- Born: Abt 1205, , , England
- Marriage: William IV D'AUBIGNÉ, Lord Of Belvoir  about 1223 in Belvoir, Leicestershire, England 2
- Died: , , England
[Isabel ___ or Albreda BISSET ?]
Source <The Reliquary, Volume 7>:
"... Of his eldest son and heir, William de Albini IV., little of import is recorded. For the good of his soul, the souls of his father and mother, his two wives, Albreda and Isabel, and all his predecessors and successors, he confirmed what his father had granted to the Hospital at Newstead. He died about 1247, and was buried before the high altar in the Priory of Belvoir, and his heart at Croxton. In him ended the issue male of this powerful family. By his wife Albreda Biset (arms vert, six bezants, 3, 2, 1), he had an only daughter, named Isabel, in ward to Henry III., who afterwards married Rt. de Ros, baron of Hamlake, fifth in descent from Peter de Ros, who married Adelina, sister, and one of the three coheiresses of Sir Walter de Espec (arms, gules, three Catherine wheels or), baron of Helmsley. ..."
Source <The history of Belvoir castle, from the Norman conquest to the nineteenth ...> Par Irvin Eller:
"Of William the eldest son and heir, called in his father's life-time, William de Belvoir, William de Albini junior, and afterwards William De Albini IV, little of material import is recorded. For the good of bis soul, the souls of his father and mother, his two wives, Albreda and Isabel, and all his predecessors and successors; he confirmed what his father had granted to the hospital at Newstead. He died about the year 1247, and was buried before the high altar in the Priory of Belvoir, and his heart at Croxton. His monument, which with others, was removed at the dissolution of the Priory, to Bottesford Church, is now totally lost . In him ended the issue male. By his wife Albreda Biset, he had a daughter named Isabel, whom he left a minor, and in ward to Henry III. This opulent heiress of the house of Albini, married Robert de Ros, baron of Hamlake, the representative of a family of great consequence, which took their name from the lordship of Ross, in Holderness. Robert was the fifth in regular descent from Peter de Ros, who, by marriage with Adeline, daughter of Sir Walter Espec, became the inheritor of two princely fortunes."
"WILLIAM [IV] de Albini Brito (-before 14 Sep 1242). ... m ISABEL, daughter of ---. "Isabella d´Aubigny" made a fine for "marrying herself to whomever she will wish", dated 13 Jan 1243. William & his wife had one child:
a) ISABEL de Albini (-15 Jun 1301, bur Newstead, near Stamford). ..."
Source <The history and antiquities of the county of Buckingham, Volume 4> Par George Lipscomb:
"... William, his eldest son, was his successor. He stood firmly to Hen. III. but died before the 32nd year of that King's reign. His body was buried before the High Altar in the Priory of Belvoir, and his heart at Croxton Priory, in Leicestershire. He had two wives, Albreda Bisset, and Isabel .... by the latter of whom, he had an only daughter, Isabel, who was married to Robert de Ros, of Hamlake; and from this marriage the Dukes of Rutland are descended."
Isabel married William IV D'AUBIGNÉ, Lord Of Belvoir  [MRIN: 1142], son of William III D'AUBIGNÉ, "The Rebel", Lord Of Belvoir  and Margery D'UMFRAVILLE , about 1223 in Belvoir, Leicestershire, England.2 (William IV D'AUBIGNÉ, Lord Of Belvoir  was born about 1193 in Belvoir Castle, Leicestershire, England, died before 14 Sep 1242 in , , England and was buried in Belvoir Priory, Leicestershire, England.)