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Marriage: Children:
  1. William de Warenne : Birth: ABT 1166 in of Whitchurch, SRY, ENG. Death: 27 MAY 1240 in London, ENG

  2. Ela de Warenne : Death: BEF 1240

  3. Person Not Viewable

  4. Daughter de Warrene

  5. Isabel de Warenne : Death: ABT 30 NOV 1234

  6. Maud de Warenne : Death: AFT 1212


Sources
1. Title:   Ancestral Roots, Frederick Lewis Weis
Page:   123-26
2. Title:   Ancestry of Elizabeth of York, Marlyn Lewis, 1999
Page:   136
3. Title:   The Complete Peerage
Page:   5:159, 12[1]:499
4. Title:   Plantagenet Ancestry, Douglas Richardson, 2004
Page:   747

Notes
a. Note:   EARLDOM OF SURREY
  V.5. HAMELIN illegitimate son of GEOFFREY V, styled "PLANTAGENET," COUNT OF ANJOU, TOURAINE and MAINE, sometime DUKE OF NORMANDY, by an unknown woman, held lands in Touraine, presumably the gift of his half-brother Henry II, and appears to have been styled vicomte of Touraine. He became EARL OF SURREY in consequence of his marriage to the Countess Isabel in 1164; in which year he attended the Council of Northampton. In 1166 he returned his carta, as holding 60 knights' fees. He supported the King against his rebellious sons in 1173; and in 1176 he was one of the nobles who escorted Henry's daughter Joan for her marriage to the King of Sicily. He was present at the 1st Coronation of Richard I, 3 September 1189. In the King's absence he supported the Chancellor against John; in 1193 he was one of the Treasurers for the King's ransom; and in 1194 he was at the Council of Nottingham. At Richard's 2nd Coronation, 17 April 1194, he bore one of the 3 swords; and he was present at the Coronation of King John, 27 May 1199. He was a benefactor, or confirmed previous gifts, to the abbeys of St. Mary's (York), St. Victor-en-Caux, West Dereham and Foucarmont, the priories of Lewes, Nostell, St. Katherine (Lincoln), Southwark, Thetford and Castle Acre, the Hospitallers, and the chapel of St. Philip and St. James in Conisborough Castle. He married, in 1164 (probably in April), Isabel, widow of William (OF BLOIS) 4th EARL OF SURREY, and only daughter and heir of William (DE WARENNE), 3rd EARL OF SURREY, all above-named. He died 7 May 1202 and was buried in the Chapter House at Lewes. Isabel survived him and made gifts for the soul of her late husband to the priory of St. Katherine, Lincoln, and to Lewes Priory. She was living in April 1203 but died probably soon afterwards, possibly 12 July 1203, and was buried in the Chapter House at Lewes. [CP 12[1]:499-500]



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