NameHenry de Ferriers
Misc. Notes
Henry is son of Engenulf (William), the son of Henry, Sire de Ferrieres & Chambrais in Normandy. Henry "took part in the
Conquest and held a great fief in the midlands. He established his chief seat at Tutbury Castle, Staffordshire, on the
Derbyshire border, and founded there a Cluniac priory." {-Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1956, 9:183} Henry, Sire de
Ferrieres, held Tillieres, etc. and brought many warriors to the Conquest, for which he received 210 manors, 114 of these in
Derbyshire. Henry was one of the commissioners for the general survey of 1085.
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