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Fairfield royal ancestry

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For those of you who trace your ancestry to Walter Fairfield of Reading and Wareham, MA who Sarah Skipper, here is her royal ancestry. Sources are at the end. Hope this helps.


First Generation

1 Sarah SKIPPER. Born in 1639/40 in Lynn, Essex Co., Mass.[28, p 330] Sarah died in Wenham, Essex Co., Mass

on 18 Dec 1711, she was 72.[28, p 330]

On 28 Dec 1654 when Sarah was 15, she married Walter FAIRFIELD, in Reading/Wenham, MA.[34, p 257]

They had the following children:
i. Sarah (1655-1742)
ii. Samuel (1658-1660)
iii. Samuel (1660-1661)
iv. William (1662-1742)
v. Benjamin (1664-1668)
vi. Joseph (1665-1665)
vii. Elizabeth[179, Vol VI, pp 1, 3] (1666-1737)
viii. Tabitha (1669-1718)
ix. Walter (1672-1756)
x. Mary (1674-)
xi. Abigail (1676-1718)
xii. Prudence (1680-1737)
xiii. Nathaniel (1682-1771)
xiv. Skipper (1686-1694)

Second Generation

2 Reverend William SKEPPER.[37, Vol. 29, No. 3, pp 129-139] Born on 27 Mar 1597 in Boston, Lincolnshire,

England.[28, p 329] baptism date. William died in Boston, Mass. ca 1650, he was 52. Member of the clergy.

aka Skipper

entry in the Cambridge University Alumni, 1261-1900 (online at
Adm. pens. at SIDNEY, July 8, 1612. Probably s. of Edward, of East Kirkby,
Lincs., gent. Matric. 1614; B.A. 1617-8. R. of Thorpe-by-Wain-fleet,
Lincs., 1630. (Lincs. Pedigrees, 884.)

Renia Simmonds <>

On 17 Jan 1638/39 when William was 40, he married Sarah FISHER, in Boston, Lincolnshire, England.[28, p


They had the following children:
i. Elizabeth (~1626->1671)
ii. Mary (Died as Child) (1629-)
iii. John (1631-1632)
iv. Theophilus (1631-1632)
v. Theophilus (1632->1646)
vi. Jane (1634->1682)
vii. Katherine (~1638-1709)
1 viii. Sarah (1639-1711)

3 Sarah FISHER. Born on 11 May 1617 in Boston, Lincolnshire, England. Sarah died in Essex Co., MA.

Third Generation

4 Edward SKIPPER.[28, pp 251-252] Born abt 1552 in East Kirby, Lincolnshire, England.[28, p 329],[182]

Edward died in East Kirby, Lincolnshire, England on 10 Nov 1629, he was 77. Buried in East Kirkby Church,

Lincolnshire, England.[28, p 329]

On 11 Apr 1592 when Edward was 40, he married Mary ROBINSON[37, vol 20 pp 79-85],[37, vol 69 p 138], in

Boston, Lincolnshire, England.

They had the following children:
2 i. William (1597-ca1650)
ii. Richard (1590-~1634)
iii. Lucy (1589-)
iv. Elizabeth (~1593-)
v. John (1595-1638)
vi. Mary (~1599-)
vii. Jane (1601-1602)

5 Mary ROBINSON.[37, vol 20 pp 79-85],[37, vol 69 p 138] Mary died aft 1630.[28, p 329]

6 Richard FISHER.

Richard married Agnes Ann WHITE.

They had one child:
3 i. Sarah (1617-)

7 Agnes Ann WHITE.

Fourth Generation

8 Richard SKEPPER.[28, p. 251] Born ca 1495 in East Kirby, Lincolnshire, England.[28, p 329] Richard died in

East Kirby, Lincolnshire, England aft 26 May 1556, he was 61.[28, p 329] will dated 26 May 1556.

aft 4 Feb 1550 when Richard was 55, he married Joan LEGARD[37, v. 69, pp. 129-139], in East Kirby,

Lincolnshire, England.[28, p 329] date of marraige settlement.

They had the following children:
4 i. Edward (~1552-1629)
ii. Bridget (1551-1617)
iii. Thomas (1553-)
iv. George (1555-1607)

9 Joan LEGARD.[37, v. 69, pp. 129-139] Born abt 1530.[28, p 329] Joan died aft 7 Mar 1585, she was 55.[28,

p 329] named in second husband's will of this date.

Fifth Generation

16 Richard SKEPPER. Born in 1470 in East Kirby, Lincolnshire, England.[183] Richard died in East Kirby,

Lincolnshire, England in 1557, he was 87.

In 1494 when Richard was 24, he married Audrie GRYNNE, in East Kirby, Lincolnshire, England.[28, p 329]

They had one child:
8 i. Richard (ca1495->1556)

17 Audrie GRYNNE. Born ca 1472.

18 Ralph LEGARD. Born ca 1490.[28, p 329] Ralph died on 30 Jun 1540, he was 50.[28, p 328]

abt 1520 when Ralph was 30, he married Isabel HILDYARD[28, p 328],[37, vol 69, p 137].[28, p 328]

They had the following children:
9 i. Joan (~1530->1585)
ii. Christopher

19 Isabel HILDYARD.[28, p 328],[37, vol 69, p 137] Born abt 1498.[28, p 329] Isabel died aft 10 Jul 1540,

she was 42.[28, p 329]

Sixth Generation

34 Ralph GRYNNE.

Ralph married Alicia SYLKESTON.

They had one child:
17 i. Audrie (ca1472-)

35 Alicia SYLKESTON.

36 Robert LEGARD. Born in Anlaby, East Riding, York, England.[28, p 329]

Robert married Joan HALDENBY.

They had one child:
18 i. Ralph (ca1490-1540)


38 Sir Peter (Piers) HILDYARD. Born abt 1460 in of Winestead, Holderness, East Riding, York England. Peter

(Piers) died on 29 Mar 1501/02, he was 41.[28, p 328] Residence: Winestead, Holderness, East Riding, York

England.[28, p 328]

Will: Will dated 14 March 1501/02 names wife Joan, son Richard, and seven unnamed, unmarried daughters.[28, p


Peter (Piers) married Joan DE LA SEE (DE LACEY)[28, p. 251].

They had the following children:
19 i. Isabel (~1498->1540)
ii. Christopher (1490-1538)
iii. Richard

39 Joan DE LA SEE (DE LACEY).[28, p. 251] Joan died aft 20 Jul 1527.[28, p 328] will dated 20 July 1527,

proved 7 April 1528: bequeathed 20 shillings to her "doughtour Legerde".

Seventh Generation

70 Robert SYLKESTON.

35 i. Alicia

74 Robert HALDENBY.[28, p 329]

37 i. Joan

76 Sir Robert HILDYARD.[467, pp 129-139],[28, p 328] Born abt 1435 in Winestead, Holderness, Yorkshire,

England.[28, p 328] Robert died in Yorkshire, England on 21 May 1501, he was 66.[28, p 328] Occupation:

knighted "on the field of Selford" by Earl of Northumberland on 22 August 1482.[28, p 328] Alias/AKA: Robin

of Riddlesdale [or Redesdale].[28, p 328],[584, p 147] Residence: Winestead, West Riding, co. York,

England.[28, p 328]

Identified by Rev. William Betham as the "mysterious" Robin of Redesdale", a prominent player in the War of

the Roses.[585, vol 2, p 67]

Robert married Elizabeth HASTINGS, in Yorkshire, England.

They had the following children:
38 i. Peter (Piers) (~1460-1501)
ii. Katherine

77 Elizabeth HASTINGS. Born bef 1440.[28, p 328]

78 Martin DE LA SEE (DE LACEY).[28, pp. 250-251] Born abt 1420 in England. Martin died in Barnston, York,

England in 1494, he was 74. died between 20 November and 15 December 1494.

Martin married Elizabeth WENTWORTH[28, pp 250-251].

They had the following children:
39 i. Joan (->1527)
ii. Elizabeth
iii. Martin (Martyn)[330]

79 Elizabeth WENTWORTH.[28, pp 250-251]

Eighth Generation

152 Sir Robert HILDYARD. Born in Winestead, Humberside, Yorkshire, England.[28, p 329] Robert died in


Robert married Catherine DE LA HAYE.

They had one child:
76 i. Robert (~1435-1501)

153 Catherine DE LA HAYE.

154 John HASTINGS 9th Lord Hastings.[28] Born abt 1411. John died in Elsing on 9 Apr 1477, he was 66.[124,

vol 6, p 361] Buried in Gressenhall Church. Occupation: Constable of castle and gaol of Norwich (appointed by

Henry VI on 11 June 1441, for life, with salary of £20 per year).[124, vol 6, p 360]

aft 21 Apr 1434 when John was 23, he married Anne MORLEY.[124, Vol 6, p 360]

They had the following children:
77 i. Elizabeth (<1440-)
ii. Anne
iii. Hugh (~1447-1488)

155 Anne MORLEY. Anne died in 1471.[124, vol 6, p 360] will dated 3 May 1464, mentioning son-in-law John

Hastyng and daughter Anne. Buried in Gressenhall Church.[124, vol 6, p 361]

158 Sir Philip WENTWORTH. Born abt 1424 in Nettlestead, Suffolk, England.[28, p 328] Philip died in

Middlehan, York, England on 18 May 1464, he was 40.[28, p 173] beheaded after battle of Hexham. Occupation:

Sheriff of Norfolk.[28, p 173]

Philip married Mary DE CLIFFORD[28, p. 129].

They had the following children:
79 i. Elizabeth
ii. Henry (~1448->1499)

159 Mary DE CLIFFORD.[28, p. 129] Born in 1404. Buried in Friars Minor, Ipswich, England.[28, p 173]

Ninth Generation

304 Robert HILDYARD Lord Winestead. Robert died in Scalby, Yorkshire, England.

Robert married Isabel HILTON.

They had one child:
152 i. Robert

305 Isabel HILTON.

306 Thomas DE LA HAYE. Born in of Spaldington, East Riding, York, England.[28, p 328]

153 i. Catherine

308 Sir Edward HASTINGS 8th Lord Hastings.[28] Born on 21 May 1382 in Fenwick, York, England.[124, vol 6, p

358] baptism date. Edward died on 6 Jan 1437, he was 54.[124, vol 6, p 359]

Edward married Muriel DE DINHAM[28].

They had one child:
154 i. John (~1411-1477)

309 Muriel DE DINHAM.[28]

310 Lord Thomas MORLEY 5th Lord Morley.[124, vol 9, pp 218-219]

Thomas married Isabel DE LA POLE.

They had one child:
155 i. Anne (-1471)

311 Isabel DE LA POLE.

316 Sir Roger WENTWORTH. Born in North Elmsell, Yorkshire, England. Roger died aft 5 Jun 1452.[3, line


On 25 Jun 1423 Roger married Margery LE DESPENCER[3, line 200-36],[124, vol 4 pp 291-292], in Hemingborough,

York, England.[124, vol 4, p 291]

They had the following children:
i. Agnes (ca1414-1450)
ii. Margaret (ca1422-)
158 iii. Philip (~1424-1464)
iv. Henry (ca1426-1482)

317 Margery LE DESPENCER.[3, line 200-36],[124, vol 4 pp 291-292] Born ca 1397 in Nettlestead, England.[124,

vol 4, p 291] aged 24 or 26 at her father's death. Margery died on 20 Apr 1478, she was 81.[124, vol 4, p


318 Sheriff of Westmorland John DE CLIFFORD 7th Lord Clifford. Born abt 1388. John died in Meaux, France on

13 Mar 1421/22, he was 33.

In 1403 when John was 15, he married Elizabeth PERCY[28, p. 179].

They had the following children:
159 i. Mary (1404-)
ii. Thomas (1414-1455)

319 Elizabeth PERCY.[28, p. 179] Elizabeth died on 26 Oct 1437.

Tenth Generation

608 Robert HILDYARD. Born in Ruston, Yorkshire, England. Robert died aft 1405.

304 i. Robert

616 Sir Hugh HASTINGS.[467],[28] Hugh died on 6 Nov 1386 in Spain.[124, vol 6, p 356, note (b)]

bef 1 Nov 1376 Hugh married Anne LE DESPENCER[28].[124, vol 6, p 356]

They had the following children:
308 i. Edward (1382-1437)
ii. Margaret
iii. Hugh (-1396)

617 Anne LE DESPENCER.[28] Anne died on 30 Oct 1426.[124, vol 6, p 356]

618 Sir John DE DINHAM. Born in of Hartland, Devon, England.[124, vol 6, p 359]

309 i. Muriel

622 Michael DE LA POLE 6th Earl of Suffolk.[124, vol 6, p 360; vol 12, pp 441-442] Born bef 1367.[124, vol

12, p 441] Michael died in seige of Harfleur on 18 Sep 1415, he was 48.[124, vol 12, p 442] Buried in

Wingfield, England. Occupation: knighted at coronation of King Richard II, 15 July 1377.

aft 13 Apr 1382 when Michael was 15, he married Katherine DE STAFFORD.[124, vol 12, p 442]

They had the following children:
311 i. Isabel
ii. Michael (~1394-1415)
iii. William (1396-1450)

623 Katherine DE STAFFORD. Katherine died on 8 Apr 1419.[124, vol 12, p 442] Buried in Wingfield, England.


John married Agnes DRONSFIELD.

They had one child:
316 i. Roger (->1452)


634 Philip LE DESPENCER. Born ca 1365 in Suffolk, England.[3, line 200-35],[124, vol 4, p 290] or born in

Nettlestead, Gloucester, England. Philip died on 20 Jun 1424, he was 59.

Philip married Elizabeth DE TIBETOT.

They had one child:
317 i. Margery (ca1397-1478)

635 Elizabeth DE TIBETOT. Born ca 1371 in Nettlestead, Gloucester, England.[3, line 200-35] Elizabeth died

bef Jun 1424, she was 53. Buried in Church of the Grey Friars, Ipswich, England.

636 Thomas DE CLIFFORD 6th Lord Clifford. Born abt 1363.[124, vol 3, p 292] aged 26 at his father's death.

Thomas died in Spruce, Germany on 18 Aug 1391, he was 28.[124, vol 3, p 292] Occupation: Sheriff of

Westmorland; Governor of Carlisle Castle.[3, line 26-33]

Thomas married Elizabeth DE ROS.

They had the following children:
318 i. John (~1388-1421)
ii. Maud (-1446)

637 Elizabeth DE ROS. Elizabeth died in 1424.[3, line 89-33]

638 Sir Henry PERCY "Hotspur". Born on 20 May 1364. Henry died in Shrewsbury, England on 21 Jul 1403, he was

39.[124, Vol 9, p 714] Buried in Whitchurch. disinterred, his head sent to York, and his quarters to London,

Newcastle, Bristol and Chester, and then sent to his widow.

bef 10 Dec 1379 when Henry was 15, he married Elizabeth MORTIMER[28, p. 148-149].[3, line 19-32]

They had the following children:
319 i. Elizabeth (-1437)
ii. Henry (1393-1455)
iii. Matilda

639 Elizabeth MORTIMER.[28, p. 148-149] Born on 12 Feb 1370 in Monmouth, England. Elizabeth died on 20 Apr

1417, she was 47. Buried in Trotton, Sussex, England.

Eleventh Generation

1216 Peter HILDYARD. Born bef 1336 in Arnold, Yorkshire, England.

Peter married Matilda.

They had one child:
608 i. Robert (->1405)

1217 Matilda.

1232 Sir Hugh HASTINGS. Hugh died in 1369.[124, vol 6, p 355, note (e)] Buried in Friar's Church, Doncaster,


Hugh married Margaret DE EVERINGHAM.

They had one child:
616 i. Hugh (-1386)

1233 Margaret DE EVERINGHAM. Margaret died aft 25 Nov 1375.[124, vol 6, p 355, note (h)] will dated 25

November 1375.

1234 Edward LE DESPENCER 4th Lord Despenser. Born abt 24 Mar 1335 in Essendine, Rutland, England.[124,

vol.IV, pp.274-278] Edward died in Llanblethian, Glamorgan, Wales on 11 Nov 1375, he was 40. Buried in

Tewkesbury Abbey, Gloucester, England. Occupation: Lord of Glamorgan and Morgannwg.[124, vol 6, p 356]

bef 2 Aug 1354 when Edward was 19, he married Elizabeth DE BURGHERSH.

They had the following children:
i. Elizabeth (~1365-1408)
ii. Thomas[198] (1373-1400)
617 iii. Anne (-1426)
iv. Margaret (-1415)
v. Edward (Died as Child)
vi. Hugh (Died as Child)
vii. Cecily (Died as Child)

1235 Elizabeth DE BURGHERSH. Born abt 1342.[124, vol 2, p 427] Elizabeth died on 26 Jul 1409, she was

67.[28, p 328] Buried in Tewkesbury Abbey, Gloucester, England.

1244 Sir Michael DE LA POLE 5th Earl of Suffolk. Born abt 1320.[124, vol 12, p 437] Michael died on 5 Sep

1389, he was 69.[124, vol 12, p 440] Buried in Church of the Carthusians, Kingston-upon-Hull. Occupation:

knighted before 16 November 1353.[124, vol 12, p 437]

bef 18 Oct 1361 when Michael was 41, he married Katherine WINGFIELD.[124, vol 12, p 440, note (b)]

They had the following children:
622 i. Michael (<1367-1415)
ii. Thomas (-1430)

1245 Katherine WINGFIELD. Born abt 1349.[124, vol 12, p 440, note (d)] aged 26 in 1375 in her mother's will.

Katherine died bef 1 Oct 1386, she was 37.[124, vol 12, p 440] Buried in Church of the Carthusians,


1246 Hugh DE STAFFORD 2nd Earl of Stafford. Born abt 1342.[3, line 10-32] Hugh died on 6 Oct 1386, he was

44.[3, line 10-32] Occupation: Member of Parliament, 1371; 2nd Earl of Stafford, 3rd Earl Stafford, Lord

Audley.[3, line 10-32]

bef 1 Mar 1351 when Hugh was 9, he married Philippe DE BEAUCHAMP.

They had the following children:
623 i. Katherine (-1419)
ii. Margaret (<1364-1396)
iii. Edmund (1378-1403)
iv. Thomas (-1392)

1247 Philippe DE BEAUCHAMP. Philippe died bef 6 Apr 1386.[28, p 339]

1268 Phillip LE DESPENCER.[124, vol 4, pp 288-290] Born on 18 Oct 1342 in Gedney, Lincolnshire, England.

baptismal date. Phillip died in Goxhill, Yorkshire, England on 4 Aug 1401, he was 58.

Phillip married Elizabeth DE TIBETOT.

They had one child:
634 i. Philip (ca1365-1424)

1269 Elizabeth DE TIBETOT. Elizabeth died bef 1401.[3, line 200-35] Buried in Newhouse Abbey, Lincolnshire,


1270 Sir Robert DE TIBETOT 3rd Lord Tibetot.[3] Born in 1341 in Nettlestead, Suffolk, England.[3, line

65A-35] Robert died on 13 Apr 1372, he was 31.

On 13 Apr 1372 when Robert was 31, he married Margaret DEINCOURT.

They had the following children:
635 i. Elizabeth (ca1371-<1424)
ii. Margaret (ca1366-ca1431)

1271 Margaret DEINCOURT. Born ca 1324. Margaret died on 2 Apr 1380, she was 56.[3, line 200-34]

1272 Roger DE CLIFFORD 5th Lord Clifford. Born on 10 Jul 1333.[124, vol 3, p 292] Roger died on 13 Jul 1389,

he was 56.[3, p 26 line 32] Occupation: Sheriff of Westmorland.[124, vol 3, p 292]

Roger married Maud DE BEAUCHAMP.

They had the following children:
636 i. Thomas (~1363-1391)
ii. Philippa (->1405)

1273 Maud DE BEAUCHAMP. Maud died in 1402.[124, vol 3, p 292]

1274 Thomas DE ROS 4th Lord Ros of Helmesly. Born on 13 Jan 1336 in Stoke Albany, Northampton, England.[124,

vol 11, p 100] Thomas died in Uffington, Lincolnshire, England on 8 Jun 1384, he was 48.[124, vol 11, p 101]

Alias/AKA: Roos.

Research: Thomas, Lord Roos, from whom descended the Lords of Ros, whose heir general, Thomas Manners, Lord

de Ros, was created Earl of Rutland, June 18, 1525

aft 1 Jan 1358 when Thomas was 21, he married Lady Beatrix DE STAFFORD.[124, vol 11, p 101]

They had the following children:
i. John (~1364-1393)
ii. William
637 iii. Elizabeth (-1424)
iv. Margaret

1275 Lady Beatrix DE STAFFORD. Beatrix died in Apr 1415.[124, vol 11, p 101] Alias/AKA: Beatrice.

1276 Marshall of England Henry PERCY Earl of Northumberland. Born on 10 Nov 1341.[3, line 19-31] Henry died

in Bramham Moor, Tadcaster, Yorkshire, England on 19 Feb 1407, he was 65.[124, Vol 1, p 150; Vol 10, p 464;

Vol 9, p 708] He was slain and decapitated at the Battle of Bramham Moor, his head was set up on London

Bridge, and his quarters sent to London, Lincoln, Berwick and Newcastle. Buried on 2 Jul 1408 in York

Minster, England. Occupation: 4th Lord of Percy, 1st Earl of Northumberland, Lord Marshall of England.

On 12 Jul 1358 when Henry was 16, he married Margaret NEVILLE, in Brancepeth, Berwick, England.

They had one child:
638 i. Henry (1364-1403)

1277 Margaret NEVILLE. Born in Raby, Durham, England. Margaret died in May 1372.[3, line 19-31]

1278 Edmund MORTIMER 3rd Earl of March. Born on 1 Feb 1351/52 in Bacon, Wales. Edmund died in Eltham Palace,

Cork, Ireland on 27 Dec 1381, he was 30. Buried in Wigmore Abbey, co. Herefore, England.[28, p 287]

In May 1368 when Edmund was 17, he married Phillippe (Philippa) OF CLARENCE (PLANTAGENET) Countess of

Ulster[28, pp 231-232], in Queen's Chapel, Reading Abbey, Berkshire, England.

They had the following children:
639 i. Elizabeth (1370-1417)
ii. Roger (1374-1398)
iii. Philippa (1375-1401)
iv. Edmund (1376-1409)
v. John (-1424)

1279 Phillippe (Philippa) OF CLARENCE (PLANTAGENET) Countess of Ulster.[28, pp 231-232] Born on 16 Aug 1355

in Eltham Palace, Kent, England. Phillippe (Philippa) died on 1 Jan 1382, she was 26. Buried in Wigmore,

Herefordshire, England.

Twelfth Generation

2432 John HILDYARD Lord of Normanby. Born in Arnold & Preston, Yorkshire, England. John died bef 1373.

John married Catherine, in Ruston, Yorkshire, England.

They had one child:
1216 i. Peter (<1336-)

2433 Catherine.

2464 Sir Hugh HASTINGS. Born abt 1310.[124, vol 6, p 352] aged 24 at his father's death. Hugh died on 29 Jul

1347, he was 37.[124, vol 6, p 353] Buried in Elsing Church, Norfolk, England.[124, vol 6, p 353]

bef 18 May 1330 when Hugh was 20, he married Margery FOLIOT.

They had the following children:
1232 i. Hugh (-1369)
ii. John (-1393)

2465 Margery FOLIOT. Born abt 1312.[124, vol 6, p 354] aged 12 or 13 in 1325. Margery died on 8 Aug 1349,

she was 37. Buried on 30 Aug 1349 in Furnivalle Chapel, Church of Friars Minor, Doncaster, England.[124, vol

6, p 354, note (d)]

2466 Adam DE EVERINGHAM.[330, year 1612]

1233 i. Margaret (->1375)

2468 Edward LE DESPENCER. Born in Buckland, Buckinghamshire, England. Edward died on 30 Sep 1342.[124]

On 20 Apr 1335 Edward married Anne DE FERRERS of Groby[28, p 328],[124, vol 4, p 275].

They had the following children:
1234 i. Edward (~1335-1375)
ii. Hugh[124]
iii. Henry[297] (1341-1406)

2469 Anne DE FERRERS of Groby.[28, p 328],[124, vol 4, p 275]

2470 Sir Bartholomew DE BURGHERSH 4th Lord Burghersh. Born bef 1329.[124, Vol 2, p 426 (aged "26 and more"

on his father's death in 1355)] Bartholomew died on 5 Apr 1369, he was 40.[124, Vol 2, p 426-427] Buried in

Walsingham, England. Occupation: Knight of the Garter, 23 April 1349.[3, line 70-34]

bef 10 May 1335 when Bartholomew was 6, he married Cecily DE WAYLAND.[124, Vol 2, p 427]

They had one child:
1235 i. Elizabeth (~1342-1409)

2471 Cecily DE WAYLAND. Cecily died aft 1354.[124, Vol 2, p 427 (citing "Calendar of Papal Letters, Vol III,

pp 528, 537)]

2488 William DE LA POLE. William died on 21 Jun 1366.[124, vol 12, pp 436-437] Buried in Trinity Church,

Kingston-upon-Hull. Occupation: Mayor of Hull, 1333; Wool merchant in Hull.[124, vol 12/1, p 435]

William married Katherine.[124, vol 12, p 436, note (m)] wife's last name not known.

They had one child:
1244 i. Michael (~1320-1389)

2489 Katherine. Katherine died on 28 Jan 1381.[124, vol 12, p 437] Buried in church choir of St. Michael,

Kingson-upon-Hull, England.[124, vol 12/1, p 437, note (e)]

2490 Sir John WINGFIELD.

John married Eleanor DE GLANVILLE.

They had one child:
1245 i. Katherine (~1349-<1386)

2491 Eleanor DE GLANVILLE.

2492 Sir Ralph DE STAFFORD 1st Earl of Stafford. Born on 24 Sep 1301.[3, line 55-32] Ralph died on 31 Aug

1372, he was 70.[198]

bef 6 Jul 1336 when Ralph was 34, he married Baroness Margaret DE AUDLEY[198].[3, line 55-32]

They had the following children:
i. Katherine (1347-1361)
ii. Ralph
1275 iii. Beatrix (-1415)
1246 iv. Hugh (~1342-1386)
v. Joan (-<1397)
vi. Elizabeth (-1375)

2493 Baroness Margaret DE AUDLEY.[198] Margaret died in 1349.[218, line 28-6]

2494 Thomas BEAUCHAMP 11th Earl of Warwick. Born abt 14 Feb 1312 in Warwick Castle, England. Thomas died in

Calais, Pas-de-Calais, France on 16 Nov 1369, he was 57.

Thomas married Katherine DE MORTIMER.

They had the following children:
i. Thomas (<1339-1401)
ii. William (-1411)
1273 iii. Maud (-1402)
1247 iv. Philippe (-<1386)

2495 Katherine DE MORTIMER. Katherine died aft 4 Aug 1369.

2536 Lord Philip LE DESPENCER. Born on 6 Apr 1313 in Lincolnshire, England. Philip died in Aug 1349, he was

36. Occupation: Lord of Camoy's Manor in Toppesfield, Essex, England.[3, p 74]

Philip married Joan DE COBHAM.

They had the following children:
1268 i. Phillip (1342-1401)
ii. Hawise (ca1345-1414)

2537 Joan DE COBHAM. Born in 1329. Joan died ca 15 May 1357, she was 28.

2540 Sir John DE TIBETOT (TIPTOFT) 2nd Baron Tiptoft. Born on 20 Jul 1313. John died on 13 Apr 1367, he was

53.[3, line 65A-34]

bef 24 Jul 1337 when John was 24, he married Margaret DE BADLESMERE[124, vol I pp 371-373].[3, line 65A-34]

They had one child:
1270 i. Robert (1341-1372)

2541 Margaret DE BADLESMERE.[124, vol I pp 371-373] Margaret died ca 1345.

2542 William DEINCOURT 2nd Lord Deincourt. Born bef 1300.[124, vol 4, p 120] William died on 2 Jun 1364, he

was 64.[3, line 200-32; 65A-35]

William married Milicent LA ZOUCHE.

They had the following children:
1271 i. Margaret (ca1324-1380)
ii. William

2543 Milicent LA ZOUCHE. Milicent died on 22 Jun 1379.[3, line 200-32]

2544 Robert DE CLIFFORD 3rd Lord Clifford. Born on 5 Nov 1305 in Clifford Castle.[124, vol 3, p 291] Robert

died on 20 May 1344, he was 38.[3, line 82-33]

In Jun 1328 when Robert was 22, he married Isabel DE BERKELEY, in Berkeley Castle.[124, vol 3, p 291]

They had the following children:
1272 i. Roger (1333-1389)
ii. Robert (~1328-<1345)

2545 Isabel DE BERKELEY. Isabel died on 25 Jul 1362.[3, line 26-31],[124, vol 3, p 291]

2546 same as ahnentafel number 2494

2547 same as ahnentafel number 2495

2548 William DE ROS 2nd Lord Ros. Born in 1290. William died on 3 Feb 1342, he was 52.[124, vol 11, p 99]

Buried in Kirkham, England. Occupation: Member of Parliament, 1317-1340; Sheriff of Yorkshire, 1326.[3, line


bef 25 Nov 1316 when William was 26, he married Margery DE BADLESMERE[124, vol I pp 371-373].[124, vol 11, p


They had the following children:
i. Maud
1274 ii. Thomas (1336-1384)
iii. William (1329-1352)
iv. Elizabeth (->1380)
v. Alice

2549 Margery DE BADLESMERE.[124, vol I pp 371-373] Born in 1306. aged 32 in 1338. Margery died bef 18 Oct

1363, she was 57.[124, vol 11, p 99]

2550 same as ahnentafel number 2492

2551 same as ahnentafel number 2493

2552 Henry DE PERCY 3rd Baron Percy. Born abt 1320. Henry died abt 18 May 1368, he was 48.[124, Vol 10, p


In Sep 1334 when Henry was 14, he married Mary PLANTAGENET, in Tutbury Castle.

They had the following children:
1276 i. Henry (1341-1407)
ii. Thomas (~1344-)
iii. Mary (1360-)

2553 Mary PLANTAGENET. Born in 1321. Mary died on 1 Sep 1362, she was 41.[3, line 19-30] Buried in Alnwick,

Northumberland, England.[124, Vol 7, p 401, note "b"]

2554 Ralph DE NEVILLE 4th Baron Neville of Raby. Born in 1291. Ralph died in 1367, he was 76.[3, line 186-5]

Occupation: 2nd Lord Neville.

Ralph married Alice D'AUDLEY.

They had the following children:
1277 i. Margaret (-1372)
ii. Eufeme (-1393)
iii. John (~1327-1388)

2555 Alice D'AUDLEY. Born in Stratton, Audley, England. Alice died on 12 Jan 1373.[3, line 207-32]

2556 Sir Roger MORTIMER 2nd Earl of March.[124] Born on 11 Nov 1328 in Ludlow, Shropshire, England.[3, line

29-33] Roger died in Rouvray, Cote-d'Or, France on 26 Feb 1359, he was 30.[3]

Roger married Philppa MONTACUTE (MONTAGU).

They had the following children:
1278 i. Edmund (1351-1381)
ii. Margaret (-<1405)

2557 Philppa MONTACUTE (MONTAGU). Born abt 1332. Philppa died on 5 Jan 1382, she was 50.[3, line 29-33]

2558 Lionel PLANTAGENET Duke of Clarence.[28, p. 231] Born on 29 Nov 1338 in Antwerp, Belgium. Lionel died in

Alba Piedmont, Italy on 17 Oct 1368, he was 29. Buried in Clare, co. Suffolk, England.

On 9 Sep 1342 when Lionel was 3, he married Elizabeth DE BURGH, in Tower of London, England.[3, line

5-31],[124, vol 9, p 714]

They had one child:
1279 i. Phillippe (Philippa) (1355-1382)

2559 Elizabeth DE BURGH. Born on 6 Jul 1332 in Carrickfergus Castle, Ireland.[28, p 287] Elizabeth died in

Dublin, Ireland on 10 Dec 1363, she was 31.[124, vol 7, p 173]

Thirteenth Generation

4864 Robert HILDYARD Lord of Normanby.

Robert married Alice DAUBENEY.

They had one child:
2432 i. John (-<1373)

4865 Alice DAUBENEY.

4928 Sir John HASTINGS 1st Lord Hastings. Born on 6 May 1262 in Allesley, Warwick, England.[124, vol 6, p

346] John died on 10 Feb 1313, he was 50.[124, vol 6, p 348]

John married Isabel LE DESPENCER.

They had the following children:
2464 i. Hugh (~1310-1347)
ii. Thomas (-1332)

4929 Isabel LE DESPENCER. Isabel died on 4 Dec 1334.[124, vol 6, p 349]

4930 Richard FOLIOT Lord Breouse. Born in of Gressenhall and Weasenham, Norfolk, England. Occupation: Lord of

Bramber and Gower.[124, vol 6, p 353]

2465 i. Margery (~1312-1349)

4936 2nd Earl Hugh LE DESPENCER "The Younger".[3],[124, vol.IV, pp.267-271],[9, pp 595-597],[246],[28] Born

in 1290. Hugh died in Hereford, England on 29 Nov 1326, he was 36.[246],[124, vol 4, pp 269-270] hanged and

quartered. Buried in Tewkesbury Abbey, Gloucester, England. Occupation: 2nd Lord de Despenser.

A supporter of the king against the barons, he fought under Edward I, for whom he secured a papal release

from an oath to refrain from excessive taxation. When the barons forced Edward's son and successor, Edward

II, to banish his favorite, Piers Gaveston, le Despenser supported Gaveston and in 1312 succeeded him as the

royal favorite. Edward II made him Earlof Winchester in 1322, and le Despenser, together with his son, Hugh,

acquired vast wealth. The barons established a coalition to challenge Edward II and le Despenser, and open

warfare broke out between the king and the barons. At the battle of Boroughbridge in 1322, the king's forces

defeated the coalition. The elder le Despenser became virtual ruler of England, instituted several important

administrative reforms, and concluded peace with Scotland in 1323. In 1326 Isabella, queen consort of

England, formed an alliance with the barons against Edward and the le Despensers in favor of Edward's and

Isabella's son, young Prince Edward. In a general uprising, the forces of Edward II were defeated and both

father and son le Despenser were hanged.[242]

aft 14 Jun 1306 when Hugh was 16, he married Eleanor (Alianore) DE CLARE[28], in Westminster Abbey,

England.[124, vol 4, p 269, note (b)]

They had the following children:
i. Hugh (~1308-1349)
ii. Isabel (1312-1376)
iii. Elizabeth (~1327-1389)
2468 iv. Edward (-1342)

4937 Eleanor (Alianore) DE CLARE.[28] Born in Oct 1292 in Caerphilly Castle.[124, vol 4, p 271] Eleanor

(Alianore) died on 30 Jun 1337, she was 44.[124, vol 4, p 271, note (f)]

4938 Sir William DE FERRERS DE GROBY 1st Baron Ferrers. Born on 30 Jan 1271 in Yoxale, Stafford, England.[3,

line 58-31],[124, vol 5, p 343] William died on 20 Mar 1324, he was 53.[3, line 58-31],[124, vol 5, p 344]

Occupation: 1st Baron Ferrers of Groby.

William married Ellen DE SEGRAVE.

They had the following children:
i. Henry (~1294-1343)
ii. Thomas
2469 iii. Anne

4939 Ellen DE SEGRAVE. Ellen died aft 9 Feb 1316.[3, line 58-31] Alias/AKA: Margaret.[246, p 198]

4940 Bartholomew DE BURGHERSH.

bef 11 Jun 1320 Bartholomew married Elizabeth DE VERDUN.[3, line 70-33]

They had one child:
2470 i. Bartholomew (<1329-1369)

4941 Elizabeth DE VERDUN. Elizabeth died in 1360.[3, line 70-33]

4942 Richard DE WAYLAND.

2471 i. Cecily (->1354)

4976 William DE LA POLE.

William married Elena.

They had the following children:
2488 i. William (-1366)
ii. Richard
iii. John

4977 Elena.

4982 Gilbert (Ralph) DE GLANVILLE.

2491 i. Eleanor

4984 Edmund DE STAFFORD 1st Lord Stafford. Born on 15 Jul 1273.[3, line 55-31] Edmund died bef 12 Aug 1308,

he was 35.[3, line 55-31] Occupation: Member of Parliament, 1298-1307.[218, line 136-5]

bef 1298 when Edmund was 24, he married Margaret BASSET.[3, line 55-31]

They had one child:
2492 i. Ralph (1301-1372)

4985 Margaret BASSET. Margaret died on 17 Mar 1336.[3, line 55-31]

4986 Lord Hugh D'AUDLEY 8th Earl of Gloucester.[198] Born abt 1289. Hugh died on 10 Nov 1347, he was

58.[124, v. 5, p 715] Buried in Tonbridge Priory, Kent, England. Occupation: Ambassador to France, 1341.

On 26 Apr 1317 when Hugh was 28, he married Margaret DE CLARE, in Windsor, England.[218, line 28-5]

They had one child:
2493 i. Margaret (-1349)

4987 Margaret DE CLARE. Born in Oct 1292. Margaret died on 9 Apr 1342, she was 49.[218, line 28-5]

4988 Guy DE BEAUCHAMP 10th Earl of Warwick. Born in 1278. Guy died in Warwick Castle, England on 10 Aug 1315,

he was 37.

On 12 Feb 1309 when Guy was 31, he married Alice DE TOENI.

They had the following children:
2494 i. Thomas (~1312-1369)
ii. John
iii. Maud

4989 Alice DE TOENI. Born abt 1283. Alice died abt 8 Jan 1323, she was 40.

4990 8th Baron of Wigmore Roger MORTIMER 1st Earl of March.[124],[3] Born on 25 Apr 1287.[218, line 12-6] may

have been born 3 May 1287. Roger died in Elms, Tyburn, England on 29 Nov 1330, he was 43.[218, line

12-6],[124, vol 5, p 634; vol 8, p 433] hanged. Buried in Church of the Grey Friars, Shrewsbury, England.

Occupation: Lord of Leix. 8th Baron Mortimer of Wigmore; created Earl of March Oct 1328.

Research: [137, Page 127 Number 41]Medical Certificate of Willett J. Basto:

Date of death: Dec. 30, 1943. Attended from Sept. 1, 1943 to Dec. 30, 1943

I last saw him alive on Dec.30,1943. To the best of my knowledge death occurred on the date stated aboove at

7:30 PM. cause of death Diabetis

bef 6 Oct 1306 when Roger was 19, he married Joan DE GENEVILLE (JOINVILLE).[218, line 147-5]

They had the following children:
5112 i. Edmund (~1300-1331)
2495 ii. Katherine (->1369)
iii. Beatrice
iv. Margaret (-1337)
v. Agnes
vi. Joan (-<1351)

4991 Joan DE GENEVILLE (JOINVILLE). Born on 2 Feb 1285.[3] Joan died on 19 Oct 1356, she was 71.[218, line


5072 Philip LE DESPENCER. Born in Stoke, Gloucester, England. Philip died on 24 Sep 1313.[3, line 74A-32]

Philip married Margaret DE GOUSHILL.

They had one child:
2536 i. Philip (1313-1349)

5073 Margaret DE GOUSHILL. Born on 12 May 1294 in Whittington, Salopshire, England. Margaret died on 23 Jul

1349, she was 55.

5074 John DE COBHAM.

John married Margaret DE COURTENAY[124].

They had one child:
2537 i. Joan (1329-ca1357)

5075 Margaret DE COURTENAY.[124]

5080 Payne DE TIBETOT 1st Lord Tiptoft. Born in 1279. Payne died in Bannockburn, Scotland in 1314, he was

35.[3, line 65A-34] died in battle.

In 1298 when Payne was 19, he married Agnes DE ROS.

They had one child:
2540 i. John (1313-1367)

5081 Agnes DE ROS. Agnes died in Nov 1328.

5082 Bartholomew DE BADLESMERE.[3] Born ca 1275. Bartholomew died in Canterbury, Kent, England on 14 Apr

1322, he was 47. hanged as a traitor.

Research: Bartholomew de Badlesmere in the life time of his father received command to attend the king at

Portsmouth, upon the 1st day of September, with horse and arms to embark with him for Gascony, and in the

year that he succeeded to his paternal property was in the wars of Scotland. He was afterwards in the

retinue of Robert de Clifford in the Welsh wars, and in the first year of King Edward I. was appointed the

Governor of the castle of Bristol. In two years afterwards he was summoned to parliament as Badlesmere, and

had a grant from the king, through the special influence of Gilbert de Clare, Earl of Gloucester and

Hereford, and Henry de Lacy, Earl of Lincoln, of the castle and manor of Chelham, in Kent, for his own and

his wife's life, which castle had been possessed by Alexander de Baliol in the right of his wife Isabel, and

ought to have been escheated to the crown on the decease of the said Alexander, by reason of the felony of

John de .Straboli, Earl of Athol (Isabel's son and heir), who was hanged. In the 5th year of King Edward

II., Lord Badlesmere was constituted Governor of the castle of Ledes, and obtained at the same time grants of

divers extensive manors. In the next year but one, he was deputed , with Otto de Grandison and others,

ambassador to the court of Rome, and the next year, upon the death of Robert de Clifford, he obtained a grant

of the custody of the castle of Skyton in Yorkshire, as of all other castles in that Co. and Westmoreland,

whereof the said Robert died possessed, to hold during the minority of Roger de Clifford, his son and heir.

He was further indebted to the crown for numerous charters for fairs throughout his extensive manors; and he

held the high office of steward of the household for a great number of years; but notwithstanding his thus

basking in the sunshine of royal favor, his allegiance was not trustworthy, for joining the banner of Thomas,

Earl of Lancaster, and other discontented nobles of that period, he went into Kent without the king's

permission; where, being well received, he put himself at the head of some soldiers from his castle at Ledes,

and thence proceeded to Canterbury, with 19 knights, having linen jackets under their surcoats, all his

esquires being in plate armor, and thus repaired to the shrine of St. Thomas, to the amazement of the good

citizens. While Lord Badlesmere remained at Canterbury, John de Crumwell and his wife sought his lordship's

aid, and , pledging himself to afford it, he hastened to Oxford, where the barons of his party had been then

assembled. In the meantime the King being apprised of the baron's proceedings, dispatched the Queen to

Ledes, and upon admission being denied her, the castle was regularly invested by Adomere de Valence, Earl of

Pembroke, and John de Britannia, Earl of Richmond, to whom it eventually surrendered, when Lord Badlesmere's

wife, young son, and daughters, all falling into the hands of the besiegers, were sent prisoners to the Tower

of London. The baron and his accomplices afterwards were pursued by Edmund, Earl of Kent, and John de

Warren, Earl of Surrey, and being defeated and taken prisoners at the battle of Boroughbridge, his lordship

was hanged, draw, and quartered at Canterbury, and his head set upon a pole at Burgate. At the time of the

baron's execution upwards of ninety lords, knights, and others concerned in the same insurrection, suffered a

similar fate in various parts of the kingdom. He married Margaret Clare, one of the daughters and

co-heiresses of Thomas de Clare, 3rd son of Thomas de Clare, 2nd son of Richard de Clare, Earl of

Gloucester. His widow continued as a prisoner in the Tower, until, through the influence of William Roos,

Lord Roos, of Hamlake, and others, she obtained her freedom. Whereupon she went to the nunnery of

Minoresses, outside of Adgate, in the suburbs of London. She had 2-shillings a day for her maintenance, to

be paid by the sheriff of Essex; she subsequently, however, obtained a large proportion of the deceased

lords' manors as her dowry.

Bartholomew married Margaret DE CLARE.

They had the following children:
2549 i. Margery (1306-<1363)
ii. Maud[124, vol I pp 371-373] (1310-1366)
5113 iii. Elizabeth (-1356)
2541 iv. Margaret (-ca1345)
v. Giles[124, vol 1 p 373] (1314-1338)

5083 Margaret DE CLARE. Margaret died in 1365.

5084 John DEINCOURT.[124, vol 4, p 120]

2542 i. William (<1300-1364)

5086 William LA ZOUCHE 1st Lord Zouche. Born on 18 Dec 1276 in Haryngworth, Northants, England. William died

on 11 Mar 1350, he was 73.[3, line 200-31],[124, vol 12, p 938]

William married Maud LOVEL.

They had the following children:
2543 i. Milicent (-1379)
ii. Eudo (~1297-1326)

5087 Maud LOVEL. Born abt 1280.[124, vol 12, p 940] aged 30 in 1310. Maud died bef 1346, she was 66.

5088 Robert DE CLIFFORD 1st Lord Clifford. Born abt 1274 in Clifford Castle.[124, vol 3, p 290] Robert died

in Battle of Bannockburn, Scotland on 24 Jun 1314, he was 40. Buried in Shap Abbey, Westmorland, England.

Occupation: Lord of Appleby, Westmoreland, Sheriff of Westmoreland, 1291 M.P. 1299-1313.

On 13 Nov 1295 when Robert was 21, he married Matilda (Maud) DE CLARE.

They had the following children:
i. Roger (1299-1321)
5105 ii. Idoine (~1303-1365)
2544 iii. Robert (1305-1344)
iv. Margaret (-1382)
v. Isabel

5089 Matilda (Maud) DE CLARE. Born abt 1279 in Thomond, Ireland. Matilda (Maud) died bef 24 May 1327, she

was 48.[124, vol 3, p 291]

5090 Sir Maurice DE BERKELEY Lord Berkeley. Born in Apr 1281.[218, line 80-5] Maurice died on 31 May 1326, he

was 45.[3, line 59-31]

In 1289 when Maurice was 7, he married Eva LA ZOUCHE.[3, line 59-31],[124, vol 2, pp 128-129; vol 8 p 584]

They had the following children:
i. Thomas (~1296-1361)
2545 ii. Isabel (-1362)
iii. Milicent

5091 Eva LA ZOUCHE. Born in 1282. Eva died on 5 Dec 1314, she was 32.[3, line 59-31; line 39-30]

5096 William DE ROS 1st Lord Ros.[3, line 89-30] Born abt 1255.[3, line 89-30] William died bef 16 Aug

1316, he was 61.[124, vol 11, p 97] Buried in Kirkham, England.

William married Maud DE VAUX.

They had the following children:
5081 i. Agnes (-1328)
2548 ii. William (1290-1342)

5097 Maud DE VAUX. Maud died bef 12 May 1316.[124, vol 11, p 97] Buried in Petney Priory, Norfolk, England

(her bowels buried in the wall at Belvoir).[124, vol 11, p 97, note (j)]

5098 same as ahnentafel number 5082

5099 same as ahnentafel number 5083

5104 2nd Baron of Percy Henry DE PERCY 2nd Lord of Alnwick. Born on 6 Feb 1300. Henry died in Warkworth,

England on 26 Feb 1351, he was 51. Buried in Alnwick, Northumberland, England. Occupation: 2nd Lord of

Alnwick, M.P. 1322-1352, K.G. 1323, Constable of Scarborough Castle, Warden of the Marches of Scotland.[124,

vol 10, p 459]

Henry married Idoine DE CLIFFORD.

They had the following children:
2552 i. Henry (~1320-~1368)
ii. Maud (~1335-<1378)
iii. Thomas
iv. Roger
v. Margaret
vi. Isabel
vii. Robert
viii. William
ix. Eleanor (Alianore)

5105 Idoine DE CLIFFORD. Born abt 1303. Idoine died on 24 Aug 1365, she was 62. Buried in Beverley Minster,

Beverley, Yorkshire, England.

5106 Henry PLANTAGENET 3rd Earl of Lancaster.[198] Born abt 1281 in Grosmont Castle. Henry died in

Leicester, England on 22 Sep 1345, he was 64. Buried in Leicester Abbey, England.

bef 2 Mar 1297 when Henry was 16, he married Maud DE CHAWORTH.[3, line 19-29]

They had the following children:
i. Joan[3, p 18 line 30] (-1349)
2553 ii. Mary (1321-1362)
iii. Eleanor (~1318-1371)
iv. Henry (~1306-1360)
5119 v. Maud (-1377)

5107 Maud DE CHAWORTH. Born in 1282. Maud died in 1322, she was 40.[198]

5108 Randolph DE NEVILLE 1st Baron of Raby. Randolph died in 1331.

Randolph married Euphemia DE CLAVERING.

They had one child:
2554 i. Ralph (1291-1367)

5109 Euphemia DE CLAVERING.

5110 Lord Hugh D'AUDLEY Ambassador to France.[3] Born in 1267 in Stratton, Audley, England. Hugh died in

Wallingford Castle, England bef Mar 1325, he was 58.[3, line 9-30]

Hugh married Isolde DE MORTIMER.

They had the following children:
2555 i. Alice (-1373)
4986 ii. Hugh (~1289-1347)

5111 Isolde DE MORTIMER. Born in Wigmore, Herefordshire, England. Isolde died in 1338.[3, line 207-31]

5112 Sir Edmund MORTIMER.[124] Born abt 1300 in Wigmore, Herefordshire, England. Edmund died in 1331, he was


On 27 Jun 1316 when Edmund was 16, he married Elizabeth BADLESMERE[198],[124, vol I pp 371-373].

They had one child:
2556 i. Roger (1328-1359)

5113 Elizabeth BADLESMERE.[198],[124, vol I pp 371-373] Born in Badlesmere, Kent, England. Elizabeth died on

8 Jun 1356.[3, p 65 line 34]

5114 Thomas DE MONTAGU 6th Earl of Salisbury. Born abt 1302 in Cassington, Oxfordshire, England.[124, vol

11, p 385] aged 17-18 at his father's death. Thomas died in Orleans, France on 3 Nov 1343, he was 41.[124,

vol 12, p 447; vol 11, p 385, 388]

bef 1327 when Thomas was 25, he married Katherine (Catherine) GRANDISON.[124, vol 11, p 387]

They had the following children:
2557 i. Philppa (~1332-1382)
ii. Elizabeth (-1359)
iii. John (-1389)
iv. William (-1397)
v. Sibyl
vi. Agnes

5115 Katherine (Catherine) GRANDISON. Born in Ashford, Hertfordshire, England. Katherine (Catherine) died on

23 Apr 1349.[124, vol 11, p 388]

5116 King of England Edward PLANTAGENET III.[28, p. 231] Born on 13 Nov 1312 in Windsor Castle, Berkshire,

England. Edward died in Sheen Palace, Richmond, co. Surrey, England on 21 Jun 1377, he was 64.[28, p 285]

died of gonorrhea contracted from his mistress. Buried in Westminster Abbey, England.

Edward III was 14 when he was crowned King and assumed government in his own right in 1330. In 1337, Edward

created the Duchy of Cornwall to provide the heir to the throne with an income independent of the sovereign

or the state. An able soldier, and an inspiring leader, Edward founded the Order of the Garter in 1348.

At the beginning of the Hundred Years War in 1337, actual campaigning started when the King invaded France in

1339 and laid claim to the throne of France. Following a sea victory at Sluys in 1340, Edward overran

Brittany in 1342 and in 1346 he landed in Normandy, defeating the French King, Philip IV, at the Battle of

Cr‚cy and his son Edward (the Black Prince) repeated his success at Poitiers (1356). By 1360 Edward

controlled over a quarter of France. His successes consolidated the support of the nobles, lessened criticism

of the taxes, and improved relations with Parliament. However, under the 1375 Treaty of Bruges the French

King, Charles V, reversed most of the English conquests; Calais and a coastal strip near Bordeaux were

Edward's only lasting gain.

Failure abroad provoked criticism at home. The Black Death plague outbreaks of 1348-9, 1361-2 and 1369

inflicted severe social dislocation (the King lost a daughter to the plague) and caused deflation; severe

laws were introduced to attempt to fix wages and prices. In 1376, the 'Good Parliament' (which saw the

election of the first Speaker to represent the Commons) attacked the high taxes and criticised the King's

advisers. The ageing King withdrew to Windsor for the rest of his reign, eventually dying at Sheen Palace,


On 24 Jan 1327/28 when Edward was 14, he married Philippa DE HAINUT (HAINAULT), in York, England.

They had the following children:
i. Edward[207] (1330-1376)
ii. Isabel (1332-)
iii. Thomas[207] (1335-1397)
iv. William (<1337-<1337)
2558 v. Lionel (1338-1368)
vi. John[198] (1340-1399)
vii. Edmund (1341-1402)
viii. William (<1348-1348)

5117 Philippa DE HAINUT (HAINAULT). Born on 24 Jun 1310 in Hainault, Belgium.[214, p 261],[420],[4, chart

11202] Philippa died in Windsor Castle, Berkshire, England on 15 Aug 1369, she was 59.[203, line 50-22]

Buried in Westminster Abbey, England.

Research: Philippe de Hainault [c.1314-1369] has a fascinating History and an even more fascinating

Genealogy. She was, of course, the wife and queen of Edward III of England [1312-1377]. Hainault is to the

south of Bruxelles, on France's northern frontier, roughly centered around Mons. Most of it eventually wound

up in Belgium, where Hainault is a province today. But the southernmost part, the area around Valenciennes,

is now in France.[421]

As we all know, since Edward III is oft touted as the ancestor of the English middle class, millions of

people world-wide are descended from him and Philippe de Hainault. Edward III, a strong, effective king

succeeded the weak and ineffective Edward II [1284-1327] [he of the hot poker in the fundament] imprisoned

his Mother, Isabella de France [1292-1358] [the 'beautiful princess' in Mel Gibson's "Braveheart"] and

executed her lover, Roger de Mortimer [1287-1330] 1st Earl of March, who had seen to it that Edward II was


Roger had served ably as Regent and educated the young Edward III in the ways, tasks and responsibilities of

kingship. When Edward grew old enough, at 18, he paid his teacher back in cold steel --- a secret dream of

many students, which few have the opportunity to consummate.

But, returning the focus to Philippe de Hainault, why is the lady so interesting? Well there are many, many

reasons for that --- Historical and Genealogical --- but here is just one.

Philippe is descended, through her Mother, Jeanne de Valois [c.1294-1342] from King Harold II [c.1022-1066]

who was, of course, defeated by William The Conqueror at Hastings on 14 Oct 1066.

So, anyone descended from Philippe, or from her Mother-in-Law --- Isabella de France --- who shares this

descent, is descended from both the Victor at the Battle of Hastings, William The Conqueror, and the

Vanquished, Harold II.

The line runs from Harold's daughter Gytha, who married Vladimir II Monomakh, [1053-1125] Great Prince or

Grand Duke [Velikij Knyaz --- (Russian)] of Kiev, through two Kings of Hungary and the wife of a King of

France to Charles III de Valois [1270-1325] Duc d'Anjou, to Jeanne de Valois --- Philippe de Hainault's


Therefore millions of people, all over the world, are descended from both William The Conqueror and Harold II

--- 'Norman and Saxon King' --- Winner and Loser --- at the same Battle of Hastings, which was, of course, a

World-Historical Event, in the Hegelian Sense. Indeed it was one of the greatest.

5118 William DE BURGH 4th Earl of Ulster.[124, vol 5, Gloucester chart pedigree] Born on 17 Sep 1312 in

Connaught, Ireland.[28, p 57] William died in Belfast, Ireland on 6 Jun 1333, he was 20.

aft 1 May 1327 when William was 14, he married Maud PLANTAGENET.[28, p 57]

They had one child:
2559 i. Elizabeth (1332-1363)

5119 Maud PLANTAGENET. Maud died on 5 May 1377.[28, p 57] Buried in Campsey Priory, co. Suffolk, England.

14th Generation

9728 Peter HILDYARD. Born in Arnold, Yorkshire, England.

4864 i. Robert

9856 Sir Henry HASTINGS. Born in of Ashill, Norfolk, England. Henry died bef 5 Mar 1268.[124, vol 6, p 346]

Henry married Joan DE CANTELOU.

