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[KILP411] William FitzNorman (born c.1048, son of [LAME401] Norman de la Mare, see DE LA MARE NORMANDY), was granted Kilpeck in the Welsh Marches by King William I. At the Domesday Survey he held as tenant-in-chief Hopton Sellers, Munsley, Venn's Green and The Vern (in Herefordshire) and English Bicknor, Mitcheldean, Moorcroft and Taynton (in Gloucestershire). He built Kilpeck Castle (c.1080).
William died c.1128
[KILP421] Hugh Fitz Norman (born c.1103).
[KILP431] Henry (born c.1133), assumed the name Henry de Kilpek.
[KILP441] John de Kilpek (born c.1160).
[KILP451] Hugh de Kilpek, married Mazera.
[KILP462] Isabel de Kilpek (born c.1210, eldest daughter & coheir of Hugh), married [WALE471] Sir William Walerand (born c.1194, see WALERAND).