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Hercules Lybius ben Dodanin1

d. 1714 B.C.
Hercules Lybius ben Dodanin|d. 1714 B.C.|p276.htm#i13985|Dodanim ben Javan||p118.htm#i13986||||Javan ben Japheth||p118.htm#i13972||||||||||
FatherDodanim ben Javan2
     Hercules Lybius ben Dodanin was the son of Dodanim ben Javan.2 Hercules Lybius ben Dodanin died 1714 B.C..1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Javan, 14.
  2. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 10:4.

King Amenemhet III of Egypt1

d. 1797 BCE
King Amenemhet III of Egypt|d. 1797 BCE|p276.htm#i24735|N. N. of Egypt||p219.htm#i24739||||King Sen-Wosret I. of Egypt||p219.htm#i24740||||||||||
FatherN. N. of Egypt2
     King Amenemhet III of Egypt was the son of N. N. of Egypt.2 King Amenemhet III of Egypt died 1797 BCE.1 He was the predecessor of King Amenemhet IV of Egypt; King of Egypt.3 King of Egypt at 12th dynasty 1844/3-1797 (or 1818 - 1770).1,3,4 King Amenemhet III of Egypt was the successor of King Sen-Wosret III of Egypt; King of Egypt.3,5 King Amenemhet III of Egypt retained the empire won by his predecessors in Nubia.4 He ruled for 46 years.1 King Amenemhet III of Egypt was buried in the Pyramid, Dahshur, or Hawara.3

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Child

Citations

  1. [S1132] DFA (4000 yr), online, 8..
  2. [S1132] DFA (4000 yr), online, 7.
  3. [S653] PoH, online http://www.friesian.com/
  4. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Amenemhet III (k. of Egy.).
  5. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Sesostris III (k. of Egy.).

Amauri III, 6th seigneur de Montfort

b. circa 1080, d. 18 or 19 April
Amauri III, 6th seigneur de Montfort|b. c 1080\nd. 18 or 19 April|p276.htm#i6833|Simon I, seigneur de Montfort|b. 1025\nd. 1087|p352.htm#i5258|Agnes d' Évereux|b. c 1042?|p45.htm#i5259|Amauri I., 1st seigneur de Montfort|b. 993\nd. c 1053|p343.htm#i5260|Bertrade (?)|b. 995|p45.htm#i5261|Richard, 2nd comte d' Évereux|b. 986\nd. 1067|p347.htm#i5263|Adelaide de Barcelona|b. 1004\nd. 1051|p343.htm#i5264|
FatherSimon I, seigneur de Montfort1 b. 1025, d. 1087
MotherAgnes d' Évereux b. circa 1042?
     Amauri III, 6th seigneur de Montfort was said, by both Oderic and Robert de Torigny, to be the son of Simon I by Agnes, sister of William, Count of Evreux.2 He was a witness where Simon I, seigneur de Montfort attested, with his son Amauri, another charter of Philip confirming the gift to St. Magloire by "quidam miles de castro qui Montefortis vocatur Symon nomine" of the churches of St. Peter and St. Laurence situate "in eodem castro" as "S. Simonis de castro Montefortis ... S. Almarici Simonis filii" in 1072.1 Amauri III, 6th seigneur de Montfort was born circa 1080 at Montfort, Yvelines, Île-de-France, France. He was the son of Simon I, seigneur de Montfort and Agnes d' Évereux.1 Amauri III, 6th seigneur de Montfort was the successor of Simon II "le Jeune", 5th seigneur de Montfort; 5th Seigneur of Montfort.3 Amauri III, 6th seigneur de Montfort assisted William II against his brother Simon's castles of Montfort and Epernon in 1098.2 He was a witness where Simon II "le Jeune", 5th seigneur de Montfort defended his castles of Montfort and Epernon successfully against William II, and his own brother Amauri, but was himself taken prisoner in this war, in 1098.3 Amauri III, 6th seigneur de Montfort supported the claim of William de Bréteuil's Burgundian nephew, Renaud de Grancei, to succeed to his estates against that of his Breton nephew's, William de Gael, in 1103.2 6th Seigneur of Montfort at France.2 He married Richeude de Hainaut, daughter of Baudouin II "de Jerusalem", comte de Hainaut and Gräfin von Hennegau Ida von Löwen, in 1110?; His 1st.2 Amauri III, 6th seigneur de Montfort and Richeude de Hainaut were divorced; Separated for possible consanquinity?2 Amauri III, 6th seigneur de Montfort married Agnes de Garlande, daughter of Anseau de Garlande, senechal de France and Agnès de Rochefort Montlhéry, before 1120; His 2nd.2 Amauri III, 6th seigneur de Montfort died 18 or 19 April at year unknown.4 He was the predecessor of Amauri, 7th seigneur de Montfort; 7th Seigneur of Montfort.4

Family 1

Richeude de Hainaut b. 1090?

Family 2

Agnes de Garlande b. circa 1098?, d. 1181
Children

Citations

  1. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VII:App.D:710.
  2. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VII:App.D:713.
  3. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VII:App.D:712.
  4. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VII:App.D:714.

Bedsu'el the Canaanite1

d. 1832 B.C.
Bedsu'el the Canaanite|d. 1832 B.C.|p276.htm#i13046|Shua the Canaanite||p107.htm#i13050||||||||||||||||
FatherShua the Canaanite2
     Bedsu'el the Canaanite was the daughter of Shua the Canaanite.2 Bedsu'el the Canaanite died 1832 B.C. At 2168 A.M., in the fifth year of this week.3 She married Judah ben Jacob the Israelite, son of Patriarch Jacob ben Isaac the Semite and Leah bat Laban the Semite; Jubilees 41: 7 "... Bedsu'el, the wife of Judah."4 Also called Betasu'el.5

Family

Judah ben Jacob the Israelite
Children

Citations

  1. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, 41:7.
  2. [S275] ., KJV, Book of 1 Chronicles, Chapter 2:3.
  3. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 41:7.
  4. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Book of Jubilees, 41:7.
  5. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, 34:20.