They had the following children:
4928 i. John (1262-1313)
ii. Edmund (-1314)

9857 Joan DE CANTELOU. Joan died bef 1271.[124, vol 6, p 346, note (d)]

9858 Earl of Winchester Hugh LE DESPENCER "The Elder".[3, p 74],[124, vol.IV, pp.262-266] Born on 1 Mar

1260.[124, vol 4, p 262] Hugh died in Bristol, Hereford, England on 27 Oct 1326, he was 66.[3, p 74] hanged

and quartered. Buried in Tewkesbury Abbey.

Research: As a subdeacon, he was presented as rector of Jacobstowe, co. Cornwall by Dame Dionisia de Campo

Arnulphi in March 1284 (Bronescombe, p. 347)

bef 1286 when Hugh was 25, he married Isabel DE BEAUCHAMP.[124, vol 4, p 265],[3],[246] paid a fine of 2,000

marks to the king, in the 15th of Edward I [1286-1287], for marrying, without license, Isabel, dau. of

William de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, and widow of Patrick Cheworth.

They had the following children:
4936 i. Hugh (1290-1326)
5072 ii. Philip (-1313)
4929 iii. Isabel (-1334)

9859 Isabel DE BEAUCHAMP. Born abt 1260 in Stoke, Gloucester, England. Isabel died bef 30 May 1306, she was

46.[3, p 72]

9860 Jordan FOLIOT.

Jordan married Margery.

They had one child:
4930 i. Richard

9861 Margery.

9872 same as ahnentafel number 9858

9873 same as ahnentafel number 9859

9874 "The Red Earl" Gilbert DE CLARE 6th Earl of Gloucester.[431],[28],[124, pp 358, 359] Born on 2 Sep 1243.

Gilbert died on 7 Dec 1295, he was 52.[124, vol 4, chart 3] Occupation: 9th Earl of Clare, 7th Earl of

Hertford, 3rd Earl of Gloucester.[3, line 11-29]

A leader of the barons in the early stages of the Barons' War against King Henry III, he deserted the

baronial side in 1265, thus helping to ensure a royal victory at the Battle of Evesham. Two years later he

changed sides again, captured London, and forced the king to accept a negotiated settlement.[242]

In 1290 when Gilbert was 46, he married Joanna (Joan) PLANTAGENET of Acre and Lancaster[198].[218, line 28-4]

They had the following children:
4987 i. Margaret (1292-1342)
4937 ii. Eleanor (Alianore) (1292-1337)
10237 iii. Elizabeth (1295-1360)
iv. Gilbert (-1314)

9875 Joanna (Joan) PLANTAGENET of Acre and Lancaster.[198] Born in 1272 in Akko (Acre), Hazafon, Israel.

Joanna (Joan) died in Clare, Suffolk, England on 23 Apr 1307, she was 35.[124, vol 4, chart 3] Buried in

Austin Friar's, Clare, co. Suffolk, England.[28, p 83]

9876 Sir William DE FERRERS. Born abt 1240.[3, line 58-30] William died bef 20 Dec 1287, he was 47.[3, line


William married Anne LE DESPENSER.

They had the following children:
4938 i. William (1271-1324)
ii. Anne

9877 Anne LE DESPENSER. Alias/AKA: called Joane by Burke.

9878 Sir John DE SEGRAVE 2nd Lord Segrave.[3, line 58-31]

John married Christine DE PLESSY[3, line 58-31].

They had one child:
4939 i. Ellen (->1316)

9879 Christine DE PLESSY.[3, line 58-31]

9880 Robert DE BURGHERSH Lord Burghersh.

Robert married Maud DE BADLESMERE.

They had one child:
4940 i. Bartholomew


9882 Sir Theobald DE VERDUN 2nd Lord Verdun. Born on 8 Sep 1278 in Alton, Stafford, England.[3, line 70-32]

Theobald died in Alton, Stafford, England on 27 Jul 1316, he was 37.[3, line 70-32],[124, vol 12, p 250]

Occupation: Lord of Weoberley, Justiciar of Ireland.[3, line 70-32]

On 29 Jul 1302 when Theobald was 23, he married Maud DE MORTIMER, in Wigmore, England.[3, line 70-32]

They had one child:
4941 i. Elizabeth (-1360)

9883 Maud DE MORTIMER. Maud died in 1312.[3, line 70-32],[124, vol 12, p 251]

9968 Nicholas DE STAFFORD.

4984 i. Edmund (1273-<1308)

9970 Ralph BASSET 1st Lord Basset. Ralph died on 31 Dec 1299 in Drayton, Staffordshire, England.[3, line

55-30],[124, vol 2, p 2] Occupation: Member of Parliament, 1295-1299.[3, line 55-30],[124, vol 2, p 2]

Ralph married Hawise.

They had one child:
4985 i. Margaret (-1336)

9971 Hawise.

9972 same as ahnentafel number 5110

9973 same as ahnentafel number 5111

9974 same as ahnentafel number 9874

9975 same as ahnentafel number 9875

9976 William DE BEAUCHAMP 9th Earl of Warwick. Born in 1237. William died on 22 Jun 1298, he was 61.[124, vol

4, chart 3; vol 12, p 368]

William married Maud FITZJOHN.

They had the following children:
9859 i. Isabel (~1260-<1306)
4988 ii. Guy (1278-1315)

9977 Maud FITZJOHN. Born abt 1245 in Bernard Castle, Warwickshire, England. Maud died in Grey Friars,

Worcester, England abt 7 May 1301, she was 56.[3, p 72] Buried in Grey Friars, Worcester, England.

9978 Ralph DE TOENI VII. Born in 1255.[218, line 101a-4] Ralph died bef 29 Jul 1295, he was 40.[218, line


bef 1276 when Ralph was 21, he married Mary.[218, line 101a-4]

They had one child:
4989 i. Alice (~1283-~1323)

9979 Mary. Mary died aft 1283.[218, line 101a-4]

9980 Sir Edmund DE MORTIMER 1st Lord Mortimer. Born in 1261.[3, line 70-32] Edmund died in Wigmore Castle,

Herefordshire, England on 17 Jul 1304, he was 43.[3, line 27-30] mortally wounded in the battle of Buelt.

Buried in Wigmore Abbey, Herefordshire, England. Occupation: 7th Baron Mortimer of Wigmore.

Edmund married Margaret DE FIENNES.

They had the following children:
5111 i. Isolde (-1338)
9883 ii. Maud (-1312)
4990 iii. Roger (1287-1330)

9981 Margaret DE FIENNES. Margaret died on 7 Feb 1333.[3]

9982 Lord Piers (Pierce) DE GENEVILLE (JOINVILLE). Piers (Pierce) died bef 8 Jun 1292.[218, line 12-5]

Occupation: Lord of Waterstone, Staunton-Lacy, Ludlow, Malmeshull, Wulverslowe and Ewyas-Lacy.

Piers (Pierce) married Joan (Jeanne) DE LUSIGNAN.

They had one child:
4991 i. Joan (1285-1356)

9983 Joan (Jeanne) DE LUSIGNAN. Joan (Jeanne) died bef 14 Sep 1323.[218, line 12-5] Buried in Abbaye de


10144 same as ahnentafel number 9858

10145 same as ahnentafel number 9859

10146 Ralph DE GOUSHILL.

Ralph married Hawise FITZWARINE (FITZWARREN).

They had one child:
5073 i. Margaret (1294-1349)


10150 Hugh DE COURTENAY 10th Earl of Devon.[3, Line 51] Born on 12 Jul 1303.[28, p 100],[218, line 126-5]

Hugh died on 2 May 1377, he was 73.[28, p 100],[218, line 126-5]

On 11 Aug 1325 when Hugh was 22, he married Margaret DE BOHUN.[28, p 100],[124, vol 4, p 324]

They had the following children:
5075 i. Margaret
ii. Edward (~1331-<1371)
iii. Philip (-1406)

10151 Margaret DE BOHUN. Born on 3 Apr 1311 in Caldecote, Northamptonshire, England. Margaret died on 16 Dec

1391, she was 80.[3]

10160 Robert DE TIBETOT.

Robert married Eve DE CHAWORTH.

They had the following children:
5080 i. Payne (1279-1314)
ii. Hawise

10161 Eve DE CHAWORTH.

10162 same as ahnentafel number 5096

10163 same as ahnentafel number 5097

10164 Gunceline (Gunselm) DE BADLESMERE.

Research: Gunceline de Badlesmere, known first as a great rebel to King Henry III., for which he was

excommunicated by the Archbishop of Canterbury; but, subsequently, returning to his allegiance, as Justice of

Chester, in that office he continued until the 9th year of King Edward I. (1280-1281). In the next year he

was in the expedition made into Wales, and in the 25th year of the same monarch, in that into Gascony, having

previously, by the writ of January 26 in that year, been summoned to the parliament at Salisbury for the

following Sunday, the feast of St. Matthew, September 21, as Gunselm de Badlesmere. He died four years

afterwards, seized of the manor of Badlesmere, which he held in capite of the crown, as of the barony of

Crevequer, by the service of one knight's fee. He married _______ Bernard, the heiress of Ralph Bernard,

Lord of Kingsdowne, and was succeeded by his son, then twenty-six years of age, Bartholomew.

Gunceline (Gunselm) married unknown.

They had the following children:
5082 i. Bartholomew (ca1275-1322)
9881 ii. Maud

10165 unknown.

Research: Joan FitzBernard, daughter of Ralph FitzBernard, Lord of Kingsdowne, is popularly thought to have

been his wife, however this was disproven in Cokayne's Complete Peerage[124, p.403, note b]

10166 Lord Thomas DE CLARE.[3] Born abt 1245. Thomas died in Ireland in 1288, he was 43. Occupation: Lord of

Thomond, Ireland; Governor of London; Lord of Inchequin and Youghae.

Thomas married Juliana FITZMAURICE.

They had the following children:
5083 i. Margaret (-1365)
5089 ii. Matilda (Maud) (~1279-<1327)

10167 Juliana FITZMAURICE.

10168 Edmund DEINCOURT 1st Lord Deincourt.[124, vol 4, p 118]

Edmund married Isabel DE MOHUN[124, vol 4, p 120].

They had one child:
5084 i. John

10169 Isabel DE MOHUN.[124, vol 4, p 120]

10172 Eudo (Eudes) LA ZOUCHE.[198, chart 3] Eudo (Eudes) died bef 25 Jun 1279.[218, line 80-4] Alias/AKA:

Eon.[124, vol 12, p 932, note (i)] Residence: Harringworth, co. Northampton, England.

Eudo (Eudes) married Milicent DE CANTELOU.

They had the following children:
5086 i. William (1276-1350)
ii. Lucy
5091 iii. Eva (1282-1314)
iv. Ellen
v. Elizabeth (->1297)

10173 Milicent DE CANTELOU. Milicent died bef 7 Jan 1299.[124, vol 12, p 938]

10174 John LOVEL 1st Lord Lovel.[3, line 215-27] Born abt 1255.[124, vol 8, p 215] aged 32 at his father's

death. John died bef 1 Oct 1310, he was 55.[124, vol 8, p 217] Occupation: 1st Lord Lovel of Titchmarsh.

abt 1270 when John was 15, he married Isabel DE BOIS.[124, vol 8, p 217]

They had one child:
5087 i. Maud (~1280-<1346)

10175 Isabel DE BOIS. Isabel died bef 1280.[124, vol 8, p 217]

10176 Roger DE CLIFFORD. Roger died on 6 Nov 1282.[124, vol 3, p 290]

Roger married Isabel DE VESPONT (VIPONT).

They had one child:
5088 i. Robert (~1274-1314)

10177 Isabel DE VESPONT (VIPONT). Isabel died on 14 May 1292.

10178 same as ahnentafel number 10166

10179 same as ahnentafel number 10167

10180 Sir Thomas DE BERKELEY.[3, line 59-30; line 26-29] Thomas died on 23 Jul 1321.[3, line 59-30]

In 1267 Thomas married Joan DE FERRERS.[3, line 59-30; line 26-29]

They had one child:
5090 i. Maurice (1281-1326)

10181 Joan DE FERRERS. Joan died on 19 Mar 1309.[3, line 59-30]

10182 same as ahnentafel number 10172

10183 same as ahnentafel number 10173

10192 Sir Robert DE ROS. Born in 1223.[3, line 89-29] Robert died on 17 May 1285, he was 62.[124, vol 11, p

96],[3, line 208-29] Buried in Kirkham, England. Occupation: Member of Parliament, 1261.[3, line 89-29]

bef 17 May 1244 when Robert was 21, he married Isabel D'AUBIGNY.[124, vol 11, p 96]

They had the following children:
5096 i. William (~1255-<1316)
ii. Joan (-1348)
iii. Isabel
iv. Mary (-<1326)

10193 Isabel D'AUBIGNY. Isabel died on 15 Jun 1301.[124, vol 11, p 96] Buried in Newstead, England.

10194 John DE VAUX.[124, vol 11, p 97]

5097 i. Maud (-<1316)

10208 Sir Henry DE PERCY 1st Baron Percy. Born in 1273.[124, vol 10, p 456] Henry died in 1314, he was 41.

Occupation: 1st Lord of Alnwick Castle, Northumberland, 1309; 9th Baron Percy, Knighted 1296, M.P. 1299-1314.

Henry married Eleanor (FITZALAN) DE ARUNDEL.

They had one child:
5104 i. Henry (1300-1351)

10209 Eleanor (FITZALAN) DE ARUNDEL. Eleanor died in 1328.

10210 same as ahnentafel number 5088

10211 same as ahnentafel number 5089

10212 Earl of Lancaster Edmund PLANTAGENET "Crouchback".[259, p 83],[124, vol 5, Gloucester chart pedigree]

Born in 1245 in Westminster Palace, England. Edmund died in Bayonne, France on 5 Jun 1296, he was 51. Buried

in Westminster Abbey, England. Occupation: Earl of Lancaster and Leicester, and High Steward of England

10-26-1265, M.P. 1276; King of Sicily in 1254, Count of Champagne and Brie.

In 1276 when Edmund was 31, he married Blanche D'ARTOIS.

They had the following children:
i. John
5106 ii. Henry (~1281-1345)
iii. Thomas (-1322)

10213 Blanche D'ARTOIS. Blanche died on 2 May 1302 in Paris, France. Buried in Convent of Minoresses,

Aldgate, England.

10214 Patrick DE CHAWORTH Lord of Kidwelley, Wales. Patrick died abt 7 Jul 1283.

Patrick married Isabel DE BEAUCHAMP.

They had one child:
5107 i. Maud (1282-1322)

10215 same as ahnentafel number 9859

10218 Robert FITZROGER 1st Baron of Clavering.[124, vol 3, p 274] Robert died in 1310.[3, line 186-3]

In 1265 Robert married Margery DE LA ZOUCHE.

They had one child:
5109 i. Euphemia

10219 Margery DE LA ZOUCHE.

10220 James D'AUDLEY (DE ALDITHLEY). Born abt 1220.[124, vol 1, p 337] James died on 11 Jun 1276, he was 56.

Occupation: Keeper of the Castle of Newcastle-under-Linn(sic), 30 October, 1250, Lord Marcher, Sheriff of

Salop 1261-62, and Staffordshire 1270-71, Justiciar of Ireland.

In 1244 when James was 24, he married Ela LONGESPEÉ.[124, vol 1, p 338]

They had the following children:
5110 i. Hugh (1267-<1325)
ii. James (1250-1273)
iii. Henry (1251-1276)
iv. William (1253-1282)
v. Nicholas (<1258-1299)

10221 Ela LONGESPEÉ. Buried in Oseney Abbey, Oxfordshire, England.

10222 same as ahnentafel number 9980

10223 same as ahnentafel number 9981

10224 same as ahnentafel number 4990

10225 same as ahnentafel number 4991

10226 same as ahnentafel number 5082

10227 same as ahnentafel number 5083

10228 William DE MONTAGU 2nd Lord Montagu.

William married Elizabeth DE MONTFORT.

They had one child:
5114 i. Thomas (~1302-1343)

10229 Elizabeth DE MONTFORT.

10230 William DE GRANDISON 1st Lord Grandison.

William married Sibyl DE TREGOZ.

They had one child:
5115 i. Katherine (Catherine) (-1349)

10231 Sibyl DE TREGOZ.

10232 King of England Edward PLANTAGENET II.[28, p. 229],[422, Vol 2, p. 233; Vol 3, p. 105] Born on 25 Apr

1284 in Caernarvon Castle, Wales. Edward died in Berkely Castle, England on 21 Sep 1327, he was 43. Murdered

cruelly by his wife's confederates who thrust a red-hot spit into his bowel through a horn forced into his

rectum. Buried in Gloucester Cathedral, England. Occupation: King of England.

Edward II had few of the qualities that made a successful medieval king. Edward surrounded himself with

favourites (the best known being a Gascon, Piers Gaveston), and the barons, feeling excluded from power,

rebelled. Throughout his reign, different baronial groups struggled to gain power and control the King. The

nobles' ordinances of 1311, which attempted to limit royal control of finance and appointments, were

counteracted by Edward. Large debts (many inherited) and the Scots' victory at Bannockburn by Robert the

Bruce in 1314 made Edward more unpopular.

Edward's victory in a civil war (1321-2) and such measures as the 1326 ordinance (a protectionist measure

which set up compulsory markets or staples in 14 English, Welsh and Irish towns for the wool trade) did not

lead to any compromise between the King and the nobles. Finally, in 1326, Edward's wife, Isabella of France,

led an invasion against her husband. In 1327 Edward was made to renounce the throne in favour of his son

Edward (the first time that an anointed king of England had been dethroned since Ethelred in 1013). Edward II

was later murdered at Berkeley Castle.[207]

On 25 Jan 1308 when Edward was 23, he married Queen of England Isabelle (Isabella) CAPET de France, in

Boulogne, France.[214, p 261]

They had the following children:
5116 i. Edward (1312-1377)
ii. John (1316-1336)
iii. Eleanor (1318-1355)
iv. Joanna (1321-1362)

10233 Queen of England Isabelle (Isabella) CAPET de France. Born in 1292 in France.[203, line 51-23] Isabelle

(Isabella) died in Hertford Castle, England on 22 Aug 1358, she was 66. Buried in Grey Friars Church, London,

England.[203, line 51-23] Occupation: Queen of England, crowned February 1308.

10234 Count William (Guillame) DE HAINUT V. Born in 1280 in Hainault, Belgium. William (Guillame) died in

Valenciennes on 7 Jun 1337, he was 57.[214, p 261],[203, line 50-23] Occupation: Count of Hainult and


On 19 May 1305 when William (Guillame) was 25, he married Joan (Jeanne) DE VALOIS.[214, p 261],[203, line


They had the following children:
5117 i. Philippa (1310-1369)
ii. Johanna

10235 Joan (Jeanne) DE VALOIS. Joan (Jeanne) died abt 1342.[214, p 261]

10236 John DE BURGH Earl of Ulster. John died on 18 Jun 1313.[3, line 257-33]

On 30 Sep 1308 John married Elizabeth DE CLARE.

They had one child:
5118 i. William (1312-1333)

10237 Elizabeth DE CLARE. Born in 1295.[3, line 11-30] Elizabeth died on 4 Nov 1360, she was 65.[3, line

11-30] Occupation: founded Clare College at the University of Cambridge.[242]

10238 same as ahnentafel number 5106

10239 same as ahnentafel number 5107

15th Generation

19456 Sir Peter HILDYARD. Born in Yorkshire, England.

Peter married Alice DE MELSA.

They had one child:
9728 i. Peter

19457 Alice DE MELSA.

19712 Sir Henry HASTINGS. Born in of Ashill, Norfolk, England.[124, vol 6, p 345] Henry died bef 9 Aug

1250.[124, vol 6, p 345]

Henry married Ada ATHOLL.

They had one child:
9856 i. Henry (-<1268)

19713 Ada ATHOLL.

19714 Sir William DE CANTELOU. William died on 25 Sep 1254.[218, line 146-3]

aft 25 Jul 1238 William married Eve DE BRAIOSE.[218, line 146-3]

They had the following children:
9857 i. Joan (-<1271)
ii. George[124, vol 6, p 346]
10173 iii. Milicent (-<1299)

19715 Eve DE BRAIOSE. Eve died bef 28 Jul 1265.[218, line 146-3]

19716 Sir Hugh LE DESPENSER Justiciar of England.[3],[124, vol.IV, pp.259-261] Born in 1223. Hugh died in

Battle of Evesham on 4 Aug 1265, he was 42. died in battle. Buried in Evesham Abbey.

one of the English barons who participated in the so-called Mad Parliament, which in 1258 formulated the

Provisions of Oxford, a plan of government reform. During the period of truce (1258-63) between the barons

and King Henry III, le Despenser became (1260) chief justiciar of England. Upon the outbreak of the Barons'

War, however, he sided with the barons' leader, Simon de Montfort, serving as Montfort's justiciar in 1264.

Le Despenser was killed in the Battle of Evesham; in that battle the barons were defeated by Henry's son,

Prince Edward, who later became king as Edward I.[242]

Hugh married Aline BASSET.

They had the following children:
40601 i. Eleanor (Ailenor) (-1328)
9877 ii. Anne
9858 iii. Hugh (1260-1326)

19717 Aline BASSET. Born in Wycombe, Bucks, England. Aline died bef Apr 1281.

19718 same as ahnentafel number 9976

19719 same as ahnentafel number 9977

19748 Sir Richard DE CLARE 5th Earl of Gloucester.[124, vol 5, Gloucester chart pedigree] Born on 4 Aug

1222.[218, line 28-3] Richard died on 15 Aug 1262, he was 40.[124, vol 4, chart 3] Buried in Tewkesbury

Abbey. Occupation: Earl of Hertford and Gloucester, Lord of Usk and Kilkenny.

bef 25 Jan 1237 when Richard was 14, he married Maud DE LACY.[218, line 28-3]

They had the following children:
10166 i. Thomas (~1245-1288)
9874 ii. Gilbert (1243-1295)
iii. Roese (1252-)

19749 Maud DE LACY. Maud died in Mar 1288.[3]

19750 King of England Edward PLANTAGENET I "Longshanks".[422, Vol 2, pp. 186, 238; Vol. 3, p. 117],[203, p.

26],[28] Born on 17/18 Jun 1239 in Westminster, Middlesex, England.[259, P 83] Edward died in

Burgh-On-The-Sands, near Carlisle, England on 7/8 Jul 1307, he was 68. died of dysentery and bowel

hemorrhage. Buried on 28 Oct 1307 in Westminster Abbey, Middlesex, England.

Born in June 1239 at Westminster, Edward was named by his father Henry III after the last Anglo Saxon king

(and his father's favourite saint), Edward the Confessor. Edward's parents were renowned for their patronage

of the arts (his mother, Eleanor of Provence, encouraged Henry III to spend money on the arts, which included

the rebuilding of Westminster Abbey and a still-extant magnificent shrine to house the body of Edward the

Confessor), and Edward received a disciplined education - reading and writing in Latin and French, with

training in the arts, sciences and music.

In 1254, Edward travelled to Spain for an arranged marriage at the age of 15 to 9-year-old Eleanor of

Castile. Just before Edward's marriage, Henry III gave him the duchy of Gascony, one of the few remnants of

the once vast French possessions of the English Angevin kings. Gascony was part of a package which included

parts of Ireland, the Channel Islands and the King's lands in Wales to provide an income for Edward. Edward

then spent a year in Gascony, studying its administration.

Edward spent his young adulthood learning harsh lessons from Henry III's failures as a king, culminating in a

civil war in which he fought to defend his father. Henry's ill-judged and expensive intervention in Sicilian

affairs (lured by the Pope's offer of the Sicilian crown to Henry's younger son) failed, and aroused the

anger of powerful barons including Henry's brother-in-law Simon de Montfort. Bankrupt and threatened with

excommunication, Henry was forced to agree to the Provisions of Oxford in 1258, under which his debts were

paid in exchange for substantial reforms; a Great Council of 24, partly nominated by the barons, assumed the

functions of the King's Council.

Henry repudiated the Provisions in 1261 and sought the help of the French king Louis IX (later known as St

Louis for his piety and other qualities). This was the only time Edward was tempted to side with his

charismatic and politically ruthless godfather Simon de Montfort - he supported holding a Parliament in his

father's absence.

However, by the time Louis IX decided to side with Henry in the dispute and civil war broke out in England in

1263, Edward had returned to his father's side and became de Montfort's greatest enemy. After winning the

battle of Lewes in 1264 (after which Edward became a hostage to ensure his father abided by the terms of the

peace), de Montfort summoned the Great Parliament in 1265 - this was the first time cities and burghs sent

representatives to the parliament. (Historians differ as to whether de Montfort was an enlightened liberal

reformer or an unscrupulous opportunist using any means to advance himself.)

In May 1265, Edward escaped from tight supervision whilst hunting. On 4 August, Edward and his allies

outmanoeuvred de Montfort in a savage battle at Evesham; de Montfort predicted his own defeat and death 'let

us commend our souls to God, because our bodies are theirs ... they are approaching wisely, they learned this

from me.' With the ending of the civil war, Edward worked hard at social and political reconciliation between

his father and the rebels, and by 1267 the realm had been pacified.

In April 1270 Parliament agreed an unprecedented levy of one-twentieth of every citizen's goods and

possessions to finance Edward's Crusade to the Holy Lands. Edward left England in August 1270 to join the

highly respected French king Louis IX on Crusade. At a time when popes were using the crusading ideal to

further their own political ends in Italy and elsewhere, Edward and King Louis were the last crusaders in the

medieval tradition of aiming to recover the Holy Lands. Louis died of the plague in Tunis before Edward's

arrival, and the French forces were bought off from pursuing their campaign. Edward decided to continue

regardless: 'by the blood of God, though all my fellow soldiers and countrymen desert me, I will enter Acre

... and I will keep my word and my oath to the death'.

Edward arrived in Acre in May 1271 with 1,000 knights; his crusade was to prove an anticlimax. Edward's small

force limited him to the relief of Acre and a handful of raids, and divisions amongst the international force

of Christian Crusaders led to Edward's compromise truce with the Baibars. In June 1272, Edward survived a

murder attempt by an Assassin (an order of Shi'ite Muslims) and left for Sicily later in the year. He was

never to return on crusade.

Meanwhile, Henry III died on 16 November 1272. Edward succeeded to the throne without opposition - given his

track record in military ability and his proven determination to give peace to the country, enhanced by his

magnified exploits on crusade. In Edward's absence, a proclamation in his name delcared that he had succeeded

by hereditary right, and the barons swore allegeiance to him. Edward finally arrived in London in August 1274

and was crowned at Westminster Abbey. Aged 35, he was a veteran warrior ('the best lance in all the world',

according to contemporaries), a leader with energy and vision, and with a formidable temper.

Edward was determined to enforce English kings' claims to primacy in the British Isles. The first part of his

reign was dominated by Wales. At that time, Wales consisted of a number of disunited small Welsh princedoms;

the South Welsh princes were in uneasy alliance with the Marcher lords (feudal earldoms and baronies set up

by the Norman kings to protect the English border against Welsh raids) against the Northern Welsh based in

the rocky wilds of Gwynedd, under the strong leadership of Llywelyn ap Gruffyd, Prince of Gwynedd. In 1247,

under the Treaty of Woodstock, Llywelyn had agreed that he held North Wales in fee to the English king. By

1272, Llywelyn had taken advantage of the English civil wars to consolidate his position, and the Peace of

Montgomery (1267) had confirmed his title as Prince of Wales and recognised his conquests.

However, Llywelyn maintained that the rights of his principality were 'entirely separate from the rights' of

England; he did not attend Edward's coronation and refused to do homage. Finally, in 1277 Edward decided to

fight Llywelyn 'as a rebel and disturber of the peace', and quickly defeated him. War broke out again in 1282

when Llywelyn joined his brother David in rebellion. Edward's determination, military experience and skilful

use of ships brought from England for deployment along the North Welsh coast, drove Llywelyn back into the

mountains of North Wales. The death of Llywelyn in a chance battle in 1282 and the subsequent execution of

his brother David effectively ended attempts at Welsh independence.

Under the Statute of Wales of 1284, Wales was brought into the English legal framework and the shire system

was extended. In the same year, a son was born in Wales to Edward and Queen Eleanor (also named Edward, this

future king was proclaimed the first English Prince of Wales in 1301). The Welsh campaign had produced one of

the largest armies ever assembled by an English king - some 15,000 infantry (including 9,000 Welsh and a

Gascon contingent); the army was a formidable combination of heavy Anglo-Norman cavalry and Welsh archers,

whose longbow skills laid the foundations of later military victories in France such as that at Agincourt. As

symbols of his military strength and political authority, Edward spent some Å“80,000 on a network of castles

and lesser strongholds in North Wales, employing a work-force of up to 3,500 men drawn from all over England.

(Some castles, such as Conway and Caernarvon, remain in their ruined layouts today, as examples of fortresses

integrated with fortified towns.)

Edward's campaign in Wales was based on his determination to ensure peace and extend royal authority, and it

had broad support in England. Edward saw the need to widen support among lesser landowners and the merchants

and traders of the towns. The campaigns in Wales, France and Scotland left Edward deeply in debt, and the

taxation required to meet those debts meant enrolling national support for his policies.

To raise money, Edward summoned Parliament - up to 1286 he summoned Parliaments twice a year. (The word

'Parliament' came from the 'parley' or talks which the King had with larger groups of advisers.) In 1295,

when money was needed to wage war against Philip of France (who had confiscated the duchy of Gascony), Edward

summoned the most comprehensive assembly ever summoned in England. This became known as the Model Parliament,

for it represented various estates: barons, clergy, and knights and townspeople. By the end of Edward's

reign, Parliament usually contained representatives of all these estates.

Edward used his royal authority to establish the rights of the Crown at the expense of traditional feudal

privileges, to promote the uniform administration of justice, to raise income to meet the costs of war and

government, and to codify the legal system. In doing so, his methods emphasised the role of Parliament and

the common law. With the able help of his Chancellor, Robert Burnell, Bishop of Bath and Wells, Edward

introduced much new legislation. He began by commissioning a thorough survey of local government (with the

results entered into documents known as the Hundred Rolls), which not only defined royal rights and

possessions but also revealed administrative abuses.

The First Statute of Westminster (1275) codified 51 existing laws - many originating from Magna Carta -

covering areas ranging from extortion by royal officers, lawyers and bailiffs, methods of procedure in civil

and criminal cases to freedom of elections. Edward's first Parliament also enacted legislation on wool,

England's most important export at the time. At the request of the merchants, Edward was given a customs

grant on wool and hides which amounted to nearly Å“10,000 a year. Edward also obtained income from the licence

fees imposed by the Statute of Mortmain (1279), under which gifts of land to the Church (often made to evade

death duties) had to have a royal licence.

The Statutes of Gloucester (1278) and Quo Warranto (1290) attempted to define and regulate feudal

jurisdictions, which were an obstacle to royal authority and to a uniform system of justice for all; the

Statute of Winchester (1285) codified the policing system for preserving public order. Other statutes had a

long-term effect on land law and on the feudal framework in England. The Second Statute of Westminster (1285)

restricted the alienation of land and kept entailed estates within families: tenants were only tenants for

life and not able to sell the property to others. The Third Statute of Westminster or Quia Emptores (1290)

stopped subinfeudation (in which tenants of land belonging to the King or to barons subcontracted their

properties and related feudal services).

Edward's assertion that the King of Scotland owed feudal allegiance to him, and the embittered Anglo-Scottish

relations leading to war which followed, were to overshadow the rest of Edward's reign in what was to become

known as the 'Great Cause'. Under a treaty of 1174, William the Lion of Scotland had become the vassal to

Henry II, but in 1189 Richard I had absolved William from his allegiance. Intermarriage between the English

and Scottish royal houses promoted peace between the two countries until the premature death of Alexander III

in 1286. In 1290, his granddaughter and heiress, Margaret the 'Maid of Norway' (daughter of the King of

Norway, she was pledged to be married to Edward's then only surviving son, Edward of Caernarvon), also died.

For Edward, this dynastic blow was made worse by the death in the same year of his much-loved wife Eleanor

(her body was ceremonially carried from Lincoln to Westminster for burial, and a memorial cross erected at

every one of the twelve resting places, including what became known as Charing Cross in London).

In the absence of an obvious heir to the Scottish throne, the disunited Scottish magnates invited Edward to

determine the dispute. In order to gain acceptance of his authority in reaching a verdict, Edward sought and

obtained recognition from the rival claimants that he had the 'sovereign lordship of Scotland and the right

to determine our several pretensions'. In November 1292, Edward and his 104 assessors gave the whole kingdom

to John Balliol or Baliol as the claimant closest to the royal line; Balliol duly swore loyalty to Edward and

was crowned at Scone.

John Balliol's position proved difficult. Edward insisted that Scotland was not independent and he, as

sovereign lord, had the right to hear in England appeals against Balliol's judgements in Scotland. In 1294,

Balliol lost authority amongst Scottish magnates by going to Westminster after receiving a summons from

Edward; the magnates decided to seek allies in France and concluded the 'Auld Alliance' with France (then at

war with England over the duchy of Gascony) - an alliance which was to influence Scottish history for the

next 300 years. In March 1296, having failed to negotiate a settlement, the English led by Edward sacked the

city of Berwick near the River Tweed. Balliol formally renounced his homage to Edward in April 1296, speaking

of 'grievous and intolerable injuries ... for instance by summoning us outside our realm ... as your own whim

dictated ... and so ... we renounce the fealty and homage which we have done to you'. Pausing to design and

start the rebuilding of Berwick as the financial capital of the country, Edward's forces overran remaining

Scottish resistance. Scots leaders were taken hostage, and Edinburgh Castle, amongst others, was seized.

Balliol surrendered his realm and spent the rest of his life in exile in England and Normandy.

Having humiliated Balliol, Edward's insensitive policies in Scotland continued: he appointed a trio of

Englishmen to run the country. Edward had the Stone of Scone - also known as the Stone of Destiny - on which

Scottish sovereigns had been crowned removed to London and subsequently placed in the Coronation Chair in

Westminster Abbey (where it remained until it was returned to Scotland in 1996). Edward never built stone

castles on strategic sites in Scotland, as he had done so successfully in Wales - possibly because he did not

have the funds for another ambitious castle-building programme.

By 1297, Edward was facing the biggest crisis in his reign, and his commitments outweighed his resources.

Chronic debts were being incurred by wars against France, in Flanders, Gascony and Wales as well as Scotland;

the clergy were refusing to pay their share of the costs, with the Archbishop of Canterbury threatening

excommunication; Parliament was reluctant to contribute to Edward's expensive and unsuccessful military

policies; the Earls of Hereford and Norfolk refused to serve in Gascony, and the barons presented a formal

statement of their grievances. In the end, Edward was forced to reconfirm the Charters (including Magna

Carta) to obtain the money he required; the Archbishop was eventually suspended in 1306 by the new Gascon

Pope Clement V; a truce was declared with France in 1297, followed by a peace treaty in 1303 under which the

French king restored the duchy of Gascony to Edward.

In Scotland, Edward pursued a series of campaigns from 1298 onwards. William Wallace had risen in Balliol's

name and recovered most of Scotland, before being defeated by Edward at the battle of Falkirk in 1298.

(Wallace escaped, only to be captured in 1305, allegedly by the treachery of a fellow Scot and taken to

London, where he was executed.) In 1304, Edward summoned a full Parliament (which elected Scottish

representatives also attended), in which arrangements for the settlement of Scotland were made. The new

government in Scotland featured a Council, which included Robert the Bruce. Bruce unexpectedly rebelled in

1306 by killing a fellow counsellor and was crowned king of Scotland at Scone. Despite his failing health,

Edward was carried north to pursue another campaign, but he died en route at Burgh on Sands on 7 July 1307

aged 68.

According to chroniclers, Edward requested that his bones should be carried on Scottish campaigns and that

his heart be taken to the Holy Land. However, Edward was buried at Westminster Abbey in a plain black marble

tomb, which in later years was painted with the words Scottorum malleus (Hammer of the Scots) and Pactum

serva (Keep troth). Throughout the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, the Exchequer paid to keep candles

burning 'round the body of the Lord Edward, formerly King of England, of famous memory'.[207]

Research: Defeated and killed Simon De Montfort at Eversham in 1265 and reclaimed the throne; Conquored Wales

in 1284; Created first "recognized" Parliament meetings to discuss funding for the kingdoms

On 18 Oct 1254 when Edward was 15, he married Eleanor (Leonor) DE CASTILE ET LEON of Castille, in Abbey of

Los Heulgas, Burgos, Spain.

They had the following children:
i. Joan (Died as Infant) (1265-<1265)
ii. John (1266-1271)
iii. Henry (1268-1274)
iv. Eleanor (~1269-1298)
v. infant (Died as Infant) (1271-)
9875 vi. Joanna (Joan) (1272-1307)
vii. Alfonso (Died as Child) (1273-1284)
viii. Margaret (1275-1318)
ix. Berengaria (Died as Infant) (1276-)
x. Mary (1279-1332)
20303 xi. Isabel (Elizabeth) (1282-1316)
10232 xii. Edward (1284-1327)
xiii. infant (Died as Infant)
xiv. Katherine (Died as Infant) (-1264)

19751 Eleanor (Leonor) DE CASTILE ET LEON of Castille. Born in 1241 in Castile, Burgos, Spain. Eleanor

(Leonor) died in Harby, Grantham, Nottinghamshire, England on 28 Nov 1290, she was 49.[259, p 83] Buried in

Westminster abbey, Westminster, Middlesex, England.

Research: Upon the death of Eleanor of Castile, Edward I was deep
heartbroken at her loss. Crosses were erected along the route which her
entourage followed while taking her body to be buried in London. Some of these
crosses still stand today.

19752 William DE FERRERS 7th Earl of Derby. William died in 1254.[246, p 197] died from a carriage accident

over the bridge of St. Neots, Huntingdon, England. Buried on 31 Mar 1254.[3, line 57-29]

William married Margaret DE QUINCY.

They had the following children:
i. Robert (1239-1279)
ii. Agnes (->1281)
9876 iii. William (~1240-<1287)
10181 iv. Joan (-1309)

19753 Margaret DE QUINCY. Margaret died abt 12 Mar 1280.[3, line 57-29]

19754 same as ahnentafel number 19716

19755 same as ahnentafel number 19717

19758 Sir Hugh DE PLESSY. Born in Oxfordshire, England.

9879 i. Christine

19762 same as ahnentafel number 10164

19763 same as ahnentafel number 10165

19764 Theobald DE VERDUN 1st Lord Verdun. Born abt 1248. Theobald died in Alton, Stafford, England on 24 Aug

1309, he was 61.[3, line 70-31] Occupation: Constable of Ireland, Lord of Dulek.[3, line 70-31]

bef 6 Nov 1276 when Theobald was 28, he married Margery (Eleanor).[3, line 70-31]

They had one child:
9882 i. Theobald (1278-1316)

19765 Margery (Eleanor). Born in Bisley, Gloucester, England.[3, line 70-31] heiress to 1/4 hundred of this


19766 same as ahnentafel number 9980

19767 same as ahnentafel number 9981

19940 Ralph BASSET Lord Basset of Drayton. Ralph died on 4 Aug 1265 in Battle of Evesham.[3, line

55-29],[124, vol 2, p 1, 2] Occupation: Member of Parliament, 1264.[3, line 55-29] Residence: Drayton,

Stafford, England.

Ralph married Margaret DE SOMERY.

They had one child:
9970 i. Ralph (-1299)

19941 Margaret DE SOMERY. Margaret died aft 18 Jun 1293.[3, line 55-29],[124, vol 2, p 2]

19952 William DE BEAUCHAMP. Born abt 1215. William died in Elmley Castle, Worcester, England bef 9 May

1269, he was 54.[3, p 84]

William married Isabel MADUIT.

They had the following children:
9976 i. William (1237-1298)
ii. Sarah (->1317)

19953 Isabel MADUIT. Isabel died aft 7 Jan 1267.[3, p 84] Buried in Nunnery of Cokehill.

19954 Sir John FITZGEOFFREY Justicar of Ireland.[3, line 246C-28] Born in Shere, Surrey, England. John died

on 23 Nov 1258.[3, line 246C-28] Residence: Fambridge, Essex, England.

aft 1230 John married Isabel BIGOD.

They had the following children:
9977 i. Maud (~1245-~1301)
ii. Avelina (-~1274)

19955 Isabel BIGOD. Born abt 1210 in Norfolk, England.[3, line 70-29]

19956 Roger DE TOENI Lord Flamstead. Born in 1235 in Flamstead, Herts, England.[3, p 98 line 30] Roger died

bef 12 May 1264, he was 29.[218, line 101a-3]

Roger married Alice DE BOHUN.

They had the following children:
i. Robert
9978 ii. Ralph (1255-<1295)

19957 Alice DE BOHUN. Born in 1235.[218, line 101A-3] Alice died bef 12 May 1264, she was 29.[218, line


19960 Lord Roger DE MORTIMER 6th Baron of Wigmore.[124] Roger died bef 30 Oct 1282 in Kingland, Hereford,

England.[3, line 27-29] Buried in Wigmore, Herefordshire, England.

Research: Enlisted 28 Aug 1861 at Allegany NY in the 64th NY Infantry. He was wounded in the head by a piece

of shell and left by his companions for dead, but later was taken to a hospital; when sufficiently recovered

to return home was discharged from the service his health permanently impaired[294]

In 1247 Roger married Maud DE BRAIOSE[124, vol 10, p 220, note "i"].[3, line 28-29]

They had the following children:
i. Roger[124],[3]
9980 ii. Edmund (1261-1304)
40837 iii. Isabella (1248->1300)
iv. Margaret
v. Ralph
vi. Geoffrey

19961 Maud DE BRAIOSE.[124, vol 10, p 220, note "i"] Maud died bef 23 Mar 1300.[3]

19962 William DE FIENNES. William died in 1302.[3, line 152-29] Occupation: Sire de Fiennes et de Tingry.[3]

William married Blanche DE BRIENNE[3].

They had the following children:
9981 i. Margaret (-1333)
ii. Joan (-<1309)

19963 Blanche DE BRIENNE.[3]

19964 Geoffrey DE GENEVILLE (JOINVILLE) Lord of Meath. Born aft 1225. Geoffrey died in House of the Friars

Preachers at Trim on 21 Oct 1314, he was 89. Buried in House of the Friars Preachers at Trim. Occupation:

Seigneur of Vaucouleurs in Champagne; Lord of Meath, Ireland.[3]

Geoffrey married Maud DE LACY.

They had one child:
9982 i. Piers (Pierce) (-<1292)

19965 Maud DE LACY. Maud died on 11 Apr 1314.[218, line 12-4]

19966 Count Hugh DE LUSIGNAN XII. Born aft 25 Oct 1270. Occupation: Comte de la March et Angouleme.

Hugh married Jeanne DE FOUGERES.

They had one child:
9983 i. Joan (Jeanne) (-<1323)

19967 Jeanne DE FOUGERES. Jeanne died aft 1273.

20300 Sir Hugh DE COURTENAY 2nd/9th Earl of Devon.[3] Hugh died on 23 Dec 1340.[3, line 51-31, line 125-4]

In 1292 Hugh married Agnes DE ST. JOHN.[218, line 125-4]

They had the following children:
i. Thomas[3, p 51a line 32] (-1356)
10150 ii. Hugh (1303-1377)

20301 Agnes DE ST. JOHN. Agnes died on 11 Jun 1345.[3, line 125-4]

20302 Humphrey DE BOHUN 8th Earl of Hereford.[431, p. 259],[447, p. 112],[259, p 83] Born abt 1276 in Pleshy

Castle, Essex, England.[28, p 33] Humphrey died in Boroughbridge, England on 16 Mar 1322, he was 46.[3, line

97-30] killed in battle. Buried in Church of Friars Preachers, York, England.[28, p 33] Occupation: Earl of

Hereford and Essex, Lord High Constable of England.

On 14 Nov 1302 when Humphrey was 26, he married Isabel (Elizabeth) PLANTAGENET, in Westminster, London,

England.[3, line 97-31]

They had the following children:
10151 i. Margaret (1311-1391)
ii. William[198] (~1303-1360)
iii. Eleanor (Alianor) (1304-1363)
iv. Mary
v. John (-1336)
vi. Humphrey (-1361)

20303 Isabel (Elizabeth) PLANTAGENET. Born on 7 Aug 1282 in Rhudlan Castle, Caernarvon, Wales.[28, p 33]

Isabel (Elizabeth) died in Quendon, Essex, England on 5 May 1316, she was 33.[3, line 97-31; line 6-29]

Buried in Walden Abbey, Hertfordshire, England.

20328 Giles DE BADLESMERE.

Research: He lost his life in a skirmish with the Welsh, in the 32nd year of King Henry III., and was

succeeded by his son, Gunceline.

10164 i. Gunceline (Gunselm)

20332 same as ahnentafel number 19748

20333 same as ahnentafel number 19749

20334 Sir Maurice FITZGERALD Lord Justice of Ireland. Born abt 1238 in Offely. Maurice died in 1286, he was


Maurice married Emmeline LONGESPEÉ.

They had one child:
10167 i. Juliana

20335 Emmeline LONGESPEÉ.

20344 Sir Alan DE LA ZOUCHE Lord Zouche of Ashby. Alan died on 12 Aug 1270.[218, line 74-3],[124, vol 12, p

934] died of wounds received on 1 July 1270 by John de Warenne, Earl of Surrey, during the course of a

lawsuit before the justices in Westminster hall. Occupation: Baron Zouche of Ashby la Zouche, co. Leicester;

Constable of the Tower of London.[218, line 74-3]

Research: In March 1308/9, as a subdeacon, he was serving as rector of Jacobstowe, co. Cornwall and was

exchanged with the rector of Thurlestone, being installed in that benefice on 18 March. He was exchanged

again and reinstalled at Jacobstowe as its rector on 20 Nov 1309 by Dame Joan de Champernoun. He was

ordained deacon on 22 Dec 1313 and priest on 23 Mar 1313/4 (Stapledon, p. 224). He was dismissed as rector

of Jacobstowe shortly before 23 Aug 1333 when his successor was installed. On 13 Aug 1333 he succeeded

Reginald de Campo Arnulphi as rector of Ilfracombe, being presented to the church by William de Campo

Arnulphi (Grandison, p. 1294-5). On 18 Oct 1334, he received a license of non-residence for a year of study

(Grandison, p. 767).

bef 1242 Alan married Elena (Helen) DE QUINCY.[218, line 74-3],[124, vol 12, p 934]

They had the following children:
10219 i. Margery
ii. Roger (~1242-<1285)
10172 iii. Eudo (Eudes) (-<1279)

20345 Elena (Helen) DE QUINCY. Elena (Helen) died bef 20 Aug 1296.[198, chart 3],[218, line 90-3, line

74-3],[124, vol 12, p 934]

20346 same as ahnentafel number 19714

20347 same as ahnentafel number 19715

20348 John LOVEL. Born abt 1222.[124, vol 8, p 215] aged 25 at his father's death. John died in 1287, he was

65.[124, vol 8, p 215]

John married Maud DE SYNDENHAM.

They had one child:
10174 i. John (~1255-<1310)

20349 Maud DE SYNDENHAM.

20350 Arnold DE BOIS. Born in Thorpe Arnold, Leicester, England.[124, vol 8, p 217]

10175 i. Isabel (-<1280)
ii. William

20354 Robert DE VESPONT. Occupation: Hereditary Sheriff of Westmorland.[124, vol 3, p 290]

Robert married Lady Isabel FITZJOHN.

They had one child:
10177 i. Isabel (-1292)

20355 Lady Isabel FITZJOHN. Occupation: Lady of Appleby and Brough.

20360 Maurice DE BERKELEY Lord Berkeley. Born in 1218.[3, line 26-28] Maurice died on 4 Apr 1281, he was

63.[3, line 26-28]

abt 12 Jul 1247 when Maurice was 29, he married Isabel DE CHILHAM.[3, line 26-28]

They had one child:
10180 i. Thomas (-1321)

20361 Isabel DE CHILHAM. Born abt 1218. Isabel died on 7 Jul 1276, she was 58.[3, line 26-28]

20362 same as ahnentafel number 19752

20363 same as ahnentafel number 19753

20384 William DE ROS. Born aft 1192. William died abt 1264, he was 72.[124, vol 11, p 94]

William married Lucy FITZPIERS.

They had the following children:
10192 i. Robert (1223-1285)
ii. William (-<1310)

20385 Lucy FITZPIERS. Lucy died aft 1266.[124, vol 11, p 94]

20386 William D'AUBIGNY Lord of Belvoir. William died in 1242.[218, line 1-2]

William married Isabel.

They had one child:
10193 i. Isabel (-1301)

20387 Isabel. Isabel died aft 1285.[218, line 1-2]

20388 Sir Oliver DE VAUX.[124, vol 11, p 97]

10194 i. John

20416 Sir Henry DE PERCY. Born abt 1235.[124, vol 10, pp 455-464] Henry died on 29 Aug 1272, he was 37.

Buried in Sallay. Occupation: Knighted 1257.

On 8 Sep 1268 when Henry was 33, he married Alianore (Eleanor) DE WARENNE, in York, England.

They had the following children:
10208 i. Henry (1273-1314)
ii. John (1270-)

20417 Alianore (Eleanor) DE WARENNE. Born in 1251. Alianore (Eleanor) died aft 1282, she was 31.

20418 Sir Richard FITZALAN Earl of Arundel. Born on 3 Feb 1266.[124, vol 1, pp 240-241] Richard died on 9 Mar

1301, he was 35.[3, line 28-31] Occupation: Earl of Arundel, 1289; M.P. 1295.

bef 1285 when Richard was 18, he married Alasia DE SALUZZO.[218, line 134-5]

They had the following children:
10209 i. Eleanor (-1328)
ii. Margaret
iii. Edmund (1285-1326)
iv. John

20419 Alasia DE SALUZZO. Alasia died on 25 Sep 1292.[3, line 28-30]

20424 King of England Henry PLANTAGENET III. Born on 1 Oct 1207 in Winchester, Hampshire, England.[259, p

83],[3, line 1-27] Henry died in Westminster, Middlesex, England on 16 Nov 1272, he was 65.[28, pp

280-281],[124, vol 5, p 736] or Bury St. Edmonds, Suffolk, England. Buried on 20 Nov 1272 in Westminster

Abbey, Westminster, Middlesex, England.

Research: Defeated and killed Lewes in 1264 by Simon De Montfort, who took the throne; Henry started the

100-Years War about 1337; during his reign, England won many important battles in France, including Crecy

(1346) and Poitiers (1356).[9]

Henry III, King John's son, was only nine when he became King. By 1227, when he assumed power from his

regent, order had been restored, based on his acceptance of Magna Carta. However, the King's failed campaigns

in France (1230 and 1242), his choice of friends and advisers, together with the cost of his scheme to make

one of his younger sons King of Sicily and help the Pope against the Holy Roman Emperor, led to further

disputes with the barons and united opposition in Church and State. Although Henry was extravagant and his

tax demands were resented, the King's accounts show a list of many charitable donations and payments for

building works (including the rebuilding of Westminster Abbey which began in 1245).

The Provisions of Oxford (1258) and the Provisions of Westminster (1259) were attempts by the nobles to

define common law in the spirit of Magna Carta, control appointments and set up an aristocratic council.

Henry tried to defeat them by obtaining papal absolution from his oaths, and enlisting King Louis XI's help.

Henry renounced the Provisions in 1262 and war broke out. The barons, under their leader, Simon de Montfort,

were initially successful and even captured Henry. However, Henry escaped, joined forces with the lords of

the Marches (on the Welsh border), and Henry finally defeated and killed de Montfort at the Battle of Evesham

in 1265. Royal authority was restored by the Statute of Marlborough (1267), in which the King also promised

to uphold Magna Carta and some of the Provisions of Westminster.[207]

On 24 Jan 1236 when Henry was 28, he married Eleanor BERENGER of Provence, in Canterbury Castle, Canterbury,

Kent, England.[28, p 281]

They had the following children:
19750 i. Edward (1239-1307)
ii. Margaret (1240-1275)
10212 iii. Edmund (1245-1296)
iv. Richard (Died as Child) (~1247-<1256)
v. John (Died as Child) (~1250-<1256)
vi. Beatrice (1252-1275)
vii. Katherine (Died as Child) (1253-1257)
viii. Henry (Died as Child)

20425 Eleanor BERENGER of Provence. Born in 1217 in Aix-En-Provence, France.[259, p 83] Eleanor died in

Amesbury, Wiltshire, England on 24 Jun 1291, she was 74.[3, line 111-30] Alias/AKA: Èlèonor.

20426 Robert CAPET I, Count of Artois. Born in 1216. Robert died in 1250, he was 34.[3, line 113-29]

Robert married Maud DE BRABANT.

They had one child:
10213 i. Blanche (-1302)

20427 Maud DE BRABANT. Born in 1224. Maud died in 1288, she was 64.

20428 Patrick DE CHAWORTH.

10214 i. Patrick (-~1283)

20436 Roger FITZJOHN. Roger died in 1249.

Roger married Isabel.

They had one child:
10218 i. Robert (-1310)

20437 Isabel.

20438 same as ahnentafel number 20344

20439 same as ahnentafel number 20345

20440 Henry DE ALDITHLEY. Born abt 1175.[124, vol 1, p 337] Henry died bef Nov 1246, he was 71.[124, vol 1,

p 337]

In 1217 when Henry was 42, he married Bertred MAINWARING.[124, vol 1, p 227]

They had one child:
10220 i. James (~1220-1276)

20441 Bertred MAINWARING. Bertred died aft 1249.[124, vol 1, p 337]

20442 William LONGESPEÉ 3rd Earl of Salisbury.[124, vol 1, p 338] Born abt 1176.[3, line 30-26] William died

on 8 Feb 1249, he was 73.[124, vol 11, p 383] died in battle with Saracens at Mansura, on the Nile river.

William married Idoine DE CAMVILLE.

They had the following children:
10221 i. Ela
ii. William (-1257)
iii. Ida (Idonea)[124, Vol XI, p. 382n]
40670 iv. Stephen (-1260)

20443 Idoine DE CAMVILLE. Idoine died bef 21 Sep 1252.[124, vol 11, p 383]

20458 Sir Piers DE MONTFORT.

Piers married Maud DE LA MARE.

They had one child:
10229 i. Elizabeth

20459 Maud DE LA MARE.

20462 John DE TREGOZ Lord Tregoz.

10231 i. Sibyl

20464 same as ahnentafel number 19750

20465 same as ahnentafel number 19751

20466 King of France Philippe CAPET IV "The Fair". Born in 1268 in Fontainebleu, France.[214, p 260],[203,

line 51-24] Philippe died in Fontainebleu, France on 29 Nov 1314, he was 46.[209],[215, p 286],[203, line

51-24] Buried in St. Denis. Occupation: King of France 1285-1314.

