Earl of Surrey Hamelin Plantagenet (b. 1130, d. Apr 1202)
Hamelin Plantagenet945, 946 was born 1130 in Normandy, France946, and died Apr 1202 in Lewes, Sussex, Eng946.He married Countess Isabel de Warrene on 1163 in Yorkshire Castleone son, daughter of William de Warrene, 111 and Lady Adela de Talvas. Notes for Hamelin Plantagenet: [316552.ftw] TITL University of Hull Royal Database (England)AUTH Brian Tompsett, Dept of Compu ter Science PUBL copyright 1994, 1995, 1996 usually reliable but sometimes includes hypothetical lines, mythological figures, etc WWW, University of Hull, Hull, UK HU6 [email protected] MEDI Electronic TEXT b abt 1129 TITL Garner, Lorraine Ann "Lori"PUBL P.O. Box 577, Bayview, ID83803 Her sources included, but may not be limited to: Burke's Landed Gentry, Burke's Dormant & Ext inct Peerage, Burke's Peerage of American Presidents, Debrett's Peerage, Oxford histories & " numerous other reference works" very good to excellent, although she has a tendency to follow Burke's Hardcopy notes of Lor i Garner Elmore. MEDI Letter TEXT d 1202 TEXT bastard of Geoffrey, no mother TITL Ahnentafel for Margery ArundellAUTH Marlyn LewisPUBL 08 O ct 1997 MEDI Manuscript TEXT nataral son of Geoffrey Plantagenet & unknown mistress ALIA Hamelin Plantagenet d' Anjou /Earl of Surrey/ _FA1 PLAC Acceded: 1164.5th Earl of Surrey. _FA2 PLAC Interred: Chapter House, Lewes, Sussex. _FA3 PLAC Assumed the name of Warren and became the Earl of Warren. _FA4 PLAC Viscomte of Touraine.See Early Yorkshire Charters Vol viii pp20-24 for daughters de tails. MICHEL L. CALL,ROYAL ANCESTORS,CHT 355;FIFTH EARL, Natural son of Geoffry Plantagenet earl of Anjou, married the above Isabel, with the consent of king Henry II. who is generally called the said Hameline's brother, having had the same father, for it was not then thought dishonorable to be a bastard. In the Chronicle of Normandy, it is said Anno 1163, Hamelinus naturalis frater regis Henrici duxit comitissam de Warenna, relictam Willielmi comitis Moritonii. Lord Lyttelton* sais, In conse- Looking at the eight earls of Surrey, the childless widow of the 3rd.earl subsequently married Hameline Plantagenet, illegitimate son of Geoffrey Plantagenet, father of Henry 2nd.and by her right and not by direct line was created the 5th. earl. Hameline in due course assumed the name of Warren and effectively his successors became the Plantagenet Warrens. It was from the eighth earl that the famous "Poynton line" was sprung. More About Hamelin Plantagenet: Ancestral File Number: 8WKJ-MC.946 Baptism (LDS): 02 Nov 1932, ARIZO.946 Date born 2: 1130, Normandy, France5th Earl of Warren & Surrey. Burial 1: Unknown, Chapter House, Lewes, Sussex, England.946 Burial 2: 1/2 brother of King Henry, 11 of England. Died 2: 07 May 1202, 1/2 brother of King Henry, 11 of Englandher 3nd husband. Endowment (LDS): 25 Nov 1932946 Record Change: 03 May 2000946 Sealed to parents (LDS): 04 May 1955, SLAKE.946 More About Hamelin Plantagenet and Countess Isabel de Warrene: Marriage: 1163, Yorkshire Castleone son. Children of Hamelin Plantagenet and Countess Isabel de Warrene are:
+William de Warenne, b. 1166, Surrey, England6th Earl of Warren & Surrey947, d. 27 May 1240, Earl of NorfolkLondonBuried in the Abbey of Lewes.