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Isabel of Vermandois (d. before 1147)

Isabel of Vermandois (d. before 1147)

Countess of Warrenne and Surrey. Name variations: Elizabeth of Vermandois; Elizabeth de Crepi or de Crépi; Isabel de Warenne; Isabel de Warrenne. Died before July 1147; daughter of Hugh the Great (b.1057), count of Vermandois, and Adelaide of Vermandois (d. 1123); married Robert of Meulan, 1st earl of Leicester; married William de Warrenne, 2nd earl of Warrenne and Surrey (r. 1088–1138); children: (first marriage) Waleran of Meulan (b. 1104), earl of Worcester; Isabel Beaumont (c. 1104-d. after 1172); Robert Beaumont, 2nd earl of Leicester; (second marriage) William de Warrenne (1119–1148), 3rd earl of Warrenne and Surrey (r. 1138–1148), a crusader who died in the Holy Land; Adelicia de Warrenne (d.1178); Gundred de Warrenne (d. after 1166, who married Robert de Newburgh, 2nd earl of Warwick, and William de Lancaster, Lord of Kendal); Ralph de Warrenne; Rainald de Warrenne.

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