Geoffrey de l'Aigle (b. - 1120)

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Death: Died in Barfleur, Lower-Normandy, France
Cause of death: Drowned in the White Ship Disaster
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About Geoffrey de l'Aigle

Geoffrey de l'Aigle died in the shipwreck that changed the course of Medieval England. The White Ship sank off the coast of Barfleur in the English Channel on 25 November 1120, taking with it the heir to the English throne and over 150 members of the leading families of Norman England, including Geoffrey and his brother, Engenulf.[1]

[1] The History Of The Parish Of Hailsham: The Abbey Of Otham And The Priory Of Michelham (1901)

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November 25, 1120
Barfleur, Lower-Normandy, France