On 16 Aug 1284 when Philippe was 16, he married Jeanne (Joan) DE NAVARRE, in Paris, France.[214, p 260],[203,

line 51-24]

They had the following children:
i. Marguerite (1288-1300)
ii. Louis (1289-1316)
iii. Blanche (1290-1294)
10233 iv. Isabelle (Isabella) (1292-1358)
v. Philip (1292-1322)
vi. Charles (1294-1328)
vii. Robert (1297-1309)

20467 Jeanne (Joan) DE NAVARRE. Born in Jan 1272.[214, p 260] Jeanne (Joan) died on 2 Apr 1305, she was


20468 Jean DE AVESNES II, Count of Hainault. Born in 1247 in Brabant, Holland.[203, line 50-24] Jean died on

22 Aug 1304, he was 57.[203, line 50-24]

In 1270 when Jean was 23, he married Philippa DE LUXEMBOURG.[203, line 50-24]

They had one child:
10234 i. William (Guillame) (1280-1337)

20469 Philippa DE LUXEMBOURG. Philippa died in 1311.

20470 Charles DE VALOIS Duke of Anjou. Born in 1270. Charles died in 1325, he was 55.[215, p 286] Occupation:

Count of Valois and Alençon.

In 1290 when Charles was 20, he married Princess Marguerite of Sicily.

They had the following children:
i. Isabelle (1292-1309)
ii. Philippe (1293-1350)
iii. Marguerite (1295-1342)
iv. Charles (1297-1346)
v. Catherine (1299-)
10235 vi. Joan (Jeanne) (-~1342)

20471 Princess Marguerite of Sicily. Born in 1274. Marguerite died in 1299, she was 25. Alias/AKA: Margaret.

20472 Richard DE BURGH 3rd Earl of Ulster.

Richard married Margaret.

They had one child:
10236 i. John (-1313)

20473 Margaret.

20474 same as ahnentafel number 9874

20475 same as ahnentafel number 9875

16th Generation

38912 Sir Robert HILDYARD Lord of Normanby. Robert died aft 1272.

Robert married Jane DE LA WARRE.

They had one child:
19456 i. Peter

38913 Jane DE LA WARRE.

39426 David ATHOLL Earl of Huntingdon.[198, chart 3] Born abt 1144. David died in 1219, he was 75.

David married Matilda (Maud) of Chester.

They had the following children:
i. Isabel
79015 ii. Margaret
iii. Maud
19713 iv. Ada
v. John (-1237)

39427 Matilda (Maud) of Chester. Matilda (Maud) died in 1233.

39430 William DE BRAIOSE 14th Lord of Abergavenny.[295] William died on 2 May 1230.[3, p 177 line 8],[124,

vol 1, p 22]

William married Eva MARSHALL[3, p 66 line 28].

They had the following children:
19961 i. Maud (-<1300)
19715 ii. Eve (-<1265)

39431 Eva MARSHALL.[3, p 66 line 28] Eva died bef 1246.

39432 Hugh LE DESPENSER.[124, vol.IV, pp.259-260, note c] Hugh died aft 23 Feb 1238.[124, vol 4, p 259]

19716 i. Hugh (1223-1265)
ii. Parnell

39434 Sir Philip BASSET Justiciar of England.[3, 148A-31r] Born in Wycombe, Bucks, England. Philip died on 29

Oct 1271.

Philip married Hawise DE LOVAINE.

They had one child:
19717 i. Aline (-<1281)

39435 Hawise DE LOVAINE.

39496 Sir Gilbert DE CLARE 7th Earl of Clare. Born abt 1180.[3, line 63-28] Gilbert died in Penrose,

Brittany, France on 25 Oct 1230, he was 50.[3, line 63-28],[218, line 153-5] Occupation: Magna Charta Surety,

1215; 4th Earl of Gloucester.[124, Lord of Annandale]

On 9 Oct 1217 when Gilbert was 37, he married Isabel MARSHALL.[218, line 153-5]

They had the following children:
i. Isabella[124] (1226->1264)
19748 ii. Richard (1222-1262)

39497 Isabel MARSHALL. Born on 9 Oct 1200.[9, p 521, chart 38] Isabel died in Berhampstead, England on 17 Jan

1239, she was 38.[3, line 63-28]

39498 John DE LACY 1st Earl of Lincoln. John died aft 1232.[124, vol 4, Chart 4] Occupation: Magna Charta

Surety, 1215.[218, line 107-3; line 54-1]

bef 21 Jun 1221 John married Margaret DE QUINCY.[218, line 107-3; line 54-1],[124, vol 7, p 676]

They had the following children:
i. Edmund (-1257)
19749 ii. Maud (-1288)

39499 Margaret DE QUINCY. Margaret died bef 30 Mar 1266.[218, line 107-3]

39500 same as ahnentafel number 20424

39501 same as ahnentafel number 20425

39502 King of Castile Alfonsez Ferdinand DE CASTILE III. Born on 5 Aug 1201 in Castile, Leon, Spain.[203,

line 52-25] Alfonsez Ferdinand died in Sevilla, Spain on 30 May 1252, he was 50.[203, line 52-25] Buried in

Sevilla, Spain.

In 1237 when Alfonsez Ferdinand was 35, he married Joanna (Joan) DE DAMMARTIN Countess of Ponthieu, in

Castile, Spain.[203, line 52-25]

They had the following children:
19751 i. Eleanor (Leonor) (1241-1290)
ii. Alfonso (-1284)

39503 Joanna (Joan) DE DAMMARTIN Countess of Ponthieu. Born abt 1218 in Normandy, Dammartin, Seine-et-Marne,

France. Joanna (Joan) died in Abbeville, Somme, France on 16 Mar 1279, she was 61.

39504 William DE FERRERS 4th Earl of Derby. William died on 22 Sep 1247.[246, p 197],[3, line 194-7]

William married Agnes DE CHESTER.

They had the following children:
19752 i. William (-1254)
ii. Thomas

39505 Agnes DE CHESTER.

39506 Roger DE QUINCY 2nd Earl of Winchester. Roger died on 25 Apr 1264.[198, chart 3],[124, vol 12, p 753]

Buried in Brackley, England.[124, vol 12, p 754]

Roger married Helen of Galloway[198, chart 3].

They had the following children:
20345 i. Elena (Helen) (-<1296)
19753 ii. Margaret (-~1280)
iii. Elizabeth (Isabel) (->1282)

39507 Helen of Galloway.[198, chart 3] Helen died aft 21 Nov 1245.[124, vol 12, p 753] Buried in Brackley,


39528 John DE VERDUN. John died on 21 Oct 1274.[3, line 70-30],[218, line 13-4]

On 14 May 1244 John married Margaret DE LACY Lady of Dulek.[3, line 70-30]

They had one child:
19764 i. Theobald (~1248-1309)

39529 Margaret DE LACY Lady of Dulek. Margaret died in 1256.[3, line 70-30]

39880 Ralph BASSET.

19940 i. Ralph (-1265)

39882 Roger DE SOMERY. Born in Dudley, Warwick, England. Roger died bef 26 Aug 1273.[3, line 55-28],[124,

vol 12, p 113]

Roger married Nichole D'AUBIGNY.

They had the following children:
19941 i. Margaret (->1293)
ii. Joan (-1282)

39883 Nichole D'AUBIGNY. Nichole died bef 1254.[218, line 136-2]

39904 Walter (Walcheline) DE BEAUCHAMP.[246] Born ca 1180 in Elmley, Gloucester, England. Walter

(Walcheline) died on 14 Apr 1236, he was 56.[222, p 76]

Walter (Walcheline) married Joane DE MORTIMER.

They had one child:
19952 i. William (~1215-<1269)

39905 Joane DE MORTIMER. Born in Worcester, England. Joane died in 1268.[222, p 76]

39906 Chamberlain of Exchequer William MADUIT Lord of Hanslope.[3, p 84] Born in Hanslip, Warwickshire,

England. William died in Apr 1257.

William married Alice DE NEWBURGH.

They had the following children:
19953 i. Isabel (->1267)
ii. William[124, vol 4, chart 3]

39907 Alice DE NEWBURGH. Born in 1196 in Hanslip, Warwickshire, England. Alice died bef 1263, she was 67.[3,

p 84]

39908 Geoffrey FITZPIERS 4th Earl of Essex. Born ca 1162 in Walden, Essex, England. Geoffrey died on 14 Oct

1213, he was 51. Buried in Shouldham Priory. Occupation: Justiciar of England 1198-1213. Sheriff of

Northampton, Essex, Hertford.[3, line 246B-27]

bef 29 May 1205 when Geoffrey was 43, he married Aveline DE CLARE.

They had the following children:
19954 i. John (-1258)
ii. Hawise (-<1243)

39909 Aveline DE CLARE. Born bef 1172 in Hereford, England. Aveline died bef 4 Jun 1225, she was 53.[3,

line 246B-28]

39910 Hugh BIGOD 3rd Earl of Norfolk. Born in Norfolk, England. Hugh died in Feb 1224.[3, line 69-28]

Occupation: Magna Charta Surety.[218]

aft 1207 Hugh married Maud MARSHALL.[3, line 70-28]

They had the following children:
19955 i. Isabel (~1210-)
ii. Simon (-<1242)
iii. Hugh (-<1266)

39911 Maud MARSHALL. Born in Pembroke, Wales. Maud died on 1/7 Apr 1248.[3, line 69-28]

39912 Lord Ralph DE TOENI VI. Occupation: Lord Flamstead (1189-1239).

Ralph married Petronilla DE LACY.

They had one child:
19956 i. Roger (1235-<1264)

39913 Petronilla DE LACY.

39914 Humphrey DE BOHUN V, 2nd Earl of Hereford.[198, chart 9],[124, vol 12, p 753] Born in 1208.[218, line

101A-2] Humphrey died on 24 Sep 1275, he was 67.[218, line 101A-2]

Humphrey married Maud DE LUSIGNAN.

They had the following children:
81208 i. Humphrey (~1224-1295)
19957 ii. Alice (1235-<1264)
iii. Maud (-1252)

39915 Maud DE LUSIGNAN. Maud died on 14 Aug 1241.[218, line 101A-2]

39920 Ralph DE MORTIMER.[124] Born in 1160. Ralph died on 6 Aug 1246, he was 86.[3, line 27-28]

Ralph married Gwladys Ddu.

They had the following children:
19960 i. Roger (-<1282)
ii. Isolt

39921 Gwladys Ddu. Gwladys Ddu died in 1251. Alias/AKA: Gladys.

39922 same as ahnentafel number 39430

39923 same as ahnentafel number 39431

39924 Enguerrand DE FIENNES Lord of Fiennes. Alias/AKA: Ingelram.

40605 i. Maud
19962 ii. William (-1302)

39928 Simon DE GENEVILLE (JOINVILLE) Seneschal of Champagne.

19964 i. Geoffrey (>1225-1314)

39930 Gilbert DE LACY. Born in 1200 in Ewyas Lacy, Hereford, England. Gilbert died in 1230, he was 30.[3,

line 70-29]

Gilbert married Isabel BIGOD.

They had the following children:
39529 i. Margaret (-1256)
19965 ii. Maud (-1314)

39931 same as ahnentafel number 19955

40600 Sir Hugh DE COURTENAY Baron of Oakhampton. Hugh died on 28 Feb 1291.

Hugh married Eleanor (Ailenor) LE DESPENSER.

They had one child:
20300 i. Hugh (-1340)

40601 Eleanor (Ailenor) LE DESPENSER. Eleanor (Ailenor) died on 1 Oct 1328.

40602 John DE ST. JOHN. John died in Sep 1302.

bef 29 Jun 1256 John married Alice FITZREGINALD.[3, line 262-31]

They had one child:
20301 i. Agnes (-1345)


40604 Humphrey DE BOHUN VII, Earl of Hereford. Born ca 1249. Humphrey died on 31 Dec 1298, he was 49.[124,

vol 4, Chart 1]

In 1275 when Humphrey was 26, he married Maud DE FIENNES.[3, line 97-30]

They had one child:
20302 i. Humphrey (~1276-1322)

40605 Maud DE FIENNES.

40606 same as ahnentafel number 19750

40607 same as ahnentafel number 19751

40656 William DE BADLESMERE.

Research: As a subdeacon, he was presented as rector of Jacobstowe, co. Cornwall by Dame Dionisia de Campo

Arnulphi in March 1284 (Bronescombe, p. 347)

20328 i. Giles

40670 Stephen LONGESPEÉ Justiciar of Ireland. Stephen died in 1260.[3, line 31-27]

Stephen married Emeline DE RIDELISFORD.

They had the following children:
20335 i. Emmeline
ii. Ela[198, chart 9] (-<1276)

40671 Emeline DE RIDELISFORD. Emeline died in 1276.[3, line 31-27]

40688 Roger DE LA ZOUCHE. Roger died on 14 May 1238.[124, vol 12, p 932]

Roger married Margaret.

They had the following children:
20344 i. Alan (-1270)
ii. William
iii. Lorette
iv. Alice

40689 Margaret. Margaret died aft 1232.[124, vol 12, p 932]

40690 same as ahnentafel number 39506

40691 same as ahnentafel number 39507

40696 John LOVEL. John died on 23 Dec 1252.[124, vol 8, p 214]

bef Aug 1216 John married BASSET.[124, vol 8, p 214]

They had one child:
20348 i. John (~1222-1287)

40697 BASSET.

40720 Lord Berkeley Thomas DE BERKELEY. Born abt 1170.[3, line 26-28] Thomas died in 1243, he was 73.[3,

line 26-28]

Thomas married Joan DE SOMERY[124, vol 2, p 127].

They had one child:
20360 i. Maurice (1218-1281)

40721 Joan DE SOMERY.[124, vol 2, p 127]

40722 Richard FITZROY. Born abt 1186.[124, vol 2, p 127] Richard died in 1270, he was 84.

Richard married Rohese DE DOVER.

They had one child:
20361 i. Isabel (~1218-1276)

40723 Rohese DE DOVER. Rohese died in 1264.[3, line 26-27]

40768 Robert DE ROS "Furfan". Born abt 1170.[124, vol 11, p 92] he was a minor in 1185. Robert died bef 23

Dec 1226, he was 56.[124, vol 11, p 93]

In 1191 when Robert was 21, he married Isabel ATHOLL, in Haddington.[124, vol 11, p 93]

They had the following children:
20384 i. William (>1192-~1264)
ii. Robert (-1269)

40769 Isabel ATHOLL.

40770 Piers FITZHERBERT.[124, vol 11, p 94, note (h)] Born in Brecknock, Wales.

20385 i. Lucy (->1266)
ii. Herbert
iii. Reynold

40772 William D'AUBIGNY Lord of Belvoir. William died on 1 May 1236.[218, line 1-1] Occupation: Magna Charta

surety, 1215.

William married Margery DE UMFREVILLE.

They had one child:
20386 i. William (-1242)

40773 Margery DE UMFREVILLE.

40832 William DE PERCY. Born aft 1202. William died on 28 Jul 1245, he was 43. Buried in Sallay Abbey.

William married Ellen DE BALLIOL.

They had the following children:
20416 i. Henry (~1235-1272)
ii. Ingram
iii. William
iv. Walter
v. Alan
vi. Jocelyn

40833 Ellen DE BALLIOL.

40834 John DE WARENNE Earl of Surrey. John died in 1304.

John married Alice DE LUSIGNAN.

They had the following children:
20417 i. Alianore (Eleanor) (1251->1282)
ii. Isabella

40835 Alice DE LUSIGNAN.

40836 John FITZALAN Earl of Arundel. Born on 14 Sep 1246.[218, line 134-4] John died on 18 Mar 1271, he was

24.[124, vol 1, p 240, 253] Occupation: Earl of Arundel, Lord of Clun.[3, line 28-30]

John married Isabella DE MORTIMER.

They had the following children:
20418 i. Richard (1266-1301)
ii. Maud (~1260-)

40837 Isabella DE MORTIMER. Born in 1248. Isabella died aft 1300, she was 52.

40838 Thomas DE SALUZZO Marquis of Saluzzo.

Thomas married Luisa DE CAVE.

They had one child:
20419 i. Alasia (-1292)

40839 Luisa DE CAVE.

40848 King of England John PLANTAGENET Lackland.[259, p 83],[124, vol 5, p 736] Born on 24 Dec 1167 in Kings

Manorhouse, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. John died in Newark-On-Trent, Newark, Nottinghamshire, England on

19 Oct 1216, he was 48. Buried in Worcester Cathedral, Worcestershire, England.

Research: "Over-saw" the throne in the absence of King Richard I (the Lion-Hearted); hated by the Barons -

punished them while he broke his own laws; Barons rebelled with help of Stephen Langton, Archbishop of

Canterbury, and created the Magna Carta (Great Charter) in 1215 - forced John to sign - document became the

foundation for legal rights of all English people. Also known as "Bad Prince John" of Robin Hood fame.[9]

John was an able administrator interested in law and government but he neither trusted others nor was trusted

by them. Heavy taxation, disputes with the Church (John was excommunicated by the Pope in 1209) and

unsuccessful attempts to recover his French possessions made him unpopular. Many of his barons rebelled and

in June 1215 they forced the King to sign a peace treaty accepting their reforms.

This treaty, later known as Magna Carta, limited royal powers, defined feudal obligations between the King

and the barons, and guaranteed a number of rights. The most influential clauses concerned the freedom of the

Church; the redress of grievances of owners and tenants of land; the need to consult the Great Council of the

Realm so as to prevent unjust taxation; mercantile and trading relationships; regulation of the machinery of

justice so that justice be denied to no one; and the requirement to control the behaviour of royal officials.

The most important clauses established the basis of habeas corpus ('you have the body'), i.e. that no one

shall be imprisoned except by due process of law, and that 'to no one will we sell, to no one will we refuse

or delay right or justice'.

The Charter also established a council of barons who were to ensure that the Sovereign observed the Charter,

with the right to wage war on him if he did not. Magna Carta was the first formal document insisting that the

Sovereign was as much under the rule of law as his people, and that the rights of individuals were to be

upheld even against the wishes of the sovereign. As a source of fundamental constitutional principles, Magna

Carta came to be seen as an important definition of aspects of English law, and in later centuries as the

basis of the liberties of the English people.

As a peace treaty Magna Carta was a failure and the rebels invited Louis of France to become their king. When

John died in 1216 England was in the grip of civil war.[207]

On 24 Aug 1200 when John was 32, he married Isabella DE TAILLEFER of Angoulême, in Bordeaux, France.

They had the following children:
20424 i. Henry (1207-1272)
ii. Richard (1209-1272)
iii. Joan (1210-1238)
iv. Isabella (1214-1241)
v. Eleanor (1215-1275)

40849 Isabella DE TAILLEFER of Angoulême. Born abt 1187 in Angouleme, Charente, France. Isabella died in

Fontevrault L'Ab, Maine, France on 31 May 1246, she was 59.[259, p 83] Buried in Fountevrault Abb, Anjou,

Isere, France.

40850 Raymond BERENGER V, Count of Provence. Raymond died in 1245.[3, line 110-29],[124, vol 4, p 329]

Raymond married Beatrice of Savoy.

They had the following children:
20425 i. Eleanor (1217-1291)
ii. Sanchia (~1225-1261)
81865 iii. Margaret (1221-1285)
81885 iv. Beatrice (-1267)

40851 Beatrice of Savoy. Beatrice died in 1266.[3, line 133-27]

40852 King of France Louis CAPET VIII "The Lion". Born in 1187 in Paris, France. Louis died in Montpensier,

Auvergne, France in 1226, he was 39.[209],[215, p 286] Occupation: King of France 1223-1226.

In 1200 when Louis was 13, he married Blanche DE CASTILE.

They had the following children:
i. Philippe (1209-1218)
81864 ii. Louis (1215-1270)
20426 iii. Robert (1216-1250)
iv. Philippe (1218-1220)
v. Jean (John) (1219-1232)
vi. Alphonse (1220-1271)
vii. Philippe (1222-1232)
viii. Isabelle (1224-1269)
ix. Ètienne (Stephen) (1225-)
81884 x. Charles (1226-1285)

40853 Blanche DE CASTILE. Born in 1188. Blanche died in 1253, she was 65.[3, line 113-28]

40854 Duke Henri DE BRABANT II. Born in 1180. Henri died in 1248, he was 68.

Henri married Marie DE SWABIA.

They had the following children:
20427 i. Maud (1224-1288)
ii. Henry[3, p 155 line 28] (-1291)

40855 Marie DE SWABIA. Born in 1201. Marie died in 1235, she was 34.

40872 John FITZROBERT Lord Warkworth. John died in 1240.[218, line 156-3]

John married Ada DE BALLIOL.

They had one child:
20436 i. Roger (-1249)

40873 Ada DE BALLIOL. Ada died on 29 Jul 1251.[218, line 156-3]

40880 Adam DE ALDITHLEY. Adam died bef 1211.[124, vol 1,p 337]

Adam married Emma FITZORM.

They had the following children:
20440 i. Henry (~1175-<1246)
ii. Adam (-<1212)

40881 Emma FITZORM.

40882 Ralf MAINWARING.[124, vol 1, p 337]

20441 i. Bertred (->1249)

40884 King of England Henry PLANTAGENET II "Curtmantle".[423, p 93],[259, pp 21, 83, 84],[387, Leicester, Vol

2; Page 81],[424, Vol 4; Page 333] Born on 5 Mar 1132 in Le Mans, Sarthe, France.[3, line 1-25] Henry died in

Chinon Castle, Normandy, France on 6/8 Jul 1189, he was 57. cerebral hemorrhage. Buried in Fontevrault Abbe,

Fontevrault, Maine, France.

Henry II ruled over an empire which stretched from the Scottish border to the Pyrenees. One of the strongest,

most energetic and imaginative rulers, Henry was the inheritor of three dynasties who had acquired Aquitaine

by marriage; his charters listed them: 'King of the English, Duke of the Normans and Aquitanians and Count of

the Angevins'. The King spent only 13 years of his reign in England; the other 21 years were spent on the

continent in his territories in what is now France. Henry's rapid movements in carrying out his dynastic

responsibilities astonished the French king, who noted 'now in England, now in Normandy, he must fly rather

than travel by horse or ship'.

By 1158, Henry had restored to the Crown some of the lands and royal power lost by Stephen; Malcom IV of

Scotland was compelled to return the northern counties. Locally chosen sheriffs were changed into royally

appointed agents charged with enforcing the law and collecting taxes in the counties. Personally interested

in government and law, Henry made use of juries and re-introduced the sending of justices (judges) on regular

tours of the country to try cases for the Crown. His legal reforms have led him to be seen as the founder of

English Common Law.

Henry's disagreements with the Archbishop of Canterbury (the king's former chief adviser), Thomas … Becket,

over Church-State relations ended in Becket's murder in 1170 and a papal interdict on England. Family

disputes over territorial ambitions almost wrecked the king's achievements. Henry died in France in 1189, at

war with his son Richard, who had joined forces with King Philip of France to attack Normandy.[207]

Research: Crowned in 1154; Quarreled with Thomas à Becket (1118-1170), Archbishop of Canterbury, over the

right to punish clergy convicted of crimes; Becket was murdered in his own Cathedral by 4 of Henry's Knights

in 1170.[9]

Research: Constitutions of Clarendon. 1164
In the year 1164 from the Incarnation of our Lord, in the fourth year of the papacy of Alexander, in the

tenth year of the most illustrious king of the English, Henry II., in the presence of that same king, this

memorandum or inquest was made of some part of the customs and liberties. and dignities of his predecessors,

viz., of king Henry his grandfather and others, which ought to be observed and kept in the kingdom. And on

account of the dissensions and discords which had arisen between the clergy and the Justices of the lord

king, and the barons of the kingdom concerning the customs and dignities, this inquest was made in the

presence of the archbishops and bishops, and clergy and counts, and barons and chiefs of the kingdom. And

these customs, recognized by the archbishops and bishops and counts and barons and by the nobler ones and

elders of the kingdom, Thomas Archbishop of Canterbury, and Roger archbishop of York, and Gilbert bishop of

London, and Henry bishop of Winchester, and Nigel bishop of Ely, and William bishop of Norwich, and Robert

bishop of Lincoln, and Hilary bishop of Chichester, and Jocelin bishop of Salisbury, and Richard bishop of

Chester, and Bartholemew bishop of Exeter and Robert bishop of Hereford, and David bishop of Mans, and Roger

elect of Worcester, did grant; and, upon the Word of Truth did orally firmly promise to keep and observe,

under the lord king and under his heirs, in good faith and without evil wile,-in the presence of the

following: Robert count of Leicester, Reginald count of Cornwall, Conan count of Bretagne, John count of Eu,

Roger count of Clare, count Geoffrey of Mandeville, Hugo count of Chester, William count of Arundel, count

Patrick, William count of Ferrara, Richard de I~uce, Reginald de St. Walelio, Roger Bigot, Reginald de

Warren, Richer de Aquila, William de Braiose, Richard de Camville, Nigel de Mowbray, Simon de Bello Campo,

Humphrey de Bohen Matthew de Hereford, Walter de Medway, Manassa Biseth -steward, William Malet, William de

Curcy, Robert de Dunstanville, Jocelin de Balliol, William de Lanvale William de Caisnet, Geoffrey de Vere,

William de Hastings Hugo de Moreville, Alan de Neville, Simon son of Peter William Malduit-chamberlain, John

Malduit, John Marshall, Peter de Mare, and many other chiefs and nobles of the kingdom, clergy as well as


A certain part, moreover, of the customs and dignities of the kingdom which were examined into, is contained

in the present writing. Of which part these are the paragraphs;

 1. If a controversy concerning advowson and presentation of churches arise between laymen, or between

laymen and clerks, or between clerks, it shall be treated of and terminated in the court of the lord king.

 2. Churches of the fee of the lord king cannot, unto all time, be given without his assent and concession.

 3. Clerks charged and accused of anything, being summoned by the Justice of the king, shall come into his

court, about to respond there for what it seems to the king's court that he should respond there; and in the

ecclesiastical court for what it seems he should respond there; so that the Justice of the king shall send to

the court of the holy church to see in what manner the affair will there be carried on. And if the clerk

shall be convicted, or shall confess, the church ought not to protect him further.

 4. It is not lawful for archbishops, bishops, and persons of the kingdom to go out of the kingdom without

the permission of the lord king. And if it please the king and they go out, they shall give assurance that

neither in going, nor in making a stay, nor in returning, will they seek the hurt or harm of king or kingdom.

 5. The excommunicated shall not give a pledge as a permanency, nor take an oath, but only a pledge and

surety of presenting themselves before the tribunal of the church, that they may be absolved.

 6. Laymen ought not to be accused unless through reliable and legal accusers and witnesses in the presence

of the bishop, in such wise that the archdean do not lose his right, nor any thing which he ought to have

from it. And if those who are inculpated are such that no one wishes or dares to accuse them, the sheriff,

being requested by the bishop, shall cause twelve lawful men of the neigh bourhood or town to swear in the

presence of the bishop that they will make manifest the truth in this matter, according to their conscience.

 7. No one who holds of the king in chief, and no one of his demesne servitors, shall be excommunicated, nor

shall the lands of any one of them be placed under an interdict, unless first the lord king, if he be in the

land, or his Justice, if he be without the kingdom, be asked to do justice concerning him: and in such way

that what shall pertain to the king's court shall there be terminated; and with regard to that which concerns

the ecclesiastical court, he shall be sent thither in order that it may there be treated of.

 8. Concerning appeals, if they shall arise, from the archdean they shall proceed to the bishop, from the

bishop to the archbishop. And if the archbishop shall fail to render justice, they must come finally to the

lord king, in order that by his command the controversy may be terminated in the court of the archbishop, so

that it shall not proceed further without the consent of the lord king.

 9. If a quarrel arise between a clerk and a layman or between a layman and a clerk concerning any tenement

which the clerk wishes to attach to the church property but the layman to a lay fee: by the inquest of twelve

lawful men, through the judgment of the chief Justice of the king, it shall be determined, in the presence of

the Justice himself, whether the tenement belongs to the church property, or to the lay fee. And if it be

recognized as belonging to the church property, the case shall be pleaded in the ecclesiastical court; but if

to the lay fee, unless both are holders from the same bishop or baron, the case shall be pleaded in the

king's court. But if both vouch to warranty for that fee before the same bishop or baron, the case shall be

pleaded in his court; in such way that, on account of the inquest made, he who was first in possession shall

not lose his seisin, until, through the pleading, the case shall have been proven.

 10. Whoever shall belong to the city or castle or fortress or demesne manor of the lord king, if he be

summoned by the archdean or bishop for any offense for which he ought to respond to them, and he be unwilling

to answer their summonses, it is perfectly right to place him under the interdict; but he ought not to be

excommunicated until the chief servitor of the lord king of that town shall be asked to compel him by law to

answer the summonses. And if the servitor of the king be negligent in this matter, he himself shall be at the

mercy of the lord king, and the bishop may thenceforth visit the man who was accused with ecclesiastical


 11. Archbishops, bishops, and all persons of the kingdom who hold of the king in chief have their

possessions of the lord king as a barony, and answer for them to the Justices and servitors of the king, and

follow and perform all the customs and duties as regards the king; and, like other barons, they ought to be

present with the barons at the judgments of the court of the lord king, until it comes to a judgment to loss

of life or limb.

 12. When an archbishopric is vacant, or a bishopric, or an abbey, or a priory of the demesne of the king,

it ought to be in his hand; and he ought to receive all the revenues and incomes from it, as demesne ones.

And, when it comes to providing for the church, the lord king should summon the more important persons of the

church, and, in the lord king's own chapel, the election ought to take place with the assent of the lord king

and with the counsel of the persons of the kingdom whom he had called for this purpose. And there, before he

is consecrated, the person elected shall do homage and fealty to the lord king as to his liege lord, for his

life and his members and his earthly honours, saving his order.

13. If any of the nobles of the kingdom shall have dispossessed an archbishop or bishop or archdean, the

lord king should compel them personally or through their families to do justice. And if by chance any one

shall have dispossessed the lord king of his right, the archbishops and bishops and archdeans ought to compel

him to render satisfaction to the lord king.

14. A church or cemetery shall not, contrary to the king's justice, detain the chattels of those who are

under penalty of forfeiture to the king, for they (the chattels) are the king's, whether they are found

within the churches or without them.

 15. Pleas concerning debts which are due through the giving of a bond, or without the giving of a bond,

shall be in the jurisdiction of the king.

 16. The sons of rustics may not be ordained without the consent of the lord on whose land they are known to

have been born.

Moreover, a record of the aforesaid royal customs Anna dignities has been made by the foresaid archbishops

and bishops, and counts and barons, and nobles and elders of the kingdom, at Clarendon on the fourth day

before the Purification of the blessed Mary the perpetual Virgin; the lord Henry being there present with his

father the lord king. There are, moreover, many other and great customs and dignities of the holy mother

church, and of the lord king, and of the barons of the kingdom, which are not contained in this writ. And may

they be preserved to the holy church, and to the lord king, and to his heirs, and to the barons of the

kingdom, and may they be inviolably observed for ever.

Henderson's Note
The list of articles laid before Thomas Becket in 1164, for finally refusing to sign which that prelate went

into his long exile.

The custom of appealing to Rome-a custom which had begun under Henry I. whose brother was papal legate for

England-had assumed alarming dimensions under Henry II. The king had almost no jurisdiction over his clerical

subjects. And, to make matters worse, the clergy did not refrain from crimes which called for the utmost

severity of the law. In ten years we hear of more than one hundred unpunished cases of murder among them. It

was to put a stop to such lawlessness that Henry caused the constitutions of Clarendon to be drawn up by two

of his justiciars. They contain nothing new, no right that did not belong by precedent to the crown. It was

the way. in which the struggle with Becket was carried on, not the weakness of the King's standpoint that

caused the latter to fail in his endeavours. Public sympathy turned against him and, in 1174, he was obliged

to expressly permit appeals to Rome. Papal influence was to increase in England until it reached its zenith

under Innocent III.liege lord and collector of tribute.[425]

Research: [426]To Walter, by the grace of God archbishop of Palermo, once associate, now lord and dearest

friend in Christ, Peter of Blois sends greeting and wished continual success of your desires.

The blessed Lord God of Israel, who visited and made his mercy upon you, raised you up in need from the dust,

so that you may sit with kings and princes and may hold the throne of glory. Terrible is the Lord in his

judgments, and great in his compassion, very worthy of praise, for "His compassion is over all that he made."

[Psalm 145:9] Therefore of his compassion, which he has magnified in you, you have continual and steadfast

memory, nor is that Judaic reproach seen in you: "They are not mindful of His benefits and of his wonders

which he has shown to them." [Psalm 77:11] There is nothing like ingratitude to provoke the indignation of

the Most High: the very provocation of evils, deprivation of benefits, extermination of merits. On account of

reverence for that one, who delivered you from contemptible poverty, may you exhibit most fully the office of

humanity to the Cisalpine poor; truly those who go to, or return from the land in which walked the feet of

our Lord, you could strike down in many ways, but you must fulfill their needs with the solace of more humane

grace, just as your predecessors in office. You will recognize that the Father is himself Father of orphans

and paupers, who exalts the humble, and humiliates the proud: for which on behalf of his poor pilgrims he

will uncover you, so that they may find among you aid of customary goodness. And therefore let it frighten

you, lest their clamor and complaint ascend to the ears of that one, who is terrible among the kings of the

earth, who judges the case of the poor, and accuses on behalf of the meek of the earth.

For the golden sash and silken girdle, and samite, and other exotic goods, which through the bearer of gifts

from your largess I receive not as much as I wish, but as much as I deserve, I give back thanks. Truly from

this the ancient integrity of your liberality is clear, which neither intervening time nor distance of

places, nor assumption of honor, nor other things destructive to friendship were able to undo.

Since however you have demanded from me with all insistence that I should send to you the shape and habits of

the lord king of England in an accurate description - which exceeds my faculties, and for which indeed the

vein of Mantuan genius would seem insufficient enough - I nevertheless will communicate to you what I know

without envy and detraction. About David it was said [I Kings 16] to the commendation of his beauty, that he

was red-haired; however you will know that the lord king has been red-haired so far, except that the coming

of old age and gray hair has altered that color somewhat. His height is medium, so that neither does he

appear great among the small, nor yet does he seem small among the great. His head is round, just as if the

seat of great wisdom, and specially a shrine of lofty counsel. Such is the size of his head, that so it

matches with his neck and with the whole body in proportionate moderation. His eyes are round, and white and

plain, while he is of calm spirit; but in anger and disorder of heart they shine like fire and flash in fury.

His hair is not in fear of the losses of baldness, nevertheless on top there is a tonsure of hairs; his

leonine face is rather square. The eminence of his nose is weighed to the beauty of the whole body with

natural moderation; curved legs, a horseman's shins, broad chest, and a boxer's arms all announce him as a

man strong, agile and bold; nevertheless, in a certain joint of his foot the part of the toenail is grown

into the flesh of his foot, to the vehement outrage of the whole foot. His hands testify grossly to the same

neglect of his men; truly he neglects their care all the time; nor at any time, unless carrying birds, does

he use gloves. Daily in mass, in counsels and in other public doings of the realm always from morning until

vespers he stands on his feet. And, he never sits, unless riding a horse or eating, although he has shins

greatly wounded and bruised with frequent blows of horses' hooves. In a single day, if necessary, he can run

through four or five day-marches and, thus foiling the plots of his enemies, frequently mocks their plots

with surprise sudden arrivals; he wears boots without a fold, caps without decoration, light apparel. He is a

passionate lover of woods; while not engaged in battles, he occupies himself with birds and dogs. For in fact

his flesh would weigh him down enormously with a great burden of fat, if he did not subdue the insolence of

his belly with fasts and exercise; and also in getting onto a horse, preserving the lightness of youth, he

fatigues almost every day the most powerful for the labor. Truly he does not, like other kings, linger in his

palace, but traveling through the provinces he investigates the doings of all, judging powerfully those whom

he has made judges of others. No one is more cunning in counsel, more fiery in speech, more secure in the

midst of dangers, more cautious in fortune, more constant in adversity. Whom once he has esteemed, with

difficulty he unloves them; whom once he has hated, with difficulty he receives into the grace of his

familiarity. Always are in his hands bow, sword, spear and arrow, unless he be in council or in books. As

often as he is able to rest from cares and anxieties, he occupies himself by reading alone, or in a crowd of

clerics he labors to untangle some knot of inquiry. For while your king knows his letters well, our king is

more literate by far. Truly I have judged the abilities of both in learned matters. You know that the king of

Sicily was my student for a year, and had had from you the basic arts of versification and literature; he

obtained more benefit of knowledge through my industry and solicitude. However as soon as I had departed the

kingdom, that one turned himself over to abject books in imperial leisure. But yet in the household of the

lord king of the English every day is school, in the constant conversation of the most literate and

discussion of questions. No one is more honest in speech than our king, more polite in eating, more moderate

in drinking; no one is more magnificent in gift-giving, no one more munificent in alms-giving: and therefore

his name is like poured oil, and the entire church of saints describes the alms of such a one. Our king is

peaceable, victorious in war, glorious in peace: he is zealous for the things to be desired in this world and

he procures peace for his people. He considers whatever pertains to the peace of the people, in whatever he

speaks, in whatever he does; so that his people may rest, he incessantly takes on troubled and enormous

labors. It aims to the peace of his people that he calls councils, that he makes laws, that he makes

friendships, that he brings low the proud, that he threatens battles, that he launches terror to the princes.

Also that immensity of money aims at the peace of his people, which he gives out, which he receives, which he

gathers, which he disperses. In walls, in ramparts, in fortifications, in ditches, in enclosures of wild

beasts and fish, and in palaces there is no one more subtle, and no one more magnificent to be found.

His most powerful and most noble father the count [of Anjou] extended his borders greatly; but the king added

to his paternal lands with abundance in his strong hands the duchy of Normandy, the duchy of Brittany, the

kingdom of England, the kingdom of Scotland, the kingdom of Ireland, the kingdom of Wales; he increased

inestimably the titles of his magnificent inheritance. No one is more mild to the afflicted, no one more

friendly to the poor, no one more unbearable to the proud; he always strives to oppress the proud with the

semblance of divinity, to raise up the oppressed, and to stir up against swelling of pride continual

persecutions and deadly troubles. When however he may according to the custom of the kingdom have had roles

in making elections of most important and most powerful, he nevertheless always had his hands pure and free

from all venality. I merely touch upon, I will not describe these and other endowments of soul as much as

body, with which nature has marked him out before others; truly I confess my insufficiency and would believe

that Cicero and Virgil themselves would sweat under such a labor. I have briefly tasted this little morsel of

his appearance and habits at your request; truly I shall seem either to have undertaken an unbearable work,

or to have cut back much about the magnificence of so great a man through jealousy. Nevertheless I, serving

your charity, do what I can do, and what I know without envy and without detraction, I communicate with most

prompt good will, and also among other great men, who write in praise of my lord, I put my might of devotion

in a treasure chest along with the poor widow.

Because however you asked about the death of the blessed martyr Thomas, I say in the word of the Lord and in

the order of deacon to you, that in conscience I believe in no way that the king was guilty of this thing;

and the most complete confirmation of this the lord Theodinus, bishop of San Vitale and the lord Albert the

chancellor [the future Pope Gregory VIII] will make to you, who because of this matter investigated in our

regions performing the office of legate; they confirmed the innocence of the man: and also they will assure

you that this deed was done by certain men under his shadow, that all this iniquity came out from the

sanctuary. For in fact, the canonical purgation having been accepted by them, they pronounced a judgment

publicly by order of the highest pontiff, that he was free of this crime before God and men, and they bent

back the mark of infamy on those very magnates, whose malice they had clearly proven in this matter.

Also you will have learned that the lord king has made the glorious martyr his chief patron in all his needs.

For in fact on the very day when he first visited the tomb of the martyr, he subjected the king of Scots,

persecutor and attacker most strong in prison chains. Thereafter he has triumphed most gloriously with the

continual favor of successes by the help of the martyr over all his enemies. You know therefore most

certainly what kind of love it was, by which once king and martyr loved each other mutually, which neither

death nor the sword has abolished: For "love is strong as death"; [Song of Solomon 8:6] and while everything

passes away, "love never faileth." [I Corinthians 13:8] This is the beautiful gate, which remained whole and

intact in the destruction of Jerusalem; and while all is destroyed in death, love does not perish in death,

to whose strength death itself succumbs.

Indeed the kingdom of England, which he won by the sweat of war from King Stephen, most strong in arms,

although but a youth and of no account, his sons, with the counsel and aid of the neighboring princes, have

thrown into confusion by grave sedition. That one however, destitute of his men, and attacked by foreigners,

with the martyr helping him, in whose virtue one alone has put to flight ten thousand, prevailed over all,

and the Lord delivered into his hands his enemies, "To bind their kings with chains, and their nobles with

fetters of iron". [Psalm 149:8] That one therefore, who turned the hearts of the sons toward their father,

himself stirred up or sent filial and devoted affection to the sons of our king; may he himself establish the

seat of our father for a long time, and may he bring peace. For I know that if they stir up wars against

their parents, the Lord will mow them down. For by the judgment and fatal law of God it is sanctified, that

whenever they presume to assault that one from their own blood with wars, he will not even have half his

days. This however we read in the book of experience now about many people, and we know it by visible proof.

Henry married unknown.

They had one child:
20442 i. William (~1176-1249)

40885 unknown.

40886 Richard DE CAMVILLE.

Richard married Eustacia BASSET.

They had one child:
20443 i. Idoine (-<1252)

40887 Eustacia BASSET.

40918 Matthew DE LA MARE.

20459 i. Maud

40932 King of France Philippe CAPET III "The Bold".[3, p 101 line 29] Born on 1 May 1245 in Poissy,

France.[214, p 260] Philippe died in Perpignan, Pyrennes-Orientales, France on 5 Oct 1285, he was

40.[209],[215, p 286] Buried in St. Denis. Occupation: King of France 1270-1285.

On 28 May 1262 when Philippe was 17, he married Isabella D'ARAGON.[203, line 51-25]

They had the following children:
i. Louis (1265-1276)
20466 ii. Philippe (1268-1314)
iii. Robert (1269-1271)
20470 iv. Charles (1270-1325)

40933 Isabella D'ARAGON. Born in 1247.[203, line 51-25] Isabella died in Italy on 28 Jan 1271, she was 24.

died while returning from Tunis. Buried in St. Denis.

40934 King of Navarre Henry DE NAVARRE I. Born in 1239. Henry died on 22 Jul 1274, he was 35.

Henry married Blanche D'ARTOIS.

They had the following children:
20467 i. Jeanne (Joan) (1272-1305)
ii. Theobald (-1273)

40935 same as ahnentafel number 10213

40936 Jean DE AVESNES Lord of Avesnes. Born on 1 May 1218 in Etraeungt, Nord, France.[203, line 50-25] Jean

died on 24 Dec 1257, he was 39.[203, line 50-25] Buried in Valenciennes. Occupation: Lord of Avesnes,

Seneschal of Frederick II, Lord of Etroen, Count of Hainault, Count of Holland, Count of Flanders.[203, line


On 9 Oct 1246 when Jean was 28, he married Countess Aleida of Holland.[203, line 50-25]

They had one child:
20468 i. Jean (1247-1304)

40937 Countess Aleida of Holland. Alias/AKA: Adelaide, Alhildis.

40938 Count Henri DE LUXEMBOURG II.

Henri married Margaret (Marguerite) DE BAR.

They had the following children:
i. Henry (Heinrich)
20469 ii. Philippa (-1311)

40939 Margaret (Marguerite) DE BAR. Born in 1223. Margaret (Marguerite) died in 1275, she was 52.

40940 same as ahnentafel number 40932

40941 same as ahnentafel number 40933

40942 King of Naples Charles D'ANJOU II "The Lame".[280],[281] Born in 1254. Charles died abt 6 May 1309, he

was 55.[214, p 261] Occupation: King of Naples and Jerusalem.

In 1270 when Charles was 16, he married Princess Maria of Hungary.

They had the following children:
i. Charles (1271-1295)
ii. Louis (1275-1298)
iii. Robert (1277-1343)
iv. Philip (1278-1332)
20471 v. Marguerite (1274-1299)

40943 Princess Maria of Hungary. Born in 1258. Maria died in Mar 1323, she was 65.[214, p 261]

17th Generation

77824 Robert HILDYARD.

38912 i. Robert (->1272)

78852 Henry ATHOLL Earl of Huntingdon.[207] Born in 1114. Henry died in 1152, he was 38.[9, p 405],[3, line

170-23; line 100-25],[124, vol 4, Chart 4] Occupation: Earl of Huntingdon & Northumberland.

Henry married Princess Ada DE WARENNE of Surrey.

They had the following children:
39426 i. David (~1144-1219)
ii. Malcolm (1141-1165)
81538 iii. William (~1143-1214)
159657 iv. Margaret (-1201)
327497 v. Ada (-1230)
vi. Marjorie

78853 Princess Ada DE WARENNE of Surrey. Ada died in 1178.

78854 Hugh DE KEVELIOC Earl of Chester. Born in 1147 in Kevelioc, co. Monmouth, Wales.[3, line 125-28] Hugh

died in Leeke, co. Stafford, England in 1181, he was 34.

Hugh married Bertrade D'EVREUX.

They had the following children:
78999 i. Hawise (1180-<1243)
79767 ii. Mabel
39505 iii. Agnes
iv. Randolph (-1232)
39427 v. Matilda (Maud) (-1233)

78855 Bertrade D'EVREUX.

78860 Reginald DE BRAIOSE. Reginald died abt 1227.[3, p 177 line 7] Buried in St. John's, Brecon.

Occupation: Lord of Brecon, Abergavenny, Builth and other Marcher Lordships.

Reginald married Grace BRIWER.

They had one child:
39430 i. William (-1230)

78861 Grace BRIWER.

78862 Sir William MARSHALL 3rd Earl of Pembroke. William died on 14 May 1219 in Caversham, England. Buried in

Temple Church, London, England.

In Aug 1189 William married Isabel DE CLARE, in London, Middlesex, England.[218, line 145-1]

They had the following children:
39497 i. Isabel (1200-1239)
ii. William (-1231)
iii. Richard
iv. Gilbert
v. Walter
vi. Anselm
vii. Joan
39911 viii. Maud (-1248)
79009 ix. Sibyl
39431 x. Eva (-<1246)

78863 Isabel DE CLARE. Isabel died in 1220.[3, line 66-27]

78864 Thomas LE DESPENSER.[124, vol.IV, pp.259-260, note c] Born ca 1174.

39432 i. Hugh (->1238)
ii. Thomas (-1218)
iii. Roese

78868 Alan BASSET.

Alan married Alina DE GAI.

They had the following children:
39434 i. Philip (-1271)
40697 ii. UNNAMED

78869 Alina DE GAI.

78870 Matthew DE LOVAINE.[3, p 155A-27] Matthew died ca 1258.

Matthew married Muriel.

They had the following children:
39435 i. Hawise
ii. Matthew (-1302)

78871 Muriel. Muriel died aft 1275.

78992 Richard DE CLARE 6th Earl of Clare. Richard died bef 28 Nov 1217.[3, line 63-27],[218, line 153-4]

Occupation: Magna Charta Surety, 1215.

Richard married Amice FITZROBERT Countess of Gloucester.

They had one child:
39496 i. Gilbert (~1180-1230)

78993 Amice FITZROBERT Countess of Gloucester. Amice died on 1 Jan 1224.[3, line 63-27]

78994 same as ahnentafel number 78862

78995 same as ahnentafel number 78863

78996 Roger DE LACY.

Roger married Maud DE CLARE.

They had one child:
39498 i. John (->1232)

78997 Maud DE CLARE.

78998 Robert DE QUINCY. Robert died in 1217 in London, England.[124, vol 12, p 751],[37, vol 5, pp 221-225]

Robert married Hawise DE CHESTER Countess of Lincoln.

They had one child:
39499 i. Margaret (-<1266)

78999 Hawise DE CHESTER Countess of Lincoln. Born in 1180.[218, line 107-2] Hawise died bef 3 Mar 1243, she

was 63.[218, line 107-2],[124, vol 9, p 376]

79004 King of Castile Fernandez Alfonso DE CASTILE IX "El Barboro". Born on 11 Aug 1171 in Leon, Zamora,

Spain.[203, line 52-26] Fernandez Alfonso died in Castile, Burgos, Spain on 24 Sep 1230, he was 59.[203, line


In Oct 1197 when Fernandez Alfonso was 26, he married Berengaria DE CASTILE, in Valldolid, Spain.[3, line

113-27],[203, line 52-26]

They had one child:
39502 i. Alfonsez Ferdinand (1201-1252)

79005 Berengaria DE CASTILE. Born in 1181 in Segovia, Castile, Spain. Berengaria died in Castile, Spain in

1245, she was 64.[3, line 114-27],[203, line 83-26]

79006 Count Simon DE DAMMARTIN. Born abt 1180. Simon died on 21 Sep 1239, he was 59. Buried in Valoires,


abt 1212 when Simon was 32, he married Marie DE PONTHIEU, in Aumale, Seine-Maritime, France.

They had one child:
39503 i. Joanna (Joan) (~1218-1279)

79007 Marie DE PONTHIEU. Born on 17 Apr 1199 in Aumale, Seine-Maritime, France. Marie died in 1251, she was


79008 William DE FERRERS 3rd Earl of Derby. Buried on 31 Mar 1254.[3, line 127-30]

bef 14 May 1219 William married Sibyl MARSHALL.

They had the following children:
39504 i. William (-1247)
ii. Joan (-<1267)
iii. Maud (~1230-1299)

79009 Sibyl MARSHALL.

79010 same as ahnentafel number 78854

79011 same as ahnentafel number 78855

79012 Saher DE QUINCY 1st Earl of Winchester. Saher died on 3 Nov 1219 in Damietta.[124, vol 12, p 750]

Buried in Acre, Holy Land (Heart buried in Garendon Abbey, Leicester, England).[124, vol 12, p 750, note (h)]

Saher married Margaret FITZPERNEL.

They had the following children:
39506 i. Roger (-1264)
78998 ii. Robert (-1217)
162403 iii. Hawise (->1263)
iv. Robert (-1257)

79013 Margaret FITZPERNEL. Margaret died bef 12 Feb 1234.[124, vol 12, p 750]

79014 Lord of Galloway Alan DE GALLOWAY Constable of Scotland.[207] Alan died in 1234.[198, chart 3],[124,

vol 12, p 753]

Alan married Margaret ATHOLL.

They had the following children:
i. Devorguilla[207] (-1290)
39507 ii. Helen (->1245)
iii. Christine

79015 Margaret ATHOLL.

79056 Theobald LE BOTILLER.

Theobald married Rohese (Rose) DE VERDUN.

They had the following children:
81673 i. Maud (-1283)
39528 ii. John (-1274)

79057 Rohese (Rose) DE VERDUN.

79058 same as ahnentafel number 39930

79059 same as ahnentafel number 19955

79764 John DE SOMERY.

John married Hawise DE PAYNELL.

They had one child:
39882 i. Roger (-<1273)

79765 Hawise DE PAYNELL.

79766 William D'AUBIGNY Earl of Arundel. William died on 1 Feb 1221 in Caianello, Lazio, Italy.[218, line

129-1] died during crusade. Buried in Wymondham Abbey, Norfolk, England.[218, line 129-1] Occupation: named

in Magna Charta, 1215.[218, line 129-1]

William married Mabel DE CHESTER.

They had the following children:
39883 i. Nichole (-<1254)
ii. Cicely
iii. Maud (-~1242)
163345 iv. Isabella (~1190-<1240)

79767 Mabel DE CHESTER.

79808 Walter DE BEAUCHAMP. Walter died in 1235.

Walter married Bertha DE BRAIOSE[246].

They had one child:
39904 i. Walter (Walcheline) (ca1180-1236)

79809 Bertha DE BRAIOSE.[246]

79810 Roger DE MORTIMER.

39905 i. Joane (-1268)

79814 Waleran DE NEWBURGH Earl of Warwick.[3] Born bef 1153. Waleran died bef 13 Oct 1204, he was 51.[124,

vol 4, chart 3]

In 1196 when Waleran was 43, he married Alice HARCOURT.

They had one child:
39907 i. Alice (1196-<1263)

79815 Alice HARCOURT. Alice died aft Sep 1212.

79816 Piers DE LUTEGARESDALE. Piers died bef 1198.

Piers married Maud DE MANDEVILLE Lady of Costow.

They had one child:
39908 i. Geoffrey (ca1162-1213)

79817 Maud DE MANDEVILLE Lady of Costow. Born in Wiltshire, England.

79818 Roger DE CLARE Earl of Hertford. Born ca 1116 in Tonbridge Castle, Kent, England. Roger died in

Oxfordshire in 1173, he was 57.[124, vol 5, pp 124-125; vol 6, pp 499-501],[3, line 246B-26]

Roger married Maud DE ST. HILARY.

They had the following children:
39909 i. Aveline (<1172-<1225)
78992 ii. Richard (-<1217)

79819 Maud DE ST. HILARY. Born ca 1132 in Dalling, Norfolk, England. Maud died in Norfolk, England in 1195,

she was 63.

79820 Roger BIGOD 2nd Earl of Norfolk. Born abt 1150.[3, line 69-28] Roger died bef Aug 1221, he was 71.[3,

line 69-28] Occupation: Lord High Steward of England, Magna Charta Surety.[218]

Roger married Ida.

They had one child:
39910 i. Hugh (-1224)

79821 Ida.

79822 same as ahnentafel number 78862

79823 same as ahnentafel number 78863

79826 Walter DE LACY Lord of Meath. Walter died in 1241.

Walter married Margaret DE BRAIOSE.

They had the following children:
39930 i. Gilbert (1200-1230)
ii. Egidia
39913 iii. Petronilla

79827 Margaret DE BRAIOSE. Born abt 1177. Margaret died on 19 Nov 1200, she was 23.[3, line 177A-7] Buried

in Priory Church, Holme Lacy, Herefordshire, England.

79828 Henry DE BOHUN 1st Earl of Hereford.[198, chart 9] Born in 1176. Henry died on 1 Jun 1220, he was

44.[124, vol 4, Chart 1]

Henry married Maud FITZGEOFFREY.

They had one child:
39914 i. Humphrey (1208-1275)

79829 Maud FITZGEOFFREY. Maud died on 27 Aug 1236.

79830 Raoul DE LUSIGNAN Count of Eu.

Raoul married Alice D'EU.

They had one child:
39915 i. Maud (-1241)

79831 Alice D'EU.

79840 Roger DE MORTIMER Lord of Wigmore.[124] Roger died bef 19 Aug 1214.[3, line 132C-28]

Research: [296]Roger de Mortimer, Lord of Wigmore, like his predecessors, was in constant strife with the

Welsh. At one time he sustained a great defeat in conjunction with Hugh de Say, but in the end he was

victorious, and took twelve of their principal leaders in one battle. He also enlarged considerably his

territories, and drove thieves and robbers from those parts. Being at one time present at the solemn

anniversary of his father, he confirmed all his grants to the canons of Wigmore; adding, of his won gift, a

spacious and fruitful pasture, lying adjacent to the abbey, called the Treasure of Mortimer. Upon which

occasion his steward remonstrating him for parting with so valuable a treasure, re replied, "I have laid up

my treasure in that field, where thieves cannot steal or dig, or moth corrupt." This Roger married (1)

Millicent Ferrers, daughter of Robert Ferrers, Earl of Derby

Roger married Isabel DE FERRIERES (FERRERS).

They had the following children:
39920 i. Ralph (1160-1246)
ii. Hugh

79841 Isabel DE FERRIERES (FERRERS). Isabel died bef 29 Apr 1252.[3, line 262-29]

79842 Prince of Snowdonia Llywelyn AP IORWERTH "The Great".[124] Llywelyn died on 11 Apr 1240.[3, line 176-7]

Occupation: Prince of North Wales.

He did not marry Tangwystyl GOCH.