Patriarch Abraham ben Tarakr the Semite1,2

b. 1996 BCE, d. 1896 BCE
Patriarch Abraham ben Tarakr the Semite|b. 1996 BCE\nd. 1896 BCE|p276.htm#i13071|Tarakr ben Nahor the Semite|b. 2126 BCE\nd. 1921 BCE|p276.htm#i13073|'Edna bat 'Abram (?)|b. 2192 B.C.|p110.htm#i13308|Nahor b. S. the Semite|b. 2155 BCE|p108.htm#i13093|'Ijaska bat Nestag of the Chaldees||p110.htm#i13306|'Abram (?)|d. 2125 B.C.|p276.htm#i13310|N. N. the Semite||p111.htm#i13309|
FatherTarakr ben Nahor the Semite3 b. 2126 BCE, d. 1921 BCE
Mother'Edna bat 'Abram (?)4 b. 2192 B.C.
     Patriarch Abraham ben Tarakr the Semite died 1896 BCE at Canaan. He arrived in Canaan at the age of 75 years old, and until his death, 100 years later, for "so long he was a sojourner in a strange country" 1921 BCE at Canaan.5,6 He was the son of Tarakr ben Nahor the Semite and 'Edna bat 'Abram (?).3,4 Patriarch Abraham ben Tarakr the Semite was born 1996 BCE at Ur, Sumeria.7 He was the father of Patriarch Isaac ben Abraham the Semite; the son of Abraham and his first wife, Sarah.8 Patriarch Abraham ben Tarakr the Semite bought a field from Ephrom, son of Zahar the Hittite.1 He was per Genesis 11:27 and Luke 3:34, the son of Thara/Tara, and, per Jubilees, his wife 'Edna.9,10 He lived to be 175 years old, per Genesis.11 Patriarch Abraham ben Tarakr the Semite was buried in the cave of Machpelah, near Mamre. Gen. 25:9 "And his sons Isaac and Ishmael buried him in the cave of Machpelah, in the field of Ephron the son of Zohar the Hittite, which is before Mamre."1,12 Also called Abram Before he made his covenant with God, he was called Abram.1 He was a wealthy livestock owner.1 He married Sarah the Semite, daughter of Tarakr ben Nahor the Semite; His 1st. Half-siblings (different mother's). Gen. 11:29 "And Abram and Nahor took them wives: the name of Abram's wife was Sarai"; Jubilees 12:9-10 "... Abram took to himself a wife, and her name was Sarai, the daughter of his father."1,13,14 Patriarch Abraham ben Tarakr the Semite married Hagar the Egyptian at Caanan; His 2nd. She the handmaiden of his 1st, Sarah. Gen 16:3 "And Sarai Abram's wife took Hagar her maid the Egyptian, after Abram had dwelt ten years in the land of Canaan, and gave her to her husband Abram to be his wife."15 Patriarch Abraham ben Tarakr the Semite married Keturah (?); His 3rd.16,17 Patriarch Abraham ben Tarakr the Semite was the father of Ishmael ben Abraham the Semite; the son of Abraham and Hagar, the handmaid of Sarah.18 Patriarch Abraham ben Tarakr the Semite was the father of Midian ben Abraham the Semite; the son of Abraham and his third wife, Keturah.19

Family 1

Keturah (?)
Child

Family 2

Hagar the Egyptian
Child

Family 3

Sarah the Semite
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 329-96.
  2. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Ishmael, 21.
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 329-97.
  4. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Book of Jubilees, 11:15.
  5. [S907] Matthew Henry, Henry's, under Genesis 25:1.
  6. [S1126] ?, "Essays", James Ussher and the Creation of the World: Genesis 12:04.
  7. [S1126] ?, "Essays", James Ussher and the Creation of the World: Genesis 11:32, 12:4.
  8. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 21:2-3; Luke 3:34; Matthew 1:2.
  9. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 11:27, Luke 3:34.
  10. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 11:13.
  11. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 25:7.
  12. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 25:9.
  13. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 11:29.
  14. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Book of Jubilees, 12:9-10.
  15. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 16:3.
  16. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 19:11.
  17. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 25:1.
  18. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 25:12.
  19. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 25:2.
  20. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 25:12.

Tarakr ben Nahor the Semite1

b. 2126 BCE, d. 1921 BCE
Tarakr ben Nahor the Semite|b. 2126 BCE\nd. 1921 BCE|p276.htm#i13073|Nahor ben Serug the Semite|b. 2155 BCE|p108.htm#i13093|'Ijaska bat Nestag of the Chaldees||p110.htm#i13306|Serug b. R. the Semite|b. 2185 BCE|p108.htm#i13094|Melka b. K. the Semite|b. 2311 B.C.|p109.htm#i13218|Nestag of the Chaldees||p110.htm#i13307||||
FatherNahor ben Serug the Semite2 b. 2155 BCE
Mother'Ijaska bat Nestag of the Chaldees3
     Tarakr ben Nahor the Semite died 1921 BCE at Haran. Genesis 11:32 "And the days of Terah were two hundred and five years: and Terah died in Haran."4 He married 'Edna bat 'Abram (?), daughter of 'Abram (?) and N. N. the Semite; 1st cousins. Jubilees 11:14 "Terah took to himself a wife, and her name was 'Edna ... the daughter of his father's sister."5 Tarakr ben Nahor the Semite was born 2126 BCE.6 He was the son of Nahor ben Serug the Semite and 'Ijaska bat Nestag of the Chaldees.2,3 Tarakr ben Nahor the Semite was per Genesis 11:24 and Luke 3:34, the son of Nachor, and per Jubilees, his wife 'Ijaska.7,8 Also called Terah.1 He was the father of Haran ben Tarakr the Semite; the eldest son of Terah, brother of Abraham and Nahor.9

Family 1

'Edna bat 'Abram (?) b. 2192 B.C.
Child

Family 2

Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 329-97.
  2. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 11:22.
  3. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Book of Jubilees, 11:10.
  4. [S275] ., KJV, Gen. 11:32.
  5. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 11:13.
  6. [S1126] ?, "Essays", James Ussher and the Creation of the World: Genesis 11:24.
  7. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 11:24, Luke 3:34.
  8. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 11:8.
  9. [S904] Matthew George Easton (1823-1894), Easton's.
  10. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 11:27.
  11. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 24:15 "...behold, Rebekah came out, who was born to Bethuel, son of Milcah, the wife of Nahor, Abraham's brother, with her pitcher upon her shoulder.".

