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William Hardell was a Mayor of London and a Magna Carta surety.
After the sealing of the Magna Carta by King John in 1215, he was appointed to be one of the Enforcers, sometimes called Sureties, of the Magna Carta. The list of enforcers does not appear on Magna Carta itself and the first surviving list of these was by Matthew Paris the chronicler of St Albans.
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