Walter FitzRobert, 2nd Baron of Little Dunmow
2nd Baron of Little Dunmow
Lord of Baynard Castle
Coat of Arms Associated with the Little Dunmow Branch of House de Clare
|Wife||Matilda de Bohun|
|Noble family||House FitzWalter|
House de Clare
|Mother||Matilda de St. Liz|
Tunbridge, Kent, Kingdom of England
Little Dunmow, Essex, Kingdom of England
- Robert FitzWalter (1167-1235) Heir; a Magna Charta Surety
- Alice FitzWalter; married Gilbert Peche.
When Robert, and his co-conspirators, fled after being implicated in the 1212 plot against King John, John required that the Barons present hostages to show their loyalty. Alice and Gilbert Peche had the same requirement placed against them; one of the hostages was their daughter, Alice.
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