King Amenemhat I of Egypt1

d. 1962 or 1908 BCE
King Amenemhat I of Egypt|d. 1962 or 1908 BCE|p276.htm#i24744|Sen-Wosret of Egypt||p219.htm#i24745||||||||||||||||
FatherSen-Wosret of Egypt2
     King Amenemhat I of Egypt was the son of Sen-Wosret of Egypt.2 King Amenemhat I of Egypt died 1962 or 1908 BCE. He was ultimately assassinated, a sort of act that was rare in Egyptian history.3,1,4 He was the predecessor of King Sen-Wosret I of Egypt; King of Egypt.3,5 King Amenemhat I of Egypt overthrew the previous dynasty, the 11th, and it's king, Mentuhotep III, 1991 or 1938 BCE.3 King of Egypt at 12th Dynasty 1991-1962 (or 1938-1908) BCE.3,6 He moved the capital back to the Memphite area, founding a residence named Itj-towy "[Amenemhet is] he who takes possession of the Two Lands," which was for later times the archetypal royal residence.4 King Amenemhat I of Egypt was buried in the Pyramid, al-Lisht, Egypt.3 He was the first king of the 12th Dynasty.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1132] DFA (4000 yr), online, 2..
  2. [S1132] DFA (4000 yr), online, 1..
  3. [S653] PoH, online http://www.friesian.com/
  4. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Egypt, The 12th dynasty (1938-c. 1756 BC).
  5. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Sesostris I (k. of Egy.).
  6. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Amenemhet I (k. of Egy.).

Werner III, Graf im Lobdengau1

d. 20 January, earliest 0877
Werner III, Graf im Lobdengau|d. 20 January, earliest 0877|p276.htm#i25216|Werner II, Graf im Wormsgau|b. c 803\nd. a 847|p309.htm#i9692|Oda vom Wormsgau||p179.htm#i25218|Werner I., Präfekt des Ostlandes|b. b 783\nd. 814|p306.htm#i9689|Friderun (?)|b. c 786|p74.htm#i9690|Graf Robert I. vom Wormsgau||p179.htm#i25219||||
FatherWerner II, Graf im Wormsgau1 b. circa 803, d. after 847
MotherOda vom Wormsgau1
     Werner III, Graf im Lobdengau was the son of Werner II, Graf im Wormsgau and Oda vom Wormsgau.1 Werner III, Graf im Lobdengau was the successor of Werner II, Graf im Wormsgau; Count.2 Count at Lobdengau in 858.3 Werner III, Graf im Lobdengau died 20 January, earliest 0877.4

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Child

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Salier.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Salier, 815-837.
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Salier, 858.
  4. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Salier, 20.1. frühestens 877.

'Abram (?)

d. 2125 B.C.
     'Abram (?) died 2125 B.C. At 1875 A.M., in the thirty-ninth jubilee, in the second week before the seventh year.1 He was the father of 'Edna bat 'Abram (?); the daughter of 'Abram.1 'Abram (?) married N. N. the Semite, daughter of Serug ben Reu the Semite.

Family

N. N. the Semite
Child

Citations

  1. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 11:13.

évêque de Poitiers St. Emmeram de Poitiers1,2,3

b. between 600 and 650, d. 22 Sep, before 696
     Évêque de Poitiers St. Emmeram de Poitiers was of a noble family of Aquitaine.3 He was born between 600 and 650 at Poitiers, France.3 He heard that the inhabitants of Bavaria were still idolaters, he determined to carry the light of the Faith to them circa 693.3 He left Poitiers, and ascending the Loire, crossing the Black Forest, and going down the Danube, he reached Ratisbon in a region then governed by the Duke Theodo circa 694.3 He laboured in Bavaria, preaching and converting the people, acquiring also a renown for holiness, between 694 and 696.3 He turned his steps towards Rome, to visit the tombs of Sts. Peter and Paul, 17 Sep, before 696.3 He was tortured by "envoys of the Duke of Bavaria" for supposedly impregnating his daughter before 22 September at Kleinhelfendorf, Bavaria.3 He died 22 Sep, before 696 at Ascheim, Bavaria. Suspected of impregnating Oda, daughter of Duke Theodo, her brother, Lambert, mutilated him and left him at a crossroads to die, a customary death for adulterers. He in fact took the blame for Sigipaldus, a member of her father's court, to protect her. This selfless act earned him martyrdom at her brother's hands. At Ascheim, where he died, a martyr's chapel built in his honour.1,2,3 Évêque de Poitiers St. Emmeram de Poitiers was buried in the Church of St. George, Ratisbon, Bavaria.3 "According to the legend related by Aribo, Bishop of Freising, the first to write a life of St. Emmeram, Ota, daughter of the Duke of Bavaria, who had been seduced by Sigipaldus, an important personage of her father's court, fearing her father's wrath, confessed her fault to the bishop. Moved with compassion, he advised her to name himself, whom every one respected, as her seducer, and it was in consequence of this accusation that Theodo ordered him to be followed and put to death. The improbability of the tale, the details of the saint's martyrdom, which are certainly untrue, and the fantastic account of the prodigies attending his death show that the writer, infected by the pious mania of his time, simply added to the facts imaginary details supposed to redound to the glory of the martyr."3

Citations

  1. [S175] Christian Settipani, AdC, pg. 52.
  2. [S1023] Charles Fouracre, Fouracre, C., pg. 104.
  3. [S585] Transcribed by Douglas J. Potter The Catholic Encyclopedia, Vol V, St. Emmeram.

