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Cecily DE WALETON was born about 1181 in Hale, Buckingham, England. She has Ancestral File Number 9250-KV. Parents: Henry DE WALETON.

Spouse: Alan DE COLUMBERS. Alan DE COLUMBERS and Cecily DE WALETON were married. Children were: Cecily DE COLUMBERS.


Henry DE WALETON was born about 1155 in Hale, Buckingham, England. He has Ancestral File Number 9250-ND.

Children were: Cecily DE WALETON.


Joan DE WALEYS was born about 1395. Date is estimated.

Spouse: John FAUNTLEROY. John FAUNTLEROY and Joan DE WALEYS were married about 1415 in Dorcetshire, England. Children were: John FAUNTLEROY.


Ada DE WARENNE was born about 1113 in Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire, England. She died in 1178. She has Ancestral File Number 18GS-P9S. Parents: William DE WARENNE II and Isabel (Elizabeth) DE VERMANDOIS.

Spouse: Henry. Henry and Ada DE WARENNE were married before 1135 in England. Children were: Margaret HUNTINGDON, Ada, William "The Lion" I, David HUNTINGDON.


Alice DE WARENNE was born about 1280 in Warren, Sussex, England. She died before 23 May 1338. She has Ancestral File Number 84ZQ-2W. Parents: William DE WARENNE and Joan DE VERE.

Spouse: Edmund FITZALAN. Edmund FITZALAN and Alice DE WARENNE were married in 1305 in Arundel, Sussex, England. Children were: Richard "Copped Hat" FITZALAN, Aline (olive) FITZALAN.


Beatrix DE WARENNE was born about 1177 in Norfolk, England.

Spouse: Doun (Dodo) BARDOLF. Doun (Dodo) BARDOLF and Beatrix DE WARENNE were married about 1198 in Norfolk, England. Children were: William BARDOLF.


Editha DE WARENNE was born about 1050 in Gournay, Normandy, France. Date is estimated. She has Ancestral File Number 1MW9-60D. Parents: William DE WARENNE I.

Spouse: Gerard DE GOURNAY. Gerard DE GOURNAY and Editha DE WARENNE were married before 1070. Children were: daughter DE GOURNAY, Hugh DE GOURNAY IV.


Geoffrey DE WARENNE was born about 1160. He has Ancestral File Number 8WKJ-HN. Parents: Hamelin PLANTAGENET and Isabel DE WARENNE.

Spouse: Isabella. Geoffrey DE WARENNE and Isabella were married before 1200. Children were: John WARREN.


Gundrid DE WARENNE was born about 1117 in Warwick, Warwickshire, England. She died after 1166. She has Ancestral File Number GS4Z-H4. Parents: William DE WARENNE II and Isabel (Elizabeth) DE VERMANDOIS.

Spouse: Roger DE NEWBURGH. Roger DE NEWBURGH and Gundrid DE WARENNE were married before 1130. Children were: Waleran DE NEWBURGH.

Spouse: William DE LANCASTER I. William DE LANCASTER I and Gundrid DE WARENNE were married before 1150. Date is estimated. Children were: Avice (Avicia) DE LANCASTER.


Isabel DE WARENNE was born in 1137 in Surrey, England. She died on 13 Jul 1199 in Sussex, England. She has Ancestral File Number 8WKJ-L6. She married (1) William de Blois, Earl of Moreton, in Normandy, natural son of King Stephen, and this nobleman became, in consequence Earl of Surrey, having by the grant of Henry, Duke of Normandy, upon the accord made between him and King Stephen, all those lands which Stephen held before he was King of England, as well. in Normandy and in England, or elsewhere. Among these where the castle and town of Norwich, with the whole county of Norfolk, excepting what belonged to the churches, religious houses, and other earls, and especially the Tertium Denarium, by reason thereof Hugh Bigod was Earl of Norfolk. He had also the honor of Pevensey. This nobleman, who was of an unambitious nature, and enjoyed the favor of King Henry II., accompanied that monarch to the siege of Thoulouse, and died there without issue in 1160. Isabel, widow of William de Blois, heiress of Warren, married subsequently, in 1163, (2) Hameline Plantaganet. Parents: William DE WARENNE III and Ela (Adelia, Adela) TALVACE.

Spouse: Hamelin PLANTAGENET. Hamelin PLANTAGENET and Isabel DE WARENNE were married before 1160 in Surrey, England. Children were: Isabel DE WARENNE, Maud DE WARENNE, William "De Warenne" PLANTAGENET, Geoffrey DE WARENNE.


