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Answered 2012-08-15 20:18:34

Clapham was taken from TURBERN and given to Geoffrey de Mandeville. Plainly, de Mandeville was Norman; but the name Turbern is also of Norse origin, so he was probably a fairly recently resettled Viking.

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