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Walter De Dunstanville

When Robert de Dunstanville died his property was inherited by his nephew Walter de Dunstanville, the son of his (probably older) brother Alan. Although Walter received some signs of favour from Richard I, his lands and those of a number of his associates were forfeited in 1194, the year in which Richard returned from captivity, suggesting that they may have been involved in Prince John's disloyalty. De Dunstanville resided at his home Betton Park, Shropshire.