Gilbert de Umfraville (died 1245) was a 13th-century baron. Gilbert was the eldest son of Richard de Umfraville, Lord of Redesdale. He succeeded his father as Lord of Redesdale and Baron Prudhoe from November 1226 at his seat of Prudhoe Castle. He also had lands at Otterburn.
In 1228, he was summoned by Henry III to help with the Welsh 'Kerry' campaign. He and other barons were ordered to muster at Shrewsbury in preparation for aiding the English garrison at Montgomery Castle after they were attacked by forces led by Llywelyn ab Iorwerth.
Marriage and Issue
He married firstly Theophania de Balliol, daughter of Eustace de Balliol and Agnes de Percy.
- Gilbert, married Elizabeth Comyn, daughter of Alexander Comyn, Earl of Buchan, had issue. Died in 1308.
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