Isabel DE WARENNE was born about 1165 in Norfolk, England. She has Ancestral File Number 83XC-PH. Parents: Hamelin PLANTAGENET and Isabel DE WARENNE.

Spouse: Roger BIGOD. Roger BIGOD and Isabel DE WARENNE were married before 1178 in England. Children were: Hugh BIGOD, Margaret (Margery) BIGOD.


Maud DE WARENNE was born in 1163 in Surrey, England. She died in 1212. She has Ancestral File Number 8WKJ-PP. Parents: Hamelin PLANTAGENET and Isabel DE WARENNE.

Spouse: Henry II. Henry II and Maud DE WARENNE were married in 1179. Children were: Alice (Yolande).


Ralph DE WARENNE was born about 998 in France. Parents: William DE WARENNE and DE TORTA.

Children were: William DE WARENNE I, Roger DE MORTIMER.


William DE WARENNE was born about 950 in Normandy, France. Parents: Gautier (Walter) DE ST. MARTIN.

Spouse: DE TORTA. William DE WARENNE and DE TORTA were married. Children were: Ralph DE WARENNE.


William DE WARENNE I was born about 1030 in Bellencombe, Seine Inferieure, France. Date is estimated. He served in the military in 1066 in Hastings, Sussex, England. Battle of Hastings. He died on 24 Jun 1088 in Sussex, England. He has Ancestral File Number GXQC-Z6. He held the royal title of Earl of Surrey. Ref: Burke, pp. 568-569.

"The family derived its name from the fiefdom of Vareene in St.-Aubin-le-Cauf, arrondissement of Dieppe. William, Count of Warren (Varenne) in Normandy, was descended from Gautier de St.-Martin and a niece of the duchess Gonnor, who had issue: 1. Raoul de Warren, a benefactor to the abbey of Trinite du Mont in the middle of the 11th century, was the father of William de Warren I and of Roger de Mortemer, father of Raoul de Mortemer, who was present at Hastings; 2. sire de St.-Martin, possibly named Gautier, ancestor of the family of this name in Normandy and England. Orderic Vital styles William the cousin or kinsman of Roger de Mortemer; however, this is an error. Norman People published this pedigree: Gautier de St.-Martin, and a niece of the aforesaid duchess had a son, William de St.-Martin, whose issue were: 1. Roger de Mortemer, father of Raoul de Mortemer, a warrior at Hastings; 2. Raoul de Warren; and 3. sire de St.-Martin, but this makes too many generations for the known facts.


William de Warren is first mentioned in history in connection with the battle of Mortemer in 1054 by Oderic Vital, and again as having attended the council at Lillebonne, where it was determined to invade England. He later was one of the powerful seigniors who attended Duke William to the Conquest, and Wace records "De Garenes i vint Willeme," but nothing of importance is chronicled concerning him at Hastings. In 1067 he was one of the nobles entrusted with the government of England during the king's absence in Normandy under the jurisdiction of Bishop Odo and William Fitz Osberne. In 1074 he was associated with Richard de Bienfaite in the suppression of the rebellion of the Earls of Hereford and Norfolk and as joint-Justice-General with him for administering justice throughout the whole realm. His reward was princely, since he held the great baronies of Castle Acre in Norfolk, Lewes in Sussex, where he usually resided, and Coningsburg in Yorkshire, with twenty-eight towns and hamlets in its soke. In all he possessed 300 manors and was created the first Earl of Surrey by King William Rufus. The reason for this enormous reward was probably because he married Gundreda, who is believed to have been the daughter of Queen Matilda (and William the Conqueror?); she died in 1085. This theory is supported by a charter of William de Warren to Lewes priory, in which he states that his donations, among others, were for Queen Matilda, the mother of his wife. It is conjectured that Grundreda and Gherbold the Fleming, created Earl of Chester, her brother, were the children of Queen Matilda by a former marriage, probably clandestine, and therefore not reported by the historians of the day. William de Warren I. was succeeded by his son, William de Warren II., Earl of Warren and Surrey, who married Elizabeth, daughter of the great Earl of Vermandois, the widowed countess of Meulent, by whom he had, among other children, William de Warren III., the last earl of his line, who succeeded him and died in the Holy Land, leaving an only child, Isabel Warren, who inherited his vast domain and through whom the family descended. In addition to Wace, William de Warren is reported in Hastings by William de Poitiers, Oderic Vital and Benoit de St.-More."

