Alix de Lusignan
- Born: Cir 1227
- Marriage: John de Warenne Earl of Warren & Surrey in Aug 1247 141
- Died: After 9 Feb 1256
Noted events in her life were:
• Background Information. 141
John de Warenne married, August 1247, Alice, the uterine sister of the King, being daughter of Hugh le Brun, comté la Brun, comté la Marche and Lord of Lusignan and Valence, by Isabel, widow of John, King of England, and daughter of Ademar, comté de Angoulême. She died 9 February 1255/6. The Earl died about Michaelmas 1304 at Kennington, near London, and was buried before the high altar at Lewes Priory.
~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, (Surry), Vol. XIIA pp. 506-507
• Web Reference: Charles Cawley's Medieval Lands, Alix de Lusignan.
Alix is named "Aelesia" by Matthew Paris when he records her visit to England in 1247 with her brothers to her uterine half-brother King Henry III and her subsequent marriage with "Johanni comiti Warenniæ adolescenti" [Matthew Paris, Vol. IV, 1247, pp. 627 and 629].
Alix married John de Warenne Earl of Warren & Surrey, son of William de Warenne Earl de Warren & Surrey and Maud Marshall, in Aug 1247.141 (John de Warenne Earl of Warren & Surrey was born in Aug 1231 in Lewes, Sussex, England,141 died in 1304 in Kensington, Middlesex, England 130 and was buried in 1304 in Lewes Priory, Lewes, Sussex 141.)