Alice de Courcy
- Born: Abt 1167, Stogursey, Williton, Somerset, England
- Marriage: Sir Henry de Cornhill 130
~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, (Chart, "Lisle of Rougemont & Lisle of Kinston), Vol. VIII, between pages 48 & 49, Alice de Curcy, widow of Henry de Cornhil & daughter of William de Curcy III, married Warin Fitz Gerold. They were the parents of Margaret who married Baldwin de Reviers. 141
Noted events in her life were:
• Background Information. 234
The manor of Wethersfield was in the hands of William son of William de Curci who was a ward of the King. The elder William de Curci died in or about 1170, leaving his infant son, the second William de Curci. The younger William had a daughter and heir named Alice who married Henry de Cornhill as her first husband, and Warine Fitz Gerold, as her second. Alice brought the Wethersfield manor to marriage, and it was given to the Neville family by way of Joan, her daughter by her first husband. Joane married, about 1195, Hugh de Neville.
~ Transactions of the Essex of the Essex Archæological Society, vol. VIII, New Series, pp. 332-333
• Background Information. 1055
Sir Edward Dalingruge (brother of Walter Dalinguge), was the grandson and heir of John Dalingrage, of Dalingruge in Sussex, by Joan his wife, daughter and heir of Walter de la Lynde, of Bolebrake, by Joan his wife, aunt of one of the heirs of Philip de Nevile, and daughter of Hugh de Nevile, & (his wife a) daughter, and of of the heirs of Alice de Curcy, and Warren Fitzgerald, a Noble Baron, and Chamberlain to King John. And the said Alice de Curcy, was sister and heir of John de Curcy, Earl of Ulster, in Ireland, son and heir of William de Curcy, Baron of Stoke-Curcy, in the reigh of King Henry II, lineally descened from Richard de Curcy, a Noble Norman, living Anne 1090, in the time of Robert, second Duke of Normandy.
~ Collin's The Peerage of England, Vol. I, p. 510
Alice married Sir Henry de Cornhill, son of Gervaise de Cornhill and Agnes de Cornhill.141 (Sir Henry de Cornhill was born about 1153 in Bolebrook, East Grinstead, Sussex, England.)