Methuselah ben Enoch of Êldâ1

b. 3317 BCE, d. 2344 B.C.
Methuselah ben Enoch of Êldâ|b. 3317 BCE\nd. 2344 B.C.|p276.htm#i13103|Enoch ben Jared of Êldâ|b. 3382 BCE\nd. 3013 or 3113 B.C.|p276.htm#i13104|Edna bat Danel of Êldâ|b. 3476 B.C.|p109.htm#i13204|Jared b. M. of Êldâ|b. 3544 BCE\nd. 2578 or 2577 B.C.|p276.htm#i13105|Baraka b. R. of Êldâ|b. 3540 B.C.|p109.htm#i13202|Danel b. M. of Êldâ|b. 3540 B.C.|p109.htm#i13205||||
FatherEnoch ben Jared of Êldâ2,3 b. 3382 BCE, d. 3013 or 3113 B.C.
MotherEdna bat Danel of Êldâ b. 3476 B.C.
     Methuselah ben Enoch of Êldâ died 2344 B.C. At 1656 A.M.. All the days of Methuselah were nine hundred sixty and nine years: and he died.4 He lived after he begat Lamech seven hundred eighty and two (782) years, and begat sons and daughters 3126-2344 B.C. At 874-1656 A.M..5 He lived an hundred eighty and seven (187) years, and begat Lamech 3126 or 3226 B.C. At 874 or 774 A.M..6 He was born 3317 BCE.7 He was the son of Enoch ben Jared of Êldâ and Edna bat Danel of Êldâ.2,3 Methuselah ben Enoch of Êldâ married Edna bat Azrial of Êldâ, daughter of Azrial ben Jared of Êldâ, 3348 B.C. At 652 A.M., in the fourteenth jubilee; 1st cousins. Jubilees 4:27 "Methuselah took unto himself a wife, Edna ... the daughter of his father's brother."8 Methuselah ben Enoch of Êldâ was the father of Lamech ben Methusaleh of Êldâ; per Genesis 5:25 and Luke 3:37, the son of Mathusala, and per Jubilees 4:27, his cousin Edna.8,9 Methuselah ben Enoch of Êldâ was moreover with the angels of God these six jubilees of years, and they showed him everything which is on earth and in the heavens, the rule of the sun, and he wrote down everything. And he testified to the Watchers, who had sinned with the daughters of men; for these had begun to unite themselves, so as to be defiled, with the daughters of men, and Enoch testified against (them) all. And he was taken from amongst the children of men, and we conducted him into the Garden of Eden in majesty and honour, and behold there he writes down the condemnation and judgment of the world, and all the wickedness of the children of men. And on account of it (God) brought the waters of the flood upon all the land of Eden; for there he was set as a sign and that he should testify against all the children of men, that he should recount all the deeds of the generations until the day of condemnation. And he burnt the incense of the sanctuary, (even) sweet spices acceptable before the Lord on the Mount.10 He was per Genesis 5:21 and Luke 3:37, the son of Enoch, and per Jubilees 4:20, and his cousin Edna.11,12 He was the father of Râkê'êl ben Methuselah of Êldâ; the son of Methuselah (as Noah's uncle).13

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Edna bat Azrial of Êldâ b. 3411 B.C.
Child

Citations

  1. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 5:21.
  2. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 5:18.
  3. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 67.
  4. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:27.
  5. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:26.
  6. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:25 (Jubilees 100 years behind).
  7. [S1126] ?, "Essays", James Ussher and the Creation of the World: Genesis 5:21.
  8. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:27.
  9. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:25; Luke 3:37.
  10. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Chapter 4:21-26.
  11. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:21; Luke 3:37.
  12. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:20.
  13. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:33.

Jared ben Mahalaleel of Êldâ1

b. 3544 BCE, d. 2578 or 2577 B.C.
Jared ben Mahalaleel of Êldâ|b. 3544 BCE\nd. 2578 or 2577 B.C.|p276.htm#i13105|Mahalaleel ben Cainan of Êldâ|b. 3609 BCE\nd. 2710 B.C.|p276.htm#i13106|Dinah bat Barakiel of Êldâ|b. 3603 B.C.|p109.htm#i13200|Cainan b. E. of Êldâ|b. 3679 BCE\nd. 2765 B.C.|p276.htm#i13107|Mûalêlêth b. E. of Êldâ|b. 3673 B.C.|p109.htm#i13199|Barakiel b. E. of Êldâ||p109.htm#i13201||||
FatherMahalaleel ben Cainan of Êldâ2,3 b. 3609 BCE, d. 2710 B.C.
MotherDinah bat Barakiel of Êldâ b. 3603 B.C.
     Jared ben Mahalaleel of Êldâ died 2578 or 2577 B.C. At 1422 or 1423 A.M.. All the days of Jared were nine hundred sixty and two (962) years: and he died.4 He lived after he begat Enoch eight hundred (800) years, and begat sons and daughters 3378-2578 B.C. At 622-1422 A.M..5 He was lived an hundred sixty and two (162) years, and he begat Enoch 3378 B.C. At 622 A.M..6 He married Baraka bat Râsûjâl of Êldâ, daughter of Râsûjâl ben Cainan of Êldâ, 3488-3482 B.C. At 512-518 A.M., in the eleventh jubilee, in the fourth week of this jubilee; 1st cousins. Jubilees 4:16 "Jared took to himself a wife, and her name was Baraka, the ... daughter of his father's brother."7 Jared ben Mahalaleel of Êldâ was the son of Mahalaleel ben Cainan of Êldâ and Dinah bat Barakiel of Êldâ.2,3 Jared ben Mahalaleel of Êldâ was born 3544 BCE.8 He was the father of Enoch ben Jared of Êldâ; per Genesis 5:18 and Luke 3:37, the son of Jared, and per Jubilees 4:16, his cousin Baraka.7,9 Genesis and Jubilees were synchronized in their timeframes until Jared time. Genesis, however, gives Jared's birth 460 years after Adam (Anno Mundi) and Jubilees, the third week in the sixth year or the tenth jubilee, calculates to 461 A.M.. Genesis says he was 162 years old when he begat Enoch. This calculates to 622 A.M. in Genesis time. Jubilees says Enoch was born in the 5th week, in the fourth year, in the eleventh Jubilee, or 522 A.M.. There is now a 100 year difference, with Genesis ahead. Adam was 130 years old when he begat Seth. Seth was 105 when he begat Enos. Enos was 90 when he begat Cainan. Cainan was 70 when he begat Mahalaleel. Mahaleel was 65 when he begat Jared. Within Genesis and Jubilees, timeframes were become more "realistic" until now. Jubilees works out to Jared being 61 years old when he begat Enoch. Genesis 162. Jubilees 4:15 "In his days the angels of the Lord descended on the earth, those who are named the Watchers, that they should instruct the children of men, and that they should do judgment and uprightness on the earth."10
Jared ben Mahalaleel of Êldâ was per Genesis 5:15 and Luke 3:37, the son of Maleleel, and per Jubilees 4:15, his cousin Barakiel.11,12 He was the father of Azrial ben Jared of Êldâ; per Jubilees 4:27, the son of Jared (as Methusaleh's uncle).13

Family 1

Baraka bat Râsûjâl of Êldâ b. 3540 B.C.
Child

Family 2

Child

Citations

  1. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 5:15.
  2. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 5:12.
  3. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 67.
  4. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:20, implies 1422 A.M. (Jubilees is one year ahead).
  5. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:19.
  6. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:18.
  7. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:16.
  8. [S1126] ?, "Essays", James Ussher and the Creation of the World: Genesis 5:15.
  9. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:18; Luke 3:37.
  10. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Chapter 4:15.
  11. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:15; Luke 3:37.
  12. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:15.
  13. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:27.