They had one child:
39921 i. Gwladys Ddu (Illegitimate) (-1251)

79843 Tangwystyl GOCH.

79860 same as ahnentafel number 79826

79861 same as ahnentafel number 79827

81200 Sir John DE COURTENAY Baron of Oakhampton. John died on 3 May 1274.[218, line 124-2]

John married Isabel DE VERE.

They had the following children:
i. Robert (-~1242)
40600 ii. Hugh (-1291)

81201 Isabel DE VERE.

81202 same as ahnentafel number 19716

81203 same as ahnentafel number 19717

81204 Robert DE ST. JOHN.

Robert married Agnes DE CANTELOU.

They had one child:
40602 i. John (-1302)

81205 Agnes DE CANTELOU.

81206 Sir Reynold FITZPIERS. Reynold died abt 5 May 1286.[3, line 261-32] Occupation: Sheriff of Hampshire,

Constable of Winchester Castle.[218, line 59A-4] Alias/AKA: Reginald Fitzpeter.

Reynold married Alice DE STANFORD.

They had one child:
40603 i. Alice

81207 Alice DE STANFORD.

81208 Humphrey DE BOHUN VI, Earl of Hereford. Born abt 1224. Humphrey died in 1295, he was 71.[124, vol 4,

Chart 1]

Humphrey married Eleanor (Alianore) DE BRAIOSE.

They had the following children:
i. Alianore (Agnes) (-1313)
40604 ii. Humphrey (ca1249-1298)

81209 Eleanor (Alianore) DE BRAIOSE.

81210 same as ahnentafel number 39924

81312 Bartholomew DE BADLESMERE.

Research: In March 1308/9, as a subdeacon, he was serving as rector of Jacobstowe, co. Cornwall and was

exchanged with the rector of Thurlestone, being installed in that benefice on 18 March. He was exchanged

again and reinstalled at Jacobstowe as its rector on 20 Nov 1309 by Dame Joan de Champernoun. He was

ordained deacon on 22 Dec 1313 and priest on 23 Mar 1313/4 (Stapledon, p. 224). He was dismissed as rector

of Jacobstowe shortly before 23 Aug 1333 when his successor was installed. On 13 Aug 1333 he succeeded

Reginald de Campo Arnulphi as rector of Ilfracombe, being presented to the church by William de Campo

Arnulphi (Grandison, p. 1294-5). On 18 Oct 1334, he received a license of non-residence for a year of study

(Grandison, p. 767).

40656 i. William

81340 same as ahnentafel number 20442

81341 same as ahnentafel number 20443

81342 Walter DE RIDELISFORD Lord of Bray.

40671 i. Emeline (-1276)

81376 Alan DE LA ZOUCHE. Alias/AKA: Croche, la Coche.

Alan married Alice DE BELMEIS.

They had one child:
40688 i. Roger (-1238)

81377 Alice DE BELMEIS.

81392 William LOVEL. William died bef 1213.[124, vol 8, p 214]

bef 1190 William married Isabel.[124, vol 8, p 214]

They had one child:
40696 i. John (-1252)

81393 Isabel.

81394 same as ahnentafel number 78868

81395 same as ahnentafel number 78869

81442 Sir Ralph DE SOMERY. Born in Dudley, Worcester, England.[3, line 26-28]

40721 i. Joan

81444 same as ahnentafel number 40848

81445 Isabella DE CLARE Countess of Gloucester. Isabella died on 18 Nov 1217. Buried in Canterbury Cathedral,

Kent, England.

On 29 Aug 1189 Isabella married King of England John PLANTAGENET Lackland[259, p 83],[124, vol 5, p 736], in

Marlborough Castle, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England. They were divorced in 1199.[9, p 527]

They had one child:
40722 i. Richard (Illegitimate) (~1186-1270)

81446 Fulbert DE DOVER.

40723 i. Rohese (-1264)

81536 Everard DE ROS. Born in 1153. Everard died in 1183, he was 30.[124, vol 11, p 91]

Everard married Roysia TRUSBUT.

They had one child:
40768 i. Robert (~1170-<1226)

81537 Roysia TRUSBUT. Born abt 1151.[124, vol 11, p 91] aged 34 in 1185. Roysia died bef 1191, she was

40.[124, vol 11, p 91] Alias/AKA: Rose / Roese / Rohese; TRUSSEBUT.

81538 King of Scotland William ATHOLL I "The Lion". Born abt 1143. William died in Stirling, Scotland on 4

Dec 1214, he was 71.[124, vol 4, Chart 4] Buried in Arbroath Abbey. Occupation: King of Scotland, Earl of

Northumberland.[9, p 406]

William married Ermengarde DE BEAUMONT.

They had the following children:
i. Alexander (1198-1249)
ii. Margaret
iii. Isabella
iv. Margery
40769 v. Isabel

81539 Ermengarde DE BEAUMONT. Ermengarde died in 1233.

81546 Odinel DE UMFREVILLE Lord of Prudhoe. Odinel died in 1182.[218, line 1-1]

40773 i. Margery

81664 Henry DE PERCY. Buried in St.Lô, Rouen, France.

Henry married Isabel DE BRUS.

They had one child:
40832 i. William (>1202-1245)

81665 Isabel DE BRUS.

81672 John FITZALAN Earl of Arundel. Born in May 1223 in Arundel Castle, Sussex, England. John died bef 10

Nov 1267, he was 44.

John married Maud LE BOTILLER.

They had one child:
40836 i. John (1246-1271)

81673 Maud LE BOTILLER. Maud died on 27 Nov 1283.[3, line 70-30]

81674 same as ahnentafel number 19960

81675 same as ahnentafel number 19961

81676 Marquis Manfredo DE SALUZZO III. Manfredo died in 1244.[3, line 28-31]

Manfredo married Beatrice DE SAVOY.

They had one child:
40838 i. Thomas

81677 Beatrice DE SAVOY. Beatrice died in 1259.[3, line 28-31]

81678 Marquis George DE CAVE.

40839 i. Luisa

81696 same as ahnentafel number 40884

81697 Eleanor D'AQUITAINE.[259, pp 21, 22, 84],[424, Vol 4; Page 333] Born in 1123 in Aquitaine, Bordeaux,

France. Eleanor died in Mirabell Castle, Fontevrault L'Ab, Maine, France on 3 Mar 1204, she was 81. Buried in

Fontevrault L'Ab, Maine, France. Alias/AKA: Alienor.

On 18 May 1152 when Eleanor was 29, she married King of England Henry PLANTAGENET II "Curtmantle"[423, p

93],[259, pp 21, 83, 84],[387, Leicester, Vol 2; Page 81],[424, Vol 4; Page 333], in Bordeaux Cathedral,

Gascony, France.[9, p 518]

They had the following children:
i. William[9, p 521] (1153-1156)
ii. Henry (1155-1183)
iii. Matilda (1156-1189)
iv. Richard[9, p 524],[259, p 83] (1157-1199)
v. Geoffrey (1158-1186)
81707 vi. Eleanor (1162-1214)
vii. Joan (1165-1199)
40848 viii. John (1167-1216)

81698 William DE TAILLEFER V, of Angouleme. Born abt 1160 in Angouleme, Charente, France. William died in

L'Abbey La Couron, France in 1218, he was 58.

In 1180 when William was 20, he married Alix (Alice) DE COURTENAY.

They had one child:
40849 i. Isabella (~1187-1246)

81699 Alix (Alice) DE COURTENAY. Born abt 1160 in Courtenay, Galinois, France. Alix (Alice) died in France

in 1218, she was 58.

81704 King of France Philip Augustus CAPET II.[213, Figure 2, pp. 195-196] Born on 22 Aug 1165 in Gonesse,

France.[3, line 101-26] Philip Augustus died in Mantes, France on 14 Jul 1223, he was 57.[209] Occupation:

King of France 1180-1223.

On 28 Apr 1180 when Philip Augustus was 14, he married Isabella DE HAINAUT Countess of Artois, in Bapaume,


They had one child:
40852 i. Louis (1187-1226)

81705 Isabella DE HAINAUT Countess of Artois. Born in Apr 1170. Isabella died in Paris, France on 15 Mar

1190, she was 19.[209],[3, line 101-26]

81706 King of Castile Alfonso DE CASTILE VIII "The Good". Born in 1155.[3, line 113-27] Alfonso died in 1214,

he was 59.[3, line 113-27]

On 22 Sep 1177 when Alfonso was 22, he married Eleanor PLANTAGENET, in Castile, Spain.

They had the following children:
79005 i. Berengaria (1181-1245)
40853 ii. Blanche (1188-1253)
iii. Enrique (Henry) (-1217)

81707 Eleanor PLANTAGENET. Born on 13 Oct 1162 in Falaise, Calvados, France. Eleanor died in Burgos, Spain on

31 Oct 1214, she was 52.[3, line 110-27] Buried in Huelgas, Burgos, Spain.

81708 Henri DE BRABANT I, Duke of Brabant. Born in 1160. Henri died in 1235, he was 75.

Henri married Maud D'ALSACE.

They had the following children:
40854 i. Henri (1180-1248)
81875 ii. Mathilde (-1267)

81709 Maud D'ALSACE. Born in 1163. Maud died in 1211, she was 48.

81710 Emperor of Germany Philippe DE SWABIA. Philippe died in 1208.[228, p 259]

Philippe married Irini (Irene).

They had the following children:
40855 i. Marie (1201-1235)
ii. Beatrice (Beatrix)

81711 Irini (Irene). Irini (Irene) died in 1208.

81744 Robert FITZROGER 2nd Baron Warkworth. Robert died in 1212.[218, line 156-2]

Robert married Margaret DE CHESNEY.

They had the following children:
40872 i. John (-1240)
162413 ii. Alice

81745 Margaret DE CHESNEY.

81746 Hugh BALLIOL.

i. John (-1269)
40873 ii. Ada (-1251)

81760 Liulf DE ALDITHLEY.[124, vol 1, p 337, note (c)]

40880 i. Adam (-<1211)

81762 Ralf FITZORM.[124, vol 1, p 337]

40881 i. Emma

81768 Count of Anjou & Maine Geoffrey PLANTAGENET "The Fair".[28, p. 222],[422, Vol 3, p. 7],[203, p.

58],[424, Vol 4; Page 333],[259, pp 21, 84, 86] Born on 24 Aug 1113 in Anjou, France. Geoffrey died in Le

Mans, Sarthe, France on 7 Sep 1151, he was 38.[3, line 118-25] or Chateau Eure-et-Loire, France. Buried in Le

Mans Cathedral, Sarthe, France. Occupation: Duke of Normandy.

On 22 May 1127 when Geoffrey was 13, he married Matilda of England[259, pp 21, 23, 84, 86],[424, Vol 4; Page

333], in Le Mans, Sarthe, France.

They had the following children:
40884 i. Henry (1132-1189)
ii. Geoffrey (1134-1158)
iii. William (-1164)

81769 Matilda of England.[259, pp 21, 23, 84, 86],[424, Vol 4; Page 333] Born on 7 Feb 1102 in Winchester

Castle, Hampshire, England. Matilda died in Notre Dame, Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France on 10 Sep 1167, she was

65.[3, line 1-24] Buried in Notre Dame, Rouen, France. Alias/AKA: Maud.

81864 King of France Louis CAPET IX "The Saint".[203, p 70 line 26] Born on 25 Apr 1215 in Poissy, France.[3,

line 101-28] Louis died in Tunis, Tunisia on 25 Aug 1270, he was 55.[209],[215, p 286]

In 1234 when Louis was 18, he married Margaret DE PROVENCE[203, p 93 line 25].

They had the following children:
i. Blanche (1240-1243)
ii. Isabelle (1242-1271)
iii. Louis (1243-1259)
40932 iv. Philippe (1245-1285)
v. Jean (1247-1248)
vi. Jean Tristan (1250-1270)
vii. Pierre (1251-1284)
viii. Blanche (1253-1320)
ix. Margaret (Marguerite) (1255-1271)
x. Robert (1256-1318)
xi. Agnès (1260-1327)

81865 Margaret DE PROVENCE.[203, p 93 line 25] Born in 1221. Margaret died in 1285, she was 64.[209]

81866 King of Aragon James D'ARAGON I "The Conqueror". Born on 1 Feb 1208 in Montpellier, France.[203, line

51-26] James died in Valencia, Spain on 25 Jul 1276, he was 68.[214, p 260],[203, line 51-26] Buried in

Cabret, Spain.[203, line 51-26]

On 8 Sep 1235 when James was 27, he married Princess Jolan (Yolanda) of Hungary.[203, line 51-26]

They had the following children:
40933 i. Isabella (1247-1271)
ii. Pedro
iii. Yolanda

81867 Princess Jolan (Yolanda) of Hungary. Born in 1213.[203, line 51-26] Jolan (Yolanda) died on 12 Oct

1255, she was 42.[214, p 260],[203, line 51-26]

81868 King Teobaldo (Theobald) DE NAVARRE I. Born in 1201 in Pamplona, Spain. Teobaldo (Theobald) died on 8

Jul 1253, he was 52.

On 22 Sep 1232 when Teobaldo (Theobald) was 31, he married Marguerite DE BOURBON.

They had the following children:
i. Eleonora (Died as Child) (ca1233-)
ii. Theobald (1238-1270)
40934 iii. Henry (1239-1274)
iv. Beatrix (1242-1295)
v. Pedro (-1265)
vi. Margaret (-1307)

81869 Marguerite DE BOURBON. Born in 1205. Marguerite died in France on 12 Apr 1256, she was 51.

81872 Bouchard DE AVESNES. Born in 1182. Bouchard died in Etraeungt, Nord, France in 1244, he was 62.[203,

line 50-26] Buried in Abbey of Clairefontaine. Occupation: Lord of Avesnes and Etroen; Canon of St. Pierre de

Lille; Archdeacon of Laon; knighted 1239.

was at first a cleric, but returned to lay world in 1205

bef 23 Jul 1212 when Bouchard was 30, he married Marguerite of Flanders.[203, line 50-26] They were divorced

in 1221.[203, line 50-26]

They had one child:
40936 i. Jean (1218-1257)

81873 Marguerite of Flanders. Born on 2 Jun 1202.[203, line 50-26] Marguerite died on 10 Feb 1280, she was

77.[203, line 50-26]

81874 Count Floris IV, of Holland. Floris died in 1234.

Floris married Mathilde DE BRABANT.

They had one child:
40937 i. Aleida

81875 Mathilde DE BRABANT. Mathilde died in 1267.

81878 Count Henri DE BAR II.

Henri married Philippa CAPET Countess of Dreux.

They had one child:
40939 i. Margaret (Marguerite) (1223-1275)

81879 Philippa CAPET Countess of Dreux. Born in 1192. Philippa died in 1242, she was 50.

81884 King of Sicily Charles CAPET I. Born in 1226. Charles died in 1285, he was 59.[215, p 286] Occupation:

Count of Anjou and Maine.

Charles married Beatrice BERENGER.

They had the following children:
40942 i. Charles (1254-~1309)
ii. Louis

81885 Beatrice BERENGER. Beatrice died in 1267.

81886 King of Hungary Stephen (Istvan) V. Born in 1240. Stephen (Istvan) died on 1 Aug 1272, he was 32.[214,

p 261]

Stephen (Istvan) married Princess Erzsebet of Cumania.

They had one child:
40943 i. Maria (1258-1323)

81887 Princess Erzsebet of Cumania. Erzsebet died in 1290. Alias/AKA: Elizabeth.

18th Generation

157704 King of Scotland David ATHOLL I "The Saint". Born abt 1084. David died in Carlisle, Cumbria, Scotland

on 24 May 1153, he was 69.[9, p 403] Buried in Dunfermline Abbey, Fife, Scotland. Occupation: King of

Scotland, Earl of Huntingdon, Earl of Northampton, Prince of Cumbria.

David married Matilda (Maud).

They had the following children:
78852 i. Henry (1114-1152)
ii. Malcolm (Died as Infant)

157705 Matilda (Maud). Born abt 1072. Matilda (Maud) died abt 1130, she was 58.[124, vol 9, p 663]

157706 William DE WARENNE 2nd Earl of Surrey.[3, line 88] Born in Sussex, England. William died on 11 May

1138.[3, line 83-24] Buried in Chapter House in Lewes, Sussex, England.[124, vol 12, p 496] buried at the

feet of his father.

William married Isabel DE VERMANDOIS.

They had the following children:
159629 i. Gundred (->1166)
78853 ii. Ada (-1178)
iii. William[3, line 83-2] (~1119-1147)
iv. Reginald[198, chart 10]

157707 Isabel DE VERMANDOIS. Born in 1081. Isabel died bef Jul 1147, she was 66.[124, vol 12, p 496]

157708 Ranulph DE GERNON. Born abt 1100.[3, line 125-27] Ranulph died on 16 Dec 1153, he was 53. Buried in

St. Werburg's, co. Chester, England.[3, line 132A-27]

Ranulph married Maud DE CAEN.

They had one child:
78854 i. Hugh (1147-1181)

157709 Maud DE CAEN. Maud died on 29 Jul 1189.[3, line 132A-27]

157710 Simon DE MONTFORT Count of Evreux.

78855 i. Bertrade

157720 William DE BRAIOSE 4th Lord of Bramber. William died on 9 Aug 1211 in Corbeuil, France.[3, line 177-6]

Buried in Abbey of St. Victoire, Paris. Occupation: Lord of Bramber, Gower, Abergavenny, Brecknock, Builth,

Radnor, Kington, Limerick and the three castles of Skenfrith, Grosmont, and Whitecastle.

William married Maud (Matilda) DE ST. VALERY.

They had the following children:
78860 i. Reginald (-~1227)
ii. Maud (Susan) (-1210)
iii. Giles (-1215)
iv. Loretta (-~1266)
79827 v. Margaret (~1177-1200)
vi. John[322, dated 26th March],[323] (-1205)
vii. William (-1210)
viii. Annora (~1190->1241)
ix. Flandrina

157721 Maud (Matilda) DE ST. VALERY. Maud (Matilda) died in 1210 in Windsor Castle, Berkshire, England.[3,

line 177-6] walled up alive by King John with her son William.

157722 William DE BRIWERE.

William married Beatrice DE VAUX.

They had one child:
78861 i. Grace

157723 Beatrice DE VAUX.

157724 John FitzGilbert MARSHALL.

John FitzGilbert married Sybil DE SALISBURY.

They had one child:
78862 i. William (-1219)

157725 Sybil DE SALISBURY.

157726 "Strongbow" Richard DE CLARE FITZGILBERT 2nd Earl of Pembroke. Born abt 1130.[242] Richard died in

Dublin, Ireland on 20 Apr 1176, he was 46.[3, line 66-26] Buried in Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, Ireland.

conquests in Ireland laid the foundation of English rule there. One of the principal Norman magnates in

Wales, Pembroke led an army to Ireland in 1170 as the ally of Dermot MacMurrough, ruler of the Irish kingdom

in Leinster. After taking Waterford and Dublin from Dermot's foes, he married the king's daughter and claimed

the throne of Leinster when his father-in-law died. In 1171 he surrendered Dublin to his sovereign King Henry

II of England, and recognized him as his overlord. After Pembroke's death Henry claimed Ireland for his own

son John, and later English kings considered the country part of their domains.[242]

Richard married Eve MACMURCHADA.

They had the following children:
i. Basile (-~1203)
78863 ii. Isabel (-1220)

157727 Eve MACMURCHADA. Eve died aft 1186.[3, line 66-25; line 175-7]

157736 Thomas BASSET. Born in Wallingford, Oxford, England. Thomas died in 1182.

Thomas married Alice (Adeliza) DE DUNSTANVILLE.

They had one child:
78868 i. Alan

157737 Alice (Adeliza) DE DUNSTANVILLE. Born in Castle Combe, Wilts, England.

157740 Sir Godfrey DE LOVAINE. Godfrey died on 26 Apr 1266 in Suffolk, England.

abt 1199 Godfrey married Alice DE HASTINGS.[3, line 155A-26]

They had one child:
78870 i. Matthew (-ca1258)

157741 Alice DE HASTINGS. Born in Little Easton, Essex, England.

157984 same as ahnentafel number 79818

157985 same as ahnentafel number 79819

157986 William DE CLARE 2nd Earl of Gloucester. William died on 23 Nov 1183.[124, vol 4, chart III],[3, line

63-26] Occupation: Lord of the Manor of Glamorgan and of Cardiff Castle, Wales.

William married Hawise DE BEAUMONT.

They had the following children:
78993 i. Amice (-1224)
ii. Mabel
iii. Robert
81445 iv. Isabella (-1217)

157987 Hawise DE BEAUMONT. Hawise died on 24 Apr 1197.[3, line 63-26]

157996 same as ahnentafel number 79012

157997 same as ahnentafel number 79013

157998 same as ahnentafel number 78854

157999 same as ahnentafel number 78855

158008 King of Leon Ferdinand DE LEON II.[3, line 114-26] Born in 1137.[203, line 52-27] Ferdinand died in

Leon, Zamora, Spain on 21 Jan 1188, he was 51.[203, line 52-27]

In 1160 when Ferdinand was 23, he married Urraca of Portugal, in Leon, Spain.[3, line 112-26] They were

divorced in 1175.[203, line 52-27]

They had one child:
79004 i. Fernandez Alfonso (1171-1230)

158009 Urraca of Portugal. Urraca died in 1178.[3, line 114-26]

158010 same as ahnentafel number 81706

158011 same as ahnentafel number 81707

158012 Count Alberic DE DAMMARTIN II. Born abt 1148 in of Dampmartin, Ile-de-France, France. Alberic died in

1200, he was 52.[3, line 144-26]

Alberic married Maud DE PONTHIEU.

They had the following children:
79006 i. Simon (~1180-1239)
ii. Agnes (~1166-)
iii. Juliane

158013 Maud DE PONTHIEU. Born abt 1150.[3, line 144-26]

158014 William (Guillaume) DE PONTHIEU III. William (Guillaume) died in 1221.[203, p 244 line 30] Alias/AKA:


William (Guillaume) married Alice DE BURGUNDY[203, p 245 line 30].

They had the following children:
79007 i. Marie (1199-1251)
ii. Ela (ca1120-1174)

158015 Alice DE BURGUNDY.[203, p 245 line 30]

158018 same as ahnentafel number 78862

158019 same as ahnentafel number 78863

158024 Robert DE QUINCY. Robert died bef 1197.[124, vol 12, p 748]

Robert married Orable DE LEUCHARS. They were separated.

They had one child:
79012 i. Saher (-1219)

158025 Orable DE LEUCHARS. Orable died bef 30 Jun 1203.[124, vol 12, p 748, note (c)]

158026 Robert DE BEAUMONT 3rd Earl of Leicester. Robert died in 1190.[124, vol 4, chart 3]

Robert married Pernell DE GRANDMESNIL.

They had the following children:
i. Amice
79013 ii. Margaret (-<1234)
iii. Robert (-1204)
iv. William
v. Roger
vi. Hawise
vii. Pernel

158027 Pernell DE GRANDMESNIL.

158030 same as ahnentafel number 39426

158031 same as ahnentafel number 39427

159532 William D'AUBIGNY Earl of Arundel. William died on 24 Dec 1193.[3, line 149-25]

William married Maud DE ST. HILARY.

They had one child:
79766 i. William (-1221)

159533 same as ahnentafel number 79819

159534 same as ahnentafel number 78854

159535 same as ahnentafel number 78855

159616 William DE BEAUCHAMP.

William married Joane DE WALERLE[246].

They had one child:
79808 i. Walter (-1235)

159617 Joane DE WALERLE.[246]

159618 Lord William DE BRAIOSE.

79809 i. Bertha

159628 Roger DE NEWBURGH Earl of Warwick.[3] Born abt 1107. Roger died on 12 Jun 1153, he was 46.[124, vol

4, chart 3]

bef 1130 when Roger was 23, he married Gundred DE WARENNE Countess of Warwick.

They had the following children:
79814 i. Waleran (<1153-<1204)
ii. William[3] (-1184)

159629 Gundred DE WARENNE Countess of Warwick. Gundred died aft 1166.

159636 Richard FITZGILBERT. Richard died on 15 Apr 1136 in Abergavenny, England.[218, line 153-2] died in

battle with Welsh. Alias/AKA: de Clare. Residence: Clare, Suffolk, England.[3, line 246B-25]

Richard married Adeliza LE MESCHIN.

They had one child:
79818 i. Roger (ca1116-1173)

159637 Adeliza LE MESCHIN.

159638 James DE ST. HILARY. James died abt 1154.[3, line 149-25] Residence: Field Dalling, Norfolk,

England.[3, line 149-25]

James married Aveline.

They had one child:
79819 i. Maud (ca1132-1195)

159639 Aveline.

159652 Hugh DE LACY.

Hugh married Rohese DE MONMOUTH.

They had one child:
79826 i. Walter (-1241)

159653 Rohese DE MONMOUTH.

159654 same as ahnentafel number 157720

159655 same as ahnentafel number 157721

159656 Humphrey DE BOHUN IV, Earl of Hereford. Humphrey died in 1182.

In 1171 Humphrey married Margaret ATHOLL of Huntington (Scotland)[198, chart 9].

They had one child:
79828 i. Henry (1176-1220)

159657 Margaret ATHOLL of Huntington (Scotland).[198, chart 9] Margaret died in 1201.

159658 same as ahnentafel number 39908

159659 Beatrice DE SAYE.

Beatrice married Geoffrey FITZPIERS 4th Earl of Essex.

They had the following children:
79829 i. Maud (-1236)
ii. Geoffrey (-1216)
iii. William (-1228)

159680 Hugh DE MORTIMER Lord of Wigmore.[124] Hugh died in 1181.

Hugh married Maud LE MESCHIN of Chester.

They had one child:
79840 i. Roger (-<1214)

159681 Maud LE MESCHIN of Chester.

159682 Walkelin DE FERRIERES (FERRERS).

79841 i. Isabel (-<1252)
ii. Henry

159684 Iorwerth DRWYNDWN AP OWAIN Prince of North Wales.

Iorwerth married Maraded FERCH MADOG.

They had one child:
79842 i. Llywelyn (-1240)

159685 Maraded FERCH MADOG.

162402 Hugh DE VERE 4th Earl of Oxford.[3] Born abt 1210. Hugh died bef 23 Dec 1263, he was 53.[218, line

120-2] Occupation: Hereditary Master Chamberlain of England.[218, line 120-2]

Hugh married Hawise DE QUINCY.

They had the following children:
81201 i. Isabel
ii. Robert (-<1296)

162403 Hawise DE QUINCY. Hawise died aft 1263.[218, line 120-2]

162410 William DE CANTELOU. William died in 1251.[3, line 262-31] Residence: Calne, co. Wilts and Eaton Bray,

co. Bedford, England.[3, line 262-31]

William married Millicent DE GOURNAY.

They had one child:
81205 i. Agnes

162411 Millicent DE GOURNAY.

162412 Peter FITZHERBERT. Peter died bef 6 Jun 1235.[3, line 262-29] Alias/AKA: Piers.

aft 28 Nov 1203 Peter married Alice FITZROBERT.[3, line 246D-28]

They had the following children:
81206 i. Reynold (-~1286)
ii. Herbert

162413 Alice FITZROBERT. Alias/AKA: de Warkworth.

162414 William DE STANFORD. Residence: Stanford Dingley, co. Berks, England.[3, line 262-30]

81207 i. Alice

162416 same as ahnentafel number 39914

162417 same as ahnentafel number 39915

162752 Geoffrey DE PORHOËT. Geoffrey died in 1141.[124, vol 12, p 930]

Geoffrey married Hawise DE BRITTANY.

They had the following children:
81376 i. Alan
ii. Eudon

162753 Hawise DE BRITTANY.

162754 Philip DE BELMEIS.

Philip married Maud LE MESCHIN of Chester.

They had one child:
81377 i. Alice

162755 same as ahnentafel number 159681

162784 William LOVEL. William died bef 1170.[124, vol 8, p 212]

William married Maud DE MEULAN.

They had the following children:
81392 i. William (-<1213)
ii. Waleran (-~1177)

162785 Maud DE MEULAN. Maud died aft 1189.[124, vol 8, p 212]

162890 same as ahnentafel number 157986

162891 same as ahnentafel number 157987

163072 Robert DE ROS.

Robert married Sybella DE VALOINES.

They had one child:
81536 i. Everard (1153-1183)

163073 Sybella DE VALOINES. Alias/AKA: VALOGNES.

163074 Willliam TRUSSEBUT Lord of Warter.

Willliam married Aubreye DE HARCOURT.

They had the following children:
81537 i. Roysia (~1151-<1191)
ii. Robert

163075 Aubreye DE HARCOURT.

163076 same as ahnentafel number 78852

163077 same as ahnentafel number 78853

163078 Viscount Richard DE BEAUMONT.[9, p 406],[207]

81539 i. Ermengarde (-1233)

163328 Joscelyn DE LOUVAIN. Joscelyn died in 1180.

aft 1154 Joscelyn married Agnes DE PERCY.

They had the following children:
81664 i. Henry
ii. Richard
iii. Ralph
iv. Jocelin
v. Eleanor
vi. Alice
vii. Maud

163329 Agnes DE PERCY.

163344 John FITZALAN Lord of Clun & Owestry. Born abt 1164 in Arundel, West Sussex, England. John died in

1240, he was 76.

John married Isabella D'AUBIGNY.

They had one child:
81672 i. John (1223-<1267)

163345 Isabella D'AUBIGNY. Born abt 1190 in Sussex, England. Isabella died bef 1240, she was 50.

163346 same as ahnentafel number 79056

163347 same as ahnentafel number 79057

163354 Count Amadeo DE SAVOY IV. Amadeo died in 1253.[3, line 28-31]

81677 i. Beatrice (-1259)

163394 William D'AQUITAINE X, Duke of Aquitaine.[259, pp 21, 84],[424, Vol 4; Page 333] Born in 1099. William

died on 9 Apr 1137, he was 38.[3, line 183-4] Occupation: Count of Poitou, Duke of Aquitaine.[3, line 183-4]

In 1121 when William was 22, he married Eleanor (Alienor) DE CHASTELLERAULT.[3, line 183-4]

They had the following children:
81697 i. Eleanor (1123-1204)
ii. Pétronille (Aésis)

163395 Eleanor (Alienor) DE CHASTELLERAULT. Born abt 1103. Eleanor (Alienor) died aft Mar 1130, she was

27.[203, line 159-30] Alias/AKA: Châtellerault.

163396 Guillaume (William) DE TAILLEFER IV, of Angouleme. Born abt 1134 in Angouleme, Aquitaine, France.

Guillaume (William) married Marguerite (Margaret) DE TURENNE.

They had one child:
81698 i. William (~1160-1218)

163397 Marguerite (Margaret) DE TURENNE.

163398 Lord Pierre (Peter) DE COURTENAY. Born abt 1125 in Courtenay, Loiret, France. Pierre (Peter) died in

1183, he was 58. Occupation: Emperor of Constantinople.

Pierre (Peter) married Elizabeth.

They had one child:
81699 i. Alix (Alice) (~1160-1218)

163399 Elizabeth. Elizabeth died in 1205.

163408 King of France Louis CAPET VII "The Young".[213, Figure 2, pp. 195-196] Born in 1121. Louis died in

Paris, France on 18 Sep 1180, he was 59.[209],[3, line 101-25] Buried in Notre Dame de Barbeau,

Fontainebleau, France. Occupation: King of France 25 December 1137-1180.

On 18 Oct 1160 when Louis was 39, he married Alix (Alice) DE CHAMPAGNE.

They had the following children:
81704 i. Philip Augustus (1165-1223)
ii. Alix (Alice) (1170->1200)
iii. Agnès (1171-1240)

163409 Alix (Alice) DE CHAMPAGNE. Born abt 1140. Alix (Alice) died in 1206, she was 66.[209]

163410 Count of Hainault Baldwin (Baudoin) V. Baldwin (Baudoin) died on 17 Dec 1195.[3, line 163-27]

In 1169 Baldwin (Baudoin) married Marguerite D'ALSACE[1].

They had the following children:
163746 i. Baldwin (Baudoin) (-1205)
81705 ii. Isabella (1170-1190)

163411 Marguerite D'ALSACE.[1] Born in 1135. Marguerite died on 17 Dec 1194, she was 59.[3, line 164-27]

163412 King of Castile Sancho DE CASTILE III. Sancho died in 1158.[3, line 113-26]

On 4 Feb 1151 Sancho married Blanche (Sancha) DE NAVARRE.[3, line 113A-26]

They had one child:
81706 i. Alfonso (1155-1214)

163413 Blanche (Sancha) DE NAVARRE. Blanche (Sancha) died on 24 Jun 1158.[3, line 113A-26]

163414 same as ahnentafel number 40884

163415 same as ahnentafel number 81697

163416 Count of Louvain Godfrey DE BRABANT. Born in 1142.[3, line 155-25] Godfrey died in 1186, he was 44.[3,

line 155-25]

In 1155 when Godfrey was 13, he married Margaret VON LIMBOURG.[3, line 155-25]

They had one child:
81708 i. Henri (1160-1235)

163417 Margaret VON LIMBOURG.

163418 Matthieu (Matthew) D'ALSACE. Born in 1137. Matthieu (Matthew) died in 1214, he was 77.

Matthieu (Matthew) married Mary Countess of Boulogne.

They had one child:
81709 i. Maud (1163-1211)

163419 Mary Countess of Boulogne. Born in 1131. Mary died in 1182, she was 51.

163420 Holy Roman Emperor Frederick BARBAROSSA I "Red Beard". Born abt 1121. Frederick died in 1190, he was

69.[228, p 259],[254, chart 2, p 18]

Frederick married Countess Beatrice (Beatrix) DE PALATINE.

They had the following children:
81710 i. Philippe (-1208)
ii. Henry (Heinrich) (-1197)

163421 Countess Beatrice (Beatrix) DE PALATINE.

163422 Byzantine Emperor Isaac ANGELUS II. Isaac died in 1204.[215, p 171]

81711 i. Irini (Irene) (-1208)
ii. Alexios

163488 Roger FITZRICHARD 1st Lord Warkworth. Roger died in 1178.[218, line 156-1]

Roger married Alice DE VERE.

They had one child:
81744 i. Robert (-1212)

163489 Alice DE VERE. Born bef 1141.[218, line 156-1] Alice died aft 1185, she was 44.[218, line 156-1]

163490 William DE CHESNEY.

81745 i. Margaret

163520 Liulf DE ALDITHLEY.[124, vol 1, p 337, note (c)]

81760 i. Liulf

163536 Count Fulk D'ANJOU V "The Young". Born in 1092 in Anjou, France.[203, line 2-29] Fulk died in

Jerusalem, Israel in 1143, he was 51.[3, line 118-24] Buried in Church Of Holy Sepulcher, Jerusalem, Israel.

Occupation: Count of Anjou, King of Jerusalem.[259, p 21] Alias/AKA: Foulques.

On 11 Jul 1110 when Fulk was 18, he married Heremburge DE MAINE, in France.

They had the following children:
326823 i. Sybilla (1105-1167)
81768 ii. Geoffrey (1113-1151)

163537 Heremburge DE MAINE. Heremburge died in 1126 in Maine, France.[203, p 313 line 29] Alias/AKA:

Ermengarde, Ermentrude.

163538 King of England Henry BEAUCLERC I.[203, p. 68],[424, p 3],[259, pp 86, 227] Born abt 1068 in Selby,

York, England. Henry died in Angers, Maine-et-Loire, France on 2 Dec 1136, he was 68. A surfeit of lampreys

(none too fresh) caused his death of promanine poisoning. Buried in Reading Abbey, England. Occupation: King

of England 1100-1135.[1]


On 22 Nov 1100 when Henry was 32, he married Matilda of Scotland, in Westminster Abbey, London, England.[3,

line 1-23]

They had the following children:
81769 i. Matilda (1102-1167)
ii. William (-1120)
iii. Richard (-1120)

163539 Matilda of Scotland. Born in 1079 in Dunfermline, Scotland.[3, line 1-23] Matilda died in Westminster

Palace, England on 1 May 1118, she was 39. Alias/AKA: Edith.

163728 same as ahnentafel number 40852

163729 same as ahnentafel number 40853

163730 same as ahnentafel number 40850

163731 same as ahnentafel number 40851

163732 King of Aragon Pedro D'ARAGON II. Born in 1176. Pedro died in in battle of Muret, against the

Albigensians on 13 Sep 1213, he was 37.[3, line 105A-28] Occupation: King of Aragon, Count of Barcelona,

Count of Gevandur.

On 25 Jun 1208 when Pedro was 32, he married Marie DE MONTPELLIER.

They had one child:
81866 i. James (1208-1276)

163733 Marie DE MONTPELLIER. Born in 1182. Marie died in Rome, Italy in 1218, she was 36. Buried in St.

Peter's Basilica, Rome, Italy.[3, line 105A-28]

163734 King of Hungary Andras (Andrew) II. Born in 1176.[214, p 260] Andras (Andrew) died abt 7 Mar 1235, he

was 59.[9, chart 34, p 498],[214, p 261]

In 1215 when Andras (Andrew) was 39, he married Yolande DE COURTENAY.[214, p 250]

They had one child:
81867 i. Jolan (Yolanda) (1213-1255)

163735 Yolande DE COURTENAY. Born in 1198. Yolande died in 1233, she was 35.[214, p 260]

163736 Thibault DE NAVARRE V, Count of Champagne. Born on 13 May 1179. Thibault died on 24 May 1201, he was


On 1 Jul 1199 when Thibault was 20, he married Blanca DE NAVARRE.

They had one child:
81868 i. Teobaldo (Theobald) (1201-1253)

163737 Blanca DE NAVARRE. Blanca died on 14 Mar 1229.

163738 Archambaud (Archibald) DE BOURBON VIII, Lord Bourbon. Born in 1189.

81869 i. Marguerite (1205-1256)

163744 Jacques DE AVESNES. Jacques died in 1191.

Jacques married Adelphie DE GUISE.

They had one child:
81872 i. Bouchard (1182-1244)

163745 Adelphie DE GUISE. Born abt 1155.[203, line 50-27]

163746 Count of Hainault Baldwin (Baudoin) VI. Baldwin (Baudoin) died in 1205.

Baldwin (Baudoin) married Marie de Champagne[1].

They had one child:
81873 i. Marguerite (1202-1280)

163747 Marie de Champagne.[1] Marie died in 1204.

163748 Count Willem I, of Holland. Willem died in 1222.

Willem married Aleid VAN GELRE.

They had one child:
81874 i. Floris (-1234)

163749 Aleid VAN GELRE. Aleid died in 1218.

163750 same as ahnentafel number 81708

163751 same as ahnentafel number 81709

163758 Robert CAPET II, Count of Dreux. Born in 1154. Robert died in 1218, he was 64.

81879 i. Philippa (1192-1242)

163768 same as ahnentafel number 40852

163769 same as ahnentafel number 40853

163770 same as ahnentafel number 40850

163771 same as ahnentafel number 40851

163772 King of Hungary Bela IV. Bela died abt 1270.[9, chart 34, p 498],[214, p 261]

Bela married Maria "Laskarina".

They had one child:
81886 i. Stephen (Istvan) (1240-1272)

163773 Maria "Laskarina". Maria died in 1270.

163774 Khan of Cumania Kuthen.

81887 i. Erzsebet (-1290)

19th Generation

315408 King of Scotland Malcolm III.[9, p. 395],[28],[1],[3, p 170 line 21],[2],[218] Born abt 1031 in

Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland. Malcolm died in near Alnwick, Northumberland, England on 13 Nov 1093, he was

62. Buried in Holy Trinity Church, Dunfermline, Scotland; later moved to Escorial, Madrid, Spain. Occupation:

Sub-King of Cumbria and Strathclyde, King of Scotland.[9, p 395]

abt 1069 when Malcolm was 38, he married Saint Margaret, in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland.[1],[218],[203]

They had the following children:
i. Edward (-1093)
ii. Edmund (->1097)
iii. Edgar (~1072-1107)
iv. Alexander (-1124)
163539 v. Matilda (1079-1118)
157704 vi. David (~1084-1153)
vii. Ethelred (-1097)
653679 viii. Mary (1084-1116)

315409 Saint Margaret. Born in 1045.[3, line 1-22] Margaret died in Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh, Mid-Lothian,

Scotland on 16 Nov 1093, she was 48.[3, p 1 line 22] Buried in Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland. Occupation:

canonized 1250.[3, line 1-22]

315410 Waltheof Earl of Northumbria.[198, chart 3] Waltheof died in 1075.[124, vol 4, Chart 4]

In 1070 Waltheof married Judith DE LENS.

They had one child:
157705 i. Matilda (Maud) (~1072-~1130)

315411 Judith DE LENS. Born in 1054. Judith died aft 1086, she was 32.

315412 William DE WARENNE 1st Earl of Surrey. Born abt 1055 in Bellencombe, France. William died in Lewes,

Sussex, England on 24 Jun 1088, he was 33.[3, line 83-24],[124, vol 12, p 494] C.P. states he was mortally

wounded at the end of May 1088 during the seige of Pevensy, France.

William married Gundred DE ST. BERTIN.

They had the following children:
157706 i. William (-1138)
ii. Rainald
iii. Edith

315413 Gundred DE ST. BERTIN. Born ca 1063. Gundred died in Castle Acre, Norfolk, England on 27 May 1085,

she was 22.[124, vol 12, p 494] died in childbirth. Buried in Chapter House in Lewes, Sussex, England.[124,

vol 12, p 494]

315414 Hugh DE CREPI Magnus. Born in 1057 in France. Hugh died in Tarsus, Turkey on 18 Oct 1101, he was

44.[3, p 53 line 23] Occupation: Duke of France and Burgundy.[203, line 239-30]

Hugh married Adelaide (Adélaïde) DE VERMANDOIS.

They had the following children:
157707 i. Isabel (1081-<1147)
ii. Raoul

315415 Adelaide (Adélaïde) DE VERMANDOIS. Born abt 1062.[203, line 239-30] Adelaide (Adélaïde) died in

Meulan, France in 1120, she was 58.[3, line 50-23] Occupation: Countess of Vermandois and Valois.[203, line


315416 Ranulph LE MESCHIN Earl of Chester. Ranulph died abt 1129.[3, line 132A-26],[124, vol 4, Chart 4]

Buried in St. Werburg's, co. Chester, England.

abt 1098 Ranulph married Lucy.

They had the following children:
159637 i. Adeliza
157708 ii. Ranulph (~1100-1153)

315417 Lucy.

315418 Robert FITZHENRY 1st Earl of Gloucester. Robert died on 31 Oct 1147.[124, vol 5, "Chart pedigree of

the Earls & Dukes of Gloucester"; vol 4, chart III],[3, line 124-26] Alias/AKA: Fitzroy, de Caen.

Robert married Mabel FITZHAMON.

They had the following children:
i. Mabel
157709 ii. Maud (-1189)
157986 iii. William (-1183)

315419 Mabel FITZHAMON. Alias/AKA: Maud.

315440 William DE BRAIOSE 3rd Lord of Bramber. Occupation: 3rd Lord of Bramber, Sheriff of Herefordshire.

William married Bertha DE PÃŽTRES.

They had the following children:
157720 i. William (-1211)
ii. Maud
iii. Roger

315441 Bertha DE PÃŽTRES.

315442 Reginald DE ST. VALERY. Reginald died in 1166.

157721 i. Maud (Matilda) (-1210)

315450 Walter DE SALISBURY.

157725 i. Sybil

315452 Gilbert DE CLARE lst Earl of Pembroke. Born abt 1100. Gilbert died in 1148, he was 48.[3, line 184-4]

Buried in Tintern Abbey. Occupation: Earl of Pembroke 1138; Earl of Beinfaite, Orbec, and Netherwent 1138

(after his brothers died).

Gilbert married Isabel DE BEAUMONT.

They had one child:
157726 i. Richard (~1130-1176)

315453 Isabel DE BEAUMONT. Born abt 1106.[3, line 66-25]

315454 King of Leinster Diarmait MACMURCHADA.

Diarmait married Mor UA TUATHAIL (O'TOOLE).

They had one child:
157727 i. Eve (->1186)


315472 Gilbert BASSET.[203, p 395-29]

Gilbert married Edith D'OYLY[203, p 396 line 29].

They had one child:
157736 i. Thomas (-1182)

315473 Edith D'OYLY.[203, p 396 line 29]


157737 i. Alice (Adeliza)

315480 same as ahnentafel number 163416

315481 Imaine DE LOOS.

Imaine married Count of Louvain Godfrey DE BRABANT.

They had one child:
157740 i. Godfrey (-1266)

315482 Robert DE HASTINGS.

In 1199 Robert married Maud DE FLAMVILLE.

They had one child:
157741 i. Alice

315483 Maud DE FLAMVILLE.

315972 same as ahnentafel number 315418

315973 same as ahnentafel number 315419

315974 Robert DE BEAUMONT Earl of Leicester. Born in 1104.[124, vol 7, p 527] Robert died on 5 Apr 1168, he

was 64.[124, vol 7, p 530]

aft Nov 1120 when Robert was 16, he married Amice DE GAEL.[124, vol 7, p 529, note (d)]

They had the following children:
158026 i. Robert (-1190)
ii. Isabel
157987 iii. Hawise (-1197)

315975 Amice DE GAEL. Amice died on 31 Aug .[124, vol 7, p 530, note (e)] year is unknown, but after her

husband's death in 1168 she entered the convent of Nuneaton.

316016 King of Castile and Leon Alfonso DE LEON VII.[3, line 114-25] Born in 1103.[3, line 113-25] Alfonso

died on 21 Aug 1157, he was 54.[203, line 83-62]

bef Jul 1124 when Alfonso was 21, he married Berenguela DE BARCELONA.[3, line 114-25]

They had the following children:
158008 i. Ferdinand (1137-1188)
ii. Constance (~1140-1160)
163412 iii. Sancho (-1158)

316017 Berenguela DE BARCELONA. Berenguela died on 3 Feb 1148.[3, line 113-25]

316024 Count Alberic DE DAMMARTIN. Born abt 1102 in Ile-de-France.

Alberic married Clemence DE BARCELONA.

They had one child:
158012 i. Alberic (~1148-1200)

316025 Clemence DE BARCELONA. Born abt 1106.

316028 Jean DE PONTHIEU I. Jean died in 1191.

Jean married Beatrice DE ST. POL.

They had one child:
158014 i. William (Guillaume) (-1221)

316029 Beatrice DE ST. POL.

316048 Saher DE QUINCY. Saher died abt 1158.[124, vol 12, p 746]

aft 1136 Saher married Maud DE ST. LIZ.[124, vol 12, p 745]

They had the following children:
158024 i. Robert (-<1197)
ii. Saher (-1190)

316049 Maud DE ST. LIZ. Maud died bef 1163.[124, vol 12, p 746]

316050 Nes DE LEUCHARS.

158025 i. Orable (-<1203)

316052 same as ahnentafel number 315974

316053 same as ahnentafel number 315975

319064 William D'AUBIGNY 1st Earl of Arundel. William died on 12 Oct 1176.[3, line 149-24]

In 1138 William married Adeliza of Louvain.[3, line 149-24]

They had the following children:
159532 i. William (-1193)
ii. Ralph
iii. Henry
iv. Geoffrey
v. Alice
vi. Olivia
vii. Agatha

319065 Adeliza of Louvain. Born abt 1103 in Louvain, Belgium. aged 48 years at her death. Adeliza died in

Flanders, France on 23 Apr 1151, she was 48.[3, line 149-25] Buried in Afflighem, Flanders, France.

319232 William DE BEAUCHAMP.

William married Maud DE BRAIOSE[246].

They had one child:
159616 i. William

319233 Maud DE BRAIOSE.[246]

319234 Thomas DE WALERLE.

159617 i. Joane

319256 Henry DE NEWBURGH 1st Earl of Warwick. Henry died in 1123.[124, vol 4, chart 3]

Henry married Margaret DE PERCHE.

They had one child:
159628 i. Roger (~1107-1153)

319257 Margaret DE PERCHE.

319258 same as ahnentafel number 157706

319259 same as ahnentafel number 157707

319272 Gilbert DE CLARE (FITZRICHARD). Born bef 1066 in Clare, Suffolk, England. Gilbert died in 1117, he

was 51.[124, vol 3, p 242-243]

Gilbert married Adeliz(e) DE CLERMONT.

They had the following children:
315452 i. Gilbert (~1100-1148)
159636 ii. Richard (-1136)
326979 iii. Alice (-~1163)
319307 iv. Rohese

319273 Adeliz(e) DE CLERMONT. Born abt 1058.

319274 same as ahnentafel number 315416

319275 same as ahnentafel number 315417

319306 Badeion DE MONMOUTH.

Badeion married Rohese DE CLARE.

They had one child:
159653 i. Rohese

319307 Rohese DE CLARE.

319312 Humphrey DE BOHUN III. Born abt 1120. Humphrey died on 6 Apr 1187, he was 67.

Humphrey married Margery DE GLOUCESTER.

They had one child:
159656 i. Humphrey (-1182)

319313 Margery DE GLOUCESTER. Margery died in 1146.

319314 same as ahnentafel number 78852

319315 same as ahnentafel number 78853

319318 William DE SAYE.[124, vol 4, Chart 1]

159659 i. Beatrice

319360 Hugh DE MORTIMER Lord of Wigmore.[124] Hugh died abt 1148.

Research: emigrated to the United States when his daughter, Maria, was two years old. Not heard from again

by family; however, he sent money from his pension to the family.[101]
His grandson also stated that he was a masonry worker.

First arrived in U.S. at Port of NY (Ellis Island) on 28 July 1905 on board the ship "Rome" which sailed from

Naples, Italy. He stated his residence as Salandra, Potenza, Italy, and his marital status as single. He

was 23 at that time.
He apparently returned to Salandra, married, had two children, then returned to the U.S. on 24 December 1910

on board the ship "Ultonia" sailing from Naples, Italy. He stated his occupation as bricklayer, married,

able to read and write. His next of kin in Italy was listed as "Antonia Maroggia", a phonetic spelling of

her last name, living in Salandra, Italy. He was 29 years old at that time. He had $15 on him, stated that

he had visited previously in 1905, which corroborates with the first paragraph information, as he was the

only Giuseppe Agneta listed from Salandra that year. He was 5 feet 11 inches tall, black hair, brown eyes,

dark complexion, and in good health.[288, 2nd class passenger manifest, dated 24 December 1910, line 6]

Hugh married unknown.

They had the following children:
159680 i. Hugh (-1181)
ii. Roger
iii. Ralph
iv. William

319361 unknown.

319362 William LE MESCHIN.

i. Philip
ii. Ranulph (-1167)
159681 iii. Maud

319368 Owain I GWYNED Prince of North Wales.


They had one child:
159684 i. Iorwerth


319370 Madog AP MAREDUDD King of Powys. Madog died in 1160.[3, line 176-6]

Madog married Susanna FERCH GRYFFYDD.

They had one child:
159685 i. Maraded

319371 Susanna FERCH GRYFFYDD.

324804 Robert DE VERE 3rd Earl of Oxford. Born aft 1164.[218, line 120-1] Robert died bef 25 Oct 1221, he

was 57.[218, line 120-1] Occupation: Magna Charta Surety, 1215; Lord Chamberlain of England.[218, line 120-1]

Robert married Isabel DE BOLBEC.

They had one child:
162402 i. Hugh (~1210-<1263)

324805 Isabel DE BOLBEC. Isabel died on 13 Feb 1248.[218, line 120-1]

324806 same as ahnentafel number 79012

324807 same as ahnentafel number 79013

324824 Herbert FITZHERBERT. Herbert died bef Jun 1204.[3, line 262-28]

Herbert married Lucy DE HEREFORD Lady of Blaen Llynfi.

They had one child:
162412 i. Peter (-<1235)

324825 Lucy DE HEREFORD Lady of Blaen Llynfi. Residence: Blaen Llyfni, co. Brecknock, Wales.[3, line 246D-28]

324826 same as ahnentafel number 81744

324827 same as ahnentafel number 81745

325506 Alan Fergant DE BRITTANY Duke of Brittany.

162753 i. Hawise

325568 Ancelin GOEL. Ancelin died bef 1119.[124, vol 8, p 210]

Ancelin married Isabel DE BRÉTEUIL.

They had the following children:
162784 i. William (-<1170)
ii. Robert (-<1123)

325569 Isabel DE BRÉTEUIL.

325570 Count of Meulan Robert DE BEAUMONT lst Earl of Leicester. Robert died on 5 Jun 1118.[124, vol 4, chart

3; vol 7, p 526; vol 12, p 496] Occupation: Earl of Leicester, Count of Meulan.[124, vol 7, Leicester chart]

Robert married Isabel DE VERMANDOIS.

They had the following children:
315453 i. Isabel (~1106-)
315974 ii. Robert (1104-1168)
162785 iii. Maud (->1189)
iv. Adeline
v. Waleran
vi. Aubrée
vii. Hugh[124, vol 7, Leicester chart]

325571 same as ahnentafel number 157707

326144 Peter (Piers) DE ROS. Peter (Piers) died bef 1130.[124, vol 11, p 90] Occupation: Steward to the

Count of Aumale, Lord of Holderness.[124, vol 11, p 90]

Research: According to Cokayne's Complete Peerage, his ancestry is unknown

Peter (Piers) married Adeline ESPEC.

They had the following children:
163072 i. Robert
ii. Everard (~1114-<1153)

326145 Adeline ESPEC.

326656 Duke of Louvaine Godfrey DE BRABANT I "The Bearded". Godfrey died on 25 Jan 1139.[1]

Godfrey married [124, vol 10, p 455, note 1 says mother of Joscelyn unproven].

They had one child:
163328 i. Joscelyn (-1180)

326657 UNNAMED.[124, vol 10, p 455, note 1 says mother of Joscelyn unproven]

326688 William FITZALAN. Born in Oswestry, Salopshire, England.

William married Isabel DE SAYE.

They had one child:
163344 i. John (~1164-1240)

326689 Isabel DE SAYE. Born in Clun, Shropshire, England.

326690 same as ahnentafel number 79766

326691 same as ahnentafel number 79767

326708 Count Thomas DE SAVOY I. Born on 20 May 1177. Thomas died on 1 Mar 1233, he was 55.[3, line 28-31]

In May 1195 when Thomas was 17, he married Margaret DE GENEVA.[3, line 133-26]

They had the following children:
163354 i. Amadeo (-1253)
ii. Thomas

326709 Margaret DE GENEVA. Born abt 1180.[3, line 133-26] Margaret died in Pierre Chatel on 8 Apr 1257, she

was 77.

326788 William D'AQUITAINE IX, Duke of Aquitaine. Born abt 22 Oct 1071.[3, line 110-24] William died on 10

Feb 1126/27, he was 54.[3, line 110-24] Occupation: Count of Poitou 1086-1126, Duke of Aquitaine, Crusader in

1101.[3, line 110-24]

In 1094 when William was 22, he married Philippa DE TOULOUSE.

They had the following children:
163394 i. William (1099-1137)
ii. Agnes (~1097-)

326789 Philippa DE TOULOUSE. Born abt 1073.[3, line 110-24] Philippa died on 28 Nov 1117, she was 44.[3,

line 185-3] Alias/AKA: Mathilde / Maud.

326790 Viscount Aumary (Aimery) DE CHASTELLERAULT I. Aumary (Aimery) died on 7 Nov 1151 in Notre Dame de

Noyers, France.[3, line 183-3]

Aumary (Aimery) married Dangerose (Dangereuse) DE L'ISLE BOUCHARD.

