~1140, Waleran born in England, s/o 243393932. Earl Roger de Newburgh & 243393933. Gundred de Warren.
1153, Waleran’s father died, his brother William succeeding. (S) CH&I,H.II., P343.
12/19/1154, Henry II crowned king of England.
~1175, Alice born in England, d/o 243393934. Robert de Harcourt & 243393935. Isabel de Camville.
[––Waleran––] & [––Alice––]
Waleran 1st married Margery, d/o 189118336. Baron Humphrey de Bohun & 189118337. Duchess Margaret of Huntingdon.
11/15/1184, Waleran heir to his brother William of 102 knights’ fees. (S) Shakespeareana Genealogica, French, P442.
[Undated], Charter of Waleran, earl of Warwick, granting to Alan his cook, son of Alan the cook, the office in his household which Alan his father had in that of Earl William.
2/11/1188, at Gedington, Waleran, earl of Warwick, attested a royal charter to Studley. (S) CH&I,H.II., P285.
9/3/1189, Richard I crowned king of England.
9/17/1189, Waleran, earl of Warwick, witnessed a royal charter at Geddington.
1190-1, Grant by Waleran, Earl of Warwick, to Peter Blund of lands in Scenegefeld and Tromkewull. Witnesses: William de Longchamp, … (S) Guide to the Manuscripts, Autographs, … British Museum, P39.
~1193, Alice 1st married John de Limesi, s/o 67547150. Baron Gerard de Limesi & 67547151. Lady Amicia de Bidun.
1193-1204, Grant by Waleran, earl of Warwick, to his son Waleran of Greetham, Rutland, and his half of Cottesmore, to hold as 1 knight's fee. (S) Beauchamp Cartulary Charters, Mason, 1980.
1198, John de Limesi died.
[––Waleran & Alice––]
1198, Waleran married 2nd Alice.
5/27/1199, John crowned king of England. Waleran was the bearer of “the right hand sword” at the coronation. (S) Official Baronage of England, Doyle, 1886, P573.
1199, at Northampton, William Marshall, having returned to England, assembled barons to address their grievances, including Waleran, earl of Warwick. [Those assembled held over 850 knights’ fees.] (S) Reign of King John, Painter, 1949, P12.
1202, Waleran made an agreement with Ralph, Lord Basset, regarding the impaling of Deayton-Basset park.
1203, M. Nicholas Brito defended the St. Mary’s Collegiate Church, Warwick, against a plea by [Waleran] the earl of Warwick that they impeded him from presenting to St. Laurence’s church, Warwick. (S) Cartulary of St. Mary’s, Fonge, 2004, P409.
Alice [likely] died before Waleran.bef.
1204, Waleran mortgaged the Brailes estate to Amicia Hasting.
Bef. 12/24/1204, Waleran, Earl of Warwick died; son Henry, a minor, succeeding; lands placed in custody of Thomas Basset of Headington. (S) Three Oxfordshire Parishes, Stapleton, Oxford Hist. Soc., 1893, P9.
(S) IsPM for the County of Worcester, V1, 1894, P-VII. (S) Reports from the Lords Committees Touching the Dignity, House of Lords, 1829, P157.
Children of Waleran and Margery:
i. Henry, Earl of Warwick, born ? in England.
Henry married 1st Magery d’Oilly.
Henry married 2nd Philippa Basset (d.dsp.1265).
1229, Henry died.
Child: Thomas, earl of Warwick (b.1208, d.dsp.1242). Thomas’ widow, Ela Longeespee (d.1298), married 2nd Philip Basset (d.1271.)
Child: Margery, Countess of Warwick (d.dsp.1253). [Husbands: John Marshall (d.1242) of Hingham and Hockering, Norfolk; and John de Plessis (d.1263.)
Child of Waleran and Alice:
i. Alice de Newburgh (60848483), born 1199 in England.