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Female Alice Brun Lusignan Click to view Alice Brun Lusignan in the family tree

Alice Brun was born about 1224 in Arundel, Sussex, England.  Alice Brun's father was Hugh X Le Brun "The Brown" De Lusignan and her mother was Isabella de Taillefer.  Her paternal grandparents were Hugh IX De Lusignan and Matilda of Angouleme De Taillefer; her maternal grandparents were Aimer de Taillefer and Alix Adelaide De Joigny Courtenay Courtenay. She had five brothers and three sisters, named Hugh XI, Aymer, Geoffrey, Guy, William, Agnes, Isabelle and Marguerite. She had two half-brothers and three half-sisters, named Henry III of, Richard of, Eleanor of, Isabella of and Joan of.  She died in 1255 in Warren, Sussex, England.

Alice Brun's first family with John De Warenne

‌Alice Brun and John were married in a religious ceremony in August 1247 in Surrey, England.  They had a son and two daughters, named William, Eleanor and Isabel.

Alice Brun's second family with Edward I "Longshanks" Plantagenet of England

‌Alice Brun and Edward I "Longshanks" Plantagenet of were married in a religious ceremony before September 1267.

Alice Brun's third family with Gilbert I "The Red Earl" De Clare

‌Alice Brun and Gilbert I "The Red Earl" were married in a religious ceremony in England.  They were divorced in England.  They had two daughters named Isabella and Joan.

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