Seigneur of Fiennes and Tingry (Pas-de-Calais), and, in England, of Chokes and Gayton, Northamptonshire; Wendover, Buckinghamshire; Fyfield and Lambourne, Essex; etc.
He was slain at the Battle of Courtrai.
Son Robert isn't normally listed, but his existence is apparently attested at Ancestral File.
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On 17 Mar 2019 at 21:20 GMT Anonymous (Holland) Carroll wrote:
Enguerrand (or Ingram) De Fiennes, born in or before 1204. He married (1st) [?Iabeau] De Conde, daughter of Nicholas de Conde. They had two sons, Guillaume (or William) and Giles. He married (2nd) before 1257 Isabel _____, kinswoman of Queen Eleanor of Provence, wife of King Henry III of England. They had one daughter, Beatrice (wife of William de Mohun, Knt.).