William de Huntingfield, Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, Surety of the Magna Carta (c.1167 - 1221) MP

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Birthplace: Huntingfield, Suffolk, England
Death: Died in On A Crusade
Occupation: Sheriff of Norfolk & Suffolk, Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, Surety of the Magna Carta, Sheriff of Northfolk and Suffolk
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About William de Huntingfield, Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, Surety of the Magna Carta

William of Huntingfield (d 1219/1) was an English sheriff in Norfolk and Suffolk and landowner, and one the Magna Carta sureties.

He held Dover Castle from 1204 and in the First Barons' War, and was an active rebel against John of England.

He married Isabel Fitz Roger, daughter of William Fitz Roger.

He subsequently supported the French invasion of England, and took part in the Fifth Crusade, where he died.

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William de Huntingfield, Lord of East Brandenham's Timeline

1167
1167
Huntingfield, Suffolk, England
1194
1194
Age 27
Norfolk, UK
1194
Age 27
East Bradenham, Norfolk, England
1195
1195
Age 28
Huntingfield, Suffolkshire, England
1197
1197
Age 30
Boston, Lincolnshire, , England
1197
Age 30
Boston, Lincolnshire, UK
1207
1207
Age 40
Huntingfield, Suffolk, , England
1210
1210
- 1212
Age 43
Warden Of Cinque Ports
1210
- 1212
Age 43
1221
January 25, 1221
Age 54
On A Crusade