Tenefan ap Lludd of Britain1

d. 26 BC
Tenefan ap Lludd of Britain|d. 26 BC|p276.htm#i10325|God of Healing Lludd Llaw Ereint of Britain (Mythical)|b. 0080 B.C.|p80.htm#i10330||||Beli M. the Cambrian (Mythical)|b. 0110 B.C.|p80.htm#i10331|Don f. M. (?)|b. c 105 B.C.|p91.htm#i11491|||||||
FatherGod of Healing Lludd Llaw Ereint of Britain (Mythical)2 b. 0080 B.C.
     Tenefan ap Lludd of Britain was the son of God of Healing Lludd Llaw Ereint of Britain (Mythical).2 Tenefan ap Lludd of Britain died 26 BC.2,1 Duke of Cornwall at Britain.3 He succeeded Cassibellaun to the throne of Britain.3 He was the brother of Androgeus.3 Also called Tenancius.2 Also called Tenuantius.3 Also called Theomantius of the Trinovantes.2

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Tenuantius ap Lludd, 57.
  2. [S232] David Starr Jordan & Sarah Louise Kimball, Your Family Tree, pg 64..
  3. [S624] Geoffrey of Monmouth, Geoffrey of Monmouth, Book IV, Chapt. 11.

Sir Henry Wentworth of Nettlestead1

b. circa 1447, d. 27 Feb 1501 or August 1499
Sir Henry Wentworth of Nettlestead|b. c 1447\nd. 27 Feb 1501 or August 1499|p276.htm#i26046|Sir Philip Wentworth of Nettlestead|b. c 1417?\nd. 18 May 1464|p432.htm#i26044|Mary Clifford|b. c 1420?|p225.htm#i26045|||||||John, 7th Lord Clifford|b. c 1388\nd. 13 Mar 1422|p429.htm#i26043|Lady Elizabeth de Percy|d. 26 Oct 1437|p430.htm#i26042|
FatherSir Philip Wentworth of Nettlestead1 b. circa 1417?, d. 18 May 1464
MotherMary Clifford1 b. circa 1420?
     Sir Henry Wentworth of Nettlestead married Anne Say.1 Sir Henry Wentworth of Nettlestead was born circa 1447.1 He was the son of Sir Philip Wentworth of Nettlestead and Mary Clifford.1 Sir Henry Wentworth of Nettlestead died 27 Feb 1501 or August 1499.1

Family

Anne Say
Child

Citations

  1. [S1212] Pas on Seymour, online http://worldroots.com/brigitte/famous/e/…, .
  2. [S1212] Pas on Seymour, online http://worldroots.com/brigitte/famous/e/…

James "the Just"1

b. 0001 A.D., September, d. 27 Jul 0082
James "the Just"|b. 0001 A.D., September\nd. 27 Jul 0082|p276.htm#i15106|Joseph ha-David|b. 0029 B.C.\nd. 0026 AD|p266.htm#i13196||||Prince of Judah Jacob "Nasi" ha-David|d. 0023 B.C.|p266.htm#i13193||||||||||
FatherJoseph ha-David1 b. 0029 B.C., d. 0026 AD
     James "the Just" was born 0001 A.D., September. Secondborn, in the proper timeframe for the Davidic heritage, which made him more a "legitimate" heir to David than Jesus himself.2 He was the son of Joseph ha-David.1 James "the Just" died 27 Jul 0082.3,4 He was a witness where Jesus "the Christ" supported by the Hellenists (westernized Jews) as the rightful Christ (from Greek Christos, meaning King) in opposition to his younger, but legitimate, brother James __ ___ 0023.5 James "the Just" was supported by the orthodox Hebrews as the rightful Christ (from Greek Christos, meaning King) in opposition to his older, but illegitimate, brother Jesus __ ___ 0023.5 He was formally excommunicated __ ___ 0062 at Jerusalem.6 He arrived in Glastonbury __ ___ 0063.3 Also called Joseph of Arimathea A name based on position. There were in fact many "Joseph's of Arimathea."

Citations

  1. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Matthew, 13:55.
  2. [S317] The Chevalier Labran de St. Germain Laurence Gardner, Gardner's Bloodline, 42.
  3. [S317] The Chevalier Labran de St. Germain Laurence Gardner, Gardner's Bloodline, 138.
  4. [S319] Cressy, Church History.
  5. [S317] The Chevalier Labran de St. Germain Laurence Gardner, Gardner's Bloodline, 43.
  6. [S317] The Chevalier Labran de St. Germain Laurence Gardner, Gardner's Bloodline, 139.

Mahalaleel ben Cainan of Êldâ1

b. 3609 BCE, d. 2710 B.C.
Mahalaleel ben Cainan of Êldâ|b. 3609 BCE\nd. 2710 B.C.|p276.htm#i13106|Cainan ben Enos of Êldâ|b. 3679 BCE\nd. 2765 B.C.|p276.htm#i13107|Mûalêlêth bat Enos of Êldâ|b. 3673 B.C.|p109.htm#i13199|Enos b. S. of Êldâ|b. 3769 BCE\nd. 2860 B.C.|p276.htm#i13108|Nôâm b. S. of Êldâ|b. 3763 B.C.|p109.htm#i13198|Enos b. S. of Êldâ|b. 3769 BCE\nd. 2860 B.C.|p276.htm#i13108|Nôâm b. S. of Êldâ|b. 3763 B.C.|p109.htm#i13198|
FatherCainan ben Enos of Êldâ2,3 b. 3679 BCE, d. 2765 B.C.
MotherMûalêlêth bat Enos of Êldâ b. 3673 B.C.
     Mahalaleel ben Cainan of Êldâ died 2710 B.C. At 1290 A.M.. All the days of Mahalaleel were eight hundred ninety and five (895) years: and he died.4 He lived after he begat Jared eight hundred and thirty (830) years, and begat sons and daughters 3540-2710 B.C. At 460-1290 A.M..5 He lived sixty and five (65) years, and begat Jared 3540 B.C. At 460 A.M..6 He married Dinah bat Barakiel of Êldâ, daughter of Barakiel ben Enos of Êldâ, 3551-3545 B.C. At 449-455 A.M., in the second week of the tenth jubilee; 1st cousins. Jubilees 4:15 "Mahalalel took unto him to wife Dinah, ... the daughter of his father's brother."7 Mahalaleel ben Cainan of Êldâ was the son of Cainan ben Enos of Êldâ and Mûalêlêth bat Enos of Êldâ.2,3 Mahalaleel ben Cainan of Êldâ was born 3609 BCE.8 He was the father of Jared ben Mahalaleel of Êldâ; per Genesis 5:15 and Luke 3:37, the son of Maleleel, and per Jubilees 4:15, his cousin Barakiel.9,10 Mahalaleel ben Cainan of Êldâ was per Genesis 5:12 and Luke 3:27, the son of Cainan (Kenan) and per Jubilees 4:14, his sister Mualeleth.11,12 He was the father of Danel ben Mahalalel of Êldâ; the son of Mahalaleel (Enoch's uncle).13

