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Donnchad mac Maíl Coluim Dunkeld King Duncan II of Scotland
(Between 1060/1065-1094)
Ethelreda of Northumberland
William FitzRanulph Meschin du Bessin
(-Between 1130/1135)
Cecily de Rumilly
William FitzDuncan
(Between 1091/1094-Abt 1153/1154)
Alice de Rumilly
Alice MacWilliam
(Bef 1153-Abt 1212/1215)


Family Links

1. Robert de Courtenay

Alice MacWilliam

  • Born: Bef 1153 1
  • Marriage (1): Robert de Courtenay before 8 Dec 1195 1
  • Died: Abt 1212-1215 1

  General Notes:

ALICE (before [1153/54]-[6 Mar or 18 Mar] [1212/1215], bur [Gysburne/Gisborough Priory]). The Cronicon Cumbrić names "prima…Cecilia…secunda Amabilla…tertia Alicia" as the three daughters of "Willielmus", son of "Doncani comes de Murrayse", and his wife Alice, adding that Alice received "Aspatrike, et baronia de Allerdale et libertate de Cokermouth" and married "Gilberto Pipard" and secondly "Roberto de Courtenay", but died childless and was succeeded by "Thomas de Lucy, cui successit Thomas filius eius, cui successit Antonius frater eius". Co-heiress of her brother. Lady of Allerdale and Cockermouth. "Ric de Luci fil Reginaldi de Luci" paid a fine for "terra sua de Copland et in Cautebige" relating to a claim against "B. com Albemarl et uxore sua et versus Rob de Curtenay et Alic uxorem suam", dated 1200. "Ćlicia de Rumely, filia Willielmi filii Duncani" confirmed donations of property to Gysburne/Gisborough Priory by "antecessorum meorum…Waldevi filii Cospatrici comitis, et Alani filii Waldevi", by undated charter. "Alicia de Rumelli filia Willielmi filii Dunecani" donated property to Fountains Abbey by undated charter. The Feet of Fines records the judgment dated 8 Dec 1195 in a claim by "Walterus Pipard" against "Rob de Curtenai…loco Alic de Rumilie ux sue" concerning land "in Croumse". "Robertus de Curtenei" donated revenue from "molendino…de Kokermuth" to St Bees, with the advice of "uxoris mee Aaliz de Rumeleie", to St Bees by undated charter, witnessed by "…Willelmo de Curtenei…". "Alicia de Rumely, filia Willielmi filii Duncani" donated property to Gysburne/Gisborough Priory, for the souls of "maritorum meorum Gilberti Pypard et Roberti de Curtenay", by undated charter. The Red Book of the Exchequer records "Aliz de Romely" holding property in Cumberland in [1210/12]. The Testa de Nevill includes a writ of King John dated 1212 which records that "Alicia de Rumilly" held "terram suam in Alredal de domino rege" in Cumberland which King Henry I had granted to "Waldevo filio Gospatric, antecessoris predicte Alicie". The obituary of Gysburne/Gisborough priory records the death "II Non Mar" of "Alicić de Rumley".

m firstly GILBERT Pipard Sheriff of Gloucester and Hereford, son of --- (-[Sep 1191/Sep 1192]).

m secondly (before 8 Dec 1195) as his second wife, ROBERT de Courtenay Lord of Sutton, Berkshire, Sheriff of Cumberland, son of RENAUD Seigneur de Courtenay & his second wife Hawise d'Avranches (-[1207/09]). 1

Alice married Robert de Courtenay, son of Renaud de Courtenay Seigneur de Courtenay and Hawise d'Avranches, before 8 Dec 1195.1 (Robert de Courtenay was born between 1150 and 1155 1 and died between 1207 and 1209 1.)


1 Charles Cawley, <i>Medieval Lands</i>.

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