- Marriage: Halenald I DE BIDUN, of Lavendon 
" HALENALD de Bidun (-before 1156). The Testa de Nevill lists fees in Norfolk & Suffolk, dated 1212, which record that "Halnad de Bidun" held "in Sypeden [Shipden] quartam partem feodi i militis de dono Henrici Regis antiqui". "Halnath de Bidon..." witnessed the charter under which "Petrus de Golsa" founded Newhouse Abbey, Lincolnshire, dated to the reign of King Stephen. A charter of Richard I King of England dated 3 Jul 1190 confirmed donations to Thornton abbey including the donation of "ecclesiam de Garton" made by "Hanelaci de Bydon". "Gerardus de Limesey" donated property to Hertford priory, for the souls of "uxoris meæ Amiciæ et Johannis filii mei", by undated charter witnessed by "Halen. de Bidun, Amicia uxore mea, Trianno fratre meo…". Farrer records that Halenald de Bidun became a monk at St. Andrew's, Northampton when he donated revenue from a mill at Cotes, for the souls of himself, Anneta his wife and John his son, by undated charter witnessed by his sons John, Simon, Halenald, Trian, Walter the clerk and Aluric the priest.
m firstly SARA, daughter of ---. ...
m secondly ANNETA, daughter of ---. ... Halenald & his [first/second] wife had seven children:
g) AMICE de Bidun ([1124/25]-after 1185). "Gerardus de Limesey" donated property to Hertford priory, for the souls of "uxoris meæ Amiciæ et Johannis filii mei", by undated charter witnessed by "…Trianno fratre meo…". The Rotuli de Dominabus of 1185 records "Amicia de Limesia…lx annorum…filia Haveladi de Bid[une]", adding that she has "ii filios milites quorum primogenitus…Johannes de Limesia…[et] plures…filias". m GERARD de Limesey, son of ALAN de Limesay & his wife --- (-after 1161). Gerard & his wife had [five or more] children: ..."
Anneta married Halenald I DE BIDUN, of Lavendon  [MRIN: 3188]. (Halenald I DE BIDUN, of Lavendon  was born in , Bretagne, France, died before 1156 in , , England and was buried in St. Andrew’s Priory, Northamptonshire, England.)