Person:Walter FitzRobert (4)

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Name Walter FitzRobert
Gender Male
Alt Birth? 1110 Dunmow, Essex, England
Alt Birth? 1120 Little Dunmow, Essex, England
Birth? abt 1124 Little Dunmow, Essex, England
Death? 1198 Woodham Walter, Malden, Essex, England
Alt Death[1] 1198 Little Dunmow, Essex, England
Title (nobility)? Baron Baynard
Reference Number? Q7964837?

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Walter Fitz Robert of Woodham Walter (c.1124–1198), 2nd Lord of Little Dunmow, Essex, was steward under Stephen of England , having succeeded to that position upon the death of his father, Robert Fitz Richard. Baron Walter died in 1198, and was buried at Little Dunmow, in the choir of the priory of Austin canons.

Walter FitzRobert, 2nd Lord of Dunmow Castle, who in the controversy between the Earl of Moreton, brother of Richard I, and the Bishop of Ely, Walter adhered to the Bishop, and was given custody of the Castle of Eye in Suffolk. He married 1st Maud, died 1140, daughter of Richard Lucie, and with her had the lordship of Disce in Norfolk. Married 2nd Margaret de Bohun and dying in 1198 was succeeded by his eldest son, Robert.

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  2.   Walter Fitz Robert, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  3.   Walter fitz Robert, in Lundy, Darryl. The Peerage: A genealogical survey of the peerage of Britain as well as the royal families of Europe.