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Dinah bat Barakiel of Êldâ b. 3603 B.C.
Child

Citations

  1. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 5:12.
  2. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 5:9.
  3. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 67.
  4. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:17.
  5. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:16.
  6. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:15.
  7. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Book of Jubilees, 4:15.
  8. [S1126] ?, "Essays", James Ussher and the Creation of the World: Genesis 5:12.
  9. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:15; Luke 3:37.
  10. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:15.
  11. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:12; Luke 3:37.
  12. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:14.
  13. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:20.

Cainan ben Enos of Êldâ1

b. 3679 BCE, d. 2765 B.C.
Cainan ben Enos of Êldâ|b. 3679 BCE\nd. 2765 B.C.|p276.htm#i13107|Enos ben Seth of Êldâ|b. 3769 BCE\nd. 2860 B.C.|p276.htm#i13108|Nôâm bat Seth of Êldâ|b. 3763 B.C.|p109.htm#i13198|Seth b. A. of Êldâ|b. 3874 BCE\nd. 2958 B.C.|p276.htm#i13109|Azûrâ b. A. of Êldâ|b. 3866-3860 B.C.|p109.htm#i13197|Seth b. A. of Êldâ|b. 3874 BCE\nd. 2958 B.C.|p276.htm#i13109|Azûrâ b. A. of Êldâ|b. 3866-3860 B.C.|p109.htm#i13197|
FatherEnos ben Seth of Êldâ2,3 b. 3769 BCE, d. 2860 B.C.
MotherNôâm bat Seth of Êldâ b. 3763 B.C.
     Cainan ben Enos of Êldâ died 2765 B.C. At 1235 A.M.. All the days of Cainan were nine hundred and ten (910) years: and he died.4 He lived after he begat Mahalaleel eight hundred and forty (840) years, and begat sons and daughters 3605-2765 B.C. At 395-1235 A.M..5 He lived seventy (70) years, and begat Mahalaleel 3605 B.C. At 395 A.M..6 He married Mûalêlêth bat Enos of Êldâ, daughter of Enos ben Seth of Êldâ and Nôâm bat Seth of Êldâ, 3608 B.C. At 392 A.M., say, at the close of the eighth jubilee; Jubilee 4:14 "Kenan took Mualeleth his sister to be his wife."7 Cainan ben Enos of Êldâ was the son of Enos ben Seth of Êldâ and Nôâm bat Seth of Êldâ.2,3 Cainan ben Enos of Êldâ was born 3679 BCE.8 He was the father of Mahalaleel ben Cainan of Êldâ; per Genesis 5:12 and Luke 3:27, the son of Cainan (Kenan) and per Jubilees 4:14, his sister Mualeleth.9,7 Also called Kenan.10 Cainan ben Enos of Êldâ was per Genesis 5:9 and Luke 3:38, the son of Enos, and (per Jubilees) his sister Noam.10,11 He was the father of Râsûjâl ben Cainan of Êldâ; the son of Cainan (as Jared's uncle).12

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Mûalêlêth bat Enos of Êldâ b. 3673 B.C.
Child

Citations

  1. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 5:9.
  2. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 5:6.
  3. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 67.
  4. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:14.
  5. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:13.
  6. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:12.
  7. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:14.
  8. [S1126] ?, "Essays", James Ussher and the Creation of the World: Genesis 5:09.
  9. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:12; Luke 3:37.
  10. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:13.
  11. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:9, Luke 3:38.
  12. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:16.

Enos ben Seth of Êldâ1

b. 3769 BCE, d. 2860 B.C.
Enos ben Seth of Êldâ|b. 3769 BCE\nd. 2860 B.C.|p276.htm#i13108|Seth ben Adam of Êldâ|b. 3874 BCE\nd. 2958 B.C.|p276.htm#i13109|Azûrâ bat Adam of Êldâ|b. 3866-3860 B.C.|p109.htm#i13197|Adam of Eden|b. 4004 BCE\nd. 3070 B.C.|p276.htm#i13110|Eve of Eden||p108.htm#i13111|Adam of Eden|b. 4004 BCE\nd. 3070 B.C.|p276.htm#i13110|Eve of Eden||p108.htm#i13111|
FatherSeth ben Adam of Êldâ2,3 b. 3874 BCE, d. 2958 B.C.
MotherAzûrâ bat Adam of Êldâ b. 3866-3860 B.C.
     Enos ben Seth of Êldâ died 2860 B.C. At 1140 A.M.. All his days were nine hundred and five (905) years: and he died.4 He lived after he begat Cainan eight hundred and fifteen (815) years, and begat sons and daughters: 3675-2860 B.C. At 325-1140 A.M..5 He he lived ninety (90) years and begat Cainan 3675 B.C. At 325 A.M..6 He married Nôâm bat Seth of Êldâ, daughter of Seth ben Adam of Êldâ and Azûrâ bat Adam of Êldâ, 3691-3685 B.C. At 309-315 A.M., in the seventh jubilee in the third week; Jubilee 4:13 "Enos took Noam his sister to be his wife."7 Enos ben Seth of Êldâ was the son of Seth ben Adam of Êldâ and Azûrâ bat Adam of Êldâ.2,3 Enos ben Seth of Êldâ was born 3769 BCE.8 He was the father of Cainan ben Enos of Êldâ; per Genesis 5:9 and Luke 3:38, the son of Enos, and (per Jubilees) his sister Noam.9,10 Enos ben Seth of Êldâ was the son of Seth (per Genesis and Luke) and his sister Azura (per Jubilees).11,12 He was the father of Mûalêlêth bat Enos of Êldâ; per Jubilees the daughter of Enos and Noam.13

Family 1

Nôâm bat Seth of Êldâ b. 3763 B.C.
Children

Family 2

Child

Citations

  1. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 5:6.
  2. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 5:3.
  3. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 67.
  4. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:11.
  5. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:10.
  6. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:9.
  7. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees, 4:13.
  8. [S1126] ?, "Essays", James Ussher and the Creation of the World: Genesis 5:06.
  9. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:13.
  10. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:9, Luke 3:38.
  11. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:6; Luke 3:38.
  12. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:12,13.
  13. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:14.

