William Marshall, 4th Earl of Pembroke
and The Marshal of England. Pembroke, Netherwent, Leinster, Orbec, Bienfaite,
Hamelin de Warenne of Anjou Plantagenet, 5 Th Earl of Surrey
Assumed the name of Warren and became the Earl of Surrey
Vicomte of Touraine. (See Early Yorkshire Charters Vol viii pp20-24 for
daughters details). The Complete Peerage vol.XIIpI,p.499-500.
Thomas de Holland, 2nd Earl of Kent
The Complete Peerage vol.VII,pp.154-156.
Alice FitzAlan, Lady, of Arundel
A Papal dispensation was issued on 8 Mar 1325 to permit the Marriage of
Alice and John who are related in the 4th degree.
Robert de Ferrieres, 1st Earl of Derby
Contributed to King Stephen's victory over King David of Scotland, for which he was rewarded with the earldom of Derby.