Name: William Peverel
Birth: 1080 in Nottingham, Notts
Death: AFT 1155
Change Date: 11 MAY 2006
William Peverel the younger, one of the principal supporters of King Stephen, was a commander at the battle of the Standard, and was taken prisoner at the battle of Lincoln. His estates were forfeited for a time, and his castle of Nottingham was committed by the Empress to the
custody of William Paynel. He recovered it in 1143. His wives were (1) Oddona, and (2) Avice de Lancaster, who was presumably a daughter of Count Roger (cognomine Pictaviensis), Lord of the honour of Lancaster, by his wife, Aumodis, Countess of La Marche.
He had a son, Henry, and a daughter, Margaret, eventually, or in her issue, his heir, and wife of Robert, Earl of Ferrieres."
[Reference: Complete Peerage,
4 (1916): 762 (sub Appendix I)].
Father: William Peverell b: 1050 in Normandy, France
Avicia de Lancaster
- Margaret Peverall b: ABT 1114