He received large grants of land in recognition of the distinguished part he took at the battle of Hastings. He had large grants of land in several counties among which were the barony of Lewes, in Sussex, and the manors of Carletune and Benington, in Lincolnshire. So extensive indeed were those grants that his possessions resembled more the dominions of a sovereign prince than the estates of a subject. He enjoyed, too, in the highest degree, the confidence of the king, and was appointed joint Justice-General, with Richard de Benefactis, for administering justice throughout the whole realm. While in that office, some great disturbers of the public peace having refused to appear before him and his colleague, in obedience to citation, the Earl took up arms, and defeated the rebels in a battle at Fagadune, when he is said, for the purpose of striking terror, to have cut off the right foot of each of his prisoners. Of these rebels, Ralph Wahir or Gauder, Earl of Norfolk, and Roger, Earl of Hereford, were the ringleaders. He was likewise highly esteemed by King William Rufus, and was created by that monarch the first Earl of Surrey.

This potent noble built the castle of Holt, and founded the priory of Lewes, in Sussex. He resided principally at the castle of Lewes, and had besides Castle-Acres, in Norfolk, and noble castles at Coningsburg and Sandal. He died on June 24, 1088, and Dugdale gives the following curious account of his parting hour. "It is reported that this Earl William did violently detain certain lands from the monks of Ely; for which, being often admonished by the abbot, and not making restitution, he died miserably. And, although his death happened very far off the Isle of Ely, the same night he died, the abbot lying quietly in his bed, and meditating on heavenly things, heard the soul of this Earl, in its carriage away by the devil, cry out loudly, and with a known and distinct voice, Lord have mercy on me : Lord have mercy on me. And, moreover, that the next day after, the abbot acquainted all the monks in chapter therewith. And likewise that about four days after, there came a messenger to them from the wife of this Earl, with 100 shillings for the good of his soul, who told him that he died the very hour that the abbot had heard the outcry. But that neither the abbot nor any of the monks would receive it; not thinking it safe for them to take the money of a damned person." "If this part of the story," adds Dugdale, "as to the abbot's hearing the noise, be no truer than the last, that is that this lady sent 100 shillings, I shall deem it to be a mere fiction, in regard the lady was certainly dead about three years before." The Earl was succeeded by his son, William. Parents: Ralph DE WARENNE.

Spouse: Gundred. William DE WARENNE I and Gundred were married before 1085 in Normandy, France. Date is estimated. Children were: William DE WARENNE II.

Children were: Editha DE WARENNE.


William DE WARENNE II was born about 1085 in Sussex, England. He died on 11 May 1138 in England. He has Ancestral File Number 8PTS-0L. He held the royal title of 2nd Earl of Surrey. He held the royal title of 2nd Earl of Warren. He joined Robert de Belesme, Earl of Arundel and Shrewsbury, in favor of Robert Curthose, against King Henry I., and in consequence forfeited his English earldom and estates; but those were subsequently restored to him, and he was ever afterwards a good and faithful subject to King Henry Parents: William DE WARENNE I and Gundred.

Spouse: Isabel (Elizabeth) DE VERMANDOIS. William DE WARENNE II and Isabel (Elizabeth) DE VERMANDOIS were married before 1110. Children were: William DE WARENNE III, Gundrid DE WARENNE, Ada DE WARENNE.


William DE WARENNE III was born about 1110 in Vermandois, Normandy, France. He died in 1148 in Laodicea. He served in the military in 1147/48 in Second Crusade. He has Ancestral File Number 8WKS-C3. He held the royal title of 3rd Earl of Warrenne. He held the royal title of 3rd Earl of Surrey. He zealously espoused the cause of King Stephen, and had a chief command in the army of that monarch, in the battle fought at Lincoln, between him and the adherents of the Empress Maud. Parents: William DE WARENNE II and Isabel (Elizabeth) DE VERMANDOIS.

Spouse: Ela (Adelia, Adela) TALVACE. William DE WARENNE III and Ela (Adelia, Adela) TALVACE were married. Children were: Isabel DE WARENNE.


William DE WARENNE was born about 1260 in Warren, Sussex, England. He died on 15 Dec 1286 in Croydon, Surrey, England. He has Ancestral File Number 84ZQ-7R. Parents: John "De Warenne" PLANTAGENET and Alice "De Brun" DE LUSIGNAN.

