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Author:Hugh Montgomery

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ISBN: 978-0-9572113-8-4

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Published: 2012-06-06T16:00:00+00:00

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Chapter Seven

“Clare has risen, FitzOsborne has risen, Montgomery has risen”

(From Puck of Pook’s Hill by Rudyard Kipling)

 

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The God-Kings of England by Hugh Montgomery

Author:Hugh Montgomery , Date: June 7, 2019

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Author:Hugh Montgomery

Language: eng

Format: epub

ISBN: 978-0-9572113-8-4

Publisher: Temple Publications

Published: 2012-06-06T16:00:00+00:00
Chapter Seven

“Clare has risen, FitzOsborne has risen, Montgomery has risen”

(From Puck of Pook’s Hill by Rudyard Kipling)

Post 1066, the Domesday Book and the Families

Although William was crowned and acknowledged as King in the winter of 1066 it was to be another 20 years before England could be considered to be entirely under his control. In March of 1067 William returned to Normandy. He took with him as hostages Prince Edgar, as well as the Earls Morcar, Edwin and Waltheof, so as to remove any leaders of an Anglo-Saxon revolt. In his absence he appointed as joint regents Odo, Bishop of Bayeaux, now Earl of Kent and William Fitz Osbern, now Earl of Hereford. Their particular task was to fortify England by building castles throughout William’s and their domains. Naturally this was seen by the Anglo-Saxons as oppression. Anglo-Saxon chronicle says, “They built castles far and wide throughout the land, oppressing the unhappy people.”

It was perfectly obvious however, to the Normans, that if they were to control England, they had to have castles in strategic places, just as they had in Normandy and the regents were obliged to set aside the objections of the people, who were either displaced or forced to work on these castles. There were of course revolts. The first was led by an extraordinary character called Edric the Wild, who was said by the Celts to have married a fairy (1). This attack was aimed at the newly built Norman castle at Hereford, the northern base of William Fitz Osbern. Edric and his Welsh company failed miserably in their attack and instead laid waste and robbed the surrounding countryside before returning to Wales with the spoils.

I mentioned earlier that Eustace of Boulogne had tried himself for the Crown in 1051, and he now made another attempt. Apparently the people of Kent invited Eustace over, but it has always seemed to me to smell of something more. Odo of Bayeaux who was charged with the defence of Kent, as Earl of the same, was conveniently away in the North when Eustace landed and therefore would not afterwards to be called to account by William. Eustace and his men meanwhile occupied the town of Dover, but the men of the castle garrison defended the castle stoutly and Eustace had to retire.

At the same time the Northumbrians made overtures to Sweyn Estrithson, King of Denmark, with whom William had previously done a deal. William decided it was time to return and landed back in England on 6th December 1067. The first thing he did on his return was to lead a combined Norman and AngloSaxon army into Devon and Cornwall. He laid siege to Exeter, the capital of Devon, which resisted him for some 18 days. Surprisingly King William allowed the city to surrender on terms, possibly because he felt that the revolt had been led by Harold Godwinsson’s mother and his illegitimate sons, but who deserted the people of Exeter before the siege had finished. At all events William ordered a castle to be built there and left a garrison to secure the area.

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