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William De Warrenne, 2nd Earl of Surrey (b. 1071, d. 11 May 1138)William De Warrenne, 2nd Earl of Surrey (son of William De Warrene and Gundred)368 was born 1071 in Lewes, Surrey England/Surrey, England368, and died 11 May 1138 in Lewes, Sussex, England67 yrs old.He married (1) Isabel De Vermandois.He married (2) Countess Isabel de Vermandois on 1118 in France5 Children.
Notes for William De Warrenne, 2nd Earl of Surrey:
William de Warenne, 2nd Earlmarried 1112 France
b1071 died 5-11-1138 Lewes, Sussex, England
Isabel de Vermandois
b 1081 died 2-13-1130/31
Page 117 Memoirs of the Ancient Earl os Warren & Surrey
William de Warren married Isabel with the consent of the king his father. Her blood indeed was so noble, that the match was hardly unequal, for her father was related to the Normand kings of England, and her mother was a daughter of Hugh the great, earl of Vermandois, and second brother to Philip I. king of France. By the said Henry, this Ada had three sons, and as many daughters, viz. Malcolme, and William,* both kings of Scotland, and David earl of Huntington, &c. Ada, who was married to Floris earl of Holland; Margaret to Conan le Petit earl of Britany; and Maud, who died young. Ada the mother died in 1178.
Isabel, countess of Warren, died Feb. 13, 1131. The earl died May 11, 1138, having enjoyed the title near fifty years, and was buried at his father's feet in the chapter house of Lewes.
*This William, when earl of Northumberland, had so high an opinion of his mother's family, that he called himself William de Warren, as may be seen in a charter of his Brinkeburne priory in Dugdale's Monast. vol. II. p. 203.
RouenWilliam Rufus gives his father the Title of First Earl
The widow is Countess of Meuilent
2nd Earl of Surrey.He commanded the 3rd Division of the Kings Army in the Battles of Tinchbray and Brenneville and was named the Governor of Rouen.He married Isabel de Vermandois, daughter of Hugh the Great, king of France
It is through Isabel de Vermandois that the lineage goes back to CHARLEMAGNE
c 1088 William de Warenne, 2nd Earl, son of the 1st Earl. To the Priory at Lewes, founded by his parents, he gave the 'living' and income from the Church at Conisbrough together with the Churches at Braithwell, Dinnington, Harthill, Fishlake and Hatfield and the Chapels of Thorne and Armthorpe. He gave the tithe of eels from his fisheries at Hatfield to the Abbey of Roche.
More About William De Warrenne, 2nd Earl of Surrey:
Date born 2: 1071, Lewes, Sussex, EnglandWilliam "Rufus" de Warrene.369
Burial: Unknown, Ruled from 1088 to 1138buried.
More About William De Warrenne, 2nd Earl of Surrey and Countess Isabel de Vermandois:
Marriage: 1118, France5 Children.
Children of William De Warrenne, 2nd Earl of Surrey and Isabel De Vermandois are:
- +Reginald De Warren, b. Abt. 1113370, d. date unknown.
Children of William De Warrenne, 2nd Earl of Surrey and Countess Isabel de Vermandois are:
- +William de Warrene, 111, b. 1119, Vermandois, Normandy, France3rd Earl, d. 13 Jan 1148, LaodiceaWith King Louis of France to the Holy Land& Died.