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(see NORTHUMBRIA (SIWARD) EARLDOM for details of 1st Earl)
[NTHM331] Waltheof became 1st Earl of Northampton (1065-76) and 1st Earl of Huntingdon, when Tostig was banished.
(see HUNTINGDON (ST. LIZ) EARLDOM for further details)
[SLIZ361] Earl Simon of Huntingdon m. [NTHM342] Maud of Northumbria . [SLIZ372] Maud of Huntingdon m1. [NORQ431] Lord Robert of Little Dunmow . [SLIZ373] Maud of Huntingdon m2. [QUEN361] Saher I de Quency . [SLIZ375] Adelicia of Huntingdon m. [MAUD351] William III Mauduit of Hameslepe . [SLIZ371] Earl Simon of Huntingdon m. [BEAM377] Isabel of Leicester . . [SLIZ382] Isabel of Huntingdon m. [MAUD361] William IV of Hameslepe
[SLIZ361] Simon de St. Liz married (probably 1090) [NTHM349] Maud (eldest daughter of Earl Waltheof, see above) and thereby became 2nd Earl of Northampton (1090-1111). He was a benefactor to Daventry Priory, and probably built St. Sepulchre's, Northampton, (c.1108). Afterwards Maud married King David I of Scotland (see below).
[SLIZ371] Simon de St. Liz (born c.1098, son of Simon), 5th Earl of Northampton (1138-53), married [BEAM377] Isabel (born c.1121, daughter of Robert (see LEICESTER (BEAUMONT) EARLDOM).
(see KINGS OF SCOTLAND (HOUSE OF DUNKELD) for details of 3rd Earl)
[CANM431] King David I married (1113) [NTHM349] Maud, widow of Simon de St. Liz (see above), and became 3rd Earl of Huntingdon (1111-36).