Spouse: Joan DE VERE. William DE WARENNE and Joan DE VERE were married before 1280 in Sussex, England. Children were: Alice DE WARENNE.


Hiliarde DE WAVRIN. Parents: Adele.

Spouse: Baldwin DE MORTAIGNE. Baldwin DE MORTAIGNE and Hiliarde DE WAVRIN were married. Children were: Marie DE MORTAIGNE.


Henry DE WENTWORTH was born about 1140. Date is estimated. Parents: Michael DE WENTWORTH.

Children were: Hugh WENTWORTH.


Michael DE WENTWORTH was born about 1110. Date is estimated. Parents: Richard DE WENTWORTH.

Children were: Henry DE WENTWORTH.


Richard DE WENTWORTH was born about 1090. Date is estimated. Parents: Henry DE WYNTWORD.

Children were: Michael DE WENTWORTH.


John DE WINGFIELD was born about 1279. He has Ancestral File Number 8MLQ-P3.

Spouse: Anne PECHE. John DE WINGFIELD and Anne PECHE were married before 1305. Children were: John DE WINGFIELD.


John DE WINGFIELD was born about 1305 in Wingfield, Suffolk, England. He has Ancestral File Number 8MLQ-GV. Parents: John DE WINGFIELD and Anne PECHE.

Spouse: Elizabeth HONYPOT. John DE WINGFIELD and Elizabeth HONYPOT were married before 1328. Children were: Thomas DE WINGFIELD.


Thomas DE WINGFIELD was born about 1328 in Letheringham, Suffolk, England. He died in 1378 in Letheringham, Suffolk, England. He has Ancestral File Number 8MLQ-5B. Parents: John DE WINGFIELD and Elizabeth HONYPOT.

Spouse: Margaret DE BOVILE. Thomas DE WINGFIELD and Margaret DE BOVILE were married before 1345. Children were: John WINGFIELD.


Joan DE WOLVERTON was born about 1244. She has Ancestral File Number M0GB-6H.

Spouse: Hugh WAKE. Hugh WAKE and Joan DE WOLVERTON were married before 1277. Children were: Thomas WAKE.


Alice DE WOLVEY was born about 1283 in Wolvey, Warwickshire, England. She died after 1344/45. She has Ancestral File Number 158C-H7Q. Parents: Thomas DE WOLVEY.

Spouse: Giles ASTLEY. Giles ASTLEY and Alice DE WOLVEY were married about 1304 in Wolvey, Warwickshire, England. Children were: Thomas ASTLEY.


Thomas DE WOLVEY was born about 1257. He has Ancestral File Number 158C-H5B.

Children were: Alice DE WOLVEY.


Ranulph DE WRENOC was born about 1009 in Normandy, France.

Children were: Ranulf PEVEREL.


Muriel DE WROTHAM was born about 1200 in Somersetshire, England. She died in 1250. Parents: Richard DE WROTHAM.

Spouse: Hugh DE PLESSITIS. Hugh DE PLESSITIS and Muriel DE WROTHAM were married before 1230 in England. Children were: Richard DE PLESSITIS.


Richard DE WROTHAM was born about 1170 in Devonshire, England. He died about 1224 in England. Parents: William DE WROTHAM and Maude DE CORNHILL.

Children were: Muriel DE WROTHAM.


Richard DE WROTHAM was born about 1265 in Sheyscaten, Middlesex, England. He died after 1298 in England. Parents: Richard DE PLESSITIS and Gladyna LE ROMEYN.

Children were: John WROTHE.


William DE WROTHAM was born about 1140 in Devonshire, England. Date is estimated. He was appointed Lord Warden of the Stannaries in Cornwall, England in 1197 The Lord Warden of the Stannaries used to exercise judicial and military functions in Cornwall, United Kingdom and is still the official who, upon the commission of the monarch or Duke of Cornwall for the time being, has the function of calling a Stannary Parliament of tinners. The last Stannary Parliament convened by a Lord Warden of the Stannaries sat in 1753.

The first Lord Warden of the Stannaries of Cornwall (and Devon) was William de Wrotham who was appointed during the reign of Richard I on 20 November 1197.

In theory, were the current Duke of Cornwall, Prince Charles, to appoint a Lord Warden of the Stannaries, they could convene a Stannary Parliament which could veto United Kingdom legislation. This is because a Stannator's right to veto Westminster legislation has never been formally withdrawn
He died after 1197 in England.

