William Trussebut Lord of Warter
- Marriage: Albreda de Harcourt
~Collins's Peerage of England, IV, p. 431, Rollo de Harcourt, who settled in England, and by his wife, Rosia, sister and coheir to William son of Pain Peverall, Lord of Brunne, and Standard-gearer to Tobert Curtois in the Holy Land, was father of an only child, Albreda, the wife of Sir William Tursbut, of Yorkshire. 927
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• Family Background. 1204
Hamon I owed £20 for scutage in 1160\1 and £10 in 1167\8, and owed £100 for a forest fine in 1176. He died in 1184 or 1185, leaving four daughters, of whom one was a nun, and a son Hamon. His widow was Maud, apparently a sister of William Mauduit. The younger Hamon was under age in 1185 and had taken a wife at the king's command. This was perhaps Agatha, daughter and co-heir of William Trusbut, a share of whose lands Hamon claimed in 1195.
~A History of the County of Buckingham, Vol. IV. pp. 505-509
William married Albreda de Harcourt, daughter of Rollo de Harcourt and Roesia Peverell.