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"W comes Cicestrieet regina Adelide" granted land at Wymondham, Norfolk to the church of St Lazarus of Jerusalem by charter dated to [1150], witnessed by "Rogero de Albineio" ([1136/Sep 1139]) as her second husband, ADELISA de Louvain, widow of HENRY I King of England, daughter of GODEFROI V "le Barbu" Duke of Lower Lotharingia, Comte de Louvain & his first wife Ida de Chiny Ctss de Namur ([1103/06]-Afflighem Abbey 23/24 Mar or , bur Afflighem Abbey).

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After the Norman conquest, the castle of Arundel was first possessed by Roger de Montgommery, who was created an earl in 1067 and is generally recognised as Earl of Shrewsbury.

His son, Robert de Bellme Comte d'Alenon and Earl of Shrewsbury lost his English honours and estates after his attainder in 1102.

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The Continuatio Chronici Afflegemiensis records that Godefridus cum barba Dux Lotharingifilia Aleidis married Regi Angli in 1121, died IX Kal Mai and was buried at Afflighem after the death of her second husband ([1139/41]-).

Domesday Descendants records that William Earl of Arundel donated property to Boxgrove Priory for the soul of Agnes, wife of Radulf Fitz Savaric, by charter dated [1173] which does not specify the relationship between the two He succeeded his father in 1176, generally known as Earl of Sussex as the castle of Arundel was retained by the crown on his father's death.

A manuscript record of the Mowbray family (many of the details in which relating to the early generations of the family are inconsistent with other sources) states that the wife of Willihelmusprimogenitus et hres Nigelli de Molbray married [filiam] comitis de Arundel Agnetem who was mother of his two sons Willelmus comes tertius Sussexi confirmed the donation of "terram de Snergate, qu est de feodo de Bilsentone" made to Roberts Bridge Abbey by Adelici comitiss de Augo amit me, by undated charter, witnessed by Renerio de Aubenio, Willielmo de Albineio filio comitis.

The priority position of "Renerio de Aubenio" in the list of witnesses, before the confirmants own son, suggests that he may have been the senior surviving male representative of the family at the time.

They were restored to Earl William in , after which he was referred to as Earl of Arundel, bur Wymondham Priory).

Wilielmus comes Sussexi confirmed donations to Boxgrove Priory by his predecessors Rogerus de Albineio, et Willelmus Pincernaet Willielmi patris mei filii regin Aeliz, et Matildis matris me to Boxgrove Priory by undated charter, which names domina Avicia, uxor Rogeri de Albineioet filiorum suorum Willielmi et Nigelli .

The Fitz Alan family did not use the title Earl of Arundel until it was awarded to John's grandson, Richard Fitz Alan, in 1289 by King Edward I.