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Marshall, Maud (d. 1248)

Marshall, Maud (d. 1248)

Countess of Warrenne and Surrey . Name variations: Maud de Warrenne; Maud Marshal. Died on April 4, 1248; daughter of Isabel de Clare (c. 1174–1220) and William Marshall (b. 1146), 4th earl of Pembroke; sister of Sybilla Marshall ; married Hugh Bigod, 3rd earl of Norfolk (r. c. 1200–1225) and earl marshall of England; married William de Warrenne, 6th earl of Warrenne and Surrey (r. 1202–1240), before October 13, 1225; children: (first marriage) Roger Bigod (c. 1212–1270), 4th earl of Norfolk; Hugh Bigod, Justiciar of England; Isabel de Bigod (who married Gilbert de Lacy and John FitzGeoffrey, justiciar of Ireland); Sir Ralph Bigod; William Bigod; (second marriage) John de Warrenne (b. 1231), 7th earl of Warrenne and Surrey; Isabel de Warrenne (d. 1282).

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