William de Luvetot Lord of Worksop
- Born: 1155, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
- Marriage: Maud Fitz Walter 141
- Died: Bef 1181, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England 141
~Weis' Ancestral Roots . . ., 8th Edition, 148A-27, William de Lovetot of Sheffield son of Richard de Luvetot and his first wife, Cecily de Brito, married Maud fitz Walter. 160
Information about this person:
• Background Information. 1005
The Monastery of St. Augustin at Worksop, was founded by the William Luvetot's grandfather also named William. The Luvotot family continued to be the benefactors to this Abbey. William's father, Richard, not only confirmed his father's gifts to the abbey, but added his part of the Church of Clavenburgh, and two bovats of Land in Herthwik. William's mother, Cecilia de Voetot also gave the Church of Dinisley in Hertforshire, which Pope Alexander III confirmed to the Convent.
William de Luvetot, son of Richard, gave and confirmed to them the Tithes of all his Rents, which he then had, or ever should have, and wherefoever on this side or beyond the Seas. William's son-in-law, Gerard de Furnival, also at the request of his wife, and William's daughter, Matilda de Luvetot, granted to the church of St. Mary and St. Cuthbert of Radford and the Canon there for the health of his soul and his wife's ancestors, and successors. Sir Gerard Furnival was buried in this Monastery.
~ Magna Britannia Antiqua & Nova : Nottinghamshire - Somersetshire, p.191
William married Maud Fitz Walter, daughter of Walter Fitz Robert and Maud de Lucy.141 (Maud Fitz Walter was born about 1161 in Little Dunmow, Essex, England. and died after 1196.)