They had one child:
163395 i. Eleanor (Alienor) (~1103->1130)

326791 Dangerose (Dangereuse) DE L'ISLE BOUCHARD. Dangerose (Dangereuse) died aft 1119.[203, line 159-31]

326796 King of France Louis CAPET VI "The Fat". Born in 1084 in Paris, France. Louis died in Chateau Bethizy,

Paris, France on 1 Aug 1137, he was 53.[209],[3, line 101-24] Occupation: King of France, 1108-1137.

In 1115 when Louis was 31, he married Adelaide (Adélaïde) DE SAVOY (SAVOIE), in Paris, France.

They had the following children:
i. Philippe (1116-1131)
163408 ii. Louis (1121-1180)
iii. Henri (1121-1175)
327516 iv. Robert (1123-1188)
v. Philippe (1123-1188)
163398 vi. Pierre (Peter) (~1125-1183)
vii. Hughes
viii. Constance (1124-1176)

326797 Adelaide (Adélaïde) DE SAVOY (SAVOIE). Born in 1092. Adelaide (Adélaïde) died on 18 Nov 1154, she was

62.[3, line 101-24]

326798 Renaud (Reginald) DE COURTENAY.

Renaud (Reginald) married Hawise DE DONJON.

They had one child:
163399 i. Elizabeth (-1205)

326799 Hawise DE DONJON.

326816 same as ahnentafel number 326796

326817 same as ahnentafel number 326797

326818 Theobald IV, Count of Blois. Theobald died on 8 Jan 1152. Alias/AKA: Thibault.

In 1126 Theobald married Matilda DE CARINTHIA.

They had one child:
163409 i. Alix (Alice) (~1140-1206)

326819 Matilda DE CARINTHIA. Matilda died in 1161.[3, line 137-24]

326820 Count of Hainault Baldwin (Baudoin) IV. Baldwin (Baudoin) died on 8 Nov 1171.[3, line 163-26]

Baldwin (Baudoin) married Alice DE NAMUR.

They had one child:
163410 i. Baldwin (Baudoin) (-1195)

326821 Alice DE NAMUR. Alice died in 1168.

326822 Dietrich D'ALSACE. Born in 1099. Dietrich died in 1168, he was 69.

Dietrich married Sybilla D'ANJOU.

They had the following children:
163411 i. Marguerite (1135-1194)
163418 ii. Matthieu (Matthew) (1137-1214)

326823 Sybilla D'ANJOU. Born in 1105. Sybilla died in Abbey, St Lazarus, Bethlehem in 1167, she was 62.

326824 same as ahnentafel number 316016

326825 same as ahnentafel number 316017

326826 King of Navarre Garcia DE NAVARRE VII "El Restaurador". Garcia died on 21 Nov 1150.[3, line 113A-25]

Garcia married Margaret (Marguerite) DE L'AIGLE.

They had one child:
163413 i. Blanche (Sancha) (-1158)

326827 Margaret (Marguerite) DE L'AIGLE. Margaret (Marguerite) died on 25 May 1141.[3, line 113A-25]

326832 Count of Louvain Godfrey DE BRABANT II. Godfrey died in 1143.[3, line 155-24]

In 1139 Godfrey married Luitgarde DE SULTZBACH.[3, line 155-24]

They had one child:
163416 i. Godfrey (1142-1186)

326833 Luitgarde DE SULTZBACH.

326834 Count Henry VON LIMBOURG II.[3, line 155-25]

Henry married Matilda VON SAFFENBERG[3, line 155-25].

They had one child:
163417 i. Margaret

326835 Matilda VON SAFFENBERG.[3, line 155-25]

326836 same as ahnentafel number 326822

326837 same as ahnentafel number 326823

326838 King of England Stephen. Born abt 1097. Stephen died in Dover, England in 1154, he was 57. Buried in

Faversham Abbey, England.

Though charming, attractive and (when required) a brave warrior, Stephen (reigned 1135-54) lacked

ruthlessness and failed to inspire loyalty. He could neither control his friends nor subdue his enemies,

despite the support of his brother Henry of Blois (Bishop of Winchester) and his able wife Matilda of

Boulogne. Henry I's daughter Matilda invaded England in 1139 to claim the throne, and the country was plunged

into civil war. Although anarchy never spread over the whole country, local feuds were pursued under the

cover of the civil war; the bond between the King and the nobles broke down, and senior figures (including

Stephen's brother Henry) freely changed allegiances as it suited them.

In 1141, Stephen was captured at Lincoln and his defeat seemed certain. However, Matilda's arrogant behaviour

antagonised even her own supporters (Angevins), and Stephen was released in exchange for her captured ally

and illegitimate half-brother, Earl Robert of Gloucester. After the latter's death in 1147, Matilda retired

to Normandy (which her husband, the Count of Anjou had conquered) in 1148. Stephen's throne was still

disputed. Matilda's eldest son, Henry, who had been given Normandy by his father in 1150 and who had married

the heiress Eleanor Duchess of Aquitaine, invaded England in 1149 and again in 1153. Stephen fought

stubbornly against Henry; Stephen even attempted to ensure his son Eustace's succession by having him crowned

in Stephen's own lifetime. The Church refused (having quarrelled with the king some years previously);

Eustace's death later in 1153 helped lead to a negotiated peace (the treaty of Wallingford) under which Henry

would inherit the throne after Stephen's death.[207]

Stephen married Matilda.

They had the following children:
i. Baldwin (~1126-~1136)
ii. Eustace (~1131-1153)
iii. William (<1137-1159)
163419 iv. Mary (1131-1182)

326839 Matilda. Matilda died on 3 May 1152 in Hedingham Castle, Essex, England. Buried in Faversham Abbey,


326840 Duke Friedrich HOHENSTAUFFEN II, "The One-Eyed". Friedrich died on 6 Apr 1147.[228, p 259],[3, line


Friedrich married Judith VON BAVARIA.

They had one child:
163420 i. Frederick (~1121-1190)

326841 Judith VON BAVARIA.

326842 Count of Burgundy Raimond (Rainald) DE PALATINE III. Raimond (Rainald) died in 1148.

Raimond (Rainald) married Agatha DE LORRAINE.

They had one child:
163421 i. Beatrice (Beatrix)

326843 Agatha DE LORRAINE.

326844 Andronikos Dukas ANGELOS. Andronikos Dukas died in 1185.

Andronikos Dukas married Euphrosyne.

They had the following children:
163422 i. Isaac (-1204)
ii. Alexios (-1203)

326845 Euphrosyne. Euphrosyne died in 1195.

326976 Richard.

Richard married Jane BIGOD.

They had one child:
163488 i. Roger (-1178)

326977 Jane BIGOD.

326978 Aubrey DE VERE. Aubrey died on 15 May 1141 in London, England.[124, line 154-1] killed. Occupation:

Sheriff of London and Middlesex, Justice and Master Chamberlain of England, 1133.[218, line 154-1],[124, vol

10, p 195]

Aubrey married Alice DE CLARE.

They had the following children:
649608 i. Aubrey (~1110-1194)
163489 ii. Alice (<1141->1185)

326979 Alice DE CLARE. Alice died abt 1163.[3, line 246D-25] Alias/AKA: Adeliza.

327072 Count Fulk D'ANJOU IV "Rechin".[275],[276] Born in 1043.[203, line 2-30] Fulk died on 14 Apr 1109, he

was 66.[203, line 2-30] Alias/AKA: Foulques.

In 1089 when Fulk was 46, he married Bertrade DE MONTFORT. They were divorced on 15 May 1092.

They had the following children:
163536 i. Fulk (1092-1143)
ii. Ermengarde

327073 Bertrade DE MONTFORT. Bertrade died in 1117 in Fontrevault, France.[203, line 90-28]

327074 Count Elias (Helie) DE MAINE. Elias (Helie) died in 1110.[203, p 313 line 30]

Elias (Helie) married Matilde DE CHATEAU-DU-LOIR.

They had one child:
163537 i. Heremburge (-1126)

327075 Matilde DE CHATEAU-DU-LOIR. Matilde died in 1099.[203, p 354 line 30]

327076 King of England William DE NORMANDY "The Conquerer".[427] Born in 1027/28 in Falaise, Normandy,

France.[4] William died in Priory of St. Gervais, Rouen, France on 8/9 Sep 1087, he was 60.[203] died of a

burst bowel at age 59. While jumping a trench on horseback, his stomach was forced onto the pommel. Buried

in Abbey of St. Stephen, Caen, France.[422] Occupation: Duke of Normandy, King of England.

Research: Born around 1028, William was the illegitimate son of Duke Robert I of Normandy, and Herleve (also

known as Arlette), daughter of a tanner in Falaise. Known as 'William the Bastard' to his contemporaries, his

illegitimacy shaped his career when he was young. On his father's death in 1035, William was recognised by

his family as the heir - an exception to the general rule that illegitimacy barred succession. His great

uncle looked after the Duchy during William's minority, and his overlord, King Henry I of France, knighted

him at the age of 15.

From 1047 onwards, William successfully dealt with rebellion inside Normandy involving his kinsmen and

threats from neighbouring nobles, including attempted invasions by his former ally King Henry I of France in

1054 (the French forces were defeated at the Battle of Mortemer) and 1057. William's military successes and

reputation helped him to negotiate his marriage to Mathilda, daughter of Count Baldwin V of Flanders. At the

time of his invasion of England, William was a very experienced and ruthless military commander, ruler and

administrator who had unified Normandy and inspired fear and respect outside his duchy.

William's claim to the English throne was based on his assertion that, in 1051, Edward the Confessor had

promised him the throne (he was a distant cousin) and that Harold II - having sworn in 1064 to uphold

William's right to succeed to that throne - was therefore a usurper. Furthermore, William had the support of

Emperor Henry IV and papal approval. William took seven months to prepare his invasion force, using some 600

transport ships to carry around 7,000 men (including 2,000-3,000 cavalry) across the Channel. On 28 September

1066, with a favourable wind, William landed unopposed at Pevensey and, within a few days, raised

fortifications at Hastings. Having defeated an earlier invasion by the King of Norway at the Battle of

Stamford Bridge near York in late September, Harold undertook a forced march south, covering 250 miles in

some nine days to meet the new threat, gathering inexperienced reinforcements to replenish his exhausted

veterans as he marched.

At the Battle of Senlac (near Hastings) on 14 October, Harold's weary and under-strength army faced William's

cavalry (part of the forces brought across the Channel) supported by archers. Despite their exhaustion,

Harold's troops were equal in number (they included the best infantry in Europe equipped with their terrible

two-handled battle axes) and they had the battlefield advantage of being based on a ridge above the Norman


The first uphill assaults by the Normans failed and a rumour spread that William had been killed; William

rode among the ranks raising his helmet to show he was still alive. The battle was close-fought: a chronicler

described the Norman counter-attacks and the Saxon defence as 'one side attacking with all mobility, the

other withstanding as though rooted to the soil'. Three of William's horses were killed under him.

William skilfully co-ordinated his archers and cavalry, both of which the English forces lacked. During a

Norman assault, Harold was killed - hit by an arrow and then mowed down by the sword of a mounted knight. Two

of his brothers were also killed. The demoralised English forces fled. (In 1070, as penance, William had an

abbey built on the site of the battle, with the high altar occupying the spot where Harold fell. The ruins of

Battle Abbey, and the town of Battle, which grew up around it, remain.)

William was crowned on Christmas Day 1066 in Westminster Abbey. Three months later, he was confident enough

to return to Normandy leaving two joint regents (one of whom was his half-brother Odo, Bishop of Bayeux, who

was later to commission the Bayeux Tapestry) behind to administer the kingdom. However, it took William six

years to consolidate his conquest, and even then he had to face constant plotting and fighting on both sides

of the Channel. In 1068, Harold's sons raided the south-west coast of England (dealt with by William's local

commanders), and there were uprisings in the Welsh Marches, Devon and Cornwall. William appointed earls who,

in Wales and in all parts of the kingdom, undertook to guard the threatened frontiers and maintain internal

security in return for land.

In 1069, the Danes, in alliance with Prince Edgar the Aetheling (Ethelred's great-grandson) and other English

nobles, invaded the north and took York. Taking personal charge, and pausing only to deal with the rising at

Stafford, William drove the Danes back to their ships on the Humber. In a harsh campaign lasting into 1070,

William systematically devastated Mercia and Northumbria to deprive the Danes of their supplies and prevent

recovery of English resistance. Churches and monasteries were burnt, and agricultural land was laid to waste,

creating a famine for the unarmed and mostly peasant population which lasted at least nine years. Although

the Danes were bribed to leave the north, King Sweyn of Denmark and his ships threatened the east coast (in

alliance with various English, including Hereward the Wake) until a treaty of peace was concluded in June


Further north, where the boundary with Scotland was unclear, King Malcolm III was encroaching into England.

Yet again, William moved swiftly and moved land and sea forces north to invade Scotland. The Treaty of

Abernethy in 1072 marked a truce, which was reinforced by Malcolm's eldest son being accepted as a hostage.

William consolidated his conquest by starting a castle-building campaign in strategic areas. Originally these

castles were wooden towers on earthen 'mottes' (mounds) with a bailey (defensive area) surrounded by earth

ramparts, but many were later rebuilt in stone. By the end of William's reign over 80 castles had been built

throughout his kingdom, as a permanent reminder of the new Norman feudal order.

William's wholesale confiscation of land from English nobles and their heirs (many nobles had died at the

battles of Stamford Bridge and Senlac) enabled him to recruit and retain an army, by demanding military

duties in exchange for land tenancy granted to Norman, French and Flemish allies. He created up to 180

'honours' (lands scattered through shires, with a castle as the governing centre), and in return had some

5,000 knights at his disposal to repress rebellions and pursue campaigns; the knights were augmented by

mercenaries and English infantry from the Anglo-Saxon militia, raised from local levies. William also used

the fyrd, the royal army - a military arrangement which had survived the Conquest. The King's

tenants-in-chief in turn created knights under obligation to them and for royal duties (this was called

subinfeudation), with the result that private armies centred around private castles were created - these were

to cause future problems of anarchy for unfortunate or weak kings. By the end of William's reign, a small

group of the King's tenants had acquired about half of England's landed wealth. Only two Englishmen still

held large estates directly from the King. A foreign aristocracy had been imposed as the new governing class.

The expenses of numerous campaigns, together with an economic slump (caused by the shifts in landed wealth,

and the devastation of northern England for military and political reasons), prompted William to order a

full-scale investigation into the actual and potential wealth of the kingdom to maximise tax revenues. The

Domesday survey was prompted by ignorance of the state of land holding in England, as well as the result of

the costs of defence measures in England and renewed war in France. The scope, speed, efficiency and

completion of this survey was remarkable for its time and resulted in the two-volume Domesday Book of 1086,

which still exists today. William needed to ensure the direct loyalty of his feudal tenants. The 1086 Oath of

Salisbury was a gathering of William's 170 tenants-in-chief and other important landowners who took an oath

of fealty to William.

William's reach extended elsewhere into the Church and the legal system. French superseded the vernacular

(Anglo-Saxon). Personally devout, William used his bishops to carry out administrative duties. Lanfranc,

Archbishop of Canterbury from 1070, was a first-class administrator who assisted in government when William

was absent in France, and who reorganised the Church in England. Having established the primacy of his

archbishopric over that of York, and with William's approval, Lanfranc excommunicated rebels, and set up

Church or spiritual courts to deal with ecclesiastical matters. Lanfranc also replaced English bishops and

abbots (some of whom had already been removed by the Council of Winchester under papal authority) with Norman

or French clergy to reduce potential political resistance. In addition, Canterbury and Durham Cathedrals were

rebuilt and some of the bishops' sees were moved to urban centres.

At his coronation, William promised to uphold existing laws and customs. The Anglo-Saxon shire courts and

'hundred' courts (which administered defence and tax, as well as justice matters) remained intact, as did

regional variations and private Anglo-Saxon jurisdictions. To strengthen royal justice, William relied on

sheriffs (previously smaller landowners, but replaced by influential nobles) to supervise the administration

of justice in existing county courts, and sent members of his own court to conduct important trials. However,

the introduction of Church courts, the mix of Norman/Roman law and the differing customs led to a continuing

complex legal framework. More severe forest laws reinforced William's conversion of the New Forest into a

vast Royal deer reserve. These laws caused great resentment, and to English chroniclers the New Forest became

a symbol of William's greed. Nevertheless the King maintained peace and order. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle in

1087 declared 'he was a very stern and violent man, so no one dared do anything contrary to his will ...

Amongst other things the good security he made in this country is not to be forgotten.'

William spent the last months of his reign in Normandy, fighting a counter-offensive in the French Vexin

territory against King Philip's annexation of outlying Normandy territory. Before his death on 9 September

1087, William divided his 'Anglo-Norman' state between his sons. (The scene was set for centuries of

expensive commitments by successive English monarchs to defend their inherited territories in France.)

William bequeathed Normandy as he had promised to his eldest son Robert, despite their bitter differences

(Robert had sided with his father's enemies in Normandy, and even wounded and defeated his father in a battle

there in 1079). His son, William Rufus, was to succeed William as King of England, and the third remaining

son, Henry, was left 5,000 pounds in silver. William was buried in his abbey foundation of St Stephen at

Caen. Desecrated by Huguenots (1562) and Revolutionaries (1793), the burial place of the first Norman king of

England is marked by a simple stone slab.[207]

In 1051 when William was 24, he married Matilda of Flanders[203],[3].[203]

They had the following children:
i. Robert (~1052-1134)
ii. William (~1057-1100)
653637 iii. Adela (~1062-1135)
163538 iv. Henry (~1068-1136)
v. Constance
vi. Richard (-~1081)
vii. Cecilia (-1126)
viii. Adeliza (-1065)
ix. Agatha (-~1074)

327077 Matilda of Flanders.[203],[3] Born in 1030/32 in Flanders, France.[203] Matilda died in Caen,

Normandy, France on 3 Nov 1083, she was 53.[4] Buried in Holy Trinity Abbey, Caen, France. Alias/AKA:

Mathilda / Maud.

327078 same as ahnentafel number 315408

327079 same as ahnentafel number 315409

327464 King of Aragon Alfonso D'ARAGON II. Alfonso died in 1196.

Alfonso married Sanchia DE CASTILE.

They had the following children:
163732 i. Pedro (1176-1213)
ii. Constance

327465 Sanchia DE CASTILE. Sanchia died in 1208.

327466 William DE MONTPELLIER VIII, Lord of Montpellier. William died in 1218 in Rome, Italy.[3, line

105A-27] Buried in St. Peter's Basilica, Rome, Italy.

William married Eudoxia KOMNENOS. They were divorced in 1187.

They had one child:
163733 i. Marie (1182-1218)

327467 Eudoxia KOMNENOS.

327468 King of Hungary Bela III. Born in 1148. Bela died in Apr 1196, he was 48.[214, p 260]

Bela married Agnes DE CHÂTILLON.

They had one child:
163734 i. Andras (Andrew) (1176-~1235)

327469 Agnes DE CHÂTILLON. Born in 1154. Agnes died in 1184, she was 30.[9, chart 34, p 498],[214, p 260]

327470 Prince Pierre DE COURTENAY. Born in 1172. Pierre died bef 1218, he was 46.[214, p 260]

Pierre married Yolande DE FLANDERS.

They had one child:
163735 i. Yolande (1198-1233)

327471 Yolande DE FLANDERS. Born in 1176. Yolande died in Aug 1219, she was 43.[214, p 260]

327474 King of Navarre Sancho DE NAVARRE VI.[207]

Sancho married Sanchia DE CASTILLA.

They had the following children:
i. Berengaria (~1163-~1231)
163737 ii. Blanca (-1229)

327475 Sanchia DE CASTILLA.

327488 Nicolas DE AVESNES.

Nicolas married Mathilde DE LA ROCHE.

They had one child:
163744 i. Jacques (-1191)

327489 Mathilde DE LA ROCHE.

327490 Bernard DE GUISE.

Bernard married Alix.

They had one child:
163745 i. Adelphie (~1155-)

327491 Alix.

327492 same as ahnentafel number 163410

327493 same as ahnentafel number 163411

327496 Count Floris III, of Holland. Floris died in 1190.

Floris married Ada ATHOLL Princess of Scotland.

They had one child:
163748 i. Willem (-1222)

327497 Ada ATHOLL Princess of Scotland. Ada died in 1230.

327498 Count Otto VAN GELRE I. Otto died in 1207.

Otto married Richardis VON BAVARIA.

They had one child:
163749 i. Aleid (-1218)

327499 Richardis VON BAVARIA.

327516 Robert CAPET I, Count of Dreux. Born in 1123. Robert died in 1188, he was 65.

163758 i. Robert (1154-1218)

327544 same as ahnentafel number 163734

327545 Gertrude DE MERAN. Gertrude died abt 1213.[9, chart 34, p 498],[214, p 261]

bef 1203 Gertrude married King of Hungary Andras (Andrew) II.[214, p 261]

They had the following children:
163772 i. Bela (-~1270)
ii. Elizabeth (-1231)

327546 Byzantine Emperor Theodoros LASCARIS. Theodoros died in 1222.

Theodoros married Anna KOMNENE "Angelina".

They had one child:
163773 i. Maria (-1270)

327547 Anna KOMNENE "Angelina". Anna died in 1212.

20th Generation

630816 King of Scots Duncan I. Born abt 1001 in Scotland.[1] Duncan died in Pitgaveny, Moray, Scotland on 15

Aug 1040, he was 39.[9, p. 395],[2],[3] killed in battle against MacBeth. Buried in Iona Island, Highlands,

Scotland. Occupation: King of Strathclyde and Scotland. Alias/AKA: Donnchad mac Crinan.

abt 1030 when Duncan was 29, he married Sybilla FITZSIWARD of Northumberland.

They had the following children:
315408 i. Malcolm (~1031-1093)
ii. Donald (1033-1099)
iii. Maelmuir

630817 Sybilla FITZSIWARD of Northumberland.

630818 King of the English Edward "The Atheling".[9, p 497] Born in 1016.[3, line 1-21] Edward died in

England in 1057, he was 41.[434]

Research: lived most of his life in exile in Hungary and Russia, d 1057 shortly after his return to England

to be accepted as heir of Edward the Confessor[434]

abt 1045 when Edward was 29, he married Agatha VON BRAUNSCHWEIG of Hungary.

They had the following children:
i. Edgar (~1055->1125)
315409 ii. Margaret (1045-1093)
iii. Christina (-~1086)

630819 Agatha VON BRAUNSCHWEIG of Hungary. Born abt 1025. Agatha died aft 1070, she was 45.

Research: The ancestry of Agatha is uncertain, she may have been the daughter of Liudolf, Margrave of west

Friedland and uterine elder brother of the Emperor Henry III[461]

630822 Lambert DE BOULOGNE Count of Lens. Born in 1022. Lambert died in Lille, France in 1054, he was 32.

died in Battle of Lille.

Lambert married Adeliza DE NORMANDY Countess of Aumale.

They had one child:
315411 i. Judith (1054->1086)

630823 Adeliza DE NORMANDY Countess of Aumale. Born in 1026.[3, line 136-23] Adeliza died bef 1090, she was

64.[3, line 136-23] Alias/AKA: Adelaide.

630824 Rudolf DE WARENNE.

315412 i. William (~1055-1088)

630826 Gerbod DE ST. BERTIN.

315413 i. Gundred (ca1063-1085)

630828 King of France Henry CAPET I. Born in 1008.[3, p 53 line 22] Henry died in Vitry-aux-Loges, France on

4 Aug 1060, he was 52.[209],[3, line 101-22]

On 19 May 1051 when Henry was 43, he married Anne JAROSLAWNA of Kiev, in Reims, France.

They had the following children:
653592 i. Philip (1052-1108)
ii. Robert
iii. Emma
315414 iv. Hugh (1057-1101)

630829 Anne JAROSLAWNA of Kiev. Born in 1024.[203, p 143 line 31] Anne died aft 1075, she was 51.[209]

630830 Count Herbert DE VERMANDOIS IV. Born abt 1032.[203, line 239-31] Herbert died bef 1096, he was

64.[3, line 50-22],[203, line 239-31] Occupation: Count of Vermandois, Vexin, and Valois.[203, line 239-31]

Herbert married Adela (Adèle) DE VALOIS DE VEXIN.

They had one child:
315415 i. Adelaide (Adélaïde) (~1062-1120)

630831 Adela (Adèle) DE VALOIS DE VEXIN. Adela (Adèle) died in 1080.

630832 Ranulph DE BESSIN Viscount of Bayeux. Ranulph died aft Apr 1089.[3, line 132A-25]

Ranulph married Margaret LE GOZ.

They had one child:
315416 i. Ranulph (-~1129)

630833 Margaret LE GOZ.

630836 same as ahnentafel number 163538

630837 unknown concubine. Alias/AKA: possibly Sybil Corbet.[124, vol 5, "Chart pedigree of the Earls & Dukes

of Gloucester"]

She did not marry King of England Henry BEAUCLERC I[203, p. 68],[424, p 3],[259, pp 86, 227].

They had the following children:
i. Sybilla
315418 ii. Robert (-1147)
iii. Elizabeth

630838 Robert FITZHAMON Lord of Creully. Robert died in 1107.[3, line 124-26] Occupation: Lord of Creully in

Calvados.[124, vol 5, Gloucester pedigree]

Robert married Sybil DE MONTGOMERY.

They had one child:
315419 i. Mabel

630839 Sybil DE MONTGOMERY.

630880 Philip DE BRAIOSE 2nd Lord of Bramber. Philip died bef 1155.

Philip married Aenor DE TOTENEIS.

They had one child:
315440 i. William

630881 Aenor DE TOTENEIS.

630882 Miles FITZWALTER Earl of Hereford. Miles died on 24 Dec 1142.[3, line 177-4]

Miles married Sibyl DE NEUFMARCHE.

They had one child:
315441 i. Bertha

630883 Sibyl DE NEUFMARCHE.

630904 same as ahnentafel number 319272

630905 same as ahnentafel number 319273

630906 same as ahnentafel number 325570

630907 same as ahnentafel number 157707

630962 Count Louis DE LOOS.[3, line 155-25]

315481 i. Imaine

631948 same as ahnentafel number 325570

631949 same as ahnentafel number 157707

631950 Ralph DE GAEL Lord of Gael. Occupation: Lord of Gael and Montfort in Brittany, France.[124, vol 7, p


315975 i. Amice

632034 Marquis of Barcelona Raymond BERENGER III.[3, line 113-25]

Raymond married Dulce (Aldonza) DE PROVENCE.

They had one child:
316017 i. Berenguela (-1148)

632035 Dulce (Aldonza) DE PROVENCE.

632056 Guy DE PONTHIEU. Guy died in 1147.

Guy married Ida.

They had one child:
316028 i. Jean (-1191)

632057 Ida.

632058 Anselme DE ST. POL.

Anselme married Eustache DE CHAMPAGNE.

They had one child:
316029 i. Beatrice

632059 Eustache DE CHAMPAGNE.

632098 Simon DE ST. LIZ 2nd Earl of Northampton. Simon died abt 1111.[124, vol 12, p 745; vol 9, p 663]

Occupation: Earl of Northampton and Huntingdon.[9, p 403]

Simon married Matilda (Maud).

They had the following children:
i. Simon (-1153)
316049 ii. Maud (-<1163)

632099 same as ahnentafel number 157705

632100 William DE LEUCHARS Lord of Leuchars.

316050 i. Nes

638130 same as ahnentafel number 326656

638131 Ida DE NAMUR. Ida died bef 1122.[3, line 155-23; line 149-23],[124, vol 1, p 235]

abt 1100 Ida married Duke of Louvaine Godfrey DE BRABANT I "The Bearded".[3, line 149-23]

They had the following children:
319065 i. Adeliza (~1103-1151)
326832 ii. Godfrey (-1143)
iii. Ida

638464 Walter DE BEAUCHAMP.

Walter married Emeline DE ABITOT[246].

They had one child:
319232 i. William

638465 Emeline DE ABITOT.[246]

638466 Lord William DE BRAIOSE.

319233 i. Maud

638512 Roger DE BEAUMONT. Occupation: Lord of Beaumont Pont-Audemar.

Roger married Adeline DE MEULAN.

They had the following children:
325570 i. Robert (-1118)
319256 ii. Henry (-1123)
iii. Aubreye

638513 Adeline DE MEULAN.

638514 Count Geoffrey DE PERCHE. Geoffrey died in 1100. Occupation: Count of Perche and Mortagne; fought at

battle of Hastings (14 October 1066).[3, line 113A-25]

Geoffrey married Beatrix DE MONTDIDIER.

They had the following children:
653655 i. Juliana
ii. Maud
319257 iii. Margaret

638515 Beatrix DE MONTDIDIER.

638544 Richard FITZGILBERT. Born bef 1035 in Beinfaite, Normandy, France. Richard died in 1090, he was

55.[124, vol 3, p 242] Buried in St. Neot's, Hungerford, England.

Richard married Rohese (Rose) GIFFARD.

They had one child:
319272 i. Gilbert (<1066-1117)

638545 Rohese (Rose) GIFFARD. Born abt 1034 in Longueville, Normandy, France. Rohese (Rose) died aft 1113,

she was 79.[3, line 184-2]


married Margaret DE MONTDIDIER.

They had one child:
319273 i. Adeliz(e) (~1058-)

638547 Margaret DE MONTDIDIER.

638614 same as ahnentafel number 319272

638615 same as ahnentafel number 319273

638624 Humphrey DE BOHUN II "The Great". Born abt 1087.

Humphrey married Maud D'EVREUX.

They had one child:
319312 i. Humphrey (~1120-1187)

638625 Maud D'EVREUX.

638626 Miles DE GLOUCESTER Earl of Hereford. Miles died in 1143.[124, vol 4, Chart 1]

Miles married Sibyl.

They had the following children:
319313 i. Margery (-1146)
ii. Roger (-1155)

638627 Sibyl.

638636 William DE SAYE.

William married Beatrice DE MANDEVILLE.

They had the following children:
319318 i. William
ii. Geoffrey[124, vol 4, Chart 1]

638637 Beatrice DE MANDEVILLE.

638720 Ralph DE MORTIMER Lord of Wigmore.[124] Ralph died aft 1104.

Ralph married Melisande.

They had the following children:
319360 i. Hugh (-~1148)
ii. William
iii. Robert (-~1219)
iv. Hawise (-1189)

638721 Melisande. Alias/AKA: Mabel / Millicent.

638738 Llywarch AP TRAHAERN.

Llywarch married Dyddgu.

They had one child:
319369 i. Gladys

638739 Dyddgu.

638742 Gryffydd AP CYNAN King of Gwynedd. Gryffydd died in 1137.[3, line 176-6]

319371 i. Susanna

649608 Aubrey DE VERE 1st Earl of Oxford. Born abt 1110.[218, line 154-2] Aubrey died on 26 Dec 1194, he was

84.[218, line 154-2]

In 1163 when Aubrey was 53, he married Agnes DE RAYLEIGH.[218, line 154-2]

They had one child:
324804 i. Robert (>1164-<1221)

649609 Agnes DE RAYLEIGH. Born abt 1151.[218, line 154-2] Agnes died aft 1194, she was 43.[218, line 154-2]

649610 Hugh DE BOLBEC.

324805 i. Isabel (-1248)

649648 Herbert FITZHERBERT. Born abt 1127. Herbert died aft 1155, he was 28.

Herbert married Sybil CORBET.

They had the following children:
i. Rohese (~1146-1175)
324824 ii. Herbert (-<1204)

649649 Sybil CORBET. Sybil died aft 1157.[3, line 262-27]

649650 Miles DE HEREFORD Earl of Hereford.

324825 i. Lucy

651136 Robert D'IVRY.[124, vol 8, p 209]

Robert married Hildeburge DE GALLARDON.

They had one child:
325568 i. Ancelin (-<1119)

651137 Hildeburge DE GALLARDON. Hildeburge died on 3 Jun 1115.[124, vol 8, p 209]

651138 William DE BRÉTEUIL.

325569 i. Isabel

651140 same as ahnentafel number 638512

651141 same as ahnentafel number 638513

652290 Walter ESPEC Lord of Helmsley.

326145 i. Adeline

653312 Count of Lorraine Henry DE BRABANT II.[295] Born abt 1021.[3, line 155-22] Henry died in 1078, he was

57. Occupation: Count of Lorraine and Louvain.

Henry married Adelaide DE ORLAMUNDA.

They had the following children:
326656 i. Godfrey (-1139)
1307281 ii. Ida

653313 Adelaide DE ORLAMUNDA. Adelaide died aft 1086.[3, line 155-22]

653376 William FITZALAN. Born abt 1105 in Oswestry, Salop, England. William died in 1160, he was 55.

William married Helen REVEREL.

They had one child:
326688 i. William

653377 Helen REVEREL.

653416 Humbert DE SAVOY III.

Humbert married Beatrix DE MÂCON.

They had one child:
326708 i. Thomas (1177-1233)

653417 Beatrix DE MÂCON.

653418 Count William DE GENEVA. Born in 1130.[3, line 133-25] William died on 27 Jul 1195, he was 65.[3, line


326709 i. Margaret (~1180-1257)

653576 William D'AQUITAINE VI, Count of Poitou. Born abt 1024.[3, line 110-23] William died on 25 Sep 1086,

he was 62.[3, line 110-23] Alias/AKA: Geoffrey.

abt 1068 when William was 44, he married Hildegarde DE BOURGOGNE.[3, line 110-23]

They had one child:
326788 i. William (~1071-1126)

653577 Hildegarde DE BOURGOGNE. Hildegarde died aft 1104.[3, line 110-23]

653578 Guillaume DE TOULOUSE IV. Guillaume died in 1093. Alias/AKA: William.

Guillaume married Emma DE MORTAIGNE.

They had one child:
326789 i. Philippa (~1073-1117)

653579 Emma DE MORTAIGNE. Emma died in 1080.[3, line 185-2]

653580 Viscount Boso DE CHASTELLERAULT II. Boso died in 1092.[3, line 183-2]

In 1075 Boso married Eleanor DE THOUARS.[3, line 183-2]

They had one child:
326790 i. Aumary (Aimery) (-1151)

653581 Eleanor DE THOUARS.

653582 Bartholomew DE L'ISLE BOUCHARD.[3, line 183-3]

Bartholomew married Gerberga[3, line 183-3].

They had one child:
326791 i. Dangerose (Dangereuse) (->1119)

653583 Gerberga.[3, line 183-3]

653592 King of France Philip CAPET I. Born in 1052. Philip died in Meulan, France on 29 Jul 1108, he was

56.[209],[3, line 101-23] Buried in Abbaye de St. Benoit-sur-Loire, France. Occupation: King of France,


In 1072 when Philip was 20, he married Countess Bertha of Holland. Marriage was annulled in 1091.

They had the following children:
5239485 i. Constance (1078-1126)
ii. Henri (1083-)
326796 iii. Louis (1084-1137)
iv. Charles (1085-)
v. Eudes (1087-1096)

653593 Countess Bertha of Holland. Born in 1055. Bertha died in Montreuil-sul-Mer, France in 1094, she was


653594 Humbert DE MAURIENNE Count of Savoy. Humbert died in 1133.

Humbert married Gisela DE BURGUNDY.

They had one child:
326797 i. Adelaide (Adélaïde) (1092-1154)

653595 Gisela DE BURGUNDY.

653596 Milo DE COURTENAY.

Milo married Ermengarde DE NEVERS.

They had one child:
326798 i. Renaud (Reginald)

653597 Ermengarde DE NEVERS.

653598 Frederic DE DONJON.[3, line 107-24]

326799 i. Hawise

653636 Stephen Count of Blois. Stephen died on 19 May 1102 in Ramleh. during 1st Crusade. Alias/AKA: Etienne.

Stephen married Adela, in Chartres, France.

They had the following children:
i. William (Guillaume) (->1104)
326818 ii. Theobald (-1152)
326838 iii. Stephen (~1097-1154)
iv. Henry (~1099-1171)
v. Agnes
vi. Matilda (Maud) (-1120)
vii. Phillipe
viii. Eleonore

653637 Adela. Born abt 1062 in Normandy, France. Adela died in 1135, she was 73. Buried in Church of the

Holy Trinity, Caen, France.

653638 Engelbert DE CARINTHIA II, Duke of Carinthia. Engelbert died in 1141.

Engelbert married Uta VON PUTTEN.

They had one child:
326819 i. Matilda (-1161)

653639 Uta VON PUTTEN.

653640 Count of Hainault Baldwin (Baudoin) III. Baldwin (Baudoin) died in 1120.[3, line 163-25]

Baldwin (Baudoin) married Yolande (Yolanda) DE GUELDERS[1].

They had one child:
326820 i. Baldwin (Baudoin) (-1171)

653641 Yolande (Yolanda) DE GUELDERS.[1]

653642 Godfrey DE NAMUR.[3, line 163-26] Godfrey died in 1139.[3, line 163-26]

Godfrey married Ermesinde.

They had one child:
326821 i. Alice (-1168)

653643 Ermesinde. Ermesinde died in 1143.[3, line 163-26]

653644 Duke of Alsace Lorraine Thierry D'ALSACE. Thierry died in 1115.

Thierry married Gertrude DE FLANDERS.

They had one child:
326822 i. Dietrich (1099-1168)

653645 Gertrude DE FLANDERS. Gertrude died in 1117.

653646 same as ahnentafel number 163536

653647 same as ahnentafel number 163537

653652 Ramiro DE NAVARRE II. Ramiro died abt 1116.[3, line 113A-24]

abt 1095 Ramiro married Elvira (Cristina) DIAZ.[3, line 113A-24]

They had one child:
326826 i. Garcia (-1150)

653653 Elvira (Cristina) DIAZ.

653654 Seigneur Gilbert DE L'AIGLE. Occupation: listed as a tenant in Domesday book, 1086.[3, line 113A=25]

Gilbert married Juliana DE PERCHE.

They had one child:
326827 i. Margaret (Marguerite) (-1141)

653655 Juliana DE PERCHE.

653664 same as ahnentafel number 326656

653665 same as ahnentafel number 638131

653666 Count Berenger DE SULTZBACH I.[3, line 155-24]

326833 i. Luitgarde

653670 Count Adolph VON SAFFENBERG.[3, line 155-25]

326835 i. Matilda

653676 same as ahnentafel number 653636

653677 same as ahnentafel number 653637

653678 Eustace III, Count of Boulogne. Born in 1080. Eustace died in 1125, he was 45.

Eustace married Princess Mary of Scotland.

They had one child:
326839 i. Matilda (-1152)

653679 Princess Mary of Scotland. Born in 1084. Mary died in 1116, she was 32.

653680 Frederick VON HOHENSTAUFFEN. Frederick died in 1105.

Frederick married Agnes DE FRANCONIA.

They had the following children:
326840 i. Friedrich (-1147)
ii. Conrad (-1152)

653681 Agnes DE FRANCONIA.

653682 Duke Heinrich VON BAVARIA "The Black". Heinrich died in 1136.

Heinrich married Ulfhide (Wolfhildis) Princess of Saxony.

They had the following children:
326841 i. Judith
ii. Henry[228, p 275]

653683 Ulfhide (Wolfhildis) Princess of Saxony. Ulfhide (Wolfhildis) died in 1126.

653686 Duke Simon DE LORRAINE I.

Simon married Adelheid DE LOUVAIN.

They had one child:
326843 i. Agatha

653687 Adelheid DE LOUVAIN.

653688 Byzantine Emperor Konstantinos ANGELOS.

Konstantinos married Theodora KOMNENE.

They had the following children:
326844 i. Andronikos Dukas (-1185)
ii. Ioannis

653689 Theodora KOMNENE.

653690 Theodoros KASTAMONITES.

326845 i. Euphrosyne (-1195)

653954 Roger BIGOD.

326977 i. Jane

653956 Aubrey DE VERE.

Aubrey married Beatrice.

They had one child:
326978 i. Aubrey (-1141)

653957 Beatrice.

653958 same as ahnentafel number 319272

653959 same as ahnentafel number 319273

654144 Count of Gastinois Geoffrey D'ANJOU II "Ferreol". Geoffrey died in 1046.

In 1035 Geoffrey married Ermengarde.[203, line 2-31]

They had one child:
327072 i. Fulk (1043-1109)

654145 Ermengarde. Ermengarde died in 1076.[203, line 91-31]

654146 Simon DE MONTFORT. Born in Montfort, Eure, France. Simon died in 1087.[203, p 90 line 29]

Simon married Agnes D'EVREUX.

They had one child:
327073 i. Bertrade (-1117)

654147 Agnes D'EVREUX. Born abt 1030.[203, p 168 line 31]

654148 John DE LA FLECHE.

John married Paola.

They had one child:
327074 i. Elias (Helie) (-1110)

654149 Paola.

654150 Lord Gervase DE CHATEAU DU LOIRE.

Gervase married Erenburg.

They had one child:
327075 i. Matilde (-1099)

654151 Erenburg.

654152 6th Duke of Normandy Robert DE NORMANDY I "The Magnificent".[3],[431] Born abt 0999 in Normandy,

France. Robert died in Nicea, Bithynia, Turkey on 2 Jul 1035, he was 36.

Robert married Herleva DE FALAIS.[3] Herleva was his mistress.

They had the following children:
327076 i. William (1027-1087)
630823 ii. Adeliza (1026-<1090)

654153 Herleva DE FALAIS. Born in 1003. Herleva died abt 1050, she was 47. Alias/AKA: Arlette / Harlette.

654154 Count of Flanders Baldwin DE LILLE V.[203, p. 103] Born abt 1012.[422, Vol. 2, pp 186 & 285; Vol 3,

p. 117] Baldwin died in Lyle on 2 Sep 1067, he was 55. Alias/AKA: Baudoin.

"Baldwin V rebelled in 1028 against his father at the instigation of his wife Adela, daughter of Robert II of

France; but two years later peace was sworn at Oudenaarde, and the old count continued to reign until his

death in 1036. Baldwin V proved a worthy successor, and acquired from the people the surname of Debonnaire.

He was an active enterprising man and greatly extended his power by wars and alliances. He obtained from the

emperor Henry IV, the territory between the Scheldt and the Dender as an imperial fief, and the margraviate

of Antwerp. So powerful had he become that the Flemish count on the decease of Henry I of France in 1060 was

appointed regent during the minority of Philip I. Before his death, he saw his eldest daughter Mathilda (d.

1083) sharing the English throne with William the Conqueror, his eldest son Baldwin of Mons in possession of

Hainaut in right of his wife Richilde, heiress of Regnier V. (d. 1036) and widow of Hermann of Saxony (d.

1050) and his second son Robert the Frisian regent of the Co. of Holland during the minority of Kirk V."

"Baldwin V, 'of Lille', marquis of Flanders 1035-67."[428, footnote on p. 62]

In 1028 when Baldwin was 16, he married Adele CAPET of France[1].

They had the following children:
327077 i. Matilda (1030-1083)
2614560 ii. Baldwin (-1070)
1307290 iii. Robert (-1093)
1307365 iv. Judith (-1125)

654155 Adele CAPET of France.[1] Adele died on 8 Jan 1078/79. Alias/AKA: Adélaïde.

654932 William DE MONTPELLIER VII, Lord of Montpellier. William died aft 20 Sep 1172.[3, line 105A-27]

On 25 Feb 1159 William married Matilda.

They had one child:
327466 i. William (-1218)

654933 Matilda. Matilda died on 29 Sep 1172.

654934 Manuel KOMNENOS. Born in 1122. Manuel died on 24 Sep 1180, he was 58.[3, line 105A-26]

On 25 Mar 1161 when Manuel was 39, he married Maria DE CHATILLON.

They had one child:
327467 i. Eudoxia

654935 Maria DE CHATILLON. Born abt 1145. Maria died on 22 Aug 1182, she was 37.[3, line 105A-26] murdered.

654936 King of Hungary Geza II. Born in 1130. Geza died in 1161, he was 31.[3, line 242-9]

Geza married Princess Evfrosiniya (Euphrosyne) of Kiev.

They had one child:
327468 i. Bela (1148-1196)

654937 Princess Evfrosiniya (Euphrosyne) of Kiev. Born abt 1130.[214, p 260] Evfrosiniya (Euphrosyne) died

in 1186, she was 56.[9, chart 34, p 498],[3, line 242-9]

654938 Renaud DE CHATILLON. Born in 1124. Renaud died in 1186, he was 62.

Renaud married Princess Constanza DE ANTIOCH[3, line 103-26].

They had one child:
327469 i. Agnes (1154-1184)

654939 Princess Constanza DE ANTIOCH.[3, line 103-26]

654950 King of Castile Alfonso DE CASTILLA VII.

327475 i. Sanchia

654992 Count Dirk VI, of Holland. Dirk died in 1157.

Dirk married Sophie VON RHEINECK.

They had one child:
327496 i. Floris (-1190)

654993 Sophie VON RHEINECK. Sophie died in 1176.

654994 same as ahnentafel number 78852

654995 same as ahnentafel number 78853

654996 Count Hendrik VAN GELRE.

Hendrik married Agnes VON ARNSTEIN.

They had one child:
327498 i. Otto (-1207)

654997 Agnes VON ARNSTEIN.

654998 Duke Otto VON BAVARIA I.

Otto married Countess Agnes DE LOOZ.

They had one child:
327499 i. Richardis

654999 Countess Agnes DE LOOZ.

655032 same as ahnentafel number 326796

655033 same as ahnentafel number 326797

655090 Duke of Meran Berthold DE MERAN III.

Berthold married Agnes VON GROITZSCH.

They had one child:
327545 i. Gertrude (-~1213)

655091 Agnes VON GROITZSCH.

21st Generation

1261632 (Mormaer) Earl of Atholl Crinan ATHOLL Abbot of Dunkeld.[1],[3],[2] Born in 0978. Crinan died in

1045, he was 67.[2],[1] killed.

abt 1000 when Crinan was 22, he married Princess Of The Scots Bethoc


They had the following children:
630816 i. Duncan (~1001-1040)
ii. Maldred (-1045)

1261633 Princess Of The Scots Bethoc (Beatrice).[1],[2],[3],[7],[8]

1261636 King of the English Edmund II "Ironside".[9, p 485] Born abt 0989.[3, line 1-20] Edmund died in

London, England on 30 Nov 1016, he was 27. Buried in Glastonbury Abbey, Somerset, England.

Edmund Ironside was the son of Ethelred 'The Unready' and his first wife, Elfgifu. He made himself ruler in

the Danelaw, independent of his father. Canute later defeated him at Ashingdon in Essex, striking a treaty of

peace which allowed Edmund to rule in Wessex and Canute to take the rest. Edmund died in 1016.[207]

abt Aug 1015 when Edmund was 26, he married Edith (Ealdgyth)[434].

They had one child:
630818 i. Edward (1016-1057)

1261637 Edith (Ealdgyth).[434]

1261638 King of Hungary Stephen.

630819 i. Agatha (~1025->1070)

1261644 Eustace DE BOULOGNE.

Eustace married Maude DE LOUVAIN.

They had the following children:
630822 i. Lambert (1022-1054)
ii. Eustace (-1080)

1261645 Maude DE LOUVAIN.

1261646 same as ahnentafel number 654152

1261647 same as ahnentafel number 654153

1261648 Rudolf DE WARENNE. Rudolf died aft 1074.[124, vol 12, p 492] Residence: held land outside walls of

Rouen; held territory on both banks of the Seine river, upstream from Rouen; held land at Vascoeuil, which he

gave to the Abbey of St. Pierre de Préaux in 1053.[124, vol 12, p 492]

Rudolf married Beatrice.

They had one child:
630824 i. Rudolf

1261649 Beatrice. Beatrice died aft 1053.[124, vol 12, p 492]

1261656 King of France Robert CAPET II "The Pious". Robert died in 1031.[3, line 53-21]

abt 1001 Robert married Constance D'ARLES de Toulouse et Provence.[3, line 101-21]

They had the following children:
630828 i. Henry (1008-1060)
ii. Hugues
iii. Eudes
10478928 iv. Robert (-1075)
654155 v. Adele (-1078)

1261657 Constance D'ARLES de Toulouse et Provence. Constance died on 25 Jul 1032.

1261658 Grand Duke of Kiev Yaroslav I "The Wise".[223, pp 38-43] Yaroslav died on 20 Feb 1053.[9, chart 34, p

498],[3, line 53-22; line 241-5],[214, p 260]

Yaroslav married Princess Ingegarde of Sweden.

They had the following children:
10478980 i. Isiaslav (1025-1078)
ii. Svyatoslav[274, p 43]
5239496 iii. Vsevolod (-1092)
630829 iv. Anne (1024->1075)
v. Vyatcheslav[274, p 43]
vi. Igor[274, p 43]

1261659 Princess Ingegarde of Sweden. Ingegarde died on 10 Feb 1050.[9, chart 34, p 498],[3, line 241-5]

1261660 Count Otho (Otto) DE VERMANDOIS. Born abt 1000.[203, line 239-32] Otho (Otto) died on 25 May 1045,

he was 45.[203, line 239-32] Occupation: Count of Vermandois. Alias/AKA: Eudes.[203, line 239-32]

Otho (Otto) married Parvie (Pavie).

They had one child:
630830 i. Herbert (~1032-<1096)

1261661 Parvie (Pavie).

1261662 Raoul DE VALOIS III. Raoul died in 1064.

Raoul married Adele DE BAR SUR AUBE.

They had one child:
630831 i. Adela (Adèle) (-1080)

1261663 Adele DE BAR SUR AUBE. Adele died in 1043.

1261664 Ranulph DE BESSIN Viscount of Bessin.

Ranulph married Alice DE NORMANDY.

They had one child:
630832 i. Ranulph (->1089)

1261665 Alice DE NORMANDY.

1261666 Richard LE GOZ Viscount d'Avranches.

Richard married Emma.

They had the following children:
630833 i. Margaret
ii. Hugh (-1101)

1261667 Emma.

1261678 Roger DE MONTGOMERY Earl of Shrewsbury.[3, line 185-1]

Roger married Mabel TALVAS.

They had the following children:
2614318 i. Roger (-1123)
630839 ii. Sybil

1261679 Mabel TALVAS.

1261760 William (Guillaume) DE BRAIOSE (BRIOUZE) 1st Lord of Bramber.[324] William (Guillaume) died abt


630880 i. Philip (-<1155)

1261762 Johel DE TOTENEIS. Alias/AKA: Judhael. Residence: Totnes and Barnstable, co. Devon, England.[3, line


630881 i. Aenor

1261764 Walter FITZROGER.

630882 i. Miles (-1142)

1261766 Bernard DE NEUFMARCHE Lord of Brecon. Bernard died in 1093.[3, line 177-3]

Bernard married Nesta FITZOSBORN.

They had one child:
630883 i. Sibyl

1261767 Nesta FITZOSBORN.

1263900 Ralph DE GAEL Earl of Norfolk.

In 1075 Ralph married Emma FITZOSBERN.[124, vol 7, p 530, note (a)]

They had one child:
631950 i. Ralph

1263901 Emma FITZOSBERN.

1264070 Gilbert DE PROVENCE Viscount of Carlat.[3, line 113-25]

632035 i. Dulce (Aldonza)

1264112 Duke William (Guillaume) DE ALENÇON III. William (Guillaume) died in 1172.

William (Guillaume) married Alice.

They had one child:
632056 i. Guy (-1147)

1264113 Alice. Alice died in 1191.

1276262 Otto DE CHINY II, Count of Chiny. Otto died bef 1131.[3, line 149-22A]

Otto married Adelaide DE NAMUR.

They had one child:
638131 i. Ida (-<1122)

1276263 Adelaide DE NAMUR. Born in 1068. Adelaide died in 1124, she was 56.[3, line 149-22A]

1276930 Urso DE ABITOT.

638465 i. Emeline

1277026 Waleran DE MEULAN Count of Meulan.

Waleran married Ode.

They had the following children:
638513 i. Adeline
ii. Hugh

1277027 Ode.

1277028 Rotrou DE PERCHE Viscount of Chateaudun.

Rotrou married Adeline DE DOMFRONT.

They had one child:
638514 i. Geoffrey (-1100)

1277029 Adeline DE DOMFRONT.

1277030 Hilduin DE MONTDIDIER IV. Hilduin died abt 1063.[3, line 149-22A] Occupation: Count of Montdidier

and Roucy, Lord of Rameru.[3, line 149-22A]

Hilduin married Alice DE ROUCY.

They had the following children:
638547 i. Margaret
638515 ii. Beatrix
2552525 iii. Adela

1277031 Alice DE ROUCY. Alice died in 1062.[3, line 151-22] Alias/AKA: Alix.

1277088 Gilbert Count of Brionne. Gilbert died in 1040.[124, vol 3, p 242]

Gilbert married Gunnora D'AUNOU.

They had one child:
638544 i. Richard (<1035-1090)

1277089 Gunnora D'AUNOU.

1277090 Walter GIFFARD.

638545 i. Rohese (Rose) (~1034->1113)
ii. Walter (-1102)

1277094 same as ahnentafel number 1277030

1277095 same as ahnentafel number 1277031

1277248 Humphrey DE BOHUN. Humphrey died abt 1113.

638624 i. Humphrey (~1087-)
ii. Adela
iii. Robert
iv. Ingelram

1277250 Edward DE SALISBURY. Born bef 1060.[124, vol 11, p 373] Edward died aft 1087, he was 27.[124, vol

11, p 374] Alias/AKA: Edward the Sheriff.[124, vol 11, p 373]

i. Walter
638625 ii. Maud

1277274 William DE MANDEVILLE.

638637 i. Beatrice
ii. Geoffrey (-1144)

1277440 Roger DE MORTIMER.[124, vol 9, pp 243-285],[204],[298, p 62],[4, p 812] Roger died bef 1086.[124]

Occupation: Seigneur of Mortemer-sur-Eaulne.

Roger married Hawise[124, vol 9, pp 243-285],[4, p 812].

They had one child:
638720 i. Ralph (->1104)

1277441 Hawise.[124, vol 9, pp 243-285],[4, p 812]

1299216 same as ahnentafel number 326978

1299217 same as ahnentafel number 326979

1299218 Henry DE RAYLEIGH.

649609 i. Agnes (~1151->1194)

1299296 Herbert DE WINCHESTER. Occupation: Chamberlain and Treasurer under King William II and King Henry

I.[3, line 262-26]

Herbert married Emma DE BLOIS.

They had the following children:
649648 i. Herbert (~1127->1155)
ii. William

1299297 Emma DE BLOIS. Born abt 1095.

1299298 Robert CORBET.

649649 i. Sybil (->1157)

1299300 Walter DE HEREFORD.

649650 i. Miles

1302274 Hervé DE GALLARDON.

Hervé married Beatrix.

They had one child:
651137 i. Hildeburge (-1115)

1302275 Beatrix.

1302276 William FITZOSBERN.

1263901 i. Emma
651138 ii. William

1306624 Lambert DE LOUVAIN II, Count of Brabant.[295] Born ca 0991.[3, line 155-21] Lambert died aft 21 Sep

1062, he was 71.[203, p 155 line 21]

Lambert married Oda of Lower Lorraine.

They had one child:
653312 i. Henry (~1021-1078)

1306625 Oda of Lower Lorraine.

1306626 Count Eberhard DE ORLAMUNDA.[3, line 155-22]

653313 i. Adelaide (->1086)

1306752 Alan FITZFLAAD. Born abt 1078 in Dol, Normandy, France. Alan died aft 1114, he was 36.

Alan married Aveline of Hesdin.

They had one child:
653376 i. William (~1105-1160)

1306753 Aveline of Hesdin. Aveline died aft 1126.

1306836 Count Amadeus DE GENEVA I. Born in 1100.[3, line 133-24] Amadeus died on 26 Jun 1178, he was 78.[3,

line 133-24]

Amadeus married Matilda.

