Griffin de Warren was born about 1320. He died in 1356. He married Matilda le Strange of Blackmere. 1247529. Matilda le Strange of Blackmere was born 1 about 1333 in Lightfield, Shropshire, England
Griffin is a Welsh name, the second element deriving from Welsh udd "lord, prince" but the first element being of uncertain meaning. Ightfield was mentioned as ISTEFELT in the Domesday Book and though not as important as some parishes in the area, it had its own priest which implies an established community which had its own church. The constant necessity of defending their territories against the Welsh prompted the Norman lords of Shropshire to such activity in castle-building that out of 186 castles in England no less than 32 are in this county. Shropshire became a key area within the Welsh Marches.
"Griffin de Warren of Ightfield, d. 1356, m. Maud/Matilda, d. of Fulke, Lord Strange of Blackmere, afterwards married Sir Piers (or Peter) de Cornwall, lord of Kinlet, Shropshire. "
|Griffin de Warren (c1345-1405)||1345 Ightfield, Shropshire, England||1405 Ightfield, Shropshire, England||Margaret Corbett (c1360-1404)|
|Griffin de Warren (1320-1356)||1320 Arundel, Essex, England||1356 England||Matilda le Strange (c1320-1350)|
- Griffin Warren
- Warren in Shropshire
- Warenne Family Ancestry
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