Person:Ralph de Gael (1)

Ralph de Gael, Earl of Norfolk
d.c. 1096
Facts and Events
Name Ralph de Gael, Earl of Norfolk
Alt Name Ralph , Seigneur de Gael
Alt Name[1] Ralph de Gael of Montfort
Alt Name Ralph de Waiet
Gender Male
Birth[2] bef. 1042 Hereford, Herefordshire, England
Marriage 1075 Cambridgeshire, Englandto Emma de Guader, Countess of Norfolk
Death[1][2] c. 1096 On route to crusade


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Ralph de Gael (otherwise Ralph de Guader, Radulf Waders or Ralph Wader) (before 1042 – c. 1096) was the Earl of East Anglia (Norfolk and Suffolk) and Lord of Gaël and Montfort (Seigneur de Gaël et Montfort). He was the leading figure in the Revolt of the Earls, the last serious revolt against William the Bastard.

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References
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  3.   RALPH, in Cawley, Charles. Medieval Lands: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families.