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  1. Hubert de Burgh, Earl of Kent ( English: / dˈbɜːr /; d'-BER; French pronunciation: [d.buʁ]; c. 1170 – before 5 May 1243) was an English nobleman who served as Chief Justiciar of England (1215–1232) and Justiciar of Ireland (1232) during the reigns of King John and his son and successor King Henry III and, as Regent of England (1219–1227) during ...

  2. Hubert de Burgh (ca. 1180 - 1243) fue Conde de Kent, Justiciar de Inglaterra y de Irlanda y uno de los hombres más influyentes del reino de Inglaterra durante los reinados de Juan I y Enrique III.

  3. Hubert de Burgh (died 1243, Banstead, Surrey, Eng.) was the justiciar for young King Henry III of England (ruled 1216–72) who restored royal authority after a major baronial uprising. Hubert became chamberlain to King John (ruled 1199–1216) in 1197, and in June 1215 he was made justiciar.

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  4. Hubert De Burgh. Hubert de Burgh, 1st Earl of Kent. Born: c. 1170. Died: May 1243. Banstead, Surrey, England (Age c. 73) Biography. Hubert de Burgh was born the second son of William de Burgh and his wife Alice. The early years of his life are shrouded in complete mystery.

  5. Hubert de Burgh (ca. 1180 - 1243) fue Conde de Kent, Justiciar de Inglaterra y de Irlanda y uno de los hombres más influyentes del reino de Inglaterra durante los reinados de Juan I y Enrique III.

  6. Hubert de Burgh (c. 1170–before 1243) who served as Chief Justiciar and Regent of England, Justiciar of Ireland, and was created Earl of Kent.

  7. 1 de jun. de 2024 · Quick Reference. ( c. 1175–1243). A younger son of Norfolk gentry, he rose to govern Plantagenet England and marry a sister of a king of Scotland. Hubert entered John's service in the 1190s. His reputation was made by his defence of the castle of Chinon in Anjou against Philip Augustus in 1205.