Person    | Male  Born 1028  Died 9/9/1087

William the Conqueror

Categories: Royalty, Seriously Famous

Countries: France

England's first Norman king. Originally known as William the Bastard. Invaded England in 1066 and at the Battle of Hastings defeated Harold and the Saxons
Born at Falaise Castle. Died at Rouen, France.

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William the Conqueror

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