Anselm de Stuteville

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Anselm de Stuteville

Death: circa 1177
Immediate Family:

Son of Robert de Stuteville IV, Sheriff of Yorkshire, Lord of Cottingham and Helewise Murdac
Brother of Robert de Stuteville, V; William de Stuteville, Sheriff of Northumberland; John de Stuteville; Burga de Stuteville; Helewise de Stuteville and 2 others
Half brother of Eustace de Stuteville

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About Anselm de Stuteville

From the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy's page on Untitled English Nobility:

ANSELM de Stuteville (-after 1177).

Henry II King of England confirmed the possessions of the abbey of Valmont, including donations by "Roberti de Stuteville…Leonie uxoris predicti Roberti…Willelmi de Stuteville…Nicolai de Stuteville…Ricardi de Stuteville", by charter dated to [1177/89], signed by "…Willelmo de Stutevilla…Anselmo de Stutevilla"[728].

"Eustachio de Stuteville, Willelmo de Stuteville, Ansel de Stuteville…" subscribed the charter dated to [1177/89] under which Henry II King of England donated the forest of Lillebonne to the abbey of Valmont, for the soul of "Roberti de Stuteville"[729].

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