Walter of Saint-Valéry

Walter of Saint-Valéry (d. after 1098), son of Bernard I of Saint-Valéry. Lord of Isleworth and Hampton in Middlesex, Creeting in Suffolk. Walter was a participant in the First Crusade, accompanying Robert of Normandy. He was present at the siege of Nicaea in 1097. He guarded Adhemar of Le Puy in the mountatins near the port of Simeon after finding what was thought to be the Holy Lance.

Walter married Hodierna of Montlhéry, daughter of Guy I of Montlhéry and Hodierna of Gometz. Walter and Hodierna had two sons:

Both Bernard II and Eudon took the cross and participated in the First Crusade. Bernard II was present with his father at the siege of Nicaea.


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