Hugh of Gifford, of Yester (1162 - 1256)

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Hugh Of Gifford
1162 - 1256
updated February 06, 2019
Hugh of Gifford, of Yester was born in 1162 at Wiltshire, England. He died in 1256 at Yester Castle, Gifford, East Lothian, Scotland at 94 years of age.

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Hugh Gifford was born in at Wiltshire, England,

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Hugh Gifford died in at Yester Castle, Gifford, East Lothian, Scotland,

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Hugh of Gifford, of Yester died in 1256 at Yester Castle, Gifford, East Lothian, Scotland at age 94. He was born in 1162 at Wiltshire, England. We have no information about Hugh's immediate family.
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