They had one child:
653418 i. William (1130-1195)

1306837 Matilda. Matilda died bef 2 Jul 1137.[3, line 133-24]

1307152 William D'AQUITAINE III, Duke of Aquitaine. Occupation: Duke of Aquitaine; Count of Poitou.[3, line


653576 i. William (~1024-1086)

1307156 Count William DE POITOU I.[3, line 110-23; line 144A-19] Born abt 0925.[3, line 144A-19] William

died on 3 Apr 0963, he was 38.[3, line 144A-19]

In 0935 when William was 10, he married Adela DE NORMANDY.[3, line 144A-19]

They had the following children:
2523313 i. Adelais (0945-1006)
653578 ii. Guillaume (-1093)
2614304 iii. William

1307157 Adela DE NORMANDY. Born in Normandy, France. Adela died abt 14 Oct 0962. Alias/AKA: Gerloc.

1307158 Robert DE MORTAIGNE Earl of Cornwall. Born in 1031. Robert died in 1095, he was 64.

Robert married Maud DE MONTGOMERY.

They had one child:
653579 i. Emma (-1080)

1307159 Maud DE MONTGOMERY.

1307160 Hugh DE CHASTELLERAULT.[3, line 183-2]

Hugh married Gerberga DE LA ROCHEFOUCAULD[3, line 183-2].

They had one child:
653580 i. Boso (-1092)

1307161 Gerberga DE LA ROCHEFOUCAULD.[3, line 183-2]

1307162 Viscount Aimery DE THOUARS IV. Aimery died in 1093.[3, line 183-1] Buried in St.

Nicholas-de-la-Chaise, France.[203, line 159-33] Occupation: fought with William the Conquerer at the Battle

of Hastings, 1066.[3, line 183-1]

Aimery married Aurengarde DE MAULEON.

They had one child:
653581 i. Eleanor

1307163 Aurengarde DE MAULEON.

1307184 same as ahnentafel number 630828

1307185 same as ahnentafel number 630829

1307186 Count Floris I, of Holland. Floris died in 1061. Alias/AKA: Florent.

Floris married Princess Gertrude of Saxony.

They had the following children:
653593 i. Bertha (1055-1094)
2619968 ii. Dirk (-1091)

1307187 Princess Gertrude of Saxony. Gertrude died in 1113.

1307190 William DE BURGUNDY Count of Burgundy. William died in 1087.[254, chart 2, p 18]

William married Stephanie DE LONGWY.

They had the following children:
i. Guido (1050-1124)
653595 ii. Gisela
2619733 iii. Matilda

1307191 Stephanie DE LONGWY. Born abt 1035. Stephanie died aft 1088, she was 53.[3, line 132-24]

1307192 Josceline DE COURTENAY.

Josceline married Isabel DE MONTLHERY.

They had one child:
653596 i. Milo

1307193 Isabel DE MONTLHERY.

1307194 Count Renaud DE NEVERS.

Renaud married Ida DE FOREZ.

They had one child:
653597 i. Ermengarde

1307195 Ida DE FOREZ.

1307196 Everard DE DONJON.

653598 i. Frederic

1307272 Thiabaut III.

Thiabaut married Alix.

They had one child:
653636 i. Stephen (-1102)

1307273 Alix.

1307274 same as ahnentafel number 327076

1307275 same as ahnentafel number 327077

1307276 Engelbert DE LAVANTHAL I.

Engelbert married Hedwig.

They had one child:
653638 i. Engelbert (-1141)

1307277 Hedwig.

1307278 Ulrich VON PUTTEN Count of Passau.

653639 i. Uta

1307280 Count of Hainault Baldwin (Baudoin) II. Baldwin (Baudoin) died in 1098.

In 1084 Baldwin (Baudoin) married Ida de Louvain.[3, line 163-24]

They had one child:
653640 i. Baldwin (Baudoin) (-1120)

1307281 Ida de Louvain.

1307282 Gerhard DE WASSEBERG Count of Guelders.

Gerhard married Clemence.

They had one child:
653641 i. Yolande (Yolanda)

1307283 Clemence.

1307284 Albert DE NAMUR 3rd Count of Namur.

Albert married Ida.

They had one child:
653642 i. Godfrey (-1139)

1307285 Ida.

1307286 Conrad Count of Luxembourg.

653643 i. Ermesinde (-1143)

1307288 Duke of Upper Lorraine Gerard D'ALSACE.

Gerard married Hedwige DE NAMUR.

They had one child:
653644 i. Thierry (-1115)

1307289 Hedwige DE NAMUR.

1307290 Count of Flanders Robert I. Robert died in 1093.

Research: Frisian regent of the Co. of Holland during the minority of Kirk V

Robert married Gertrude VON SACHSEN.

They had one child:
653645 i. Gertrude (-1117)

1307291 Gertrude VON SACHSEN.

1307306 Rodrigo DIAZ DE BIBAR (VIVAR) "El Cid". Born abt 1043. Rodrigo died on 10 Jul 1099, he was 56.[3,

line 113A-23] Occupation: National hero of Spain.

On 14 Jul 1074 when Rodrigo was 31, he married Ximena (Jimena) DE OVIEDO.[3, line 113A-23]

They had one child:
653653 i. Elvira (Cristina)

1307307 Ximena (Jimena) DE OVIEDO. Ximena (Jimena) died abt 1115.[3, line 113A-23]

1307310 same as ahnentafel number 638514

1307311 same as ahnentafel number 638515

1307358 same as ahnentafel number 315408

1307359 same as ahnentafel number 315409

1307360 Frederick VON BUREN.

653680 i. Frederick (-1105)

1307362 Emperor of Germany Heinrich (Henry) IV. Heinrich (Henry) died in 1087.[254, chart 2, p 18]

Heinrich (Henry) married Bertha DE MAURINE.

They had the following children:
653681 i. Agnes
ii. Henry (Heinrich) (-1125)

1307363 Bertha DE MAURINE. Bertha died in 1087.

1307364 Duke Guelph VON BAVARIA IV. Guelph died in 1101.[228, p 275]

Guelph married Judith DE FLANDRES.

They had one child:
653682 i. Heinrich (-1136)

1307365 Judith DE FLANDRES. Judith died in 1125. Occupation: Countess of Northumberland.

1307366 Magnus Duke of Saxony. Magnus died in 1106.

Magnus married Sofia Princess of Hungary.

They had one child:
653683 i. Ulfhide (Wolfhildis) (-1126)

1307367 Sofia Princess of Hungary.

1307372 same as ahnentafel number 653644

1307373 Hedwig VON FORMBACH.

Hedwig married Duke of Alsace Lorraine Thierry D'ALSACE.

They had one child:
653686 i. Simon

1307376 Manolis ANGELOS.

653688 i. Konstantinos

1307378 Byzantine Emperor Alexios KOMNENOS I. Born abt 1048.[215, p 171] Alexios died on 15 Aug 1118, he was

70.[215, p 171],[3, line 105A-24]

Alexios married Irene DUCAINA.

They had the following children:
653689 i. Theodora
ii. Anna
1309868 iii. Ioannis (1088-1143)
iv. Isaac

1307379 Irene DUCAINA.

1308288 Count of Gatinais Geoffrey DE GASTINOIS I.

Geoffrey married Beatrice DE MACON.

They had one child:
654144 i. Geoffrey (-1046)

1308289 Beatrice DE MACON.

1308292 Amauri (Amaury) DE MONTFORT. Amauri (Amaury) died in 1031.[203, p 90 line 30]

Amauri (Amaury) married Bertrade DE GOMETZ.

They had one child:
654146 i. Simon (-1087)

1308293 Bertrade DE GOMETZ. Born in Evreux, Normandy, France.

1308294 Count Richard D'EVREUX. Richard died in 1067.

Richard married Adele (Adelaide) of Barcelona.

They had one child:
654147 i. Agnes (~1030-)

1308295 Adele (Adelaide) of Barcelona.

1308300 Robert DE CHATEAU DU LOIRE.

654150 i. Gervase

1308304 4th Duke of Normandy Richard II "The Good". Born abt 0963 in Normandy, France. Richard died in

Fecamp, France on 28 Aug 1026, he was 63.

Richard married Judith of Brittany[3].

They had the following children:
2523330 i. Richard (-1028)
654152 ii. Robert (~0999-1035)
2614381 iii. Alice (-1037)
iv. Eleanor (-1071)
v. Mauger
vi. William

1308305 Judith of Brittany.[3] Born in 0982 in Bretagne (Brittany), France. Judith died in Normandy, France

in 1017, she was 35.

Founded Abbey of Bernay, Normandy, France about 1026[3, line 132A-22]

1308306 Fulbert DE FALAISE. Born abt 0978 in Falaise, Normandy, France. Fulbert died in Normandy, France in

1017, he was 39.

Fulbert married Doda.

They had one child:
654153 i. Herleva (1003-~1050)

1308307 Doda. Born abt 0980 in Falaise, Normandy, France.

1308308 Count of Flanders Baldwin IV "The Bearded".[203, p. 102],[422, Vol. 2, pp. 186, 285; Vol 3, p. 117]

Born abt 0980. Baldwin died on 30 May 1036, he was 56.

In 1012 when Baldwin was 32, he married Otgiva (Ogive) of Luxembourg.

They had the following children:
654154 i. Baldwin (~1012-1067)
ii. Judith

1308309 Otgiva (Ogive) of Luxembourg. Born abt 0995. Otgiva (Ogive) died in Lille, France on 21 Feb 1030,

she was 35.

1308310 same as ahnentafel number 1261656

1308311 same as ahnentafel number 1261657

1309866 Hugh CAPET Duke of Burgundy. Hugh died in 1143.[3, line 105A-27]

Hugh married Mathilda DE TURENNE.

They had one child:
654933 i. Matilda (-1172)

1309867 Mathilda DE TURENNE.

1309868 Byzantine Emperor Ioannis KOMNENOS. Born in 1088. Ioannis died on 8 Apr 1143, he was 55.[3, line


Ioannis married Prisca DE HUNGARY.

They had one child:
654934 i. Manuel (1122-1180)

1309869 Prisca DE HUNGARY. Prisca died on 13 Aug 1134.[3, line 105A-24] Alias/AKA: Irene.

1309870 Renaud DE CHATILLON.

Renaud married Constance DE ANTIOCH.

They had one child:
654935 i. Maria (~1145-1182)

1309871 Constance DE ANTIOCH.

1309872 King of Hungary Bela II. Born in 1108. Bela died in 1141, he was 33.[3, line 242-9]

Bela married Jelena (Yelena) of Serbia.

They had one child:
654936 i. Geza (1130-1161)

1309873 Jelena (Yelena) of Serbia.

1309874 Grand Duke of Kiev Mstislav II. Born in 1076. Mstislav died on 15 Apr 1132, he was 56.[214, p 260]

Mstislav married Lyubava DMITRIEVNA.

They had the following children:
654937 i. Evfrosiniya (Euphrosyne) (~1130-1186)
ii. Malmfrid
iii. Ingibiorg

1309875 Lyubava DMITRIEVNA. Born in 1100. Lyubava died in 1168, she was 68.[214, p 260]

1309984 Count Floris II, of Holland. Floris died in 1121.

Floris married Petronille VON OBER-LOTHRINGEN.

They had one child:
654992 i. Dirk (-1157)

1309985 Petronille VON OBER-LOTHRINGEN.

22nd Generation

2523264 Duncan ATHOLL Lord of Mormaer.

1261632 i. Crinan (0978-1045)

2523266 King of Scotland Malcolm MAC CINAED II.[1],[3],[2],[7] Born abt 0954. Malcolm died in Glamis Castle,

Scotland on 25 Nov 1034, he was 80. Buried in Iona Island, Highlands, Scotland.[9, p. 390] Occupation:

Sub-King of Cumbria and Strathclyde, King of Scotland. Alias/AKA: Mael Coluim.

Malcolm married unknown.

They had the following children:
1261633 i. Bethoc (Beatrice)
ii. Donada

2523267 unknown.

2523272 King of Wessex Athelred II "The Redeless".[9, p 481],[124, vol 5, p 504; vol 9, p 704],[297, vol 18,

p 27] Born abt 0968.[3, line 1-19] Athelred died in London, England on 23 Apr 1016, he was 48. Buried in Old

St. Paul's Cathedral, London, England. Alias/AKA: Ethelred.

Ethelred, the younger son of Edgar, became king at the age of seven following the murder of his half-brother

Edward II in 978 at Corfe Castle, Dorset, by Edward's own supporters.

For the rest of Ethelred's rule (reigned 978-1016), his brother became a posthumous rallying point for

political unrest; a hostile Church transformed Edward into a royal martyr. Known as the Un-raed or 'Unready'

(meaning 'no counsel', or that he was unwise), Ethelred failed to win or retain the allegiance of many of his

subjects. In 1002, he ordered the massacre of all Danes in England to eliminate potential treachery.

Not being an able soldier, Ethelred defended the country against increasingly rapacious Viking raids from the

980s onwards by diplomatic alliance with the duke of Normandy in 991 (he later married the duke's daughter

Emma) and by buying off renewed attacks by the Danes with money levied through a tax called the Danegeld. The

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle in 1006 was dismissive: 'in spite of it all, the Danish army went about as it pleased'.

By 1012, 48,000 pounds of silver was being paid in Danegeld to Danes camped in London.

In 1013, Ethelred fled to Normandy when the powerful Viking Sweyn of Denmark dispossessed him. Ethelred

returned to rule after Sweyn's death in 1014, but died himself in 1016.[207]

Athelred married Elgiva.

They had the following children:
i. Athelstan (0986-1014)
1261636 ii. Edmund (~0989-1016)
iii. Edgar (-~1012)
iv. Edred (-~1012)
v. Egbert (-~1005)
vi. Edwy (-1017)
vii. Edith
viii. Elgiva
ix. daughter
x. daughter
xi. daughter

2523273 Elgiva. Born in 0963. Elgiva died in 1002, she was 39.[9, chart 32, p 482] Alias/AKA: Elgifu,


2523290 Count Lambert DE LOUVAIN I "The Bearded".[295] Born abt 0950.[3, line 155-20] Lambert died on 12 Nov

1015, he was 65.[203, p 155 line 20] killed. Occupation: Count of Brabant.

abt 0990 when Lambert was 40, he married Gerbega DE LORRAINE.[3, line 148-20; line 155-20]

They had the following children:
1306624 i. Lambert (ca0991->1062)
1261645 ii. Maude

2523291 Gerbega DE LORRAINE. Born abt 0975.[3, line 155-20] Gerbega died aft 27 Jan 1018, she was 43.[203,

p 148 line 20]

2523312 King of France Hugh CAPET. Born abt 0939. Hugh died in Les Juifs, near Chartres, France on 24 Oct

0996, he was 57.[3, line 141-20]

bef 0969 when Hugh was 30, he married Adelais DE POITOU[431],[209].[3, line 144A-20]

They had the following children:
10216253 i. Edith (->1013)
ii. Gisèle
iii. Adélaïde
1261656 iv. Robert (-1031)

2523313 Adelais DE POITOU.[431],[209] Born in 0945.[3, line 144A-20] Adelais died on 15 Jun 1006, she was 61.

Alias/AKA: Adelaide.

2523314 Count of Provence William TAILLEFER II. William died abt 0995.

William married Adelais d'Anjou.

They had one child:
1261657 i. Constance (-1032)

2523315 Adelais d'Anjou.

2523316 Grand Duke of Kiev Vladimir I "The Saint".[223, p 350] Vladimir died on 15 Jul 1015.[3, line 241-4]

Vladimir married Princess Rogneda of Polotsk.

They had one child:
1261658 i. Yaroslav (-1053)

2523317 Princess Rogneda of Polotsk. Rogneda died in 1002.

2523318 King of Sweden Olaf SKÖTKONUNG III. Olaf died in 1025.[9, chart 29, p 458]

Olaf married Astrid.

They had one child:
1261659 i. Ingegarde (-1050)

2523319 Astrid.

2523320 Count Herbert DE VERMANDOIS III. Born abt 0955.[203, line 239-33] Herbert died abt 1002, he was

47.[203, line 239-33] Occupation: Count of Vermandois.[203, line 239-33]

abt 0997 when Herbert was 42, he married Ermengarde DE BAR.[203, line 239-33]

They had one child:
1261660 i. Otho (Otto) (~1000-1045)

2523321 Ermengarde DE BAR. Born abt 0970.[203, line 239-33] Ermengarde died aft 1035, she was 65.[203, line


2523324 Raoul DE VALOIS II, Count Vexin. Raoul died in 1030.

Raoul married Adele DE BRETEUIL.

They had one child:
1261662 i. Raoul (-1064)

2523325 Adele DE BRETEUIL.

2523328 Anschitil DE BESSIN.

1261664 i. Ranulph

2523330 Duke of Normandy Richard III. Richard died on 6 Aug 1028.[3, line 132A-23]

Richard married unknown.

They had one child:
1261665 i. Alice (Illegitimate)

2523331 unknown.

2523358 William TALVAS Prince of Belleme. William died in 1070.[3, line 185-1]

1261679 i. Mabel

2523532 Geoffrey DE NEUFMARCHE.

Geoffrey married Ada FITZGULBERT.

They had one child:
1261766 i. Bernard (-1093)

2523533 Ada FITZGULBERT.

2523534 Osborn FITZRICHARD. Occupation: Sheriff of Hereford, 1060.[3, line 177-2] Alias/AKA: Osbert.

Residence: Richard's Castle, co. Hereford, England.


They had one child:
1261767 i. Nesta


2527802 same as ahnentafel number 1302276

2528224 Robert DE ALENÇON II. Robert died in 1119.

Robert married Agnes DE PONTHIEU.

They had one child:
1264112 i. William (Guillaume) (-1172)

2528225 Agnes DE PONTHIEU.

2552524 Arnold DE CHINY II, Count of Chiny. Arnold died in 1106.[3, line 149-22A]

Arnold married Adela DE MONTDIDIER.

They had one child:
1276262 i. Otto (-<1131)

2552525 Adela DE MONTDIDIER.

2554062 Ebles RHEIMS-ROUCY. Ebles died on 11 May 1103.[3, line 151-21] Occupation: Count of Rheims and Roucy,

Archbishop of Rheims.

Ebles married Beatrix DE HAINAUT.

They had one child:
1277031 i. Alice (-1062)

2554063 Beatrix DE HAINAUT.

2554176 Count d'Eu & Brionne Godfrey of Normandy.

1277088 i. Gilbert (-1040)

2554880 Rodulph DE WARENNE.[1, vol 3, p. 699] Born ca 0998 in France.[4],[203] Rodulph died bef 1059, he

was 61.[204]

Rodulph married Beatrix DE VASCOEUIL[1, vol 3, p 699],[124, vol 12, pp 491-497],[203, p 135],[4, p 672].

They had one child:
1277440 i. Roger (-<1086)

2554881 Beatrix DE VASCOEUIL.[1, vol 3, p 699],[124, vol 12, pp 491-497],[203, p 135],[4, p 672] Beatrix died

bef 1059.[204]

2598594 Count Stephen III, of Blois.

1299297 i. Emma (~1095-)

2613248 same as ahnentafel number 2523290

2613249 same as ahnentafel number 2523291

2613250 Duke of Lower Lorriane Gozelon DE LORRAINE I.[203, p 104 line 34] Gozelon died in 1044.[3, line


1306625 i. Oda
2614569 ii. Regilinde (-1064)

2613672 Count Aimon DE GENEVA. Born abt 1050.[3, line 133-23] Aimon died abt 1125, he was 75.[3, line


Aimon married Ida DE GLANE.

They had one child:
1306836 i. Amadeus (1100-1178)

2613673 Ida DE GLANE.

2614304 Count William DE POITOU II.[3, line 110-23]

1307152 i. William

2614314 1st Duke of Normandy Rollo.[431] Born abt 0854 in Maer, Norway. actual birth date and location are

unknown, these are educated guesses. Rollo died in 0927, he was 73. Buried in Notre Dame, Rouen, France.

Alias/AKA: Hrolf / Ganger.

Rollo married Duchess of Normandy, Lady Poppa de Valois.

They had the following children:
5233216 i. William (0891-0942)
1307157 ii. Adela (-~0962)
iii. Kathlin
iv. Osvald
v. Robert
vi. Crespina
vii. Gerletta

2614315 Duchess of Normandy, Lady Poppa de Valois. Born abt 0872 in Evreaux, Normandy, France.

2614316 Herluin Viscout of Conteville.

Herluin married Herleva DE FALAIS.

They had the following children:
i. Odo (-1097)
1307158 ii. Robert (1031-1095)

2614317 same as ahnentafel number 654153

2614318 Roger DE MONTGOMERY. Roger died in 1123.

Roger married Mabel DE ALENÇON.

They had the following children:
2528224 i. Robert (-1119)
1307159 ii. Maud

2614319 Mabel DE ALENÇON. Mabel died in 1082.

2614324 Viscount Geoffrey DE THOUARS II.[3, line 183-1] Geoffrey died abt 1055 in St. Michel in Lherm,

France.[203, line 159-34]

Geoffrey married Eleanor.

They had one child:
1307162 i. Aimery (-1093)

2614325 Eleanor. Eleanor died aft 1055.[203, line 159-34] Alias/AKA: Aenor.

2614372 Dirk (Dietrich) III, of Holland. Dirk (Dietrich) died in 1039.

Dirk (Dietrich) married Otehilde.

They had one child:
1307186 i. Floris (-1061)

2614373 Otehilde. Otehilde died in 1044.

2614374 King of Saxony Bernard II. Born abt 0995.[3, line 149-22] Bernard died in 1059, he was 64.

Bernard married Elica SCHWEINFURT.

They had the following children:
1307187 i. Gertrude (-1113)
1307285 ii. Ida

2614375 Elica SCHWEINFURT.

2614380 Rinald DE BURGUNDY Count of Burgundy. Rinald died in 1057.[254, chart 2, p 18]

In 1023 Rinald married Alice DE NORMANDY.[3, line 132-23]

They had one child:
1307190 i. William (-1087)

2614381 Alice DE NORMANDY. Alice died in 1037. Alias/AKA: Adelaide.

2614382 Adalbert DE LONGWY III, Count of Longwy.

Adalbert married Clemence DE FOIX.

They had one child:
1307191 i. Stephanie (~1035->1088)

2614383 Clemence DE FOIX.

2614384 Athon DE COURTENAY.

1307192 i. Josceline

2614386 Lord Guy DE MONTLHERY.

Guy married Hodierne DE GOMETZ.

They had one child:
1307193 i. Isabel

2614387 Hodierne DE GOMETZ.

2614560 Count of Hainault Baldwin DE MONS VI.[1] Born in Mons, Belgium. Baldwin died on 10 Jul 1070.[3, line

163-23] Alias/AKA: Baudoin.

Baldwin married Richilde.

They had one child:
1307280 i. Baldwin (Baudoin) (-1098)

2614561 Richilde. Richilde died on 10 Mar 1088.[3, line 163-23]

2614562 same as ahnentafel number 653312

2614563 same as ahnentafel number 653313

2614568 Albert DE NAMUR 2nd Count of Namur. Born abt 1000. Albert died in 1064, he was 64.[3, line 149-21]

Albert married Regilinde DE LORRAINE.

They had one child:
1307284 i. Albert

2614569 Regilinde DE LORRAINE. Regilinde died in 1064.[3, line 149-21]

2614570 same as ahnentafel number 2614374

2614571 same as ahnentafel number 2614375

2614580 same as ahnentafel number 654154

2614581 same as ahnentafel number 654155

2614612 Diego LAINEZ DE BIBAR (VIVAR). Diego died abt 1058.[3, line 113A-23]

1307306 i. Rodrigo (~1043-1099)

2614614 Count Diego DE OVIEDO.[3, line 1113A-23]

Diego married Cristina DE LEON[3, line 113A-23].

They had one child:
1307307 i. Ximena (Jimena) (-~1115)

2614615 Cristina DE LEON.[3, line 113A-23]

2614724 Holy Roman Emperor Heinrich (Henry) III.[228, p 259] Heinrich (Henry) died in 1056.[254, chart 2, p


Heinrich (Henry) married Gunhilda.

They had one child:
1307362 i. Heinrich (Henry) (-1087)

2614725 Gunhilda.

2614726 Count Otto DE MAURINE Marquis of Susa.[3, line 45-23]

Otto married Adaline DE SUZA.

They had one child:
1307363 i. Bertha (-1087)

2614727 Adaline DE SUZA.

2614730 same as ahnentafel number 654154

2614731 same as ahnentafel number 654155

2614734 King of Hungary Bela I. Born in 1015. Bela died in 1063, he was 48.[1, Tafel 104],[3, line 245-6]

Bela married Ryksa of Poland.

They had the following children:
5239488 i. Geza (1040-1077)
1307367 ii. Sofia
2619738 iii. Ladislas (-1095)

2614735 Ryksa of Poland. Ryksa died in 1052. Alias/AKA: Richza / Rixa.

2614746 Frederick VON FORMBACH.

1307373 i. Hedwig

2614756 Ioannis KOMNENOS.

1307378 i. Alexios (~1048-1118)

2614758 Protovestiary Andronicus DUCAINA.

Andronicus married Mary DE BULGARIA.

They had one child:
1307379 i. Irene

2614759 Mary DE BULGARIA.

2616576 Count of Gatinais Aubri DE GASTINOIS.[203, line 2-33]

1308288 i. Geoffrey

2616578 Count Alberic DE MACON II.

Alberic married Ermentrude.

They had one child:
1308289 i. Beatrice

2616579 Ermentrude.

2616584 William DE HAINAUT.

1308292 i. Amauri (Amaury) (-1031)

2616600 Aimon DE CHATEAU DU LOIRE.

Aimon married Hildeburge DE BELESME.

They had one child:
1308300 i. Robert

2616601 Hildeburge DE BELESME.

2616608 Duke of Normandy Richard I "The Fearless". Born in 0933 in Fecamp, Normandy, France. Richard died on

20 Nov 0996, he was 63.[3, line 121E-20]

Research: Had a Danish marriage with Gunnora Crepon of Denmark (in AR, Gunnor, dau of the forester of Arques)

and an official marriage (960) with Emma (daughter of Hugh Capet, Count of Paris). After Emma's death (968),

Richard and Gunnora had a Christian marriage to legitimize their children

in 958 Duke Richard married Hugh the Great's daughter. He died in 996 and was succeeded by his son, Richard


ruled between 942 and 996 in Normandy

Research: "When in 942 William was murdered at the instigation of Count Arnulf of Flanders, his son Richard,

still a minor, succeeded him. Louis IV and Hugh the Great each tried to sieze Normandy, and Louis took

charge of Richard. He then ensconced himself at Rouen and Hugh took Bayeux, which still had a Scandinavian

leader called Sictric. Richard escaped from his custody at Laon, retook Rouen, and called on another Viking

leader, Harald of the Bassin, for help. The Normans under Richard were able to re-establish their autonomy

and from 947 Richard governed in relative peace. In 965 he wore allegiance to the Carolingian king Lothar at

Gisors. Richard's official marriage was to Emma, daughter of Hugh the Great; they had no children, but by

his common-law wife Gunnor, a Dane, he had many. Richard II, son of Gunnor and Richard I, succeeded his

father in 996, another son Robert was archbishop of Rouen from 989 to 1037 and Emma their daughter became

queen of England on her marriage to Aethelred, a position she maintained after his death in 1016 by marrying

Cnot. Gunnor's nephews and other relatives furthermore formed the core of the new aristocracy which

developed in the course of the eleventh century. Unfortunately we know little about the internal

organization and history of Normandy until the reign of Richard II, and this falls outside our period."[337,

pp 238-239]

Research: "The Acknowledged Children of Richard I: Sons. The most revealing evidence of the prestige and

power of Richard and his successor is to be found in the endowments and marriages of their children. The

wife whose Norseness and high status made her an acceptable equal in the eyes of his chieftains was a woman

whose children commanded paternal recognition, for they would have powerful maternal kinsmen upon whose

loyalty they could call. Even so, it is remarkable that Dudo, with Gunnor at his side, tells the reader only

the number of children she bore Richard: five boys and three girls. He does not give their names, and

Richard's sons defy full identification. Richard II was certainly Gunnor's son, as was his virtual coruler,

Robert, archbishop of Rouen. Charters identify their relationship clearly, but they do not identify any of

her husband's other sons as Gunnor's...."

"Richard I and his new settler in-laws of the 960s were the winners who lasted. In becoming so they learned

(and taught) two principles of success that marked them off from the Franks. They learned the value of a

strong centralizing chieftain who could at least freeze the status quo once his own local chieftains had

taken what they wanted. The more successful he was, the more chiefs attached themselves to him for just

this: with his warranty, backed by his chieftains, their defeated enemies could not recover by violence what

had been taken from them by violence. Thus were the Norman dukes 'settlers of quarrels.' Fearlessness was

the necessary quality in such a coordinating chieftain, and Richard I, who has no encomiast of his deeds, has

at least this sobriquet, "the Fearless" Those who were great fighters and the ruthlessly, selectively

violent, were the great centralizers among the threatened and rapacious Norse."

Richard married Gunnora HARALDSDOTTIR of Denmark (de Crêpon)[446].

They had the following children:
1308304 i. Richard (~0963-1026)
ii. Hawise (-1034)
iii. Robert (-1037)
2554176 iv. Godfrey
v. William (-1054)
5229451 vi. Emma
vii. Matilda

2616609 Gunnora HARALDSDOTTIR of Denmark (de Crêpon).[446] Gunnora died in 1031.

2616610 Duke of Brittany Conan DE BRETAGNE I, Count of Rennes. Conan died in 0992.

Research: aka "The Crooked"[3]

In 0980 Conan married Ermengarde D'ANJOU.[3]

They had the following children:
1308305 i. Judith (0982-1017)
ii. Geoffrey[3] (-1008)
iii. Fulk[3]

2616611 Ermengarde D'ANJOU.

2616616 Count of Flanders Arnulf II "The Young".[203, p. 102] Born in 0962/963. Arnulf died on 30 Mar 0987,

he was 25. Alias/AKA: Arnulph, Arnold.

Arnulf married Susanna of Italy (Istria)[1].

They had one child:
1308308 i. Baldwin (~0980-1036)

2616617 Susanna of Italy (Istria).[1] Born in 0950. Susanna died on 26 Jan 1003, she was 53. Alias/AKA:

Rosala / Rozela.

2616618 Count of Luxembourg Frederick I. Frederick died in 1019.[3, line 166-21; line 142-20]

Frederick married Irmentrude DE GLEIBERG.

They had the following children:
1308309 i. Otgiva (Ogive) (~0995-1030)
ii. Gisele

2616619 Irmentrude DE GLEIBERG. Alias/AKA: Ermentrude.

2619732 Eudes CAPET Duke of Burgundy. Eudes died on 23 Mar 1103.[3, line 108-24]

Eudes married Matilda DE BURGUNDY.

They had one child:
1309866 i. Hugh (-1143)

2619733 Matilda DE BURGUNDY.

2619734 Boso DE TURENNE Viscount of Turenne.

1309867 i. Mathilda

2619736 same as ahnentafel number 1307378

2619737 same as ahnentafel number 1307379

2619738 King of Hungary Ladislas "The Saint". Ladislas died on 27 Jul 1095.[3, line 244A-7]

Ladislas married Adelaide.

They had one child:
1309869 i. Prisca (-1134)

2619739 Adelaide.

2619740 Henry DE CHATILLON.

1309870 i. Renaud

2619742 Bohemond Prince of Antioch. Born in 1107. Bohemond died in 1131, he was 24.[3, line 103-25]

Bohemond married Alix.

They had one child:
1309871 i. Constance

2619743 Alix. Alias/AKA: Alice.

2619744 Prince of Hungary Almos. Born in 1075. Almos died in 1129, he was 54.[3, line 242-9]

Almos married Princess Premislava of Kiev.

They had one child:
1309872 i. Bela (1108-1141)

2619745 Princess Premislava of Kiev. Premislava died in 1116.

2619746 Stefan Urosh I, of Serbia.

Stefan Urosh married Anna.

They had one child:
1309873 i. Jelena (Yelena)

2619747 Anna.

2619748 Grand Duke of Kiev Vladimir II, "Monomach". Born in 1053. Vladimir died on 19 May 1125, he was 72.

Occupation: Prince of Smolensk and Tchernigov, Grand Prince of Kiev.[203, line 368-30]

abt 1070 when Vladimir was 17, he married Princess Gytha of England.[214, p 260]

They had the following children:
1309874 i. Mstislav (1076-1132)
ii. Yaropolk
iii. Viatcheslav
iv. Yuri Dolgoruki

2619749 Princess Gytha of England.

2619750 Dmitrij SAVIDICH.

1309875 i. Lyubava (1100-1168)

2619968 Count Dirk V, of Holland. Dirk died in 1091.

Dirk married Othelhildis.

They had one child:
1309984 i. Floris (-1121)

2619969 Othelhildis.

2619970 Duke Deitrich VON OBER-LOTHRINGEN I.

Deitrich married Hedwig VON FORMBACH.

They had one child:
1309985 i. Petronille

2619971 Hedwig VON FORMBACH.

23rd Generation

5046532 King Of Scotland Kenneth II.[1],[3],[2],[7],[9, p 389] Kenneth died in 0995 in Fettercairn In The

Means, Grampian, Scotland.[1],[2],[3] Alias/AKA: Cinaed Mac Mael Coluim.

2523266 i. Malcolm (~0954-1034)
ii. Dungal (-0999)

5046544 King of England Edgar "The Peaceable".[9, p 478],[277, year 965],[297, vol 16, p 365] Born abt 0943.

Edgar died in Winchester, Hampshire, England on 8 Jul 0975, he was 32. Buried in Glastonbury Abbey, Somerset,


Edgar, king in Mercia and the Danelaw from 957, succeeded his brother as king of the English on Edwy's death

in 959 - a death which probably prevented civil war breaking out between the two brothers. Edgar was a firm

and capable ruler whose power was acknowledged by other rulers in Britain, as well as by Welsh and Scottish

kings. Edgar's late coronation in 973 at Bath was the first to be recorded in some detail; his queen

Aelfthryth was the first consort to be crowned queen of England.

Edgar was the patron of a great monastic revival which owed much to his association with Archbishop Dunstan.

New bishoprics were created, Benedictine monasteries were reformed and old monastic sites were re-endowed

with royal grants, some of which were of land recovered from the Vikings.

In the 970s and in the absence of Viking attacks, Edgar - a stern judge - issued laws which for the first

time dealt with Northumbria (parts of which were in the Danelaw) as well as Wessex and Mercia. Edgar's

coinage was uniform throughout the kingdom. A more united kingdom based on royal justice and order was

emerging; the Monastic Agreement (c.970) praised Edgar as 'the glorious, by the grace of Christ illustrious

king of the English and of the other peoples dwelling within the bounds of the island of Britain'. After his

death on 8 July 975, Edgar was buried at Glastonbury Abbey, Somerset.[207]

abt 0964 when Edgar was 21, he married Elfrida (Ealfthryth).[3, line 1-18]

They had one child:
2523272 i. Athelred (~0968-1016)

5046545 Elfrida (Ealfthryth). Born abt 0945. Elfrida (Ealfthryth) died abt 1002, she was 57.

5046546 Ealdorman Thored (Torin) of Northumbria.

2523273 i. Elgiva (0963-1002)

5046580 Count Regnier DE HAINAUT III. Born abt 0920.[3, line 155-19] Regnier died in 0973, he was 53.[3,

line 155-19]

Regnier married Adelaide DE EQUISHEIM.

They had the following children:
10216252 i. Regnier (~0950-1013)
2523290 ii. Lambert (~0950-1015)

5046581 Adelaide DE EQUISHEIM.

5046582 Charles DE LORRAINE Duke of Upper Lorraine.[295] Born in 0953. Charles died in 0994, he was 41.

bef 0979 when Charles was 26, he married Adelheid.

They had the following children:
2523291 i. Gerbega (~0975->1018)
5229137 ii. Ermengarde

5046583 Adelheid. Alias/AKA: Adelaide.

5046624 Count of Paris Hugh CAPET "The Great (Magnus)".[431, p 446] Hugh died on 16 Jun 0956 in Deurdan,


Hugh married Edhilda (Hedwige) of Saxony.

They had the following children:
2523312 i. Hugh (~0939-0996)
ii. Emma (-0968)

5046625 Edhilda (Hedwige) of Saxony. Edhilda (Hedwige) died aft 0965.

5046626 same as ahnentafel number 1307156

5046627 same as ahnentafel number 1307157

5046628 Count of Provence Boso II. Boso died in 0965.

Boso married Constance.

They had one child:
2523314 i. William (-~0995)

5046629 Constance. Constance died abt 0961.

5046630 Count Fulk D'ANJOU II, The Good.[3] Born abt 0909. Fulk died in 0960, he was 51.

Fulk married Gerberga de Gatinais[3].

They had the following children:
5233222 i. Geoffrey (-0987)
2523315 ii. Adelais
iii. Blanche (Arsinde)

5046631 Gerberga de Gatinais.[3] Born abt 0913 in Maine, France. Gerberga died abt 0952, she was 39.

5046632 Grand Duke of Kiev Svyatoslav (Svatislav) I. Svyatoslav (Svatislav) died in 0973.[3, line 241-3]

Svyatoslav (Svatislav) married Malusha (Maloucha) VON LÃœBECK.

They had the following children:
2523316 i. Vladimir (-1015)
ii. Yaropolk

5046633 Malusha (Maloucha) VON LÃœBECK.

5046634 Prince Rogvolod of Polotsk.

2523317 i. Rogneda (-1002)

5046636 King of Sweden Erik SEGERÄLL. Erik died in 0993.[9, chart 29, p 458]

Erik married Sigrid (Sigrith) STORRÃ…DA.

They had one child:
2523318 i. Olaf (-1025)

5046637 Sigrid (Sigrith) STORRÃ…DA.

5046640 Albert DE VERMANDOIS "The Pious". Born abt 0920.[203, line 239-34] Albert died in 0987, he was

67.[3, line 142-19; line 50-19] Occupation: Count of Vermandois and Troyes.[203, line 239-34]

bef 0954 when Albert was 34, he married Gerberga Of Hainault And Lorraine.[203, line 239-34]

They had one child:
2523320 i. Herbert (~0955-~1002)

5046641 Gerberga Of Hainault And Lorraine. Born abt 0935.[3, line 142-19]

5046642 Reinald DE BAR. Reinald died aft 0981.[203, line 239-33] Occupation: Count of Bar-sur-Seine.[203,

line 239-33]

2523321 i. Ermengarde (~0970->1035)

5046650 Count Hildouin DE BRETEUIL. Hildouin died in 1060.

Hildouin married Emmeline DE CHARTRES.

They had one child:
2523325 i. Adele

5046651 Emmeline DE CHARTRES.

5046660 same as ahnentafel number 1308304

5046661 same as ahnentafel number 1308305

5047064 Thurcytel DE NEUFMARCHE.

2523532 i. Geoffrey

5047066 Richard FITZGULBERT. Occupation: Lord of Hugleville and Auffay, Normandy, France.[3, line 177-3]

2523533 i. Ada

5047068 Richard FITZSCROB.

2523534 i. Osborn

5047070 Guffydd AP LLYWELYN. Residence: Griffith.

Guffydd married Alditha (Ealdgyth).

They had one child:
2523535 i. Nesta

5047071 Alditha (Ealdgyth). Alias/AKA: Edith, Aldgyth.

5056448 same as ahnentafel number 2614318

5056449 same as ahnentafel number 2614319

5056450 Guy DE PONTHIEU I. Guy died in 1101.

Guy married Ada.

They had one child:
2528225 i. Agnes

5056451 Ada.

5105050 same as ahnentafel number 1277030

5105051 same as ahnentafel number 1277031

5108124 Giselbert RHEIMS-ROUCY.

20957945 i. Yvette
2554062 ii. Ebles (-1103)

5108126 Regnier DE HAINAUT V, Count of Hainault.

Regnier married Mathilde DE VERDUN.

They had one child:
2554063 i. Beatrix

5108127 Mathilde DE VERDUN.

5108352 same as ahnentafel number 2616608

5108353 same as ahnentafel number 2616609

5109762 Viscount Tesselin DE ROUEN.[204] Born abt 0970.

2554881 i. Beatrix (-<1059)

5197188 Count Odo II, of Blois. Born abt 0990. Odo died in 1037, he was 47.

2598594 i. Stephen

5227344 Count Gerald DE GENEVA I. Gerald died bef 1080.[3, line 133-22]

Gerald married Thietburga DE FAUCIGNY.

They had one child:
2613672 i. Aimon (~1050-~1125)

5227345 Thietburga DE FAUCIGNY.

5227346 Count Peter DE GLANE.[3, line 133-23]

2613673 i. Ida

5228608 same as ahnentafel number 1307156

5228609 same as ahnentafel number 1307157

5228628 1st Earl (Jarl) of Orkney Ragnald EYSTEINSSON The Wise.[431] Born abt 0830 in Maer, Norway. Ragnald

died in Orkney, Scotland (or Maer, Norway?) in 0890, he was 60.[1, vol ii, table 79] Alias/AKA: Rognvald.

Ragnald married Countess of Maer Ragnhild ROLBSDATTER.

They had the following children:
2614314 i. Rollo (~0854-0927)
ii. Ivarr
iii. Thori

5228629 Countess of Maer Ragnhild ROLBSDATTER. Born ca 0848 in Norway.[1, vol ii, table 79] Alias/AKA:


5228630 Count Berenger & Bayeaux Pepin. Born abt 0847 in Bayeux, France. Pepin died in 0893, he was 46.

Pepin married unknown.

They had one child:
2614315 i. Poppa (~0872-)

5228631 unknown.

5228636 same as ahnentafel number 1261678

5228637 same as ahnentafel number 1261679

5228638 William (Guillaume) DE ALENÇON. William (Guillaume) died in 1048.

William (Guillaume) married Hildeburge (Bildeburge) DE BEAUMONT.

They had one child:
2614319 i. Mabel (-1082)

5228639 Hildeburge (Bildeburge) DE BEAUMONT.

5228648 Viscount Savaric DE THOUARS. Savaric died bef 1004.[203, line 159-35]

2614324 i. Geoffrey (-~1055)

5228744 Count Arnulf of Holland. Arnulf died in 0993.

Arnulf married Countess Liutgard of Luxembourg.

They had one child:
2614372 i. Dirk (Dietrich) (-1039)

5228745 Countess Liutgard of Luxembourg. Liutgard died in 0995.

5228746 Emperor of Germany Otto II. Born abt 0955.[3, line 147-20] Otto died in Rome, Italy on 7 Dec 0983,

he was 28.[228, p 259],[3, line 147-20]

On 14 Apr 0972 when Otto was 17, he married Princess Theophania.[3, line 147-20]

They had the following children:
2614373 i. Otehilde (-1044)
ii. Otto (-1002)
10458943 iii. Matilda

5228747 Princess Theophania. Theophania died on 15 Jun 0991.[3, line 147-20]

5228748 King of Saxony Bernard I. Bernard died in 1011.

Bernard married Hildegarde STADE.

They had one child:
2614374 i. Bernard (~0995-1059)

5228749 Hildegarde STADE.

5228750 Heinrich SCHWEINFURT.

2614375 i. Elica

5228760 Otto William DE BURGUNDY Count of Burgundy. Otto William died in 1072.[254, chart 2, p 18]

2614380 i. Rinald (-1057)

5228762 same as ahnentafel number 1308304

5228763 same as ahnentafel number 1308305

5228766 Bernard Rodger DE FOIX Count of Conserans.

2614383 i. Clemence

5229120 same as ahnentafel number 654154

5229121 same as ahnentafel number 654155

5229136 Albert DE NAMUR 1st Count of Namur. Albert died bef 1011.[3, line 149-20]

Albert married Ermengarde DE LORRAINE.

They had one child:
2614568 i. Albert (~1000-1064)

5229137 Ermengarde DE LORRAINE.

5229138 same as ahnentafel number 2613250

5229448 Holy Roman Emperor Conrad II, "The Salic". Conrad died in 1039.[228, p 259],[254, chart 2, p 18]

Conrad married Gisela VON SWABIA.

They had one child:
2614724 i. Heinrich (Henry) (-1056)

5229449 Gisela VON SWABIA. Gisela died in 1043.[254, chart 2, p 18]

5229450 King of Saxony Canute (Cnut). Born abt 0995 in Denmark. Canute (Cnut) died in Shaftesbury,

Dorsetshire, England on 12 Nov 1035, he was 40.[9, pp 486-490] Buried in Winchester Cathedral, Hampshire,


Son of Sweyn, Canute became undisputed King of England in 1016, and his rivals (Ethelred's surviving sons and

Edmund's son) fled abroad. In 1018, the last Danegeld of 82,500 pounds was paid to Canute. Ruthless but

capable, Canute consolidated his position by marrying Ethelred's widow Emma (Canute's first English partner -

the Church did not recognise her as his wife - was set aside, later appointed regent of Norway). During his

reign, Canute also became King of Denmark and Norway; his inheritance and formidable personality combined to

make him overlord of a huge northern empire.

During his inevitable absences in Scandinavia, Canute used powerful English and Danish earls to assist in

England's government - English law and methods of government remained unchanged.

A second-generation Christian for reasons of politics as well as faith, Canute went on pilgrimage to Rome in

1027-8. (It was allegedly Christian humility which made him reject his courtiers' flattery by demonstrating

that even he could not stop the waves; later hostile chroniclers were to claim it showed madness.)

Canute was buried at Winchester. Given that there was no political or governmental unity within his empire,

it failed to survive owing to discord between his sons by two different queens - Harold Harefoot (reigned

1035-40) and Harthacnut (reigned 1040-42) - and the factions led by the semi-independent Earls of

Northumbria, Mercia and Wessex.[207]

On 2 Jul 1017 when Canute (Cnut) was 22, he married Emma of Normandy.

They had the following children:
i. Harthacanute (~1018-1042)
2614725 ii. Gunhilda

5229451 Emma of Normandy.

5229454 Olric DE SUZA.

2614727 i. Adaline

5229468 King of Poland Vazul Prince of Hungary.[3, line 243-5, line 244-5] Vazul died in 1037.[1, vol 2, p


2614734 i. Bela (1015-1063)
ii. Andrew (Andreas) (-1061)

5229470 Mieszko II, Prince of Poland. Mieszko died in 1034.[3, line 147-22]

In 1013 Mieszko married Rixa.[3, line 147-22]

They had the following children:
2614735 i. Ryksa (-1052)
ii. Casimir (-1058)
10478981 iii. Gertrude (-1107)

5229471 Rixa.

5229512 Manolis (Michael) KOMNENOS "Erotikos".

2614756 i. Ioannis

5229518 Tzar Trajan DE BULGARIA.

2614759 i. Mary

5233152 Count Geoffrey DE GASTINOIS.[203, line 2-34]

2616576 i. Aubri

5233216 Duke of Normandy William LONGSWORD (LONGESPEE). Born in 0891 in Normandy, France. William died in

France on 17 Dec 0942, he was 51.[337, p. 238],[3, 7th Ed., p. 110] killed by servants of Theobald of Blois

and Arnulf of Flanders.

Research: ruled between 930 and 942

During the minority of his (William Long-Sword) successor, Duke Richard, King Louis IV -- who was making an

expedition into Normandy -- was captured by the inhabitants of Rouen and handed over to Hugh the Great. From

this time onwards the dukes of Normandy began to enter into relations with the dukes of France.

William married Sprota (Espriota) DE BRETAGNE (DE SENLIS) of Brittany. Sprota was a mistress to William.

They had one child:
2616608 i. Richard (0933-0996)

5233217 Sprota (Espriota) DE BRETAGNE (DE SENLIS) of Brittany. Born abt 0911.

Research: [336]Concubine of William

On page 192 she says, "Richard I was stated by Norman and Frankish writers alike to have been the son of

William Longsword and a Breton concubine, who acquired the name of Sprota during the eleventh century. One

must probably accept that Richard was born to a concubine and not to William's wife Liutgarde, but we

certainly have not been told the truth about Sprota. [new paragraph] For a reputable Frankish chronicler

like Flodoard, the information that William's concubine was brought out of Brittany could easily have led to

the assumption that she was Breton--concubina brittana--but that might have been a false assumption, since

she could have been the daughter of a Viking chief established in Brittany." On page 193, she says, "It may

be that Richard I's mother was a noble Breton of the family of Alan Barbetorte, captured during William's

vengeful campaign in Brittany in 931-33. The birth of Richard a few years later perhaps helps to explain

both the timing of Athelstan's approach to William and the softening of William's attitude to Alan."

5233218 King of Denmark Harald BLUETOOTH III. Born abt 0910.[203, line 369-38] Harald died on 1 Nov 0986, he

was 76.[9],[203, line 369-38] murdered. Occupation: King of Denmark and Norway.[203, line 369-38]

Harald married Gunhilda of Sweden.

They had the following children:
2616609 i. Gunnora (-1031)
41915989 ii. Thyra (-1000)
10458900 iii. Swein (Swen) (~0960-1014)
iv. Herfast[446]

5233219 Gunhilda of Sweden.

5233220 Juhel of Rennes. Juhel died in 0952.

2616610 i. Conan (-0992)

5233222 Count Geoffrey D'ANJOU "Grisgonelle/Greymantle". Geoffrey died in 0987.

Geoffrey married Adélaïde DE VERMANDOIS[3].

They had the following children:
2616611 i. Ermengarde
ii. Gerberga
iii. Fulk (-1040)

5233223 Adélaïde DE VERMANDOIS.[3] Born in 0950. Adélaïde died abt 0975, she was 25.

5233232 Count of Flanders Baldwin III.[203, p. 102] Baldwin died on 1 Jan 0961/962.

Baldwin married Matilda of Saxony[1].

They had one child:
2616616 i. Arnulf (0962-0987)

5233233 Matilda of Saxony.[1] Matilda died on 28 May 1008 in Saxony, Germany.

5233234 King of Italy Berengarius II. Berengarius died on 6 Aug 0966.[3, line 146-18]

Berengarius married Willa of Tuscany[3, line 145-19].

They had the following children:
2616617 i. Susanna (0950-1003)
10457520 ii. Adelbert (-0966)
iii. Junca

5233235 Willa of Tuscany.[3, line 145-19]

5233236 Siegfried Count of Luxembourg. Siegfried died on 15 Aug 0998.[3, line 143-20]

Siegfried married Hedwig.

They had the following children:
2616618 i. Frederick (-1019)
5228745 ii. Liutgard (-0995)

5233237 Hedwig. Hedwig died on 13 Dec 0992.

5233238 Duke Herbert DE GLEIBERG I. Herbert died in 0922. Occupation: Count of Kinziggau, Count of Gleiberg.

Herbert married Itmentrude.

They had one child:
2616619 i. Irmentrude

5233239 Itmentrude.

5239464 Henry CAPET.

Henry married Sibylle.

They had one child:
2619732 i. Eudes (-1103)

5239465 Sibylle.

5239466 same as ahnentafel number 1307190

5239467 same as ahnentafel number 1307191

5239476 same as ahnentafel number 2614734

5239477 same as ahnentafel number 2614735

5239478 Berthold Count of Zahringen. Berthold died in 1090.[3, line 244A-7]

2619739 i. Adelaide

5239484 Bohemond Prince of Antioch. Bohemond died in 1111 in Canossa, Italy.[215, p 198]

abt 1106 Bohemond married Constance CAPET.

They had one child:
2619742 i. Bohemond (1107-1131)

5239485 Constance CAPET. Born in 1078. Constance died in 1126, she was 48.[261]

5239486 Baldwin Count of Rethel. Born abt 1058. Baldwin died on 21 Aug 1131, he was 73.[3, line 103A-25]

Occupation: Count of Rethel, Count of Edessa 1110, King of Jerusalem 1118.

Baldwin married Malfia.

They had the following children:
i. Melisende
2619743 ii. Alix

5239487 Malfia.

5239488 King of Hungary Geza I. Born in 1040. Geza died in 1077, he was 37.[3, line 242-9]

Geza married Queen of Hungary Sinadena.

They had one child:
2619744 i. Almos (1075-1129)

5239489 Queen of Hungary Sinadena.

5239490 Grand Prince of Kiev Svyatopolk II. Born in 1050.[3, line 241-7] Svyatopolk died on 16 Apr 1113, he

was 63.[3, line 241-7]

2619745 i. Premislava (-1116)
ii. Zbyslava (-1113)

5239496 Grand Duke of Kiev Vsevolod I. Vsevolod died in 1092.[9, chart 34, p 498] Occupation: Prince of

Pereyaslav.[274, p 43]

Vsevolod married Irene.

They had one child:
2619748 i. Vladimir (1053-1125)

5239497 Irene.

5239498 King of Wessex Harold II. Born in 1022.[214, p 258] Harold died in Battle of Hastings in Oct 1066, he

was 44.[3, line 1B-23]

On Edward's death, the King's Council (the Witenagemot) confirmed Edward's brother-in-law Harold, Earl of

Wessex, as King. With no royal blood, and fearing rival claims from William Duke of Normandy and the King of

Norway, Harold had himself crowned in Westminster Abbey on 6 January 1066, the day after Edward's death.

During his brief reign, Harold showed he was an outstanding commander.

In September, Harald Hardrada of Norway (aided by Harold's alienated brother Tostig, Earl of Northumbria)

invaded England and was defeated by Harold at the Battle of Stamford Bridge near York. Hardrada's army had

invaded using over 300 ships; so many were killed that only 25 ships were needed to transport the survivors


Meanwhile, William, Duke of Normandy (who claimed that Harold had acknowledged him in 1064 as Edward's

successor) had landed in Sussex. Harold rushed south and, on 14 October 1066, his army of some 7,000 infantry

was defeated on the field of Senlac near Hastings. Harold was hit in the eye by an arrow and cut down by

Norman swords.

An abbey was later built, in 1070, to fulfil a vow made by William I, and its high altar was placed on the

spot where Harold fell. The ruins of Battle Abbey still remain with a stone slab marking where Harold


Harold married Ealdgyth (Edith) "Swan Neck".

They had the following children:
2619749 i. Gytha
ii. Godwin (->1068)
iii. Edmund
iv. Magnus
v. Gunhild

5239499 Ealdgyth (Edith) "Swan Neck". Alias/AKA: Swanneshals.

5239936 same as ahnentafel number 1307186

5239937 same as ahnentafel number 1307187

24th Generation

10093064 King of Scotland Malcolm MAC ALPIN I.[1],[3],[2],[10] Malcolm died in 0954 in Battle of Fetteresso,

Dunnottar, Scotland.[1] Buried in Iona Island, Highlands, Scotland. Alias/AKA: Mael Coluim Mac Domnall.

5046532 i. Kenneth (-0995)
ii. Duff (Dub) (-0967)

10093088 King of the English Edmund I "The Magnificent".[9, p 475],[297, vol 16, p 401],[277, year 965] Born

abt 0921. Edmund died in Pucklechurch, England on 26 May 0946, he was 25. murdered. Buried in Glastonbury

Abbey, Somerset, England.

When Athelstan died without immediate successors, his half brother Edmund successfully suppressed rebellions

by the Mercian Danes. Edmund I was murdered at a feast in his own hall, at the age of 25 in 946, after only

seven years on the throne, and his brother Edred succeeded him.[207]

Edmund married Saint Elgiva (Alfgifu).

