~1160, Walter born in England. [Descendent of Waleran the Hunter of Domesday records.]
~1163, Isabella born in England.
~1181, Waleran married Isabella.
5/27/1199, John succeeded King Richard I of England.
~1200, Walter Waleran, having received 60 marks of silver, and his wife Isabella 2 bezants, conveyed all his landwhich he held of the fee of the Earl of Gloucester in Mersfield, to Payne de Turberville, to be held by the yearly rent of 1 sparrow-hawk. (S) Original in the possession of George Grant Francis, Esq. F.S.A. [It mentions, besides his wife Isabella, his mother Cecilia, and Sibilla her daughter, who head the witnesses.]
1201, Walter died, holding 25 knights fees.
(S) Wadham College, Oxford, Jackson, 1893.
1249, Sir Oliver de Ingham (121690520, s/o Albreda) and his cousin, William de St. Martin (60841032, s/o Joan, d/o Isabel), petition the crown for the restoration of forteited estates associated with the barony of Walter Waleran. (S) Wiltshire Arch. And Nat. Hist. Mag., 1885, P254. [The suit was not successful.]
See Albreda, 4/12/1257.
Children of Walter and Isabella:
i. Isabel Waleran (243364131), born ~1183 in England.
Daughter: Joan Nevil (121682065).
ii. Cecilie Waleran (23634243), born ~1185 in England.
iii. Albreda Waleran (486762081), born ~1187 in England.