Spouse: Maude DE CORNHILL. William DE WROTHAM and Maude DE CORNHILL were married before 1170 in England. Children were: Richard DE WROTHAM.


Phillipa DE WYCK was born about 1345. She has Ancestral File Number 921N-J2.

Spouse: John RESKYMER. John RESKYMER and Phillipa DE WYCK were married before 1370. Children were: Ralph RESKYMER.


Reginald DE WYNTERWADE was born about 1040 in Normandy, France. He served in the military in 1066 in Hastings, Sussex, England. Battle of Hastings.

Children were: Henry DE WYNTWORD.


Henry DE WYNTWORD was born in 1066 in England. Parents: Reginald DE WYNTERWADE.

Children were: Richard DE WENTWORTH.


Judy DEAN.

Spouse: Randy Lane REIMERT.


Jane DEANS.

Spouse: David Neil FERGUSON. Children were: David Neil , Jr. FERGUSON, Jonathon Mark FERGUSON, Stephen Scott FERGUSON, Cameron CLARK.


Linda DEATON.

Spouse: Charles Robert STEWART. Children were: Shelli STEWART, Amy Nicole STEWART, Jason STEWART.


Adeliza Lucia DEBAALUM was born about 1099 in England. She was buried in Isle Of Wight, Hampshire, England. Quarr Abbey. She has Ancestral File Number 8Q7P-Q6.

Spouse: Baldwin DE REVIERS. Baldwin DE REVIERS and Adeliza Lucia DEBAALUM were married about 1117 in England. Children were: William DE REVIERS.


Geertruit DEBRIER was born after 1620 in Frankenthal, Rhineland-Pfalz, Germany. She died between 1670 and 1700 in Frankenthal, Rhineland-Pfalz, Germany. Date and place are assumed.

Spouse: Johannes DETURCK. Johannes DETURCK and Geertruit DEBRIER were married before 1644 in Frankenthal, Rhineland-Pfalz, Germany. Children were: Johannes DETURCK.


Catherine DECKER was christened on 14 Mar 1819 in St. John Luth., Manorton, Columbia, New York. She died between 1869 and 1900. Dates are estimated. Parents: Martin DECKER and Huldah.

Spouse: John CHANDLER. John CHANDLER and Catherine DECKER were married before 1833 in New York. Children were: Helen CHANDLER.


Martin DECKER was born about 1790 in Port Jervis, Orange Co., New York. He was christened on 5 Sep 1790 in Reformed Church, W. Copake, Columbia, New York. He appeared in the census in 1820 in Columbia Co., New York. He appeared in the census in 1830 in Columbia Co., New York. He died between 1840 and 1880. Dates are estimated. Parents: Cornelius DEKKER and Christina BRISSIE.

Spouse: Huldah. Martin DECKER and Huldah were married about 1811 in New York. Children were: Catherine DECKER.


Louise DEES.

Spouse: Robert Howard FERGUSON.


Minnie DEFENDAFER was born in Sep 1874 in Ohio. !1. FAMILY BIBLE RECORDS 2. 1900 US CENSUS, RHEA CO., TN

Spouse: Arthur Craig FERGUSON. Arthur Craig FERGUSON and Minnie DEFENDAFER were married on 1 Oct 1892.


Margaret DEINCOURT was born about 1353 in Northumberland, England. Parents: William DEINCOURT and Margaret WELLES.

Spouse: Robert TIPTOFT. Robert TIPTOFT and Margaret DEINCOURT were married. Children were: Elizabeth TIPTOFT.


William DEINCOURT was born about 1327 in England.

Spouse: Margaret WELLES. William DEINCOURT and Margaret WELLES were married. Children were: Margaret DEINCOURT.


Cornelius DEKKER.

Spouse: Christina BRISSIE. Children were: Martin DECKER.


Henry DEL LEE was born about 1211 in Amounderness, Lancashire, England. He has Ancestral File Number HF3M-GQ.

Children were: William DEL LEE.


Sibyll DEL LEE was born about 1263 in Banastre, Cheshire, England. She has Ancestral File Number HF3M-FK. Parents: William DEL LEE and Clemence BANASTRE.

Spouse: Richard HOGHTON. Richard HOGHTON and Sibyll DEL LEE were married about 1307 in England. Children were: Katherine DE HAUGHTON.

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