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Google previewThe Oxford Dictionary of Family Names in Britain and Ireland (2016)

by Patrick Hanks, Richard Coates, Peter McClure

Further information: Ranulf Flambard (d. ), administrator and bishop of Durham, was supposedly given the soubriquet Flambard by Robert, the king's dispenser, in allusion to Ranulf's activities as the king's advocate in the king's court.

Google previewDictionary of National Biography (1898)

by Leslie Stephen

Andrews, was awaiting consecration, and Ranulf Flambard [q. v.], anxious to uphold the rights of the church of York, proposed to perform the rite at York with the assistance of suffragan bishops of the ...

Google previewThe Cambridge Historical Encyclopedia of Great Britain and Ireland (1990)

by Christopher Haigh

Under William Rufus, Ranulf Flambard stands out as the chief organizer; under Henry, it is Bishop Roger of Salisbury*. In general, this is not a period of innovation, but of intensification - the Exchequer, for example, despite its apparent ...

Google previewA Topographical Dictionary of Great Britain and Ireland (1833)

Compiled from Local Information, and the Most Recent and Official Authorities by John Gorton

There are also two ancient bridges, Framwell-gate bridge, built about 1120 by Bishop Flambard, and Elvet-bridge, built by Bishop Pudsey. The new gaol house of correction and county court-house are at the head of Old Elvet; they occupy a ...

Google previewA New Gazetteer, Or, Topographical Dictionary of the British Islands and Narrow Seas (1852)

Comprising Concise Descriptions of about Sixty Thousand Places, Seats, Natural Features, and Objects of Note ... and an Appendix ... by James A. Sharp

Flambard, and part nornian; St Giles or Gillegate Cur. 99/., same patron, — ch. by Bp. Flambard, is 39 paces by 7, with an effigy in wood and a noble view from S. door ; St.

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