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Walter Fitz Robert
4th Baron of Little Dunmow
Lord of Baynard Castle
Fitz Walter.svg.png
Coat of Arms Associated with the Little Dunmow Branch of House de Clare
PredecessorRobert Fitz Walter
SuccessorRobert Fitz Walter
WifeIda Longespée
Noble familyHouse de Clare
FatherRobert Fitz Walter
MotherGunnora de Valognes
Woodham Walter, Malden, Essex, Kingdom of England
Woodham Walter, Malden, Essex, Kingdom of England
BuriedLittle Dunmow Priory, Little Dunmow, Essex, Kingdom of England

Walter Fitz Robert, 4th Baron of Little Dunmow (1204-1258) was the son of was the son of Robert Fitz Walter (1167-1235) by his wife Gunnora de Valognes (1174-1240).


Walter Fitz Robert married Ida Longespée, daughter of William Longespée II, Earl of Salisbury by his wife, Idoine de Camville, and had one son by that marriage:


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