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William Malet (died 1071) is one of the very few proven Companions of William the Conqueror known to have been present at the Battle of Hastings in 1066, as recorded by the contemporary chronicler William of Poitiers (c. 1020-1090). He held substantial property in Normandy, chiefly in the Pays de Caux, with a castle at Graville-Ste-Honorine, at the mouth of the River Seine near Harfleur (nowadays a suburb of Le Havre).

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  • William Malet (died 1071) is one of the very few proven Companions of William the Conqueror known to have been present at the Battle of Hastings in 1066, as recorded by the contemporary chronicler William of Poitiers (c. 1020-1090). He held substantial property in Normandy, chiefly in the Pays de Caux, with a castle at Graville-Ste-Honorine, at the mouth of the River Seine near Harfleur (nowadays a suburb of Le Havre).
  • Guillaume Malet († vers 1071), seigneur de Graville (près du Havre) et d'Eye (Suffolk), fut un baron anglo-normand, compagnon de Guillaume le Conquérant.
  • Fu uno dei pochi Compagni di Guglielmo il Conquistatore per cui si è certi che fosse stato presente alla Battaglia di Hastings del 1066, come riportato dal cronista a lui contemporaneo Guglielmo di Poitiers (circa 1020-1090). Possedette importanti proprietà in Normandia, soprattutto nel Pays de Caux, con un castello a Graville-Ste-Honorine, alla foce della Senna, nei pressi di Harfleur (oggi un sobborgo di Le Havre).
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  • Companion of William the Conqueror
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  • William Malet (died 1071) is one of the very few proven Companions of William the Conqueror known to have been present at the Battle of Hastings in 1066, as recorded by the contemporary chronicler William of Poitiers (c. 1020-1090). He held substantial property in Normandy, chiefly in the Pays de Caux, with a castle at Graville-Ste-Honorine, at the mouth of the River Seine near Harfleur (nowadays a suburb of Le Havre).
  • Guillaume Malet († vers 1071), seigneur de Graville (près du Havre) et d'Eye (Suffolk), fut un baron anglo-normand, compagnon de Guillaume le Conquérant.
  • Fu uno dei pochi Compagni di Guglielmo il Conquistatore per cui si è certi che fosse stato presente alla Battaglia di Hastings del 1066, come riportato dal cronista a lui contemporaneo Guglielmo di Poitiers (circa 1020-1090). Possedette importanti proprietà in Normandia, soprattutto nel Pays de Caux, con un castello a Graville-Ste-Honorine, alla foce della Senna, nei pressi di Harfleur (oggi un sobborgo di Le Havre).
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