Hugh de Morville (d.1162), Lord of Cunningham, founder of the Scot branch of the Morvilles, is sometimes mixed up with [his son] Hugh II de Morville, Lord of Westmorland (d.1173/4), who participated in Beckett's murder.
↑ 2.02.1 (disputed) Hugh II may have been a son of Simon de Morville, who held the barony of Burgh-by-Sands, Cumberland, in right of his mother, Ada, daughter of William de Engaine. On the other hand, both Simon and Hugh I may have been brothers (Wikipedia). Hugh II m. Helewise de Stuteville; Also see Von Zatzikhoven & Meyer, 2011
Morville-33 and Morville-6 do not represent the same person because: They appear to be father (33) and son (6).
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