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Edward the Confesser

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he was the creater of westminster abbey
he was born in 1003
grew up in deep religious views
married in 1045 to Edith had no kids
between 1051 and 1052, Edward increased the number of Normans who advised him in his court this angered the witan body of English people that made up the court in 1052
Edward the confessor was the king of England from 1042 to 1066
In the 1040s King Edward (later St Edward the Confessor) established his royal palace by the banks of the river Thames on land known as Thorney Island.
he was called Edward the confessor because he would often go to church and confess to sins.
he lived in Normandy
Created by: westminster abbey on 2012-05-29



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