Around 25 Jul 1101 William Warenne 2nd Earl Surrey exiled at Normandy
On 28 Sep 1106 Henry "Beauclearc" I King England (38) defeated his older brother Robert Curthose Normandy III Duke Normandy (55) at the Battle of Tinchebray at Tinchebray. Henry's army was commanded by William Warenne 2nd Earl Surrey and Robert Beaumont-Roger 1st Earl Leicester, Count Meulan (66) . Elias La Flèche-De Baugency I Count Maine commanded the reserve. William "Brito aka Breton" Dalbini (20) , Alan Canhiart IV Duke Brittany (43) , Raoul Tosny (26) , William "Butler" Daubigny (42) , Robert Grandesmil (19) and William Normandy I Count Évreux fought for Henry. Robert Curthose Normandy III Duke Normandy (55) was captured and spent the next twenty-eight years in prison; never released. William Mortain Count Mortain, 2nd Earl Cornwall (22) was also captured and spent the next thirty or more years in prison before becoming a monk. Edgar "Aetheling" II King England (55) was captured and subsequently released; Henry had married to Edgar's niece Edith aka Matilda Dunkeld Queen Consort England (26) in 1100. Robert II Bellême 2nd Count Ponthieu, 3rd Earl Shrewsbury (50) escaped. Robert Stuteville was captured.
Before 1119 William Warenne 2nd Earl Surrey and Elizabeth Capet were married
On 11 May 1138 William Warenne 2nd Earl Surrey died