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- Goodrich Castle was probably built by Godric of Mappestone after the Norman invasion of England, initially as an earth and wooden fortification.
- Goodrich Castle was first known as Castellum Godrici after Godric of Mappestone, the builder of the first castle on the site.
- It is classed by Mr. Moody as a manor identical with the Domesday entry of Ovingefort, then held by Godric the king's thegn.
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