They had the following children:
5046544 i. Edgar (~0943-0975)
ii. Edwy

10093089 Saint Elgiva (Alfgifu). Elgiva (Alfgifu) died abt 0945.

10093090 Ordgar Ealdorman of Devon.

5046545 i. Elfrida (Ealfthryth) (~0945-~1002)

10093092 Gunnor.

5046546 i. Thored (Torin)

10093160 Count Regnier DE HAINAUT II. Born abt 0890. Regnier died in 0932, he was 42.[3, line 155-18]

Regnier married Adelaide DE BURGUNDY.

They had one child:
5046580 i. Regnier (~0920-0973)

10093161 Adelaide DE BURGUNDY. Adelaide died in 0921.[3, line 155-18]

10093162 Count Hugh DE EQUISHEIM.

5046581 i. Adelaide

10093164 King of Franks Louis IV "From Overseas".[1, vol 1 table 3 & 57; vol 2 table 1 & 95; vol 3, table

736] Born on 10 Sep 0920. Louis died in Reims, France on 10 Sep 0954, he was 34. Buried in St. Remy, Reims,


In 0939 when Louis was 18, he married Queen of Franks Gerberga of Saxony.

They had the following children:
i. Lothair (0941-0986)
20788755 ii. Matilda (ca0943-0981)
5046582 iii. Charles (0953-0994)

10093165 Queen of Franks Gerberga of Saxony. Born in 0913. Gerberga died in Reims, France on 5 May 0984, she

was 71.[1, vol I, tables 3 & 95; vol II, table 1; vol III, table 675A] Buried in Reims, France.

10093248 King of France Robert I, Count of Paris. Born in 0866 in Bourgogne, France. Robert died in Soissons,

France on 15 Jun 0923, he was 57.[1, vol ii, table 10; vol iii, table 49] died in battle. Occupation: Count

of Paris & Poitiers; Marquie in Neustria & Orleans.

Robert married Beatrix (Beatrice) DE VERMANDOIS.

They had the following children:
5046624 i. Hugh (-0956)
10093281 ii. Liegarde (Hildebrandt) (~0887->0931)

10093249 Beatrix (Beatrice) DE VERMANDOIS. Born in Vermandois, Normandy, France. Beatrix (Beatrice) died aft

Mar 0930/931.

10093250 King of the West Saxons Edward "The Elder".[9, p 470],[277, years 924, 925],[297, vol 1, p 157] Born

abt 0871 in Wessex, England. Edward died in Farndon-on-Dee, England on 17 Jul 0924, he was 53.[1, vol I,

table 3; vol II, table 1, 10, & 78; vol III, table 49],[3, line 1-16] Buried in Winchester Cathedral,

Hampshire, England.

Anglo-Saxon king in England, the son of Alfred the Great. As ruler of the West Saxons, or Wessex, from 899 to

924, Edward extended his authority over almost all of England by conquering areas that previously had been

held by Danish invaders.

Edward ascended the throne upon his father's death in October 899, and in a battle in 902 his forces killed a

rival claimant, Aethelwald, who had allied with the Danes. After defeating the Northumbrian Danes at

Tettenhall, he set out in August 912 to subdue the Danes of the eastern Midlands and East Anglia. From 910 to

916 he constructed a series of fortified enclosures around his Kingdom of Wessex.

At the same time, his sister, the Mercian ruler Aethelflaed , constructed a complementary series of

fortresses in the northwest Midlands. In 917 Edward and Aethelflaed launched a massive offensive, quickly

overwhelming the entire Danish army of East Anglia. Upon Aethelflaed's death in June 918, Edward assumed

control of Mercia, and by the end of the year the last Danish armies in the Midlands had submitted. By that

time Edward's kingdom included all the land south of the Humber estuary; in 920 he pacified Northumbria.

Complete political unification of England was achieved during the reign of his son and successor, Athelstan

(reigned 924-939).[311]

Well-trained by Alfred, his son Edward 'the Elder' (reigned 899-924) was a bold soldier who defeated the

Danes in Northumbria at Tettenhall in 910 and was acknowledged by the Viking kingdom of York. The kings of

Strathclyde and the Scots submitted to Edward in 921. By military success and patient planning, Edward spread

English influence and control. Much of this was due to his alliance with his formidable sister Aethelflaed,

who was married to the ruler of Mercia and seems to have governed that kingdom after her husband's death.

Edward was able to establish an administration for the kingdom of England, whilst obtaining the allegiance of

Danes, Scots and Britons. Edward died in 924, and he was buried in the New Minster which he had had completed

at Winchester. Edward was twice married, but it is possible that his eldest son Athelstan was the son of a


Edward married Elfleda of Wiltshire.

They had the following children:
i. Edwin (-0933)
ii. Elfweard (-~0924)
iii. Eadflaed
20186329 iv. Eadgifu (Edgiva) (-~0953)
5046625 v. Edhilda (Hedwige) (->0965)
83671171 vi. Eadgyth (-0946)
vii. Elfleda
viii. Ethelfleda
ix. Ethelhilda
x. Elgiva

10093251 Elfleda of Wiltshire. Born abt 0878 in Wessex, England. Elfleda died abt 0919, she was 41.[1, vol

II, table 1 & 78] Alias/AKA: Aelfleda.

10093260 Count of Anjou Fulk D'ANJOU I, The Red. Born abt 0875 in Anjou, France. Fulk died in St. Martin,

Tours, France abt 0923, he was 48.

Fulk married Countess of Anjou Roscilla DE LOUCHE.

They had one child:
5046630 i. Fulk (~0909-0960)

10093261 Countess of Anjou Roscilla DE LOUCHE. Born abt 0874 in France.

10093262 Count of Maine Herve. Born in Maine, France.

Herve married unknown.

They had one child:
5046631 i. Gerberga (~0913-~0952)

10093263 unknown.

10093264 Grand Duke of Kiev Igor. Igor died in 0945.[3, line 241-2]

Igor married Princess Regent Olga.

They had one child:
5046632 i. Svyatoslav (Svatislav) (-0973)

10093265 Princess Regent Olga. Olga died in 0969.

10093266 Malk VON LÃœBECK.

5046633 i. Malusha (Maloucha)

10093272 King of Uppsala Bjorn. Bjorn died in 0956.[9, chart 29, p 458]

5046636 i. Erik (-0993)

10093274 Skoglar-Tosti.

5046637 i. Sigrid (Sigrith)

10093280 Count Herbert DE VERMANDOIS II. Born abt 0884 in Vermandois, Normandy, France. Herbert died in St

Quentin, Aisne, France on 23 Feb 0943, he was 59.[1, vol ii, table 5, 10, 46, & 79; vol iii, table 49] Buried

in St Quentin, Aisne, France. Occupation: Count of Vermandois and Troyes.[203, line 239-35; line 188-38; line

231-36; line 235-36]

Herbert married Liegarde (Hildebrandt) Princess of West Franks.

They had the following children:
10466446 i. Robert (~0920-~0967)
20788753 ii. Luitgard (Luitgarde) (~0915->0978)
5046640 iii. Albert (~0920-0987)
iv. Alix (Alice) (-0960)

10093281 Liegarde (Hildebrandt) Princess of West Franks. Born abt 0887 in Vermandois, Normandy, France.

Liegarde (Hildebrandt) died aft Mar 0931, she was 44.[1, vol ii, table 10; vol iii, table 49]

10093282 Giselbert (Gilbert) DE LORRAINE. Giselbert (Gilbert) died in 0939.

Giselbert (Gilbert) married Queen of Franks Gerberga of Saxony.

They had the following children:
5046641 i. Gerberga (~0935-)
10216249 ii. Alberade

10093283 same as ahnentafel number 10093165

10093300 Hildouin DE PONTHIEU.

Hildouin married Hersende.

They had one child:
5046650 i. Hildouin (-1060)

10093301 Hersende.

10093302 Viscount Fouche DE CHARTRES.

5046651 i. Emmeline

10094132 Gulbert DE ST. VALERIE.

Gulbert married Papia.

They had one child:
5047066 i. Richard

10094133 Papia.

10094140 Llywelyn AP SEISYLL Prince of North Wales. Occupation: King of Deheubarth and Gwynedd.

Llywelyn married Angharad FERCH MAREDUDD.

They had one child:
5047070 i. Guffydd

10094141 Angharad FERCH MAREDUDD.

10094142 Aelfgar Earl of Mercia. Occupation: Earl of Mercia and East Anglia.[214, p 259]

Aelfgar married Aelfgifu.

They had the following children:
5047071 i. Alditha (Ealdgyth)
ii. Edwin (-1072)
iii. Morkere
iv. Burchard

10094143 Aelfgifu.

10216248 Renaud RHEIMS-ROUCY Count of Rheims and Roucy. Renaud died on 15 Mar 0973.[3, line 151-19]

Renaud married Alberade DE LORRAINE.

They had the following children:
i. Ermentrude (Irmtrude)
5108124 ii. Giselbert

10216249 Alberade DE LORRAINE.

10216252 Regnier DE HAINAUT IV, Count of Hainault. Born abt 0950.[3, line 144A-20] Regnier died in 1013, he

was 63.[3, line 144A-21]

Regnier married Edith CAPET.

They had one child:
5108126 i. Regnier

10216253 Edith CAPET. Edith died aft 1013.[3, line 144A-20] Alias/AKA: Hedwig.

10216254 Herman DE VERDUN Count of Verdun.

Herman married Richilde.

They had one child:
5108127 i. Mathilde

10216255 Richilde.

10394376 Count Odo of Blois. Born ca 0950. Odo died in 0995, he was 45.

Odo married Bertha of Burgundy.

They had the following children:
5197188 i. Odo (~0990-1037)
5227344 ii. Gerald (-<1080)

10394377 Bertha of Burgundy. Born abt 0964. Bertha died abt 1016, she was 52.

10454688 same as ahnentafel number 10394376

10454689 same as ahnentafel number 10394377

10457256 Eystein IVARSSON Earl of the Uplanders.[431] Born abt 0800 in Maer, Norway.[1, vol ii, table 79 &

105] Alias/AKA: Glumra.

Eystein married Aseda RAGNALDSDOTTIR.

They had the following children:
5228628 i. Ragnald (~0830-0890)
ii. Sigurd (-0892)


10457258 Hrolf NEFIA. Born abt 0823 in Maer, Norway.[1, vol ii, table 79] Alias/AKA: Rolv, Ralph; NEVJA.

5228629 i. Ragnhild (ca0848-)

10457260 Count of Senlis Pepin DE PERONNE. Born abt 0817 in Vermandois, Normandy, France.[3, p 50] Pepin

died in Milan, Italy in 0892, he was 75.[1, vol iii, table 49] Occupation: Count of Senlis, Peronne, St.

Quentin and Vermandois; Prince of Italy.

Pepin married unknown.

They had the following children:
20186498 i. Herbert (0840-0902)
5228630 ii. Pepin (~0847-0893)

10457261 unknown.

10457296 Viscount Herbert DE THOUARS. Herbert died on 13 May 0988.[203, line 159-36]

bef 0969 Herbert married Aldegarde.[203, line 159-36]

They had one child:
5228648 i. Savaric (-<1004)

10457297 Aldegarde.

10457488 Count Dirk II, of Holland. Dirk died in 0988.

Dirk married Countess Hildegard DE FLANDRES.

They had one child:
5228744 i. Arnulf (-0993)

10457489 Countess Hildegard DE FLANDRES.

10457490 same as ahnentafel number 5233236

10457491 same as ahnentafel number 5233237

10457492 Emperor of Germany Otto I.[207] Otto died in 0973.[9, chart 31, p 473] Occupation: Emperor of

Germany, Duke of Saxony.

aft 0951 Otto married Adelheid (Adelaide) DE BURGUNDY "The Saint".[3, line 147-19]

They had the following children:
5228746 i. Otto (~0955-0983)
ii. Richilde

10457493 Adelheid (Adelaide) DE BURGUNDY "The Saint". Born abt 0931.[3, line 147-19] Adelheid (Adelaide)

died in Selz, Alsace on 17 Dec 0999, she was 68.[3, line 147-19]

10457494 Holy Roman Emperor Romanus II.

Romanus married Anastasia THEOPHANO.

They had the following children:
10478994 i. Constantine (0976-1028)
ii. Basil (0963-1025)
5228747 iii. Theophania (-0991)

10457495 Anastasia THEOPHANO.

10457496 Hermann of Saxony.

Hermann married Hildegardis.

They had one child:
5228748 i. Bernard (-1011)

10457497 Hildegardis.

10457498 Heinrich STADE I.

Heinrich married Judith.

They had one child:
5228749 i. Hildegarde

10457499 Judith.

10457520 King of Italy Adelbert D'IVREA. Adelbert died in 0966.[254, Table XXa, p 148]

5228760 i. Otto William (-1072)
ii. Obizzo

10458272 Robert DE LOMME Count of Lomme.

5229136 i. Albert (-<1011)

10458274 same as ahnentafel number 5046582

10458275 same as ahnentafel number 5046583

10458896 Henry DE CARINTHIA. Henry died in 0989.[254, chart 2, p 18]

Henry married Adelaide DE EGISHEIM.

They had one child:
5229448 i. Conrad (-1039)

10458897 Adelaide DE EGISHEIM.

10458898 King of Swabia Hermann VON SWABIA II.

5229449 i. Gisela (-1043)

10458900 King of Denmark Swein (Swen) FORKBEARD I. Born abt 0960 in Denmark.[9, p 484] Swein (Swen) died in

Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, England on 2 Feb 1014, he was 54. Buried in Roeskild Cathedral, Denmark.

The son of a Danish king, Sweyn 'Forkbeard' began conquering territory in England in 1003, effectively

devastating much of southern and midland England. The English nobility became so disillusioned with their

existing king, Ethelred 'The Unready', that they acknowledged Sweyn as king in 1013. Sweyn's reign was short,

as he died in 1014, but his son Canute the Great soon returned and reclaimed control of England.[207]

abt 0990 when Swein (Swen) was 30, he married Gunhilda. They were divorced abt 1000.

They had the following children:
i. Harald (-1018)
5229450 ii. Canute (Cnut) (~0995-1035)

10458901 Gunhilda. Gunhilda died abt 1015.

10458902 same as ahnentafel number 2616608

10458903 same as ahnentafel number 2616609

10458936 Mihaly (Michael) Prince of Hungary. Mihaly (Michael) died in 0978.

Mihaly (Michael) married Adelajda Princess of Poland.

They had the following children:
5229468 i. Vazul (-1037)
ii. Ladislas

10458937 Adelajda Princess of Poland. Adelajda died in 0997.

10458940 Prince Boleslaw I, of Poland. Born abt 0967. Boleslaw died in 1025, he was 58.

Boleslaw married Princess Emnilde of the Western Slavs.

They had the following children:
5229470 i. Mieszko (-1034)
ii. Boleslaw

10458941 Princess Emnilde of the Western Slavs. Emnilde died in 1017.

10458942 Count Edzo DE LORRAINE. Edzo died in 1034.[3, line 147-21]

Edzo married Matilda VON SACHSEN (SAXONY).

They had one child:
5229471 i. Rixa

10458943 Matilda VON SACHSEN (SAXONY).

10459024 Isaak KOMNENOS.

5229512 i. Manolis (Michael)

10466304 Count Aubri DE GASTINOIS Viscount of Orleans.[203, line 2-35]

5233152 i. Geoffrey

10466432 same as ahnentafel number 2614314

10466433 same as ahnentafel number 2614315

10466434 Hubert Count of Senlis. Born abt 0880 in Bretagne (Brittany), France.

Hubert married unknown.

They had one child:
5233217 i. Sprota (Espriota) (~0911-)

10466435 unknown.

10466436 King of Denmark Gorm "The Old". Gorm died abt 0950.[9, chart 29, p 458],[3, line aB-20],[203, line

369-39] Buried in Jellinge. Occupation: King of Denmark (883-941); King of East Anglia (905-918); King of

Seeland; King of Jutland (abt 880).[203, line 369-39]

Gorm married Thyra HAROLDSDOTTIR "Danebord".

They had one child:
5233218 i. Harald (~0910-0986)

10466437 Thyra HAROLDSDOTTIR "Danebord". Thyra died abt 0935.[203, line 369-39]

10466438 King of Sweden Olaf EDMUNDSON. Olaf died in 0964.[203, line 368-35] Occupation: King of Sweden, King

of Uppsala.[203, line 368-35]

Olaf married Ingelberg.

They had the following children:
5233219 i. Gunhilda
41915988 ii. Styrbjorn (0956-0985)

10466439 Ingelberg.

10466444 same as ahnentafel number 5046630

10466445 same as ahnentafel number 5046631

10466446 Robert DE VERMANDOIS Count of Troyes and Meaux.[3] Born abt 0920. Robert died abt 0967, he was 47.

Robert married Adelaide DE BURGUNDY de Chalons.

They had one child:
5233223 i. Adélaïde (0950-~0975)

10466447 Adelaide DE BURGUNDY de Chalons. Born in 0914. Adelaide died in 0967, she was 53.

10466464 Count of Flanders Arnulf I.[203, p. 102] Born abt 0890. Arnulf died on 27 Mar 0964, he was 74.

In 0934 when Arnulf was 44, he married Alix (Alice).

They had one child:
5233232 i. Baldwin (-0961)

10466465 Alix (Alice). Born abt 0915. Alix (Alice) died in 0958, she was 43.

10466466 Duke of Saxony Hernann BILLING.

5233233 i. Matilda (-1008)

10466468 Adalbert D'IVREA. Adalbert died in 0924.[254, chart 2, p 18]

Adalbert married Gisele.

They had one child:
5233234 i. Berengarius (-0966)

10466469 Gisele. Gisele died in 0910.

10466470 Marquis of Tuscany Boso. Born in 0885. Boso died in 0936, he was 51.

Boso married Willa DE BURGUNDY.

They had one child:
5233235 i. Willa

10466471 Willa DE BURGUNDY.

10466472 Richwin Count of Verdun.

Richwin married Cunegonde.

They had one child:
5233236 i. Siegfried (-0998)

10466473 Cunegonde.

10466476 Udo DE GLEIBERG Count of Wetterau.

Udo married DE VERMANDOIS.

They had one child:
5233238 i. Herbert (-0922)


10478928 Robert CAPET Duke of Burgundy. Robert died in 1075.[261],[3, line 108-22] Alias/AKA: "The Old".

Robert married Eleanor DE SEMUR-EN-AUXOIS.

They had one child:
5239464 i. Henry

10478929 Eleanor DE SEMUR-EN-AUXOIS.

10478968 Robert GUISCARD Duke of Apulia. Robert died in 1095.[215, p 198]

Robert married Alberada.

They had one child:
5239484 i. Bohemond (-1111)

10478969 Alberada.

10478970 same as ahnentafel number 653592

10478971 same as ahnentafel number 653593

10478972 Hugh Count of Rethel.

Hugh married Melisende DE MONTLHERY.

They had one child:
5239486 i. Baldwin (~1058-1131)

10478973 Melisende DE MONTLHERY.

10478974 Gabriel. Gabriel died in 1103. Occupation: Armenian Governor of Melitene on the Upper Euphrates.

5239487 i. Malfia

10478976 same as ahnentafel number 2614734

10478977 same as ahnentafel number 2614735

10478978 Theodul Sinadenos.

5239489 i. Sinadena

10478980 Grand Prince of Kiev Isiaslav. Born in 1025.[3, line 241-6] Isiaslav died on 3 Oct 1078, he was

53.[3, line 241-6] Occupation: Prince of Kiev and Novgorod.[274, p 43]

Isiaslav married Gertrude.

They had one child:
5239490 i. Svyatopolk (1050-1113)

10478981 Gertrude. Gertrude died on 4 Jan 1107.[3, line 241-6]

10478992 same as ahnentafel number 1261658

10478993 same as ahnentafel number 1261659

10478994 Holy Roman Emperor Constantine VIII. Born in 0976. Constantine died in 1028, he was 52.

5239497 i. Irene

10478996 Godwin Earl of Wessex. Born in 1001. Godwin died on 15 Apr 1053, he was 52.[203, line 368-32]

abt 1020 when Godwin was 19, he married Gytha STYRBJORNSDOTTIR.[203, line 368-32]

They had the following children:
i. Edith (Eadgyth) (~1020-1075)
5239498 ii. Harold (1022-1066)
iii. Gunhild
iv. Swegen (-~1052)
v. Tostig (-1066)
vi. Gyrth (-1066)
vii. Leofwine (-1066)
viii. Wulfnoth (->1087)


25th Generation

20186128 King of Scotland Donald II.[1],[2, pp. 28-29],[3, p. 170] Donald died in 0900 in Forres, Moray,

Scotland.[4] killed. Buried in Iona Island, Highlands, Scotland. Alias/AKA: Domnall mac Causantin.

10093064 i. Malcolm (-0954)

20186176 same as ahnentafel number 10093250

20186177 Edgiva (Eadgifu) of Kent. Born abt 0875.

Edgiva (Eadgifu) married King of the West Saxons Edward "The Elder"[9, p 470],[277, years 924, 925],[297, vol

1, p 157].

They had the following children:
10093088 i. Edmund (~0921-0946)
ii. Eadburh
iii. Edgiva
iv. Eadred (Edred)

20186320 Count Regnier DE LORRAINE I. Regnier died aft Oct 0915.[3, line 155-17]

Regnier married Hersent.

They had the following children:
10093282 i. Giselbert (Gilbert) (-0939)
10093160 ii. Regnier (~0890-0932)

20186321 Hersent.

20186322 Duke Richard DE BURGUNDY.

Richard married Adelaide D'AUXERRE.

They had one child:
10093161 i. Adelaide (-0921)

20186323 Adelaide D'AUXERRE.

20186328 King of Franks Charles III, "The Simple". Born on 17 Sep 0879 in Peronne, Somme, France. Charles

died in Peronne, Somme, France on 7 Oct 0929, he was 50.[1, vol I, table 78; vol III, table 49] Buried in St.

Fursy. Occupation: King of France, 893; deposed 922.

Charles married Eadgifu (Edgiva).

They had one child:
10093164 i. Louis (0920-0954)

20186329 Eadgifu (Edgiva). Eadgifu (Edgiva) died abt 0953.[1, vol II, table 1; vol III, table 49]

20186330 Holy Roman Emperor Henry VON BABENBERG "The Fowler". Born in 0876. Henry died in Memleben, Germany

on 2 Jul 0936, he was 60. Occupation: Duke of Saxony, Emperor of Germany 912.

Henry married Mechtilde VON RINGELHEIM[223].

They had the following children:
10093165 i. Gerberga (0913-0984)
10457492 ii. Otto (-0973)
iii. Henry

20186331 Mechtilde VON RINGELHEIM.[223] Born ca 0890. Mechtilde died on 14 Mar 0968, she was 78.[1, vol I,

table 3] Alias/AKA: Matilda.

20186496 Count of Wormgau Rupert (Robert) IV, The Strong.[431] Born in Neustria. Rupert (Robert) died on 15

Sep 0866.

abt 0864 Rupert (Robert) married Adelaide.

They had one child:
10093248 i. Robert (0866-0923)

20186497 Adelaide. Born abt 0819 in Tours, Alsace, France. Adelaide died abt 0866, she was 47.

20186498 Count Herbert DE VERMANDOIS I. Born in 0840 in Vermandois, Normandy, France. Herbert died in 0902,

he was 62.[1, vol i, table 11; vol ii, table 10; vol iii, table 49] Occupation: Count of Vermandois and

Soissons; Seigneur de Senlis, Peronne and St. Quentin.

Herbert married Bertha DE MORVOIS[1, vol 2, table 10].

They had the following children:
10093280 i. Herbert (~0884-0943)
10093249 ii. Beatrix (Beatrice) (->0930)
10466477 iii. UNNAMED

20186499 Bertha DE MORVOIS.[1, vol 2, table 10] Born abt 0862 in France.

20186500 King of Wessex Alfred "The Great".[9, p 319],[1, vol II, table 5 & 78],[297, vol 1, pp

153-162],[277, years 853, 871, 891, 894, 897, 901] Born abt 0847 in Wantage, Berkshire, England. Alfred died

in Winchester, Hampshire, England on 26 Oct 0899, he was 52.[3, line 1-15] Buried in Winchester, Hampshire,


The course of English history would have been very different had it not been for King Alfred. He won renown

both as a statesman and as a warrior and is justly called "the Great."

The England of Alfred's time was a country of four small Saxon kingdoms. The strongest was Wessex, in the

south. Born in about 848, Alfred was the youngest son of Ethelwulf, king of Wessex. Each of Alfred's three

older brothers, in turn, ruled the kingdom. Alfred was by temperament a scholar, and his health was never


Nevertheless in his early youth he fought with his brother Ethelred against Danish invaders. Alfred was 23

when Ethelred died, but he had already won the confidence of the army and was at once acclaimed king in 871.

By this time the Danes, or Vikings, had penetrated to all parts of the island. Three of the Saxon

kingdoms-Northumbria, Mercia, and East Anglia-had one after another fallen to the Danish invaders.

Under Alfred's leadership, the Saxons again found courage. The worst crisis came in the winter of 877, when

the Danish king, Guthrum, invaded Wessex with his army. In 878 Alfred was defeated at Chippenham, where he

was celebrating Christmas, and was forced to go into hiding.

A few months later he forced Guthrum to surrender at Chippenham. The Danes agreed to make the Thames River

and the old Roman road called Watling Street the boundary between Alfred's kingdom and the Danish lands to

the north. The treaty, however, did not assure permanent peace. The Danes assaulted London and the coast

towns repeatedly. In about 896 they finally admitted defeat and ceased their struggle for a foothold in

southern England.

Alfred was much more than the defender of his country. He took a keen interest in law and order and was

concerned with the improvement of the cultural standards of his people. He encouraged industries of all kinds

and rebuilt London, which had been partly destroyed by the Danes. He collected and revised the old laws of

the kingdom. He invited learned men from other countries to instruct the people because even the clergy of

Wessex no longer knew Latin, the international language of the church. He established a school similar to the

Palace School of Charlemagne.

The "books most necessary for all men to know" were translated from Latin into English so that the people

might read them. Alfred himself took a part in preparing the translations. The `Anglo-Saxon Chronicle' was

probably begun under his direction.

Alfred died at the age of about 51 in 899. He was in no sense a true king of England, for he ruled less than

half of the island. After his death, however, his capable son, Edward the Elder, and his grandsons extended

their rule over all of England.[311]

Born at Wantage, Berkshire, in 849, Alfred was the fifth son of Aethelwulf, king of the West Saxons. At their

father's behest and by mutual agreement, Alfred's elder brothers succeeded to the kingship in turn, rather

than endanger the kingdom by passing it to under-age children at a time when the country was threatened by

worsening Viking raids from Denmark.

Since the 790s, the Vikings had been using fast mobile armies, numbering thousands of men embarked in

shallow-draught longships, to raid the coasts and inland waters of England for plunder. Such raids were

evolving into permanent Danish settlements; in 867, the Vikings seized York and established their own kingdom

in the southern part of Northumbria. The Vikings overcame two other major Anglo-Saxon kingdoms, East Anglia

and Mercia, and their kings were either tortured to death or fled. Finally, in 870 the Danes attacked the

only remaining independent Anglo-Saxon kingdom, Wessex, whose forces were commanded by King Aethelred and his

younger brother Alfred. At the battle of Ashdown in 871, Alfred routed the Viking army in a fiercely fought

uphill assault. However, further defeats followed for Wessex and Alfred's brother died.

As king of Wessex at the age of 21, Alfred (reigned 871-99) was a strongminded but highly strung battle

veteran at the head of remaining resistance to the Vikings in southern England. In early 878, the Danes led

by King Guthrum seized Chippenham in Wiltshire in a lightning strike and used it as a secure base from which

to devastate Wessex. Local people either surrendered or escaped (Hampshire people fled to the Isle of Wight),

and the West Saxons were reduced to hit and run attacks seizing provisions when they could. With only his

royal bodyguard, a small army of thegns (the king's followers) and Aethelnoth earldorman of Somerset as his

ally, Alfred withdrew to the Somerset tidal marshes in which he had probably hunted as a youth. (It was

during this time that Alfred, in his preoccupation with the defence of his kingdom, allegedly burned some

cakes which he had been asked to look after; the incident was a legend dating from early twelfth century


A resourceful fighter, Alfred reassessed his strategy and adopted the Danes' tactics by building a fortified

base at Athelney in the Somerset marshes and summoning a mobile army of men from Wiltshire, Somerset and part

of Hampshire to pursue guerrilla warfare against the Danes. In May 878, Alfred's army defeated the Danes at

the battle of Edington. According to his contemporary biographer Bishop Asser, 'Alfred attacked the whole

pagan army fighting ferociously in dense order, and by divine will eventually won the victory, made great

slaughter among them, and pursued them to their fortress (Chippenham) ... After fourteen days the pagans were

brought to the extreme depths of despair by hunger, cold and fear, and they sought peace'. This unexpected

victory proved to be the turning point in Wessex's battle for survival.

Realising that he could not drive the Danes out of the rest of England, Alfred concluded peace with them in

the treaty of Wedmore. King Guthrum was converted to Christianity with Alfred as godfather and many of the

Danes returned to East Anglia where they settled as farmers. In 886, Alfred negotiated a partition treaty

with the Danes, in which a frontier was demarcated along the Roman Watling Street and northern and eastern

England came under the jurisdiction of the Danes - an area known as 'Danelaw'. Alfred therefore gained

control of areas of West Mercia and Kent which had been beyond the boundaries of Wessex. To consolidate

alliances against the Danes, Alfred married one of his daughters, Aethelflaed, to the ealdorman of Mercia

-Alfred himself had married Eahlswith, a Mercian noblewoman - and another daughter, Aelfthryth, to the count

of Flanders, a strong naval power at a time when the Vikings were settling in eastern England.

The Danish threat remained, and Alfred reorganised the Wessex defences in recognition that efficient defence

and economic prosperity were interdependent. First, he organised his army (the thegns, and the existing

militia known as the fyrd) on a rota basis, so he could raise a 'rapid reaction force' to deal with raiders

whilst still enabling his thegns and peasants to tend their farms.

Second, Alfred started a building programme of well-defended settlements across southern England. These were

fortified market places ('borough' comes from the Old English burh, meaning fortress); by deliberate royal

planning, settlers received plots and in return manned the defences in times of war. (Such plots in London

under Alfred's rule in the 880s shaped the streetplan which still exists today between Cheapside and the

Thames.) This obligation required careful recording in what became known as 'the Burghal Hidage', which gave

details of the building and manning of Wessex and Mercian burhs according to their size, the length of their

ramparts and the number of men needed to garrison them. Centred round Alfred's royal palace in Winchester,

this network of burhs with strongpoints on the main river routes was such that no part of Wessex was more

than 20 miles from the refuge of one of these settlements. Together with a navy of new fast ships built on

Alfred's orders, southern England now had a defence in depth against Danish raiders.

Alfred's concept of kingship extended beyond the administration of the tribal kingdom of Wessex into a

broader context. A religiously devout and pragmatic man who learnt Latin in his late thirties, he recognised

that the general deterioration in learning and religion caused by the Vikings' destruction of monasteries

(the centres of the rudimentary education network) had serious implications for rulership. For example, the

poor standards in Latin had led to a decline in the use of the charter as an instrument of royal government

to disseminate the king's instructions and legislation. In one of his prefaces, Alfred wrote 'so general was

its [Latin] decay in England that there were very few on this side of the Humber who could understand their

rituals in English or translate a letter from Latin into English ... so few that I cannot remember a single

one south of the Thames when I came to the throne.'

To improve literacy, Alfred arranged, and took part in, the translation (by scholars from Mercia) from Latin

into Anglo-Saxon of a handful of books he thought it 'most needful for men to know, and to bring it to pass

... if we have the peace, that all the youth now in England ... may be devoted to learning'. These books

covered history, philosophy and Gregory the Great's 'Pastoral Care' (a handbook for bishops), and copies of

these books were sent to all the bishops of the kingdom. Alfred was patron of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle

(which was copied and supplemented up to 1154), a patriotic history of the English from the Wessex viewpoint

designed to inspire its readers and celebrate Alfred and his monarchy.

Like other West Saxon kings, Alfred established a legal code; he assembled the laws of Offa and other

predecessors, and of the kingdoms of Mercia and Kent, adding his own administrative regulations to form a

definitive body of Anglo-Saxon law. 'I ... collected these together and ordered to be written many of them

which our forefathers observed, those which I liked; and many of those which I did not like I rejected with

the advice of my councillors ... For I dared not presume to set in writing at all many of my own, because it

was unknown to me what would please those who should come after us ... Then I ... showed those to all my

councillors, and they then said that they were all pleased to observe them' (Laws of Alfred, c.885-99).

By the 890s, Alfred's charters and coinage (which he had also reformed, extending its minting to the burhs he

had founded) referred to him as 'king of the English', and Welsh kings sought alliances with him. Alfred died

in 899, aged 50, and was buried in Winchester, the burial place of the West Saxon royal family.

By stopping the Viking advance and consolidating his territorial gains, Alfred had started the process by

which his successors eventually extended their power over the other Anglo-Saxon kings; the ultimate

unification of Anglo-Saxon England was to be led by Wessex. It is for his valiant defence of his kingdom

against a stronger enemy, for securing peace with the Vikings and for his farsighted reforms in the

reconstruction of Wessex and beyond, that Alfred - alone of all the English kings and queens - is known as

'the Great'.[207]

In 0868 when Alfred was 21, he married Eahlswith[207].

They had the following children:
10093250 i. Edward (~0871-0924)
ii. Athelflaed (Ethelflæd) (~0869-0918)
20932929 iii. Elfrida (-0929)
iv. Athelweard (-~0922)

20186501 Eahlswith.[207] Born in Mercia. Eahlswith died on 5 Dec 0902.[1, vol II, table 78]

20186502 Athelhelm Ealdorman of Wiltshire.

10093251 i. Elfleda (~0878-~0919)

20186520 Count of Orleans Ingelgarius D'ANJOU. Born abt 0845 in Anjou, France. Ingelgarius died in St.

Martin, Tours, France abt 0893, he was 48.

Ingelgarius married Adelinde D'AMBOISE.

They had one child:
10093260 i. Fulk (~0875-~0923)

20186521 Adelinde D'AMBOISE.

20186522 Lord Garnier DE LOUCHE.

10093261 i. Roscilla (~0874-)

20186528 Grand Duke of Novgorod Ryurik (Rurik). Ryurik (Rurik) died in 0879.[3, line 241-1]

Ryurik (Rurik) married Efenda (Edvina).

They had the following children:
10093264 i. Igor (-0945)
ii. Oleg

20186529 Efenda (Edvina).

20186544 Lord of Finland Erik. Erik died in 0906.[9, chart 29]

10093272 i. Bjorn (-0956)

20186560 same as ahnentafel number 20186498

20186561 same as ahnentafel number 20186499

20186562 same as ahnentafel number 10093248

20186563 same as ahnentafel number 10093249

20186564 same as ahnentafel number 20186320

20186565 same as ahnentafel number 20186321

20188266 same as ahnentafel number 2616608

20188267 unknown concubine.

unknown concubine married Duke of Normandy Richard I "The Fearless".

They had one child:
10094133 i. Papia

20188282 Maredudd AP OWAIN.

10094141 i. Angharad

20432498 same as ahnentafel number 10093282

20432499 same as ahnentafel number 10093165

20432504 same as ahnentafel number 5046580

20432505 same as ahnentafel number 5046581

20432506 same as ahnentafel number 2523312

20432507 same as ahnentafel number 2523313

20788752 Count Theobald de Blois. Born abt 0910. Theobald died in 0978, he was 68.

In 0943 when Theobald was 33, he married Luitgard (Luitgarde) DE VERMANDOIS.

They had one child:
10394376 i. Odo (ca0950-0995)

20788753 Luitgard (Luitgarde) DE VERMANDOIS. Born abt 0915.[203, p. 124] Luitgard (Luitgarde) died aft

0978, she was 63.[1, vol ii, table 46 & 79; vol iii, table 49] Buried in Abbey of Saint-Pere a Chartres,


20788754 King of Burgundy Conrad DE BURGUNDY I "The Peaceful". Born ca 0925. Conrad died in Regensburg on 19

Oct 0993, he was 68.[1, vol i, table 3 & 57; vol ii, table 1 & 46; vol iii, table 736] Buried in Saint

Andrede Bas, Vienne.

Conrad married Princess Matilda of France.

They had the following children:
10394377 i. Bertha (~0964-~1016)
ii. Gerberge (-1017)

20788755 Princess Matilda of France. Born ca 0943. Matilda died on 27 Jan 0981, she was 38.[1, vol i, table

57; vol ii, table 1; vol iii, table 736] Buried in Vienna, Austria.

20914512 Ivar OPLAENDINGE Of The Uplands.[431] Born in Norway.

Ivar married Ascrida RAGNVALDSDOTTIR.

They had one child:
10457256 i. Eystein (~0800-)

20914513 Ascrida RAGNVALDSDOTTIR.

20914514 Rognvald OLAFSSON. Born abt 0790 in Jutland, Norway.[203, line 166-38] Rognvald died in 0850, he

was 60.[203, line 166-38]

Rognvald married unknown.

They had one child:
10457257 i. Aseda

20914515 unknown.

20914520 King of Italy Bernhard (Bernard). Born in 0797. Bernhard (Bernard) died in Milan, Italy on 7 Apr

0818, he was 21.[3, p 50],[1, vol i, table 2; vol iii, table 49] Buried in Milan, Italy.

Research: King of Italy 810-818

Bernhard (Bernard) married Cunigunde (Cunegonde).

They had one child:
10457260 i. Pepin (~0817-0892)

20914521 Cunigunde (Cunegonde). Cunigunde (Cunegonde) died on 15 Jun 0835.[3, p 50],[1, vol i, table 2; vol

iii, table 49]

20914592 Viscount Aimery DE THOUARS II. Aimery died abt 0956.[203, line 159-37] Buried in St. Leger, France.

Aimery married Alianor (Hardovine).

They had one child:
10457296 i. Herbert (-0988)

20914593 Alianor (Hardovine). Alianor (Hardovine) died aft 0995.[203, line 159-37]

20914976 Count Dirk I, of Holland. Dirk died in 0939.

Dirk married Geva.

They had one child:
10457488 i. Dirk (-0988)

20914977 Geva.

20914984 same as ahnentafel number 20186330

20914985 same as ahnentafel number 20186331

20914986 King of Burgundy Rudolph DE BURGUNDY II. Rudolph died on 11 Jul 0937.[1, vol i, table 3 & 57; vol

ii, table 186; vol iii, table 736] Buried in Saint Maurice. Occupation: King of Burgundy and Italy.

Rudolph married Bertha DE SWABIA.

They had the following children:
20788754 i. Conrad (ca0925-0993)
10457493 ii. Adelheid (Adelaide) (~0931-0999)

20914987 Bertha DE SWABIA. Bertha died on 2 Jan 0966.[1, vol i, table 57; vol iii, table 736]

20914988 Holy Roman Emperor Constantine VII (Porphyrogenitus). Born in 0913. Constantine died in 0959, he was


Constantine married Helena.

They had the following children:
10457494 i. Romanus
ii. Theodora

20914989 Helena. Helena died in 0961.

20914992 Billung of Saxony.

10457496 i. Hermann

20915040 same as ahnentafel number 5233234

20915041 same as ahnentafel number 5233235

20917792 King of Carinthia Otto DE CARINTHIA. Otto died in 1011.[254, chart 2, p 18]

10458896 i. Henry (-0989)
ii. Bruno (0972-0999)

20917794 Eberhard DE EGISHEIM.

10458897 i. Adelaide

20917800 same as ahnentafel number 5233218

20917801 same as ahnentafel number 5233219

20917802 Prince Mieszko I, of Poland. Mieszko died in 0992.

Mieszko married Princess Dubravka of Bohemia.

They had the following children:
10458940 i. Boleslaw (~0967-1025)
10458901 ii. Gunhilda (-~1015)
iii. Wenceslaus

20917803 Princess Dubravka of Bohemia. Dubravka died in 0977.

20917872 Taksony Prince of Hungary. Born in 0931. Taksony died in 0972, he was 41.[1]

10458936 i. Mihaly (Michael) (-0978)

20917874 Ziemomysl Prince of Poland. Ziemomysl died in 0964.

10458937 i. Adelajda (-0997)

20917880 same as ahnentafel number 20917802

20917881 same as ahnentafel number 20917803

20917882 Prince Dobromir of the Western Slavs.

10458941 i. Emnilde (-1017)

20917886 same as ahnentafel number 5228746

20917887 same as ahnentafel number 5228747

20932608 Count Geoffrey DE GASTINOIS Viscount of Orleans. Geoffrey died aft 0942.[203, line 2-36]

10466304 i. Aubri

20932872 King of Sjaelland Harald II "Parcus". Harald died in 0899.[9, chart 29, p 458],[203, line 369-40]

Harald married Princess of Norway Bertrade[203, line 369-40].

They had one child:
10466436 i. Gorm (-~0950)

20932873 Princess of Norway Bertrade.[203, line 369-40]

20932874 Earl of Jutland Harold "Klak". Occupation: built Danewiak 936/940.[203, line 369-39]

10466437 i. Thyra (-~0935)

20932878 Earl of Sura Thraud.[203, line 368-35]

10466439 i. Ingelberg

20932892 same as ahnentafel number 10093280

20932893 same as ahnentafel number 10093281

20932894 Count Giselbert DE BURGUNDY. Born in 0890. Giselbert died in 0956, he was 66.

Giselbert married Ermengarde DE BURGUNDY.

They had one child:
10466447 i. Adelaide (0914-0967)

20932895 Ermengarde DE BURGUNDY.

20932928 Count of Flanders Baldwin II. Born abt 0865. Baldwin died on 2 Jan 0918, he was 53.

In 0884 when Baldwin was 19, he married Elfrida of Wessex[9],[1].

They had the following children:
10466464 i. Arnulf (~0890-0964)
ii. Arnold (~0890-0964)

20932929 Elfrida of Wessex.[9],[1] Elfrida died on 7 Jun 0929. Alias/AKA: Aelfthryth, Aelftrude.

20932938 King of Italy Berengarius. Born in 0850. Berengarius died on 7 Apr 0924, he was 74.

In 0899 when Berengarius was 49, he married Bertila.

They had one child:
10466469 i. Gisele (-0910)

20932939 Bertila.

20932940 Count Theobald (Thibault) D'ARLES. Theobald (Thibault) died abt 0890.[1, vol ii, table 186; vol

iii, table 590 & 662B]

abt 0879 Theobald (Thibault) married Bertha.

They had the following children:
10466470 i. Boso (0885-0936)
ii. Teutberga (-<0948)
iii. Hugh (-0947)

20932941 Bertha. Born in 0863. Bertha died on 8 Mar 0924/925, she was 61.[1, vol ii, table 186; vol iii,

table 590 & 662B] Buried in Santa Maria, Lucca, Italy.

20932942 Rudolph DE BURGUNDY.

10466471 i. Willa

20932947 Ermentrude.

10466473 i. Cunegonde

20932954 same as ahnentafel number 20186498

20932955 same as ahnentafel number 20186499

20957856 same as ahnentafel number 1261656

20957857 same as ahnentafel number 1261657

20957936 Tancred DE HAUTEVILLE.

Tancred married Fressenda.

They had the following children:
i. Roger (-1101)
ii. William
10478968 iii. Robert (-1095)

20957937 Fressenda.

20957944 Manasses III, Count of Rethel. Manasses died in 1056.[3, line 103A-23]

Manasses married Yvette RHEIMS-ROUCY.

They had one child:
10478972 i. Hugh

20957945 Yvette RHEIMS-ROUCY.

20957946 Guy DE MONTLHERY Lord of Bray.

Guy married Hodierne DE GOMETZ.

They had one child:
10478973 i. Melisende

20957947 Hodierne DE GOMETZ.

20957960 same as ahnentafel number 1261658

20957961 same as ahnentafel number 1261659

20957962 same as ahnentafel number 5229470

20957963 same as ahnentafel number 5229471

20957988 same as ahnentafel number 10457494

20957989 same as ahnentafel number 10457495

20957992 Wulfnoth. Wulfnoth died in 1015.[9, chart 30, p 468]

10478996 i. Godwin (1001-1053)

20957994 Jarl (Earl) Thorkill STYRBJORNSSON. Alias/AKA: Thorgils Sprakalaeg.[203, line 368-33]

i. Ulf
10478997 ii. Gytha

26th Generation

40372256 King of Scotland Constantine MACALPIN I.[1, vol. 2, p. 88],[3],[2] Constantine died in 0877 in

Inverdoval, Fife, Scotland.[1],[3] Buried in Iona Island, Highlands, Scotland. Alias/AKA: Causantin.

20186128 i. Donald (-0900)

40372354 Sigelhelm Ealdorman of Kent.[3, line 1-16]

20186177 i. Edgiva (Eadgifu) (~0875-)

40372640 Count Giselbert (Gilbert) DE BRABANT. Giselbert (Gilbert) died in 0892.

Giselbert (Gilbert) married Duchess Ermengarde DE MOSELLE.

They had one child:
20186320 i. Regnier (->0915)

40372641 Duchess Ermengarde DE MOSELLE. Born in of Lorraine, France.

40372642 Holy Roman Emperor Charles I "The Bald".[422, p. 185],[203, p. 30] Born on 18 Jun 0823 in

Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany. Charles died in Rides-les-Bains, France on 6 Oct 0877, he was 54.[1, vol I, table

2; vol II, table 1, 5, & 78; vol III, table 692] Buried in St. Denis. Occupation: Holy Roman Emperor (crowned

875 AD), King of the West Franks, 843.

Research: known as "Charles the Bald"
King of Neustria 843-877
Emperor 875-877

On 14 Dec 0842 when Charles was 19, he married Ermentrude of Orleans.

They had the following children:
20186321 i. Hersent
40372656 ii. Louis (0846-0879)
iii. Charles (-0866)
iv. Carloman (-0876)
41865857 v. Judith (~0843->0879)

40372643 Ermentrude of Orleans. Born on 27 Sep 0830. Ermentrude died in St. Dervis, France on 6 Oct 0869, she

was 39.[1, vol i, table 2; vol ii, table 1] Buried in St. Denis.

40372646 Count Konrad D'AUXERRE II.[3, line 155-18]

20186323 i. Adelaide

40372656 King of France Louis II "The Stammerer". Born on 1 Nov 0846. Louis died in Compiegne, Oise, France

on 10 Apr 0879, he was 32.[1, vol II, table 1] Occupation: King of West Franks, King of France, Emperor of

the West.

abt 0868 when Louis was 21, he married Adelaide (Judith).

They had the following children:
20186328 i. Charles (0879-0929)
20932947 ii. Ermentrude

40372657 Adelaide (Judith). Born abt 0855. Adelaide (Judith) died aft 10 Nov 0901, she was 46.[1, vol II,

table 1]

40372658 same as ahnentafel number 10093250

40372659 same as ahnentafel number 10093251

40372660 Otto Duke of Saxony. Born in 0836. Otto died on 30 Nov 0912, he was 76.

Otto married Hedwig VON BABENBERG.

They had one child:
20186330 i. Henry (0876-0936)

40372661 Hedwig VON BABENBERG. Born in 0856. Hedwig died on 24 Dec 0903, she was 47.

40372662 Count Dietrich VON RINGELHEIM.

Dietrich married Reinhildis Ludmilla.

They had one child:
20186331 i. Mechtilde (ca0890-0968)

40372663 Reinhildis Ludmilla.

40372992 Count of Wormgau Robert III. Robert died abt 0834.

Robert married Wialdruth.

They had one child:
20186496 i. Rupert (Robert) (-0866)

40372993 Wialdruth.

40372994 Count of Alsace Hugh D'ALSACE III. Hugh died abt 0839.[3, line 181-5]

Hugh married Bava.

They had one child:
20186497 i. Adelaide (~0819-~0866)

40372995 Bava.

40372996 same as ahnentafel number 10457260

40372997 same as ahnentafel number 10457261

40372998 Count of Morvois Guerri DE MORVOIS.[3, p 50, line 17]

Guerri married Eve DE ROUSILLON.

They had one child:
20186499 i. Bertha (~0862-)

40372999 Eve DE ROUSILLON.

40373000 King of Wessex Athelwolf.[9, p 316],[277, years 823, 836, 840, 853, 854] Born abt 0795 in prob.

Aachen, France. Athelwolf died on 13 Jan 0858, he was 63.[3, line 1-14] Buried in Steyning, Sussex, England;

moved to Winchester Cathedral, Hampshire, England. Alias/AKA: Aethelwulf, Ethelwulf, Athulf.

Ethelwulf was the son of Egbert. He succeeded his father in 839. At Ethelwulf's request, his four sons each

became king in turn rather than risk weakness in the kingdom by allowing young children to inherit the mantle

of leadership.[207]

Research: ruled between 839 and 858 in Wessex, England. In 855, Aethelwulf went on a pilgrimage to Rome, and

not expecting to return, divided his kingdom between his sons Aethelbald and Aethelbert. However, Aethelwulf

did in fact return with his 12 year old bride Judith, and resumed kingship of the eastern half of Wessex,

while Aethelbald ruled the western half.

Research: Ethelwerd's Chronicle

"After his [Egbert's] death [in 837], Athulf succeeded to the throne of his father Egbert, and he

delivered up the kingdom of Kent to his son Athelstan, together with East-Saxony, South-Saxony, and Surrey,

i.e. the eastern southern and midland parts.

A. 851. ..... Ceorl duke of Devon fought a battle against the pagans at Wembury, where they slew many

of the Danes and gained the victory. In the course of the same year, the barbarians wintered first in the

isle of Thanet, which lies not far from Britain, and has fruitful but not large corn fields. That year was

not yet finished, when a large fleet of pagans arrived, 350 ships, at the mouth of the river Thames, commonly

called Thames-mouth, and destroyed the city of Canterbury and the city of London, and put to flight Berthwilf

king of Mercia, having defeated his army. After the battle they returned beyond the river Thames toward the

south through the province of Surrey, and there king Ethelwulf with the Western Angles met them: an immense

number was slain on both sides, nor have we ever heard of a more severe battle before that day: these things

happened near Ockley Wood.

A. 854. After three years king Burhred asked assistance from king Ethelwulf to subdue the Northern

Britons: he granted it, and having collected his army, passed through the Mercian kingdom to go against the

Britons: whom he subdued and made tributary. In the same year king Ethelwulf sent his son Alfred to Rome,

in the days of our lord pope Leo [the Fourth], who consecrated him king and named him his son in baptism,

when we are accustomed to name little children, when we receive them from the bishop's hand. In the same

year were fought battles in the isle of Thanet against the pagans; and there was a great slaughter made on

both sides, and many were drowned in the sea. The same year also after Easter king Ethelwulf gave his

daughter in marriage to king Burhred.

A. 855. After a year the pagans wintered in Sheppey. In the same year king Ethelwulf gave the tenth of

all his possession to be the Lord's portion, and so appointed it to be in all the government of his kingdom.

In the same year he set out to Rome with great dignity, and stayed there twelve months. As he returned home,

therefore, to his country, Charles, king of the Franks, gave him his daughter in marriage, and he took her

home with him to his own country.

A. 857. Lastly, after a year king Ethelwulf died, and his body reposes in the city of Winchester. Now

the aforesaid king was son of king Egbert, and his grandfather was Edmund, his great-grandfether Eafa, his

great-grandfather's father was Eoppa, and his great-grandfather's grandfather was Ingild, brother of Ina,

king of the Western-Angles, who ended his life in Rome; and the above-named kings derived their origin from

king Kenred [= Cenred]. Kenred was the son of Ceolwald, son of Cuthwin, son of Ceawlin, son of Cynric [=

Cenric], son of Cerdic, who also was the first possessor of the western parts of Britain, after he had

defeated the armies of the Britons; his father was Elesa, son of Esla, son of Gewis, son of Wig, son of

Freawin, son of Frithogar, son of Brond, son of Beldeg, son of Woden, son of Frithowald, son of Frealaf, son

of Frithuwulf, son of Finn, son of Godwulf, son of Geat, son of Taetwa, son of Beaw, son of Sceldi, son of

Sceaf. This Sceaf came with one ship to an island of the ocean named Scani, sheathed in arms, and he was a

young boy, and unknown to the people of that land; but he was received by them, and they guarded him as their

own with much care, and afterwards chose him for their king. It is from him that king Ethelwulf derives his

descent. And then was completed the fiftieth year from the beginning of king Egbert's reign."

--- *The Chronicle of Fabius Ethelwerd, From the Beginning of the World to the Year of Our Lord 975*,

translated by J A Giles in *Six Old English Chronicles*, London (Bohn), 1848, p 22-24. From same, p 28: "I

will now leave obscurity and begin to speak concerning the sons of Ethelwulf. They were five in number: the

first was Ethelstan, who also shared the kingdom with his father: the second was Ethelbald, who also was

king of the Western English; the third was Ethelbert, king of Kent: the fourth was Ethelred, who after the

death of Ethelbert succeeded to the kingdom, and was also my grandfather's grandfather: the fifth was

Alfred, who succeeded after all the others to the whole sovereignty, and was your grandfather's grandfather."

Research: Christopher Brooke in *From Alfred to Henry III, 871-1272*, 1961 (1969),
p 32 and 258 says Aethelwulf regined 839-855, and d. 858. Brooke says,
p 32: "In 843 'King Aethelwulf [Egbert's son] fought at Carhampton against
thirty-five ships' companies, and the Danes had possession of the place of
slaughter'; in 855 'the heathen for the first time wintered in Sheppey' ... "
Brooke's quotations are apparently from the *Anglo-Saxon Chronicle*.

"In the year of our Lord's incarnation 837 [Giles: "Malmesbury, in following
the Saxon Chronicle, is two years earlier than the Northern Chronicles."],
Ethelwulf, whom some call Athulf, the son of Egbert, came to the throne, and
reigned twenty years and five months. Mild by nature he infinitely preferred
a life of tranquillity to dominion over many provinces; and, finally, content
with his paternal kingdom, he bestowed all the rest, which his father had
subjugated, on his son Ethelstan; of whom it is not known when, or in what
manner, he died."
--- William of Malmesbury, *Chronicle of the Kings of England, from the
Earliest Period to the Reign of King Stephen*, translated by John Allen
Giles, London (Henry G. Bohn) 1847, p 97.

>From the same, p 109-110:
"From this king [Ethelwulf] the English chronicles trace the line of the
generation of their kings upwards, even to Adam, as we know Luke the
evangelist has done with respect to our Lord Jesus; and which, perhaps, it
will not be superfluous for me to do, though it is to be apprehended, that
the utterance of barbarous names may shock the ears of persons unused to them.
Ethelwulf was son of Egbert, Egbert of Elmund, Elmund of Eafa, Eafa of Eoppa,
Eoppa was the son of Ingild, the brother of king Ina, who were both sons of
Kenred; Kenred of Ceolwald, Ceolwald of Cutha, Cutha of Cuthwin, Cuthwin of
Ceawlin, Ceawlin of Cynric, Cynric of Creoding, Creoding of Cerdic, who was
the first king of the West Saxons; Cerdic of Elesa, Elesa of Esla, Esla of
Gewis, Gewis of Wig, Wig of Freawin, Freawin of Frithogar, Frithogar of Brond,
Brond of Beldeg, Beldeg of Woden; and from him, as we have often remarked,
proceeded the kings of many nations. Woden was the son of Frithowald,
Frithowald of Frealaf, Frealaf of Finn, Finn of Godwulf, Godwulf of Geat,
Geat of Taetwa, Taetwa of Beaw, Beaw of Sceldi, Sceldi of Sceaf; who, as
some affirm, was driven on a certain island in Germany, called Scamphta,
(of which Jornandes, the historian of the Goths, speaks), a little boy in a
skiff, without any attendant, asleep, with a handful of corn at his head,
whence he was called Sceaf; and, on account of his singular appearance,
being well received by the men of that country, and carefully educated, in
his riper age he reigned in a town which was called Slaswic, but at present
Haitheby; which country, called old Anglia, whence the Angles came into
Britain, is situated between the Saxons and the Gioths [sic, with an "i"].
Sceaf was the son of Heremod, Heremod of Itermon, Itermon of Hathra, Hathra
of Guala, Guala of Bedwig, Bedwig of Streaf, and he, as they say, was the
son of Noah, born in the Ark."
[Footnote by Giles: "A similar list of the genealogy of the West Saxon
kings, will be found in the Saxon Chronicle, A.D. 855."]

