Illustration by Henry Marriott Paget (1857-1936) from a special edition history of England published in 1903. Hugh De Mortimer was a Baron who objected to Henry II's demand for the return of Royal castles in 1155. Henry II launched a campaign in May 1155 against Hugh, simultaneously besieging his three principal castles of Wigmore, Bridgnorth and Cleobury. Hubert de St, Clair saved the life of the King during the siege of Bridgnorth Castle. Throwing himself in front of an arrow aimed at Henry. He died shortly after asking that the King protect his young daughter Gunnora.