Mathilda von Schwaben1

b. circa 988, d. 29 July, 1031/2
Mathilda von Schwaben|b. c 988\nd. 29 July, 1031/2|p276.htm#i8074|Hermann II, Herzog von Schwaben|b. bt 945 - 950\nd. 4 May 1003|p332.htm#i8069|Gerberga, Gräfin von Werl, Herzogin von Schwaben|b. bt 965 - 966\nd. 07 July, 1018/19|p272.htm#i8068|Konrad I., Herzog von Schwaben|b. bt 915 - 920\nd. 20 Aug 997|p331.htm#i8070|Judith von Marchtal, Herzogin von Schwaben|b. c 923\nd. 25 Dec|p284.htm#i8071|Konrad III "der Friedfertige", König von Hoch-Burgund|b. c 923\nd. 19 Oct 993|p330.htm#i7461|Mathildis des Francs Occidentale|b. bt Oct 943 - Dec 943\nd. 27 Jan 982|p328.htm#i7630|
FatherHermann II, Herzog von Schwaben b. between 945 and 950, d. 4 May 1003
MotherGerberga, Gräfin von Werl, Herzogin von Schwaben b. between 965 and 966, d. 07 July, 1018/19
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Mathilda von Schwaben was oldest daughter and co-heir of Hermann II, Duke of Swabia, and Gerberga, daughter of King Conrad.2 She was born circa 988.3,2 She was the daughter of Hermann II, Herzog von Schwaben and Gerberga, Gräfin von Werl, Herzogin von Schwaben. Mathilda von Schwaben married Konrad I "der Ältere", Herzog von Franken und Kärnten, son of Otto II, Herzog von Kärnten, circa 1002; Her 1st.4,5 Duchess of Carinthia.2 Mathilda von Schwaben married Friedrich II, Herzog von Ober-Lothringen, son of Dietrich I, Herzog von Ober-Lothringen and Richilde von Bliesgau, in 1014; Her 2nd.3,2 Duchess of Upper Lorraine.2 Mathilda von Schwaben married Graf von Ballenstedt, Graf im Schwabengau und im Gau Serimunt Esiko von Ballenstedt circa 1026/27; Her 3rd (widow).2 Countess of Ballenstadt.2 Mathilda von Schwaben died 29 July, 1031/2.2

Family 1

Konrad I "der Ältere", Herzog von Franken und Kärnten b. circa 975, d. 12 December 1011
Children

Family 2

Friedrich II, Herzog von Ober-Lothringen b. circa 992, d. 13 May, 1026/7
Children

Family 3

Graf von Ballenstedt, Graf im Schwabengau und im Gau Serimunt Esiko von Ballenstedt b. circa 1000?, d. circa 1059/60
Child

Citations

  1. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 167-21.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Konradiner.
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 247-32.
  4. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 432-433, genealogy table 12, the Saxon and Franconian Dynasties.
  5. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Konradiner, c 1002.
  6. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., V:505.
  7. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, der Markgrafen von Canossa.

Herzogin von Bayern Judith von Bayern1,2

b. between 919 and 925, d. 29 June, after 985
Herzogin von Bayern Judith von Bayern|b. bt 919 - 925\nd. 29 June, after 985|p276.htm#i11298|Arnulf "der Böse", Herzog von Bayern|b. bt 885 - 890\nd. 14 Jul 937|p320.htm#i8997|Judith, Herzogin von Bayern|b. c 890|p68.htm#i8998|Luitpold, Markgraf und Herzog von Bayern|b. c 855\nd. 4 Jul 907|p315.htm#i12531|Kunigunde, Deutsche Königin|b. c 882\nd. 7 Feb 915|p316.htm#i12748|Eberhard I., Graf im Zürich- und Sülichgaus|b. c 856|p104.htm#i12758|Gisela, Gräfin im Zürichgau|b. c 868?\nd. 911|p316.htm#i25173|
FatherArnulf "der Böse", Herzog von Bayern1,3 b. between 885 and 890, d. 14 July 937
MotherJudith, Herzogin von Bayern1 b. circa 890
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Herzogin von Bayern Judith von Bayern was born between 919 and 925.1,4 She was the daughter of Arnulf "der Böse", Herzog von Bayern and Judith, Herzogin von Bayern.1,3 Herzogin von Bayern Judith von Bayern married Heinrich I "der Bayer", Herzog von Bayern, son of Heinrich I "der Sachse", König von Deutschland and Mathilde "die Heilige", Königin des ostfränkischen Reiches, in 938.1,3,5,2 Herzogin von Bayern Judith von Bayern died 29 June, after 985.6 Herzogin von Bayern Judith von Bayern was buried in Regensburg, Niedermünster.2

Family

Heinrich I "der Bayer", Herzog von Bayern b. 920, d. 1 November 955
Children

Citations

  1. [S187] Royal Genealogy Database, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Luitpoldinger.
  3. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 432-433, genealogy table 12, the Saxon and Franconian Dynasties.
  4. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Luitpoldinger, 919/25.
  5. [S614] S. Fischer-Fabian, deutschen Cäsaren, pg. 91, Stammtafel der Ottonen und Salier.
  6. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Luitpoldinger, 29.6. nach 985.
  7. [S1143] Brockhaus 2002, "Hadwig".

