Harold and William return to Rouen. William is carrying a hawk and Harold, riding in a position of honour, takes the lead. Two dogs lead the party and a lookout greets them at the palace of Rouen upon their arrival. The man behind William is Roger de Mussegros. The name is presumed to have been derived from Musgrave or Mewsgrave, ‘the keeper of the king’s hawks, or the king’s equerry.’ Roger de Mucelgros, who is said by Delisle to have been at Senlac, was a tenant-in-chief in Herefordshire in 1086. His descendants spread to many parts of England, hence the baronets Musgrove. The name appears on the Dives roll.