- Earl of York
*William le Gros was created earl by Stephen in 1138. The title went extinct on his death in 1179.
*Otto was created earl by Richard I in 1190. He either returned the title to Richard in exchange for that of
Count of Poitouor it went extinct on his death in 1218.
Earlier polities of Yorkshire
List of monarchs of Northumbria
Kings of Jorvik
Earl of Northumbria
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