Person:Fulke FitzWarin (1)

Fulke FitzWarin , Baron FitzWarin abt 1183 and 1190 Whittington, Shropshire, England
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Name Fulke FitzWarin , Baron FitzWarin
Gender Male
Birth[1] bet abt 1183 and 1190 Whittington, Shropshire, England
Marriage bef 1 Oct 1207 West Riding of Yorkshire, Englandto Maude le Vavasour
Alt Death[3] about Oct 1250 to 1251
Reference Number? Q5507946?
Alt Death? 1258 Whittington,,Shropshire,England
Death? 1263 Yorkshire, EnglandRiver Ouse?

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Fulk III FitzWarin (c. 1160–1258) (alias Fulke, Fouke, FitzWaryn, FitzWarren, Fitz Warine, etc., Latinised to Fulco Filius Warini, "Fulk son of Warin") was a powerful marcher lord seated at Whittington Castle in Shropshire in England on the border with Wales, and also at Alveston in Gloucestershire. He rebelled against King John (1199-1216) from 1200 to 1203, mainly over a dispute concerning his familial right to Whittington Castle, and was declared an outlaw. He was the subject of the famous mediaeval legend or "ancestral romance" entitled Fouke le Fitz Waryn, which relates the story of his life as an outlaw and his struggle to regain his patrimony from the king. He founded, between 1221 and 1226, Alberbury Priory in Shropshire which he granted to the Augustinian canons of Lilleshall but later transferred to the Order of Grandmont. His grandson was Fulk V FitzWarin, 1st Baron FitzWarin (1251-1315).

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  2.   Fulk Fitzwarin, in Lundy, Darryl. The Peerage: A genealogical survey of the peerage of Britain as well as the royal families of Europe.
  3. FULK FitzWarin [III] (-[Oct 1250/1251]), in Cawley, Charles. Medieval Lands: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families.