Fitz Fitz-Hugh LE BRETON 
- Born: Abt 1150
- Marriage: Unknown
Another name for Fitz was LE BRETON, LEBRETON, DE BRETON, BRITON, BRETONE, LE BRITO, LE BRETUN, LE BRITO, BRITON.
Sources, Comments and Notes:
Source <Warwickshire arms and lineages> Par Frederick Wilson Kittermaster:
"The Arms of Breton, of Long Itchington and Tamworth. Captain John Breton, Member for Tamworth 1585, was son of Richard Breton of Sirescote and Tamworth, and fourth in descent from Richard Breton, of Tamworth (temp. Hen. VII.), and eighth in descent from John Breton, of Tamworth (temp. Edw. III.), which John was son of Guy, and grandson of William de Breton, of Long Itchington, (temp. Edw. I.)
This William mar. Agneta, daug. of William de Chetwode, and was son of Nicholas Breton, of Long Itchington, and third in descent from Robert de Breton, of Bascote (temp. Rich. I.), and sixth in descent from Hugh Breton, Lord of Favershall, who founded the Abbey of Kirkstead in Lincolnshire, A.d. I I 39. "
"BRITTON DNA PROJECT PAGE 6
Breton of Warwickshire
Warwickshire Arms & Lineages provides a rudimentary pedigree for one branch of this family:
... The following chart is taken from this source:
Hugh Breton, Lord of Favershall, founder of the Abbey of Kirkstead in Lincolnshire in 1139
Robert de Breton of Bascote (temp. Richard I)
Nicholas Breton of Long Itchington
William Breton of Long Itchington m Agneta de Chetwode (temp. Edward I)
Guy Breton ..."