Osbert de Lumley
Another name for Osbert is Osbert de Stafford.
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 752
Liulph, a great nobleman during the time of King Edward the Confessor, married Ælgitha, daughter to Aldred, Earl of Northumberland, son of Uctred, Earl of Northumberland, by Elgyne, youngest daughter of King Etheldred.
Liulph was stripped of all his possessions by the Normans and withdrew into the bishoprick of Durham where he was beloved by the people for his many eniment qualities. The Bishop of Durham and the Earl of Northumberland often sought Liulph's advice. Leofwin, the Bishop's chaplain was so filled with envy that he had Liulph killed.
Liulph had at least four sons, Utred; Osbert whose daughter and heir Ormonda married Robert de Peshale, younger son of Richard, Earl of Corbeil; Adam; and Odo.
Collins's Peerage of England, Volume III, pp. 693-695