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Descendants of William LE BLOUNT
Source:  Helen M. Blount Prescott.  1902.  Blount and Blunt.  Press of W.F. Roberts, Washington, DC.  This publication is not a book, but a pedigree chart (see this page for links to all sections of the chart).  Below, I have created an outline descendant chart, based on Prescott's pedigree chart, of the line from William LE BLOUNT.
1 William LE BLOUNT, "Dux Navium Militarium" to William the ConquerorA.
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...2 Sir ____ LE BLOUNT of Saxlingham, County Norfolk, time of Henry I.
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.....3 Sir William LE BLOUNT of Saxlingham, time of King Stephen.
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.......4 Sir William LE BLOUNT of Saxlingham, County Norfolk.
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.........5Maria LE BLOUNT1.
1sole daughter and heir of Sir William le Blount of Saxlingham, County Norfolk.  [This is the same Maria le Blount who married Sir Stephen le Blount, Lord of Saxlingham (her 4th cousin once removed).]
Correction:

AAll other sources I've seen bestow this naval honor on William's brother, Robert, who is often styled "Sir Robert 'the Admiral' le Blount."  See Burke's entry for these BLOUNTs posted to the BLOUNT Biographies Board (online at Ancestry.com) naming Robert as "Dux Navium Militarium."    The implication of this entry is that William (or Robert) LE BLOUNT must have accompanied William the Conqueror in 1066, but there is no proof that any BLOUNT accompanied him.  Please see this web page:

Companions of William the Conqueror in 1066

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