Alicia de Lexington
- Born: Abt 1195, Tuxford, East Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
- Marriage: Rowland de Sutton 1021
Noted events in her life were:
• Background Information. 1021
Rowland Sutton married Alice, the younger of the two daughter of Richard de Lexington and sister and coheiress of John de Lexington, Chief Justice of the Forests north of Trents, and of Henry de Lexington, Bishop of Lincoln.
By Alice, Rowland Sutton had issue William his heir, and Robert, to whom Robert Sutton, son of William, granted the manor of Aram by the service of two knights' fee. The elder Robert became the ancestor of the Suttons of Aram, Lords of Lexington.
"The Barons of Dudley," Collections for a History of Staffordshire, Vol. IX, p. 51
Alicia married Rowland de Sutton, son of Hervey de Sutton and Unknown.1021 (Rowland de Sutton was born in Nottinghamshire, England.)