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Female Adelaide De Warenne [Countess] Click to view Adelaide De Warenne [Countess] in the family tree

Adelaide De was born about 1122 in Surrey, England.  Adelaide De's father was William De Warenne 2nd Earl Of Surrey and her mother was Isabel Elizabeth De Vermandois.  Her paternal grandparents were William I De Warenne 1st Earl Of Surrey and Gundrada Of Fleming [Princess]; her maternal grandparents were Hugh 'The Great' Crepi [Count Vermandois- Duke Burgndy] and Adelaide De Vermandois [Countess]. She had four brothers and two sisters, named Henry, Ralph De, William De, Reginald De, Ella De and Gundred De.  She was the second youngest of the seven children. She had three half-brothers and eight half-sisters, named Waleran Lord De, Robert "Bossu"  "The Just* De, Hugh De, Isabel (Elizabeth) De, Aubreye De, Eleanor De, Adeline De, Daughter De, Alice Dau Of Robert De, Amicade De and Maud De.  She died in 1178 in Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire, England.  She was buried in Kelso, Roxburgh, Scotland.


Adelaide De's family with Henry Earl Of Huntingdon Prince Of Scotland

‚ÄĆAdelaide De and Henry Earl Of were married in a religious ceremony in England.  They had three sons and six daughters, named Malcolm IV "The Maiden", William The Lion King Of, David Earl Of, Aufrica Of, Margaret De, Ada, Matilda Princess Of, Marjory Of and Isabella Of.

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