Genealogy - KNIGHTs from Continental Europe to England/Ireland, to Philadelphia (PA), to France -Sept. 2018

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Ancestors of Sir William LE BLOUNT, 3th Baron Of Ixworth [2445]
Amiral Robert LE BLOUNT, 1st Baron Ixworth, Lord Of Orford Castle [2448]
(Abt 1029-1065)
Gundreda DE FERRIERES [2452]
Sir Gilbert LE BLOUNT, 2nd Baron Ixworth [2447]
Alice DE COLKIRK [2450]

Sir William LE BLOUNT, 3th Baron Of Ixworth [2445]
(Abt 1096-Abt 1169)


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Sir William LE BLOUNT, 3th Baron Of Ixworth [2445]

  • Born: Abt 1096, Ixworth, Suffolk, England
  • Marriage: Sarah DE MONTCHESNEY [2446]
  • Died: Abt 1169, , , England about age 73

bullet   Another name for William was LE BLUND.

bullet  Sources, Comments and Notes:

Source <The dormant and extinct baronage of England: or, An historical and ...> Par Thomas Christopher Banks:
This ancient family is faid to have its rife from the Blondi or Biondi, in Italy, whose historians derive them from the Roman Flavii.
Blound, lord of Guisnes, in France, had three sons, who came into England with the Conqueror. One returned into France again; the the other two, Sir Robert and Sir William, remained. Sir Robert at the time of the General Survey, possessed several lordships in the county of Suffolk, of which Ixworth or Ikesworth, was the chief of his barony. Sir William had several lordships in Lincolnshire: but Sir Robert was father of Gilbert, who, by Alice de Colkirke, his wife, had issue, William baron of Ixworth, who, by Sarah de Montchensi, his wife, was father of another Gilbert (by some called Hubert), who, by Agnes de Lisle, had two sons, William and Stephen. William the eldest, married Cicely de Vere, and had issue another William, and two daughters; which William being amongst the rebel barons, temp. Henry III. and standard-bearer in their army, under Simon Montfort, earl of Leicester, was slain with him at the battle of Lewes, leaving his two sisters; viz. Agnes, Wife of Sir William de Criketot; and Rohese, of Robert de Valoines, (vid. Criketot, and also Valoines,) his heirs, who shared the inheritance."
Source < Le BLOUNT (3° B. Ixworth)>:
"William Le BLOUNT (3° B. Ixworth)
Born: ABT 1096, Ixworth, Suffolk, England
Died: ABT 1169
Father: Gilbert Le BLOUNT (2° B. Ixworth)
Mother: Alice De COLEKIRKE

Married 1: Sarah De MUNCHENSY ABT 1118, Ixworth, Suffolk, England
1. Gilbert Le BLOUNT (4° B. Ixworth)
2. Galiena Le BLOUNT

Married 2: ? ABT 1122, Saxlingham, Norfolk, England
3. William Le BLOUNT"
Source <The baronetage of England: containing a genealogical and historical account ...> Par Thomas Wotton:
"... Gilbert, his son, married Alicia de Colekirk, and left issue William, Baron of Icksworth, who married Sarah, daughter of Monchampes, or Monchensy, Lord of Elwalslon, in Derbyshire, and had issue Gilbert, by others called Hubert, Baron of Icksworth. He married Agnes de Insula, or Lisle, and had issue two sons, William and Stephen. ..."
Source <>:
"William le Blount, I, 3rd Baron of Ixworth (1096 - 1169)
Birthdate: 1096 Birthplace: Ixworth, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
Death: Died 1169 in Ixworth, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
Occupation: 3rd Lord of Ixwor

Immediate Family
Mrs-William Le Blount wife
Sarah LE BLOUNT wife
Rohesia Blount daughter
Lord Gilbert "Hubert" le Blount,... son
William le Blount, II son
Alicia de Colekirke mother
Gilbert le Blount, 2nd Baron of ... father
Gilbert Blount brother
Galiena Le Blount sister"

William married Sarah DE MONTCHESNEY [2446] [MRIN: 1387], daughter of Hubert III DE MONTCHESNEY [2454] and Muriel DE VALOGNES [2456]. (Sarah DE MONTCHESNEY [2446] was born in , , England and died in , , England.)

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