Alice of Lusignan

Born [abt.1224] in Lusignan, Vienne, Poitou-Charentes, France
Died February 9, 1256 in Warren, Sussex, England

Parents are first cousins.
Half-sister to Henry III of England
In 1247, a year after her mother's death, Alice, her brothers, William, Aymer and Guy, accompanied the new papal legate William of Modena, the Cardinal Bishop of Sabina, to England.
Later that same year King Henry married her to John de Warenne, 7th Earl of Surrey. The marriage caused some resentment amongst the English nobility.
Died after giving birth to her only son.


John de Warenne in 1247 in/of Woodstock, Kent, England

Children of John and Alice de Warenne:

Siblings of Alice of Lusignan:

William de Valence, Agnes Agathe de Lusignan, Isabelle de Lusignan, Hugh XI d'Angouleme de Lusignan, Aymer de Valance, Guy de Lusignan, Geoffori de Lusignan, Marguerite de Lusignan

Half-siblings from mother's first marriage to King John of England:

Henry III of England, Richard, Earl of Cornwall, Joan of England, Isabella of England, Eleanor of England

      Hugh de Lusignan VIII
    Hugh de Lusignan IX Orengarde de Lusignan
      Guillaume Taillefer IV
  Hugh de Lusignan X Mathilde de Taillefer Emma de Limoges
Alice of Lusignan      
  Isabella d'Angouleme de Taillefer Aymer de Taillefer Guillaume de Taillefer IV
      Emma de Limoges
    Alice de Courtenay Pierre Capet of France
      Isabelle de Courtenay