St. Martin des Champs, Paris - Several very interesting families involved in benefaction here: Stephen of Aumale, son of Odo count of Champagne Robert de Vaux Robert Arundel William de Brus Baldwin de Redvers Stephen de Mandeville
The first Cluniac Priory in Britain
An illustration of the de Warenne lands at Lewes, East Sussex. In the foreground is the Priory of St. Pancras, the first Cluniac house in England. The layout of the town, and even the architecture of the priory, are very similar to that of Castle Acre Priory in Norfolk, built by William II de Warenne, son of the founder of St. Pancras.
Temple Church, London - The St Clair family of Herdmanston, the original line of our family in Scotland, received lands from Geoffrey de Mandeville who supported the Templars. He was made a Knight Templar on his deathbed and eventually buried on the grounds of Temple Church, London.
Savigny Abbey Haimo de St Clair and his brother William gave the land of Richard de Vilers to Savigny Abbey, with the assent of Stephen count of Mortain. Mathieu has recently suggested that his sister was Basilia, wife of Eudes de Dammartin.
William Marshal, 1st Earl of Pembroke " The greatest knight" he served under 2 kings and was a regent to a third it would be so interesting to hear his tales of medieval England