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Isabel de Warrenne (c. 1137–1203)

Isabel de Warrenne (c. 1137–1203)

Countess of Surrey. Name variations: Isabel de Warenne. Born around 1137; died around July 12 or 13, 1203 (some sources cite 1199); buried at Chapter House, Lewes, East Sussex, England; only daughter and heiress of William de Warrenne (1119–1148), 3rd earl of Warrenne and Surrey (r. 1138–1148), and Adela Talvace (d. 1174); married William of Boulogne also known as William de Blois, 4th earl of Warrenne and Surrey (2nd son of King Stephen), in 1148 (died 1159); married Hamelin de Warrenne (c. 1129–1202, illegitimate son of Geoffrey of Anjou), 5th earl of Surrey, in April 1164; children: (second marriage) William de Warrenne (d. 1240), 6th earl of Warrenne and Surrey (r. 1202–1240); Ela Plantagenet (who married Robert Newburn and William FitzWilliam of Sprotborough); Ida Plantagenet (who married Roger Bigod, 2nd earl of Norfolk); Maud Plantagenet (d. around 1212, who married Henry Hastings, Lord Hastings, count of Eu, and Henry d'Estouteville, Lord of Valmont and Rames); Mary de Warrenne (d. after 1208); another daughter (name unknown) associated with John I Lackland, king of England, and gave birth to Richard of Dover, baron of Chilham.

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