Name: Waleran de Newburgh
Suffix: 4th Earl of Warwick
Death: 12 DEC 1204
Change Date: 2 MAY 2006
"WALERAN DE NEWBURGH, alias de Warwick, Earl of Warwick; b. before 1153; mar. 1st, before 1190, Margaret, dau. of Humphrey de Bohun, by Margaret, dau. and co-h. of Miles de Gloucester, Earl of Hereford; 2nd, Maud ...; and 3rd, Alice, widow of John de Limesi, of ColleyWeston, co. Northampton, dau. of Robert de Harcourt, of Stanton, co. Oxon., by Isabel, dau. and h. of Richard de Camville, of Stanton. Hed. 12 Dec., 1204. His widow was living 1207-8."
Countess of Warwick, Warwick Castle and Its Earls from SaxonTimes to the Present Day, vol. 2, 1903, genealogical chart, p 827
"WALERAN, succeeded his brother as fourth Earl of Warwick, and d. 12 Dec. 1204. His eldest son, Henry de Newburgh succeeded as fifth Earl of Warwick and d. 10 Oct. 1229. The latter was succeeded by his only son, Thomas de Newburgh, sixth Earl of Warwick, at whose death without issue 26 June 1242, the earldom and estates passed to his sister Margery de Newburgh; she m. (1) John Mareschall, and m. (2), John de Plessetis."
J Gardner Bartlett, Newberry Genealogy, Boston, 1914, p 6
"This Earl had two Wives [BUT SEE NOTE ABOVE BY COUNTESS OF WARWICK],viz. Margery the Daughter of Henry de Bohun, Earl of Hereford, and Alice, the Daughter of John de Harecourt (Widow of John de Limesie,) and departing this life in 6 Joh. left issue divers children of which, Henry, being the eldest, succeeded him in this Earldom; Waleran had the Manors of Gretham and Cotesmore in Com. Rotel. with certain Lands in Com. Wogorn. given unto him by his Father, but died issueless; Alice his daughter (by Alice his last wife) became the wife of William Manduit of Hanstape in Com. Buck. having for her marriage portion, the Mannor of Wauton, (since called Wauton-Mauduit) in com. Warr. but being married very young, continued in the custody of her Mother for some time after Espousals; and Gundred his other Daughter, brought up in the Abbey of Pinley, with Isabel his Neece; for whose education he granted in his life time to the Nuns of that House, two marks of Silver yearly to be paid, by the hands of his Steward at Claverdon."William Dugdale, The Baronage of England, vol I, 1675 (reprint 1977, Georg Olms Verlag, Hildesheim & New York), p 71.
Father: Roger de Newburgh
Mother: Gundred de Warenne
- Henry de Newburgh
- Margaret de Newburgh
Alice de Harcourt
- Alice de Newburgh b: 1202