A general and heraldic dictionary of the peerages of England, Ireland, and Scotland, extinct, dormant, and in abeyance. England by John Burke, 1831
"The surname of Latimer is remarked from an old inquisition to have been attributed to Wrenoc, the son of Meirric, who held certain lands by service of being latimer, that is interpreter between the Welsh and English. Of this name, English history has since boasted of several distinguished personages. In the 2nd Richard I., William le Latimer paid one hundred shillings to have a trial at law with Geffry de Valoins, who had possessed himself of part of his park at Billenges, in the county of York."
|Offspring of William le Latimer of Corby and Alice Hansard (-1244)|
|William le Latimer, 1st Baron Latimer (-1305)||1243 England||5 December 1304 Corby, Northamptonshire, England||Alicia de Ledet (-c1316)|