- Sir Richard Fitz Gilbert (Richard de Clare) (1030–1091), m. Rohese Giffard (1034-aft. 1113)
- Baldwin FitzGilbert (d. 1090)
Through these sons Gilbert was ancestor of the English house of de Clare, of the Barons FitzWalter, and the Earls of Gloucester (see Earl of Gloucester) and Hertford (see Earl of Hertford).
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