"In the year of our Lord 857, the two sons of Ethelwulf divided their paternal
kingdom; Ethelbald reigned in West Saxony, and Ethelbert in Kent. [Footnote
by Giles: "Malmesbury's Chronology to the accession of Edward the Elder, is
a year later than the Saxon Chronicle, Asser, and Florence of Worcester. His
computation rests on fixing the death of Ethelwulf in 857, who went to Rome
in 855, stayed there a year, and died in the second year after his return.
Allowing ten years for Ethelbald and Ethelbert, it brings the accession of
Ethelred to 867, and five years added to this give 872 for Alfred's accession.
After the death of Ethelbald Judith returned to France. She left no children;
but marrying afterwards Baldwin, count of Flanders, she bore him Matilda,
wife of William the Conqueror. [WRONG!]"] Ethelbald, base and perfidious,
defiled the bed of his father, by marrying, after his decease, Judith his
step-mother. Dying, however, at the end of five years, and being interred
at Sherborne, the whole government devolved upon his brother. .....
Ethelbert, having ruled the kingdom with vigour and with mildness, paid the
debt of nature after five years, and was buried at Sherborne. (P) In the
year of our Lord 867, Ethelred, the son of Ethelwulf, obtained his paternal
kingdom, and ruled it for the same number of years as his brothers. .....
Ethelred, worn down with numberless labours, died and was buried at Wimborne."
--- William of Malmesbury, *Chronicle of the Kings of England*, 1125, tr
John Allen Giles, 1847, p 110-112 passim. In this passage, referring to
battles with the Danes during the reign of Ethelred, William of Malmesbury
says: "In these several actions the Danes lost nine earls and one king,
besides common people innumerable." Of the battle of Eschendun in particular,
he says: "Here fell Oseg their king, five earls, and an innumerable multitude
of common people." According to Giles, Eschendun is: "Supposed Aston, near
Wallingford, Berks. Others think Ashendon in Bucks. The Latin and Saxon
names, *Mons Fraxini*, and Eschen-dun, seem to favour the latter." (p 111)

In 0830 when Athelwolf was 35, he married Osburh (Osburga) of Wessex.

They had the following children:
i. Athelbald (-0860)
ii. Athelswith
iii. Athelbert (-0865)
670655744 iv. Athelred (~0837-0871)
20186500 v. Alfred (~0847-0899)
vi. Athelstan

40373001 Osburh (Osburga) of Wessex. Osburh (Osburga) died abt 0852.

40373002 Æthelred Ældorman of the Gain.

Æthelred married Ædburh of Mercia.

They had one child:
20186501 i. Eahlswith (-0902)

40373003 Ædburh of Mercia.

40373040 Tertulle D'ANJOU. Born abt 0821 in Rennes, Anjou, France.

Tertulle married Petronilla D'ANJOU.

They had one child:
20186520 i. Ingelgarius (~0845-~0893)

40373041 Petronilla D'ANJOU.

40373088 King of Birka Edmund. Edmund died in 0873.[9, chart 29, p 458]

20186544 i. Erik (-0906)

40376564 Owain AP HYWEL DDA.

20188282 i. Maredudd

41577504 Theobald.

Theobald married Richilde.

They had one child:
20788752 i. Theobald (~0910-0978)

41577505 Richilde.

41577506 same as ahnentafel number 10093280

41577507 same as ahnentafel number 10093281

41577508 same as ahnentafel number 20914986

41577509 same as ahnentafel number 20914987

41577510 same as ahnentafel number 10093164

41577511 same as ahnentafel number 10093165

41829024 Halfdan The Old.

Halfdan married unknown.

They had one child:
20914512 i. Ivar

41829025 unknown.

41829026 Ragnvald.

20914513 i. Ascrida

41829028 Olaf GUDRODSSON. Born abt 0770 in Norway.[203, line 166-39] Olaf died in 0840, he was 70.[203, line


Olaf married unknown.

They had the following children:
20914514 i. Rognvald (~0790-0850)
ii. Heigi

41829029 unknown.

41829040 King of Lombardy Pepin "The Hunchback". Born in Apr 0773 in Aachen, Rhineland, Prussia.[3, p 50]

Pepin died in Milan, Italy on 8 Jul 0810, he was 37.

Research: King of Italy 781-810

Pepin married Bertha DE TOULOUSE.

They had one child:
20914520 i. Bernhard (Bernard) (0797-0818)

41829041 Bertha DE TOULOUSE. Born in France.

41829184 Viscount Aimery DE THOUARS I. Aimery died bef 0936.[203, line 159-38]

Aimery married Aremburge.

They had one child:
20914592 i. Aimery (-~0956)

41829185 Aremburge. Aremburge died aft 0936.[203, line 159-38]

41829952 Count Gerulf of Friesland.

20914976 i. Dirk (-0939)

41829972 King of Burgundy Rudolph DE BURGUNDY I. Rudolph died on 25 Oct 0912.[1, vol i, table 57; vol ii,

table 186; vol iii, table 592 & 736] Occupation: Count, Marquis of Transjuranian, and King {888} of Burgundy.

Rudolph married Willa DE VIENNE.

They had one child:
20914986 i. Rudolph (-0937)

41829973 Willa DE VIENNE. Willa died on 14 Jun 0929.[1, vol i, table 57; vol iii, table 736]

41829976 Holy Roman Emperor Leo VI "The Wise".

20914988 i. Constantine (0913-0959)

41829978 Holy Roman Emperor Romanus I "Lecapenus". Romanus died in 0948.

20914989 i. Helena (-0961)
ii. Stephen

41835584 Conrad "The Red". Conrad died in 0955 in Lechfeld, Germany.[228, p 259] killed in battle.

Conrad married Luitgarde.

They had one child:
20917792 i. Otto (-1011)

41835585 Luitgarde. Luitgarde died in 0953.[254, chart 2, p 18]

41835588 Hugh DE EGISHEIM Count of Alsace.

20917794 i. Eberhard
ii. Hugh

41835604 Prince Ziemomysl of Poland. Ziemomysl died in 0964.

20917802 i. Mieszko (-0992)

41835744 Zoltan Prince of Hungary. Zoltan died in 0950.

Zoltan married Men Princess of Bihar.

They had one child:
20917872 i. Taksony (0931-0972)

41835745 Men Princess of Bihar.

41835748 Leszek IV, Prince of Poland. Leszek died in 0921.

20917874 i. Ziemomysl (-0964)

41865744 King of Sjaelland Frodo (Frotho). Frodo (Frotho) died in 0885.[9, chart 29, p 458],[203, line


20932872 i. Harald (-0899)

41865790 Richard DE BURGUNDY.

Richard married Adelheid (Adelaide) DE BURGUNDY.

They had one child:
20932895 i. Ermengarde

41865791 Adelheid (Adelaide) DE BURGUNDY.

41865856 Count of Flanders Baldwin I.[203],[422] Baldwin died in 0879 in Arras.

In 0862 Baldwin married Judith of France (West Franks)[434, p. 343].

They had one child:
20932928 i. Baldwin (~0865-0918)

41865857 Judith of France (West Franks).[434, p. 343] Born abt 0843. Judith died aft 0879, she was 36.

41865858 same as ahnentafel number 20186500

41865859 same as ahnentafel number 20186501

41865876 Eberhard DE FRIULI Margrave of Friuli. Eberhard died on 16 Dec 0866.[1, vol ii, table 188A; vol iii,

table 657] Buried in Cysoing.

bef 0840 Eberhard married Gisele D'AQUITAINE.

They had the following children:
20932938 i. Berengarius (0850-0924)
80745323 ii. Ingeltrude (ca0840-0870)
iii. Unroch (-0874)

41865877 Gisele D'AQUITAINE. Born in 0825. Gisele died aft 1 Jul 0874, she was 49.[1, vol ii, table 188A]

Buried in Cysoing.

41865882 King of Lorraine Lothair II.[274, pp 244, 247] Born in 0827.[3, line 145-16] Lothair died on 8 Aug

0869, he was 42.[1, vol ii, table 104; vol iii, table 590] Buried in Saint Anthony Abbey, Plaisance.

In 0862 when Lothair was 35, he married Waldrada.

They had one child:
20932941 i. Bertha (0863-0924)

41865883 Waldrada.

41865894 same as ahnentafel number 40372656

41865895 same as ahnentafel number 40372657

41915890 same as ahnentafel number 5108124

41915984 Athelmaer. Athelmaer died in 1016.[9, chart 30, p 468]

20957992 i. Wulfnoth (-1015)

41915988 Styrbjorn OLAFSSON. Born in 0956.[203, line 368-34] Styrbjorn died in Battle of Blackfield in 0985,

he was 29.[203, line 368-34] Occupation: leader of Jomsborg Vikings.[203, line 368-34]

Styrbjorn married Thyra HARALDSDOTTIR.

They had one child:
20957994 i. Thorkill

41915989 Thyra HARALDSDOTTIR. Thyra died on 18 Sep 1000.[203, line 368-34]

27th Generation

80744512 King of Scots and Picts Kenneth MACALPIN I.[1],[7],[9, p 383] Kenneth died in Feb 0840 in Fortevoit

,Tayside, Scotland.[1],[2],[3] Alias/AKA: Cinaed mac Alpin.

40372256 i. Constantine (-0877)
ii. Aed

80745282 Holy Roman Emperor Lothair I.[430] Born abt 0795. Lothair died in l'Abbaye de Prum, Eifel, Germany

on 29 Sep 0855, he was 60.[1, vol i, table 2 & 95]

Research: Emperor 840-855

On 15 Oct 0821 when Lothair was 26, he married Ermengarde DE TOURS.

They had the following children:
40372641 i. Ermengarde
41865882 ii. Lothair (0827-0869)
iii. Charles (-0863)

80745283 Ermengarde DE TOURS. Ermengarde died on 20 Mar 0851.[1, vol i, table 2] Buried in Erstein Abbey,

Strasbourg, Alsace, France.

80745284 Holy Roman Emperor Louis I "The Debonair/Pious".[422, Vol 2, p 185; Vol 3, p 116],[203, pp. 130-141]

Born in Aug 0778 in Herbstain-Chasserveuil, France. Louis died in Bur at Metz on 20 Jun 0840, he was 61.[1,

vol i, table 2 & 57; vol ii, table 76 & 188A; vol iii, table 736] Occupation: King of Aquitaine 781, Emperor

of the West, 814-840.

In Feb 0819 when Louis was 40, he married Judith of Bavaria.

They had the following children:
41865877 i. Gisele (0825->0874)
40372642 ii. Charles (0823-0877)
iii. Bertha

80745285 Judith of Bavaria. Born in 0805 in Bavaria, Germany. Judith died in Tours, France on 19 Apr 0843,

she was 38.[1, vol i, table 2 & 57; vol iii, table 736]

80745312 same as ahnentafel number 40372642

80745313 same as ahnentafel number 40372643

80745320 Liudolf Duke of Saxony.

Liudolf married Oda.

They had one child:
40372660 i. Otto (0836-0912)

80745321 Oda.

80745322 Henry VON BABENBERG. Born in 0830. Henry died in near Paris, France on 28 Aug 0886, he was 56. died

in battle. Alias/AKA: Heinrich.

Henry married Ingeltrude DE FRIULI.

They had one child:
40372661 i. Hedwig (0856-0903)

80745323 Ingeltrude DE FRIULI. Born ca 0840. Ingeltrude died on 2 Apr 0870, she was 30.

80746000 King of West Saxons Egbert.[9, p 313],[277, years 800, 823, 825, 827, 828, 836],[326, p 134] Born

abt 0775. Egbert died in Wessex, England aft 19 Nov 0838, he was 63.[3, line 1-13]

As King of Wessex, Egbert inherited the mantle of 'bretwalda' - an Anglo-Saxon term meaning a ruler with

overall superiority to other rulers - after the decline of Mercian power under Offa. He came to power in 802

and died in 839, but little else is known about his brief reign.[207]

Egbert married Eadburh.

They had the following children:
40373000 i. Athelwolf (~0795-0858)
ii. Athelstan

80746001 Eadburh.

80746002 Royal Cup Bearer Oslac of Hampshire.[3]

40373001 i. Osburh (Osburga) (-~0852)

80746080 Torquat (Tortulfe) DE RENNES.

40373040 i. Tertulle (~0821-)

80746176 King of Uppsala Erik.[9, chart 29]

40373088 i. Edmund (-0873)

83155010 Count Hugh DE BOURGES.

Hugh married Rothaut[3, p 49 line 17].

They had one child:
41577505 i. Richilde

83155011 Rothaut.[3, p 49 line 17] Born abt 0872.

83658056 King of Vestfold Gudrod HALFDANSSON "Mikillati". Gudrod died in 0810.[203, line 166-40]

41829028 i. Olaf (~0770-0840)

83658080 King of France Charlemagne Holy Roman Emperor.[422, Vol. 2 p. 185; Vol 3, p. 116],[203, pp. 41, 130,

193] Born on 2 Apr 0742 in Ingelheim, Aachen, Germany. Charlemagne died in Aix-La-Chapelle, France on 28 Jan

0813/814, he was 70. Occupation: King of France, 768-814, Emperor of the West, 25 Dec 800. Alias/AKA: Charles

the Great, Carolus Magnus, Charles I , Charles le Grand, Karl der Grosse.

Research: lineage to this point provided to me by Mr. Don Robbins of Venice, FL; October 2000
Coronated on Christmas Day, 800 A.D. by Pope Leo III[429, p. 32]

As king of the Franks, Charlemagne conquered the Lombard kingdom in Italy, subdued the Saxons, annexed

Bavaria to his kingdom, fought campaigns in Spain and Hungary, and, with the exception of the Kingdom of

Asturias in Spain, southern Italy, and the British Isles, united in one superstate practically all the

Christian lands of western Europe. In 800 he assumed the title of emperor. (He is reckoned as Charles I of

the Holy Roman Empire, as well as Charles I of France.) Besides expanding its political power, he also

brought about a cultural renaissance in his empire. Although this imperium survived its founder by only one

generation, the medieval kingdoms of France and Germany derived all their constitutional traditions from

Charles's monarchy. Throughout medieval Europe, the person of Charles was considered the prototype of a

Christian king and emperor.

In accordance with old Frankish custom, the kingdom was divided on Pippin's death in 768 between his two

sons. It was not long, however, before a strong rivalry sprang up between the brothers: with his mother's

support, Charles concluded, with the Lombard king Desiderius, whose daughter he married, and with his cousin

Duke Tassilo of Bavaria, alliances directed against Carloman.

On Carloman's sudden death in 771, Charles was able to make himself sole ruler of the kingdom, unopposed by

his young nephews, whose rights he ignored. When Carloman's widow with her children and a few remaining

supporters had fled to the Lombard court, and King Desiderius, breaking his alliance with Charles, put

pressure on the pope to anoint Carloman's sons as Frankish kings, Charles was forced to come to the aid of

Pope Adrian I . He marched on the Lombard capital, Pavia, and after its fall made himself king of the

Lombards. His brother's sons, who had fallen into his hands, disappeared. While the siege of Pavia was still

in progress, Charles journeyed to Rome, where he celebrated Easter 774 with the pope and reiterated, in St.

Peter's Basilica, his father's promise to transfer to papal rule large sections of Italy. But he actually

enlarged the pope's lands only slightly, assuming for himself the sovereignty over the entire Lombard


Charles had fought the pagan Saxons, in what is now Lower Saxony and Westphalia, in retribution for their

attacks on the lower Rhine region, as early as 772, before the first Italian campaign. From 775 on, however,

it was his goal to subdue the whole Saxon tribe, converting it to Christianity and integrating it into his

kingdom. This aim appeared to have been realized after several campaigns culminating in declarations of

allegiance by the Saxon nobility and mass baptisms performed in 775-777. A diet held in 777 in Paderborn

sealed the submission of the Saxons. Among those attending the diet had been some Arab emissaries from

northern Spain who sought Charles's aid in their uprising against the Umayyad emir of C¢rdoba. In the summer

of 778 Charles advanced into Spain and laid siege to Saragossa, without, however, being able to take the

city. Retreating across the Pyrenees, the Frankish army was badly mauled by the Basques. Roland, warden of

the Breton march, who died on this occasion, was later immortalized in legend and poetry.

This defeat marks the end of the first period of Charles's rule, the period of vigorous expansion. Within a

decade he had become the sole ruler of the Franks, conquered the Lombard kingdom, visited Rome, subdued the

Saxons, and invaded Spain. Henceforth he was concerned with defending and safeguarding his quickly won gains

(which were to be extended only on the right bank of the Rhine), while consolidating the state internally and

protecting cultural life and the rule of law.

Not long after Charles's defeat in Spain, the Saxons rose up once more. The war against them became the

longest and most cruel war fought by the Franks. In Charles's eyes, the resistance of this people that had

undergone baptism and signed a treaty of allegiance amounted to political high treason and religious

apostasy. These offenses called for severe punishment, and 4,500 Saxons were reported to have been executed

en masse in 782. New outbreaks occurred after 792, and the last Saxons were not vanquished until 804. Between

772 and 804, Charles took the field against the Saxons no fewer than 18 times. In the end he carried out his

aim of not only subjecting them to his rule but also incorporating them fully into his empire. Given the

indissoluble tie between temporal power and the Christian faith, this meant they had to be converted. But the

violent methods by which this missionary task was carried out had been unknown to the earlier Middle Ages,

and the sanguinary punishment meted out to those who broke canon law or continued to engage in pagan

practices called forth criticism in Charles's own circle-for example, by Alcuin, his adviser and head of his

palace school.

When, in 788, Charles deposed his cousin Duke Tassilo III of Bavaria, who had acknowledged the Frankish kings

as feudal lords, he in effect deprived of its independence the last of the German tribes beyond the Rhine.

The Bavarians, who had long been Christians, were now directly integrated into the empire. The West Germanic

tribes of the Alemanni, Bavarians, Saxons, and Thuringians thus found themselves for the first time gathered

into one political unit. Charles's conquests on the right bank of the Rhine were, however, not limited to the

Germanic tribes. Making Ratisbon (Regensburg), the residence of the Bavarian dukes, his base, he conducted

several campaigns, partly under his own command, against the Avar kingdom (in modern Hungary and Upper

Austria). The remaining Avar principalities and the newly founded Slav states of the Danubian region drifted

into a loose dependence on the Franks, whose sovereignty they more or less acknowledged.

The gigantic expansion of the Frankish state, raising it far above the tribal states of the early Middle

Ages, entailed qualitative as well as quantitative changes. Yet the idea of bestowing on Charles the Roman

title of emperor arose only at a very late stage and out of a specific political constellation. While the

Eastern, or Byzantine, Empire laid claim to universal recognition, the popes, constitutionally still subjects

of Byzantium, were opposed to the iconoclastic religious policies of the Eastern emperors. Moreover, under

the protection of Charles, Pope Adrian sought to erect an autonomous domain over central Italy, the more so

as the Byzantines, abandoning for all practical purposes Rome and Ravenna, were asserting their rule only in

Sicily and the southernmost edge of Italy. The papacy's desire for independence found a significant

expression in the Donation of Constantine , a forgery dating probably from the first few years of Adrian's

reign and purporting to legitimize these papal aims in the name of the first Christian emperor, Constantine I

the Great. Charles paid a second visit to Rome in 781, when he had the pope crown his young sons Pippin and

Louis as kings of the Lombards and Aquitanians and gained de facto recognition of his Italian position from

the Byzantine empress Irene , the mother of Constantine VI. The entente that existed between Charles and

Byzantium came to an end after a Frankish attack on southern Italy in 787.

In the end, local Roman conflicts brought about the clarification of the city's constitutional position. In

May 799, Pope Leo III was waylaid in Rome by personal enemies. He took refuge at the court of Charles, who

had him conducted back to the city and who in November 800 came to Rome himself, where he was received with

imperial honours. Before Charles and a synod, Pope Leo cleared himself under oath of the charges made by his

enemies. During Christmas mass in St. Peter's, the Romans acclaimed Charles emperor, whereupon the pope

crowned and perhaps anointed him.

The imperial title was by nature a Roman dignity. While the acclamation represented the juridically

conclusive act, it was the coronation at the hands of the pope that, though of no constitutional importance,

was to acquire for the Franks great significance. The pope had been determined to make Charles emperor,

deciding to a large extent the outward form; yet Charles was surely not surprised by these events. His famous

statement quoted by one of his favourites, the Frankish historian Einhard, that he would not have set foot in

church that Christmas if he had known the pope's intention, implies a criticism of the ceremony initiated by

the pope, as well as a formal expression of humility. The crowning had been preceded by negotiations. While

Charles's imperial rank was legally substantiated by the fact of his dominion over the western part of the

old Roman Empire, the desire to counteract the petticoat rule of the empress Irene (who had dethroned and

blinded her son in 797) also played a role. Residing in Rome four months and pronouncing sentence on the

pope's enemies as rebels guilty of lese majesty, Charles grasped the imperial reins with a firm hand.

Likewise, after his return to Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle), he promulgated laws in full consciousness of his rank

as emperor.

Byzantium braced itself for the usurper's attack, but Charles merely wished to see his new rank and his

dominion over Rome recognized in negotiations; he gained his point in 812 when the emperor Michael I

acknowledged him as emperor, though not as emperor of the Romans. While the imperial title did not bring

Charles any additional powers, his control of Rome was now legitimized, and the estrangement of the papacy

from Byzantium and its rapprochement with the Franks, a major historical event that had been initiated in

754, was rendered incontrovertible. A significant result of this development was the tradition to which

Charles's assumption of the imperial title and function gave rise: all medieval concepts of empire and all

the bonds between the constitutional traditions of the Franks and the later Holy Roman Empire with the Roman

Empire founded by Augustus were based on the precedent of Charles's imperial title and position.

Court and administration
The creation of the empire was chiefly legitimized by Charles's efforts to raise its cultural level

internally. When Charles came to power, the Frankish kingdom's cultural, administrative, and legal

institutions were still relatively undeveloped. The Frankish king, for example, possessed no permanent

residence. In the summer months he traveled about, deciding political issues and dispensing justice in

assemblies of spiritual and temporal lords; above all, summer was the season for military campaigns. During

the winter, from Christmas to Easter and sometimes longer, the king lived and held court at one of the

imperial palaces. Charles especially favoured those situated in the Frankish heartland: only rarely did he

spend the winter in one of the newly won territories, in encampment in Saxony, in Ratisbon, or in Rome. Not

until 794 did Aachen , which the aging monarch liked because of its warm springs, become the court's abode,

indeed almost a residence, during every winter and often even in summer. Here Charles built, partially with

materials imported from Rome and Ravenna, the court church that is still standing, as well as the palace

whose walls were incorporated into the 14th-century city hall.

Charles's court consisted of his family, of the clergy in his personal service, who were called the king's

capella, and of temporal officials, among them the count palatine, the seneschal, and the master of the royal

household. These men were occasionally joined, on an informal basis, by other spiritual or temporal men of

rank who spent some time in the ruler's presence. For Charles had the ambition to make his court the

intellectual, as well as the political and administrative, centre of the realm and accordingly summoned

prominent scholars from all parts of the empire and even from abroad. Among these the most important were

Einhard and Alcuin.

With the help of these and other literary men, Charles established a court library containing the works of

the Church Fathers and those of ancient authors, and he founded a court academy for the education of young

Frankish knights. Last but not least, he himself took part with his family and the learned and lay members of

his entourage in a cultivated social life that afforded him entertainment no less than instruction. His

mother tongue was an Old High German idiom, besides which he presumably understood the Old French dialect

spoken by many Franks; as a grown man, he also learned Latin and some Greek, had historical and theological

writings, including St. Augustine's City of God, read aloud to him, and acquired a rudimentary knowledge of

mathematics and astronomy.

The court's cultural interests, however, extended beyond the intellectual gratification of a small circle,

such as the exchange of verses and letters. Efforts were also made to raise the level of religious

observance, morality, and the process of justice throughout the empire. The clearest and most famous instance

of this was the Epistula de litteris colendis, dating presumably from 784 to 785 and compiled in Charles's

name by Alcuin . Its main argument lies in the assertion that the right faith-indeed, every right

thought-must be clothed in the appropriate form and language, lest it be falsified; hence, the prescription

of intensive study of Latin language and literature for all monastic and cathedral schools. The spiritual and

literary movement called the "Carolingian renaissance" had many centres, especially in the empire's

monasteries; but it cannot be evaluated without reference to Charles's court and to his endeavour to call on

the best minds of the whole world, setting them to work in the education of the clergy and, in the final

instance, of the whole people. The court's theological knowledge and intellectual self-confidence are

reflected in the Libri Carolini, a comprehensive treatise written about 791 in Charles's name and directed

against the Council of Nicaea (787), at which Greeks and papal plenipotentiaries had countenanced the

practice of iconolatry; at the same time, the Libri Carolini did not spare the iconoclasts.

Through this court, Charles ruled and administered his empire and dispensed justice. Once or twice a year at

least, the court and the chief magistrates and nobles from all parts of the empire joined in a general

assembly held either in the Frankish heartland or in one of the conquered territories. It is indicative of

the unique structure of the Carolingian Empire that one cannot draw clear distinctions between an assembly of

the armed forces, a constitutional assembly of the nobility, and a church synod: juridical, military, and

ecclesiastical affairs were invariably discussed at one and the same time by the representatives of the

nobility and the clergy. Above them all towered the figure of Charlemagne.

On the local level the ruler was represented in every region by counts and bishops. Liaison between these

personages and the court was maintained through royal messengers who travelled about at Charles's command,

usually in pairs made up of a civil servant and a clerical dignitary. Royal commands did not have to be

written out, although Charles's decrees (capitularies) increasingly came to be recorded in writing, at first

rather imprecisely, in the last two decades of his reign; the forms coined by the "renaissance" gained ground

only with time. Charles respected the traditional rights of the various peoples and tribes under his dominion

as a matter of principle, and, after he became emperor, he had many of them recorded. The capitularies served

partly as complements to tribal laws, partly as regulations applying to the most disparate aspects of public

and private life, and in part also as specific instructions issued to royal messengers, counts, bishops, and

others. Punitive decrees against highwaymen, dispositions concerning military levies, and orders for the

people to take an oath of allegiance to the emperor or to teach all Christians to recite the Lord's Prayer

are found intermingled in the capitularies with jurisdictional dispositions and regulations about the

internal organization of monasteries; temporal and spiritual problems are rarely treated separately. Taken as

a whole, the legal documents of Charles's reign bear witness to a great concern, born of profound moral and

religious convictions, with the administration of justice and with public enlightenment, but they also show

discrepancies between the ideal and reality.

Charles's organization of the empire was, however, not without its defects and limitations. The sovereign's

power was restricted only by theoretical principles of law and custom, not by institutions or countervailing

forces. Significantly, the records report little about opposition movements and conspiracies, which, in fact,

did exist. A rebellion that Thuringian counts launched against Charles in 786 can perhaps be explained as

ethnic opposition to the centralism of the Franks. More ominous was an aristocratic conspiracy that in 792

attempted to place on the throne the hunchback Pippin, Charles's only son from his first marriage, which was

later declared invalid; yet here, too, the political concepts and motives remain unknown. These events and,

more clearly still, the history of the empire under Charles's successor, Louis, show the extent to which the

political system had been designed for one person on whose outstanding abilities everything depended and with

whose disappearance it threatened to collapse. Their self-confidence enhanced by Charles's educational

policy, the clergy could not accept for all time his theocracy without opposing it with their own political

and religious principles. The temporal nobility that had built the empire with the Carolingians could be

firmly tied to the dynasty only as long as new conquests held out the prospect of new spoils and fiefs; if

these failed to materialize, there remained only the care of one's properties in the different regions and

the hope of gaining advantages from party strife. External expansion, however, could not advance

substantially beyond the borders reached by 800; in fact, economic and technical resources were insufficient

to hold together and administer what had already been won and to defend it against foreign enemies. Charles's

empire lacked the means by which the Romans had preserved theirs: a money economy, a paid civil service, a

standing army, a properly maintained network of roads and communications, a navy for coastal defense. Already

in Charles's lifetime, the coasts were being threatened by the Normans. In 806 Charles planned a division of

the empire between his sons, but after the death of the elder two he crowned Louis of Aquitaine his coemperor

and sole successor at Aachen in 813. It was only a few months later that Charles himself died there in 814.

Personality and influence
Charlemagne's posthumous fame shone the more brightly as the following generations were unable to preserve

the empire's internal peace, its unity, and its international position. Even after the Carolingian dynasty

had become extinct, political tradition in the East Frankish (German) kingdom and empire, as well as in the

West Frankish (French) kingdom, drew sustenance from the example set by Charlemagne. Under Otto I, Aachen

became the city in which the rulers of Germany were crowned, and, at Frederick I Barbarossa's request, the

antipope Paschal III canonized Charlemagne in 1165. In France the Capetians, beginning with Philip II

Augustus, revived the traditions that had grown up around Charlemagne. The controversial question whether the

Germans or the French were the true successors of Charlemagne was kept alive through the Middle Ages and into

modern times. Napoleon called himself Charlemagne's successor; after the end of World War II, discussions of

a united, Christian, "occidental" Europe invoked his model. Hand in hand with these political traditions went

those in popular legend and poetry, culminating in the Roland epics. Nor did Charlemagne's fame stop at the

boundaries of what was once his empire; some Slavic languages derived their term for "king" from his name

(e.g., Czech: kr l; Polish: kr¢l).

Charles left no biographical document; his personality can be constructed only from his deeds and the reports

left by contemporaries. This is how Einhard, who lived at the court from about 795 on, described

Charlemagne's character and appearance in his famous Vita Karoli Magni:

He had a broad and strong body of unusual height, but well-proportioned; for his height measured seven times

his feet. His skull was round, the eyes were lively and rather large, the nose of more than average length,

the hair gray but full, the face friendly and cheerful. Seated or standing, he thus made a dignified and

stately impression even though he had a thick, short neck and a belly that protruded somewhat; but this was

hidden by the good proportions of the rest of his figure. He strode with firm step and held himself like a

man; he spoke with a higher voice than one would have expected of someone of his build. He enjoyed good

health except for being repeatedly plagued by fevers four years before his death. Toward the end he dragged

one foot.

The strength of Charlemagne's personality was evidently rooted in the unbroken conviction of being at one

with the divine will. Without inward contradiction, he was able to combine personal piety with enjoyment of

life, a religious sense of mission with a strong will to power, rough manners with a striving for

intellectual growth, and intransigence against his enemies with rectitude. In his politically conditioned

religiosity, the empire and the church grew into an institutional and spiritual unit. Although his empire

survived him by only one generation, it contributed decisively to the eventual reconstitution, in the mind of

a western Europe fragmented since the end of the Roman Empire, of a common intellectual, religious, and

political inheritance on which later centuries could draw. Charlemagne did not create this inheritance

single-handedly, but one would be hard put to imagine it without him. One of the poets at his court called

him rex pater Europae-"King father of Europe." In truth, there is no other man who similarly left his mark on

European history during the centuries of the Middle Ages.[311]

In 0771 when Charlemagne was 28, he married Hildegarde VON LINZGAU of Swabia, in Aachen, Rhineland,

Germany.[3, line 182-5]

They had the following children:
167463507 i. Alpais
ii. Charles (-0811)
iii. Rotrudia
iv. Gisela
v. Heldecardia
vi. Adelheida
vii. Bellinandra
viii. Gertruda
ix. Emma
41829040 x. Pepin (0773-0810)
80745284 xi. Louis (0778-0840)

83658081 Hildegarde VON LINZGAU of Swabia. Born in 0758. Hildegarde died in Bur at Metz on 30 Apr 0783, she

was 25.[3, line 182-5]

83658082 William Count of Toulouse.

41829041 i. Bertha

83658368 Viscount Geoffrey DE THOUARS.

41829184 i. Aimery (-<0936)

83659944 Count Conrad D'AUXERRE. Conrad died bef 0876.[1, vol i, table 57; vol iii, table 736]

Conrad married Waldrada[1, vol i, table 57; vol iii, table 736].

They had one child:
41829972 i. Rudolph (-0912)

83659945 Waldrada.[1, vol i, table 57; vol iii, table 736]

83671168 Werner.

41835584 i. Conrad (-0955)

83671170 same as ahnentafel number 10457492

83671171 Eadgyth. Eadgyth died on 26 Jan 0946.[1, vol I, table 3; vol II, table 78] Alias/AKA: Edith.

Eadgyth married Emperor of Germany Otto I[207].

They had one child:
41835585 i. Luitgarde (-0953)

83671488 Arpad Prince of Hungary. Arpad died in 0907.[1, tafel 104]

41835744 i. Zoltan (-0950)

83671490 Marot (Maroth) Prince of Bihar.

41835745 i. Men

83671496 Ziemowit Prince of Poland. Ziemowit died in 0892.

41835748 i. Leszek (-0921)

83731488 King of Sjaelland Canute "Harthacanute". Canute died in 0884.[9, chart 29, p 458],[203, line 369-42]

41865744 i. Frodo (Frotho) (-0885)

83731580 Theodore DE BURGUNDY.

41865790 i. Richard

83731582 Conrad DE BURGUNDY.

41865791 i. Adelheid (Adelaide)

83731714 same as ahnentafel number 40372642

83731715 same as ahnentafel number 40372643

83731752 Margrave Hunroch DE FRIULI. Hunroch died bef 0854.[1, vol ii, table 188A]

Hunroch married Engeltron[1, vol ii, table 188A],[3, line 192-15].

They had one child:
41865876 i. Eberhard (-0866)

83731753 Engeltron.[1, vol ii, table 188A],[3, line 192-15]

83731754 same as ahnentafel number 80745284

83731755 same as ahnentafel number 80745285

83731764 same as ahnentafel number 80745282

83731765 same as ahnentafel number 80745283

83831968 Athelweard "The Chronicler". Athelweard died abt 0998.[9, chart 30, p 468]

Athelweard married Athelflaed.

They had one child:
41915984 i. Athelmaer (-1016)

83831969 Athelflaed.

83831976 same as ahnentafel number 10466438

83831977 same as ahnentafel number 10466439

83831978 same as ahnentafel number 5233218

83831979 same as ahnentafel number 5233219

28th Generation

161489024 King of Kintyre Alpin MAC EOCHAID. Alpin died on 20 Jul 0834 in Pitalpie, near Dundee (Tayside)


80744512 i. Kenneth (-0840)
ii. Donald[9, p 384]

161490564 same as ahnentafel number 80745284

161490565 Ermangarde DE HESBAYE. Ermangarde died in 0818.

Ermangarde married Holy Roman Emperor Louis I "The Debonair/Pious"[422, Vol 2, p 185; Vol 3, p 116],[203, pp.


They had the following children:
80745282 i. Lothair (~0795-0855)
ii. Pepin
iii. Louis (~0805-0876)
iv. Adelaide

161490566 Hugh D'ALSACE Count of Tours.

Hugh married Ava.

They had the following children:
80745283 i. Ermengarde (-0851)
167319889 ii. Adèlaïde (->0866)

161490567 Ava.

161490568 same as ahnentafel number 83658080

161490569 same as ahnentafel number 83658081

161490570 Duke of Bavaria Welf I. Welf died aft 0833.[1, vol i, table 2 & 57; vol iii, table 736]

Welf married Eigilwich (Heilwig)[1, vol i, table 57; vol iii, table 736].

They had the following children:
80745285 i. Judith (0805-0843)
ii. Emma (-0876)
167319888 iii. Conrad (-0862)

161490571 Eigilwich (Heilwig).[1, vol i, table 57; vol iii, table 736]

161490646 same as ahnentafel number 41865876

161490647 same as ahnentafel number 41865877

161492000 King of Kent Eahlmund.[9],[326, p 134],[277, years 784, 854] Born abt 0758. Eahlmund died aft

0786, he was 28.

80746000 i. Egbert (~0775->0838)

161492352 King of Uppsala Bjorn.[9, chart 29, p 458]

80746176 i. Erik

166310022 same as ahnentafel number 40372642

166310023 Richaut DE METZ. Richaut died abt 0914.[1, vol II, table 1]

On 25 Nov 0870 Richaut married Holy Roman Emperor Charles I "The Bald"[422, p. 185],[203, p. 30].

They had one child:
83155011 i. Rothaut (~0872-)

167316112 Halfdan EYSTEINSSON II.

83658056 i. Gudrod (-0810)

167316160 King of Franks Pepin "The Short". Born in 0714. Pepin died on 24 Sep 0768, he was 54.[3, line

50-12; line 190-12] Occupation: Mayor of the Palace, 1st King of the Franks from 751 to 768.[3, line 50 -12]

Research: [137, Page 127 Number 41]Medical Certificate of Willett J. Basto:

Date of death: Dec. 30, 1943. Attended from Sept. 1, 1943 to Dec. 30, 1943

I last saw him alive on Dec.30,1943. To the best of my knowledge death occurred on the date stated aboove at

7:30 PM. cause of death Diabetis

Pepin married Bertrada DE LEON "Large Foot".

They had the following children:
83658080 i. Charlemagne (0742-0813)
ii. Carloman[223]

167316161 Bertrada DE LEON "Large Foot". Born in 0719. Bertrada died on 12 Jul 0783, she was 64.[3, p 50]

167316162 Count Gerold VON ANGLACHAU.[3, line 190-13]

Gerold married Emma VON ALEMAGNA (ALAMANNIA).

They had one child:
83658081 i. Hildegarde (0758-0783)

167316163 Emma VON ALEMAGNA (ALAMANNIA). Emma died in 0798.[3, line 182-4]

167319888 Conrad VON BAVARIA Count of Burgundy. Conrad died on 21 Feb 0862.[1, vol i, table 57; vol ii, table

10; vol iii, table 736] Occupation: Count of Argengau and Linzgau, Auxerre, Alpgau, of Paris.

Conrad married Adèlaïde DE TOURS.

They had one child:
83659944 i. Conrad (-<0876)

167319889 Adèlaïde DE TOURS. Adèlaïde died aft 0866.[1, vol i, table 57; vol ii, table 10; vol iii, table


167342336 Conrad I. Conrad died in 0918.[228, p 259]

83671168 i. Werner

167342342 same as ahnentafel number 10093250

167342343 same as ahnentafel number 10093251

167342976 Chief of Magyrs Almos. Almos died in 0895.[203, line 51-39]

83671488 i. Arpad (-0907)

167462976 King of Danes Sigurd (Snogoje) "Dragon Eye". Sigurd (Snogoje) died in 0873.[9, chart 29, p

458],[203, line 369-43]

83731488 i. Canute (-0884)

167463506 Begue (Bogo).[3, line 191-14]

Begue (Bogo) married Alpais.

They had one child:
83731753 i. Engeltron

167463507 Alpais.

167663936 Athelfrith.

83831968 i. Athelweard (-~0998)
ii. Elgiva (-~0959)

29th Generation

322978048 Eochaid Rinnamail MAC AED FIND.[1],[2, pp. 29, 278],[3] Eochaid Rinnamail died abt 0820.[2, p.


161489024 i. Alpin (-0834)

322981130 Duke Ingeramne DE HESBAYE.

161490565 i. Ermangarde (-0818)

322984000 Eafa.[9],[277, year 854],[326, p 134] Born abt 0732 in Wessex, England.

161492000 i. Eahlmund (~0758->0786)

322984704 King of Danes Ragnar SIGURDSSON "Lodbrok/Hairy Britches". Ragnar died in 0865 in York, England.[9,

p 738] killed during a raid on York. Occupation: King of Lethra.[203, line 369-44]

167462976 i. Sigurd (Snogoje) (-0873)
ii. Ivarr (-0873)
iii. Halfdan (-0877)
161492352 iv. Bjorn

332620046 Count Buwin DE METZ.[1, vol ii, table 1; vol ii, table 186 & 189]

Buwin married Richildis DE TURIN[1, vol ii, table 186 & 189].

They had one child:
166310023 i. Richaut (-~0914)

332620047 Richildis DE TURIN.[1, vol ii, table 186 & 189]

334632224 Eystein HALFDANSSON.

167316112 i. Halfdan

334632320 Mayor of the Palace Charles MARTEL. Born in 0689. Charles died on 22 Oct 0741, he was 52.[3, line

50-11; line 190-11; line 191-11]

Research: Mayor of Austrasia and Neustria 714-741

Charles married Chrotrude (Rotrou) DE ALEMANIA.

They had the following children:
167316160 i. Pepin (0714-0768)
ii. Carloman (-0754)
iii. Grifon
iv. Bernard

334632321 Chrotrude (Rotrou) DE ALEMANIA. Chrotrude (Rotrou) died in 0724.[3, line 50-11]

334632322 Count Canbert DE LEON.[3, line 50-12]

167316161 i. Bertrada (0719-0783)

334632326 Count of Linzgau Hnabi VON ALEMAGNA (ALAMANNIA). Occupation: Count of Linzgau in AD 709, 720, 724;

Duke of Alamannia.[3, line 182-3]

167316163 i. Emma (-0798)

334639776 same as ahnentafel number 161490570

334639777 same as ahnentafel number 161490571

334639778 same as ahnentafel number 161490566

334639779 same as ahnentafel number 161490567

334685952 Ogyek.[203, line 51-40]

Ogyek married Emse[203, line 51-40].

They had one child:
167342976 i. Almos (-0895)

334685953 Emse.[203, line 51-40]

334925952 same as ahnentafel number 322984704

334927014 same as ahnentafel number 83658080

334927015 same as ahnentafel number 83658081

335327872 Athelhelm. Athelhelm died abt 0898.[9, chart 30, p 468]

Athelhelm married Athelgyth.

They had one child:
167663936 i. Athelfrith

335327873 Athelgyth.

30th Generation

645956096 King of DalRiata Aed Find MAC EOCHAID.[3],[2, pp 29, 278],[442, 0. 21]

322978048 i. Eochaid Rinnamail (-~0820)

645968000 Eoppa.[9],[326, p 134],[277] Born abt 0706 in Wessex, England.

322984000 i. Eafa (~0732-)

665240092 Count Richard D'AMIENS.[1, vol ii, table 186]

332620046 i. Buwin

665240094 Count Boso DE TURIN III. Boso died in 0855.[1, vol i, table 57; vol ii, table 10; vol iii, table


332620047 i. Richildis
ii. Herbert (-0864)

669264448 King of Uplanders Halfdan OLAFSSON "Huitbein".

Halfdan married Asa EYSTEINSDOTTIR.

They had one child:
334632224 i. Eystein


669264640 Mayor of Austrasia Pepin of Heristal.[3, line 190-10]

Research: Mayor of Austrasia and Neustria 687-714

Pepin married Alphaida.

They had one child:
334632320 i. Charles (0689-0741)

669264641 Alphaida. Alias/AKA: Alpaïs, Aupaïs.

669264642 Liutwin (Leitwinus) DE TREVES. Liutwin (Leitwinus) died in 0713.[3, line 50-10]

334632321 i. Chrotrude (Rotrou) (-0724)

669264652 Houching VON ALEMAGNA (ALAMANNIA).

334632326 i. Hnabi

669371904 Venedobel.[203, line 51-40]

334685952 i. Ogyek

669371906 Olnedobel.[203, line 51-40]

334685953 i. Emse

670655744 King of Wessex Athelred I. Born abt 0837. Athelred died on 23 Apr 0871, he was 34. Buried in

Wimbourne, England.

Research: Reigned 866-871, according to Christopher Brooke, and to D N Dumville.

"Meanwhile, after the death of king Ethelwulf, his sons were raised to the kingdom, namely Ethelbald over

the Western Angles, and Ethelbert over the men of Kent, and the Eastern, Southern, and Midland Angles.
A. 861. When five years were completed, king Ethelbald died, and his brother Ethelbert succeeded to the

possessions of both. .....
A. 866. ..... king Ethelbert died, and his body rests peaceably in the monastery named Sherborne.
Ethelred succeeded to the throne after the death of his brother Ethelbert.
..... after the Easter of the same year [871], died king Ethelred, from whose family I derive my origin.

..... His reign lasted five years, and he is buried in the monastery which goes by the name of Wimborne."
--- *The Chronicle of Fabius Ethelwerd, From the Beginning of the World to the Year of Our Lord 975*,

translated by J A Giles in *Six Old English Chronicles*, London (Bohn), 1848, p 25, 27, 28

Athelred married Wulfrida.

They had the following children:
i. Athelwald (-0902)
335327872 ii. Athelhelm (-~0898)

670655745 Wulfrida.

31st Generation

1291912192 King of DalRiata Eochaid MAC EOCHAID.[3],[2, pp. 29, 278-279],[7],[468, Table C, p. 230],[203]

Eochaid died ca 0733.[2, p. 29]

645956096 i. Aed Find

1291936000 Ingeld (Ingild).[9],[277],[326] Born abt 0680 in Wessex, England. Ingeld (Ingild) died in 0718,

he was 38.[3, line 1-9]

645968000 i. Eoppa (~0706-)

1338528898 King of the Uplands Eystein "Hardrade".

Eystein married Solveig HALFDANSDOTTIR.

They had one child:
669264449 i. Asa

1338528899 Solveig HALFDANSDOTTIR.

1338529280 Mayor of Austrasia Ansegisal (Angise). Born in 0602. Ansegisal (Angise) died in 0678, he was

76.[223, p 268],[3, line 190-9] Occupation: Mayor of the Palace to Siegbert, son of Dagobert.

Research: Mayor of Austrasia 632-638

bef 0639 when Ansegisal (Angise) was 37, he married Saint Begga.[3, line 190-9]

They had one child:
669264640 i. Pepin

1338529281 Saint Begga. Begga died in 0694.[3, line 190-9]

1338529284 Count Warinus DE POITIERS. Born abt 0630. Warinus died in 0677, he was 47.[3, p 50]

Warinus married Kunza DE METZ.

They had one child:
669264642 i. Liutwin (Leitwinus) (-0713)

1338529285 Kunza DE METZ.

1338529304 Duke Godefroy VON ALEMAGNA (ALAMANNIA). Godefroy died bef 0709.[3, line 182-1]

669264652 i. Houching
ii. Lentfroy
iii. Thibaud
iv. Oatillo[3, line 182-2]

1341311488 same as ahnentafel number 40373000

1341311489 same as ahnentafel number 40373001

32nd Generation

2583824384 King of DalRiata Eochaid MAC DOMANGART.[3, p. 170],[2, p. 29],[203],[442, p. 21] Eochaid died in

0697.[7],[3, p. 170] killed by Cenel Loairn.

1291912192 i. Eochaid (-ca0733)

2583872000 Cenred.[326],[277] Born abt 0644 in Wessex, England. Cenred died aft 0694, he was 50.

1291936000 i. Ingeld (Ingild) (~0680-0718)
ii. Cuthburh
iii. Ine[326, p 134] (-~0728)

2677058560 Arnulf Bishop of Metz. Born on 13 Aug 0582.[3, line 190-8] Arnulf died on 16 Aug 0640, he was 58.

Arnulf married Dode.

They had the following children:
1338529280 i. Ansegisal (Angise) (0602-0678)
2677058570 ii. Clodoule (~0596-0690)

2677058561 Dode.

2677058562 Mayor of Austrasia Pepin of Landen. Pepin died in 0640.[223, p 268],[3, line 190-9]

Research: Mayor of Austrasia

Pepin married Itta.

They had the following children:
1338529281 i. Begga (-0694)
ii. Grimoald (-0656)
iii. Gertrude

2677058563 Itta.

2677058570 Saint Clodoule DE METZ. Born abt 0596. Clodoule died in 0690, he was 94.[3, p 190]

1338529285 i. Kunza

33rd Generation

5167648768 King of DalRiata Domangart MAC DOMNAL BRECC.[3, p. 170],[2, p. 29],[468, Table C, p. 230],[203, p.

165] Domangart died in 0673.

2583824384 i. Eochaid (-0697)

5167744000 Ceolwold.[277] Born abt 0622 in Wessex, England. Ceolwold died aft 0688, he was 66.

2583872000 i. Cenred (~0644->0694)

5354117120 Bodegeisel II. Bodegeisel died in 0588.[3, line 190-7]

Bodegeisel married Oda DE SUEVIA.

They had one child:
2677058560 i. Arnulf (0582-0640)

5354117121 Oda DE SUEVIA.

5354117126 Arnoldus. Occupation: Bishop of Metz.[3, line 190-9]

2677058563 i. Itta

5354117140 same as ahnentafel number 2677058560

5354117141 same as ahnentafel number 2677058561

34th Generation

10335297536 King of DalRiata Domnall Brecc MAC EOCHAID BUID.[2],[3] Born bef 0621.[2] Domnall Brecc died in

battle of Strathcarron in Dec 0642, he was 21.[7],[4],[469]

5167648768 i. Domangart (-0673)

10335488000 Cuthwulf (Cutha).[277, year 854],[3, line 1-6] Born bef 0593 in Wessex, England.

5167744000 i. Ceolwold (~0622->0688)

10708234240 Gondolfus Bishop of Tongres. Gondolfus died aft 0598.[3, line 190-6]

5354117120 i. Bodegeisel (-0588)

10708234252 Ansbertus.[3, line 180-5] Occupation: Gallo-Roman Senator of Narbonne.[203, Gallo-Roman


Ansbertus married Blithilde.

They had the following children:
5354117126 i. Arnoldus
ii. Erchenaud

10708234253 Blithilde. Alias/AKA: Bilhisdis.[203, line 236-48]

35th Generation

20670595072 King of DalRiata Eochaid Buid MAC AEDAN.[442, p. 21] Eochaid Buid died in 0629.[7],[469, p. 88]

Education: educated by St. Colomba.[203, line 165-47]

10335297536 i. Domnall Brecc (<0621-0642)

20670976000 King Cuthwine of the West Saxons.[277, year 577, 854],[3, line 1-5] Born abt 0564 in Wessex,

England. Cuthwine died in Battle of Barbury Hill abt 0593, he was 29.

10335488000 i. Cuthwulf (Cutha) (<0593-)
ii. Cynebald[326]
iii. Ceadda[326]
iv. Cynegils

21416468480 Munderic. Born abt 0500. Munderic died in 0532, he was 32.[3, line 190-5]

Munderic married Artnemia.

They had one child:
10708234240 i. Gondolfus (->0598)

21416468481 Artnemia.

21416468504 Ferreolus. Occupation: Senator in Narbonne region.[203, ine 236-49]

Ferreolus married Dode.

They had one child:
10708234252 i. Ansbertus

21416468505 Dode. Occupation: Abbess of St. Pierre de Rheims.[203, ine 236-49]

36th Generation

41341190144 King Of DalRiata Aedan MAC GABRAN.[203, p. 165],[469],[2],[3] Born ca 0532 in Scotland.[2] Aedan

died in 0606, he was 74.[7],[469] Occupation: Crowned King of DalRiata by St. Columba at Iona, Scotland in


20670595072 i. Eochaid Buid (-0629)

41341952000 Ceawlin.[277, years 560, 568, 591, 593, 854] Born abt 0547 in Wessex, England. Ceawlin died in

0593, he was 46.

20670976000 i. Cuthwine (~0564-~0593)

42832936960 King of Cölogne Cloderic "The Parricide". Cloderic died in 0509.[3, line 190-4]

21416468480 i. Munderic (~0500-0532)

42832937008 Tonantius Ferreolus "Vis Clarisimus". Occupation: senator at Narbonne, Roman Commander at Battle

of Chalons.[203, ine 236-50]

Tonantius Ferreolus married Industria.

They had one child:
21416468504 i. Ferreolus

42832937009 Industria.

37th Generation

82682380288 King Of DalRiata Gabran MAC DOMANGART.[2],[3],[7],[468] Gabran died in 0560.[7],[469]

Gabran married Lieian MAC BRYCHAN.

They had one child:
41341190144 i. Aedan (ca0532-0606)

82682380289 Lieian MAC BRYCHAN.

82683904000 Cynric.[326],[277] Born abt 0510 in Wessex, England. Cynric died in 0560, he was 50.

41341952000 i. Ceawlin (~0547-0593)
ii. Cuthwulf[326, p 134]
iii. Ceolwulf[326]

85665873920 King of Cölogne Siegbert (Sigebert) I "The Lame". Siegbert (Sigebert) died in 0509.[3, line

190-3] murdered.

42832936960 i. Cloderic (-0509)

85665874016 Praetorian Prefect Tonontius Ferreolus. Occupation: Praetorian Prefect of Gaul (451-453), Gallo

Roman senator, served in Rome on the trial of Arvandus, 496.[3, line 180-3],[203, ine 236-51]

42832937008 i. Tonantius Ferreolus
ii. Ruricius (-0506)

38th Generation

165364760576 King Of DalRiata Domangart MAC FERGUS.[3],[2],[7],[468] Domangart died in 0507.[469]

Domangart married Fedelmia FOITCHAIN.

They had one child:
82682380288 i. Gabran (-0560)

165364760577 Fedelmia FOITCHAIN.

165367808000 Creoda.[9, p. 300],[326],[277]

82683904000 i. Cynric (~0510-0560)

171331747840 King of Cölogne Childebert. Childebert died aft 0450.[3, line 190-2]

85665873920 i. Siegbert (Sigebert) (-0509)

171331748032 Ferreolus.

Ferreolus married .

They had one child:
85665874016 i. Tonontius Ferreolus

171331748033 UNNAMED. Alias/AKA: Clarissa Femina.[203, line 236-52]

39th Generation

330729521152 King Of DalRiata Fergus Mar MAC ERCC.[2],[3],[7],[468] Fergus Mar died ca 0501.[203, line

165-51] Occupation: invaded Kyntire and founded kingdom of Scottish Dalriada, 496 AD.[203, line 165-51]

165364760576 i. Domangart (-0507)

330735616000 King of Wessex Cerdic.[277] Born abt 0470 in Saxony, Germany. Cerdic died in Wessex, England in

0534, he was 64.[326, p 134] Occupation: King of the West Saxons.[3, line 1-1]

165367808000 i. Creoda

342663495680 Clovis of Cölogne "The Riparian".[3, line 190-1]

171331747840 i. Childebert (->0450)

342663496066 Flavius Afranius Syagrius. Occupation: Gallo-Roman (Lyons) Consul in 381 A.D., Proconsul in

Africa, Magister Officorum Praetorian, Prefect of the West.[3, line 180-1],[203, line 236-53]

171331748033 i. UNNAMED

40th Generation

661459042304 King Of Irish DalRiata Ercc MAC EOCHAID MUNREMAR.[2],[3],[7],[468] Born ca 0400 in Northern

Ireland. Ercc died in 0474, he was 74.[2]

Ercc married Misi.

They had one child:
330729521152 i. Fergus Mar (-ca0501)

661459042305 Misi.

661471232000 Elesa.[277]

330735616000 i. Cerdic (~0470-0534)

41st Generation

1322918084608 King Of Irish DalRiata Eochaid Muinremur.[2],[3],[203],[7] Born bef 0400. Eochaid Muinremur

died bef 0439, he was 39.[2]

661459042304 i. Ercc (ca0400-0474)

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