR
The PEDIGREE of. Gospatrick I MacCRINAN (1st Earl) of DUNBAR. (Cospatrick); Earl of NORTHUMBRIA. Born: abt. 1040 Died: 1072. HM George I's 17-Great ...
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Gospatric the Earl, son of Maldred (1st Earl) 1037-1100
Gospatric the Earl, son of Maldred, born about 1037, was confirmed in the earldom of Northumberland in 1067 by William the Conqueror; but he and others of ...
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Earl Of Northumbria Gospatric - Genealogy.com
Earl Of Northumbria Gospatric (son of King Of Cumberland Maldred and Of Northumbria Ealdgyth) was born 1040 in Northumberland, England, and died 1075 ...
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Gospatric, Earl of Northumbria - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gospatric or Cospatric (from the Cumbric "Servant of Saint Patrick"), (died after 1073), was Earl of Northumbria, or of Bernicia, and later lord of sizable estates ...
Gospatric II, Earl of Lothian - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He was the son of Gospatric I, sometime Earl of Northumbria (d. after 1073). ... 1138)', in Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004 ...
Gospatric - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The family name of the Earls of Dunbar (Gospatricsson); Gospatric, Earl of Northumbria (Cospatrick), Earl of Northumbria; Gospatric II, Earl of Lothian, Earl of ...
Gospatrick mac Maldred, Earl of Northumbria (c.1040 - c.1075 ... - Geni
May 5, 2013 ... Genealogy for Gospatrick mac Maldred, Earl of Northumbria (c.1040 - c.1075) on Geni with ... Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, 2003.
Gospatric - Oxford DNB
Earl Gospatric purchased the earldom of Northumbria from William I after the death ... 1073x5)', Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, ...
Family tree for Gospatric, Earl of Northumberland
The Robinson Family has been traced by Lillian Millett and others back through Scottish and English kings to the first century A.D. The historical account on this ...
Gospatric Dunbar 1040 - 1074 Allerdale, Cumberland, , England
Name: Gospatrick // Earl of Northumberland. Given Name: Gospatrick. Name: Gospatrick I Earl of Lothian /de Dunbar/: Name: Gospatric /of DUNBAR/: Name: ...
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Dec 28, 2011 ... Research Notes: Gospatric, Earl of Northumbria From Wikipedia, the .... Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005. ISBN 0-521-82992-5
SIWARD OF NORTHUMBRIA - WorldConnect Project
Jun 1, 2013 ... Quoted from C. P. Lewis, ?Waltheof, earl of Northumbria (c.1050?1076)?, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, ...
Siward, Earl of Northumbria: Information from Answers.com
This is a written instruction, issued either by the future Gospatric, Earl of Northumbria or Gospatric, son of Earl Uhtred) that was addressed to all Gospatric's ...
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I Never Knew That About the Scottish
I Never Knew That About the Scottish
Christopher Winn, 2012
THE FIRST MAN to be styled EARL OFDUNBAR was the Anglo-Saxon noble Gospatric II (d.1138), son of Gospatric, Earl of Northumbria, a kinsman of the Royal House of Dunkeld. In 1072 Gospatric II was stripped of his Northumbrian earldom ...
Caledonia: or, a historical and topographical account of North ...
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George Chalmers, 1902
521 ; George, 11th Earl of, iii. 260-263, 442 ; iv. 539 ; George Home, Lord Home and Earl of, iii. 303, 344, 479; George de, iii. 252. Gospatric, Earl of Northumberland and afterwards 1st Earl of, i. 416a, 418, 423 ; iL 499, 500, 702 ; iii. 238, 239 ...
The British Chronicles
The British Chronicles
David Hughes, 2007
Crinan The Thane of Athole - dl045 = Bethoc I see 57A I DUNCAN I King of Scotland MALCOLM III King of Scotland see 57D I Gospatric Earl of Northumbria 1067-72, dl075 = Athelreda Maldred I Lord of Carlyle dl045 Ealdgyth of Northumbria ...
The Ecclesiastical History of Orderic Vitalis
The Ecclesiastical History of Orderic Vitalis
Ordericus Vitalis, Marjorie Chibnall, 1969
Godiva, wife of Earl Leofric (not Earl /Elfgar), 216 and n. 1. Godwin, Earl of Wessex, 177 n. 6; father ... 232; later becomes earl of Dunbar, 350 n. 1. Gospatric , son of Gospatric, Earl of Northumbria, brother of Waltheof abbot of Crowland, 350 n.
A genealogical and heraldic History of the Commoners of Great ...
A genealogical and heraldic History of the Commoners of Great ...
John Burke, 1834
Workington (says Camden) is now the seat of the ancient knightly family of the Curwens, descended from Gospatric, Earl of Northumberland, who took that name by covenant from Culwen, a family of Galloway, the heir whereof they had ...
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Gospatric, Earl of Northumbria
Who was the ‘Cumbrian’ Earl Gospatric? | The Wild Peak
In three previous articles I kept hovering around Gospatric, an earl of Northumbria in the eleventh century. Sometime before or after the Norman Conquest he issued a writ granting the use of some of his lands in northern Cumbria to one of his men: Thorfinn Mac Thore. It’s a fascinating document not least because it…
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Gospatric and the earls of Dunbar « Senchus
Next month sees the publication of a book which I suspect will be a useful resource for anyone interested in the final phases of the period covered here at Senchus. It deals with the Scottish earls of Dunbar who wielded great power in Lothian and along the eastern section of the English Border. These lords…
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The Normans Come to Cumbria | Grisdales of Matterdale - Social and Family History Stories
‘Lament the grief and suffering of the wretched people’ At the time of the Norman Conquest in 1066 present-day Cumberland and Westmorland (‘Cumbria’) were remote and little developed regions of northwest England. The area was peopled by a mix of Cumbric-speaking Britons, Norse-Irish settlers and, mainly in the low-lying fringes, English-speaking Anglians. There were certainly…
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Alice, Ida, and Margaret de Tosny | rosamondpress
Alice of Huntingdon was the mother of Margaret de Tosny who was the mother of Rosamond de Clifford. Alice is the descendant of the Kings of Norway, Sweden, and Denmark, and is kin to Kings of Scotland. Ralph de Tosny was the Standard Bearer for William the Conqueror who had an interest in being connected…
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Distracting From The Now: The 'True' History of Hereward the Wake
I laid down the gauntlet in a previous blog saying an author could have improved his book by making his best guess at Hereward's life. Having done a bit of reading, I am going to give my own best guess.
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Norman Conquest: Definition from Answers.com
Norman Conquest n. The conquest of England by the Normans under William the Conqueror, especially the Battle of Hastings
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English Historical Fiction Authors: The Last English King
by Martin Lake If you were to ask someone the name of the last Anglo-Saxon king of England you would probably be told it was King Harold, the man who lost his eye, the Battle of Hastings and his throne. But if you were to ask someone the question in the autumn of 1066 they would have given a different answer.
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Authority In England 11th Century History Essay
English kings throughout the entirety of the eleventh century were met with great difficulty in asserting their overlordship in England north of ...
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Duncan II, King of Scots d. 12 Nov 1094: Red1st
Duncan II, King of Scots d. 12 Nov 1094: Red1st
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