Harding of Bristol

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Harding of Bristol (c.1048 – c.1125) was sheriff reeve of Bristol, with responsibility for managing a manorial estate and perhaps similar duties to those of a magistrate.[1][2] He was the son of Eadnoth the Constable, an Anglo-Saxon thane who served as steward to Edward the Confessor and Harold II.[3] He was the father of Robert Fitzharding who became lord of Berkeley, Gloucestershire.[1]

His wife Livida supposedly died at the manor of Whetonhurst, Blacklow Hundred, Gloucestershire, England in 1101.


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  2. ^ Harper, Douglas (2011). "Sheriff". Online Etymology Dictionary. Retrieved 16 July 2011.
  3. ^ Palmer, John. "Ednoth the Constable". Domesday Map. University of Hull. Retrieved 15 July 2011.