Alan de Dunstainville Lord of Idsall
- Born: Wiltshire, England
- Marriage: Unknown
- Died: Bef 1156, Idsall, Shropshire 947
Information about this person:
• Background Information. 947
Alan de Dunstanville was the son of Adeliza de L'Isle and Reginald de Dunstanville. Alan had no paternal inheritance, and obtained certain grants in Sussex and Shropshire. Alan's children succeeded his older brother, Robert, who died abtout 1168 without issue.
Alan seems to have held 8 Knights'-Fees in the Honor of Arundel, by favor of King Henry I, and before 1135. He was probaly the Lord of Idsall. In July 1141, Alan attested, at Oxford, a Charter which the Empress Maude granted to Haghmond Abbey. He granted to Wombridge Priory half a ferdendel. He further granted nine acres in Leia to Wombridge Priory, before 1156. Both of these grants were confirmed by a Bull of Pope Urban in 1187 as grants of Alan de Donstanvill [Wombridge Chartulary, Tit. Lega Prioris, No. XIV] This Alan de Dunstanville was deceased by 1156. He left at least two sons, Walter and Alan; and a daughter named Alice who married Thomas Basset.
~Antiquities of Shropshire, Vol. II, pp. 271, 272-273