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Warenne, Isabel de [married name Isabel d'Aubigny], countess of Arundellocked

(1226x30–1282)
  • John A. Nichols

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Warenne, Isabel de [married name Isabel d'Aubigny], countess of Arundel (1226x30–1282), founder of Marham Abbey, Norfolk, and religious patron, was the daughter of William (IV) de Warenne, earl of Surrey (d. 1240), and his second wife, Matilda (or Maud), coheir and daughter of ...

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