Seth ben Adam of Êldâ1

b. 3874 BCE, d. 2958 B.C.
Seth ben Adam of Êldâ|b. 3874 BCE\nd. 2958 B.C.|p276.htm#i13109|Adam of Eden|b. 4004 BCE\nd. 3070 B.C.|p276.htm#i13110|Eve of Eden||p108.htm#i13111|God of the Christians||p110.htm#i13294||||Adam of Eden|b. 4004 BCE\nd. 3070 B.C.|p276.htm#i13110||||
FatherAdam of Eden2,3 b. 4004 BCE, d. 3070 B.C.
MotherEve of Eden4
     Seth ben Adam of Êldâ died 2958 B.C. At 1042 A.M.. He lived to age nine hundred and twelve (912) years.5 He lived a hundred and five (105) years before his son, Enos, was born 3765 B.C. At 235 A.M..6 He lived eight hundred and seven (807) years after the birth of his son Enos, and begat sons and daughters 3765-2958 B.C. At 235-1042 A.M..7 He married Azûrâ bat Adam of Êldâ, daughter of Adam of Eden and Eve of Eden, 3775-3769 B.C. At 225-231 A.M., the fifth week of the fifth jubilee; Jubilee 4:11 "Seth took Azura his sister to be his wife."8 Seth ben Adam of Êldâ was the son of Adam of Eden and Eve of Eden.2,3,4 Seth ben Adam of Êldâ was born 3874 BCE.9 He was the father of Enos ben Seth of Êldâ; the son of Seth (per Genesis and Luke) and his sister Azura (per Jubilees).10,11 Seth ben Adam of Êldâ was the son of Adam and Eve.12,13 He was the father of Nôâm bat Seth of Êldâ; the daughter of Seth and his sister Azura.14

Family

Azûrâ bat Adam of Êldâ b. 3866-3860 B.C.
Children

Citations

  1. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 5:3.
  2. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 5:1.
  3. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 67.
  4. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 4:25; 5:3.
  5. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:8.
  6. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:6.
  7. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:7.
  8. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:11.
  9. [S1126] ?, "Essays", James Ussher and the Creation of the World: Genesis 5:03.
  10. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:6; Luke 3:38.
  11. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:12,13.
  12. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 4:25, 5:3; Luke 3:38.
  13. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:7.
  14. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:13.

Enoch ben Jared of Êldâ1

b. 3382 BCE, d. 3013 or 3113 B.C.
Enoch ben Jared of Êldâ|b. 3382 BCE\nd. 3013 or 3113 B.C.|p276.htm#i13104|Jared ben Mahalaleel of Êldâ|b. 3544 BCE\nd. 2578 or 2577 B.C.|p276.htm#i13105|Baraka bat Râsûjâl of Êldâ|b. 3540 B.C.|p109.htm#i13202|Mahalaleel b. C. of Êldâ|b. 3609 BCE\nd. 2710 B.C.|p276.htm#i13106|Dinah b. B. of Êldâ|b. 3603 B.C.|p109.htm#i13200|Râsûjâl b. C. of Êldâ|b. 3603 B.C.|p109.htm#i13203||||
FatherJared ben Mahalaleel of Êldâ2,3 b. 3544 BCE, d. 2578 or 2577 B.C.
MotherBaraka bat Râsûjâl of Êldâ b. 3540 B.C.
     Enoch ben Jared of Êldâ died 3013 or 3113 B.C. At 987 or 887 A.M.. All the days of Enoch were three hundred sixty and five years. And Enoch walked with God: and he was not; for God took him.4 He walked with God after he begat Methuselah three hundred (300) years, and begat sons and daughters 3313-3013 B.C. At 687-987 A.M..5 He lived sixty and five (65) years, and begat Methuselah 3313 or 3413 B.C. At 687 or 587 A.M..6 He was born 3382 BCE.7 He was the son of Jared ben Mahalaleel of Êldâ and Baraka bat Râsûjâl of Êldâ.2,3 Enoch ben Jared of Êldâ married Edna bat Danel of Êldâ, daughter of Danel ben Mahalalel of Êldâ, 3418-3412 B.C. At 582-588 A.M., in the twelfth jubilee, in the seventh week thereof; 1st cousins. Jubilees 4:20 "he took to himself a wife, and her name was Edna, ... the daughter of his father's brother."8 Enoch ben Jared of Êldâ was the father of Methuselah ben Enoch of Êldâ; per Genesis 5:21 and Luke 3:37, the son of Enoch, and per Jubilees 4:20, and his cousin Edna.9,8 Enoch ben Jared of Êldâ was the first to write a testimony and he testified to the sons of men among the generations of the earth, and recounted the weeks of the jubilees, and made known to them the days of the years, and set in order the months and recounted the Sabbaths of the years as we made (them), known to him.10 He was the first among men that are born on earth who learnt writing and knowledge and wisdom and who wrote down the signs of heaven according to the order of their months in a book, that men might know the seasons of the years according to the order of their separate months.11 He was per Genesis 5:18 and Luke 3:37, the son of Jared, and per Jubilees 4:16, his cousin Baraka.12,13 He was the father of Baraki'il ben Enoch of Êldâ; the son of Enoch (as Lamech's uncle).14

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Edna bat Danel of Êldâ b. 3476 B.C.
Child

Citations

  1. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 5:18.
  2. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 5:15.
  3. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 67.
  4. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:23-24, implies 987 A.M. (and Jubilees 100 years behind).
  5. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:22.
  6. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:21, implies 687 A.M. (with Jubilees 100 years behind).
  7. [S1126] ?, "Essays", James Ussher and the Creation of the World: Genesis 5:18.
  8. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:20.
  9. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:21; Luke 3:37.
  10. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Chapter 4:18,19.
  11. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:17.
  12. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:16.
  13. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:18; Luke 3:37.
  14. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:28.

Adam of Eden1

b. 4004 BCE, d. 3070 B.C.
Adam of Eden|b. 4004 BCE\nd. 3070 B.C.|p276.htm#i13110|God of the Christians||p110.htm#i13294||||||||||||||||
FatherGod of the Christians2
     . All his sons buried him in the land of his creation, and he was the first to be buried in the earth.3 He died 3070 B.C. At 930 A.M., at the close of the nineteenth jubilee, in the seventh week in the sixth year thereof. He died at age nine hundred and thirty years (930).4,5 He lived another eight hundred years after the birth of his son Seth.6 He knew Eve his wife and she bare yet nine (more) sons 3805 B.C..7 He became joyful, and knew his wife again 3868 B.C. At the fourth year of the fifth week (or the third jubilee).8 He was lived a hundred and thirty years before he had his son, Seth 3870 B.C. At 130 A.M..9 He was born 4004 BCE.10 He was the son of God of the Christians.2 Adam of Eden was related to Seth ben Adam of Êldâ; the son of Adam and Eve.11,8 Adam of Eden was the son of God.12 He and Eve of Eden mourned their son Abel for four weeks of years.13 Adam of Eden married Eve of Eden, daughter of Adam of Eden; His 2nd.14 Genesis 1:27 alludes that Eve was created at the same time as Adam. "So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them." Genesis 2:21-23 says that God created Eve from one of Adams ribs. "And the LORD God caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam, and he slept: and he took one of his ribs, and closed up the flesh instead thereof; And the rib, which the LORD God had taken from man, made he a woman, and brought her unto the man. And Adam said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man."15 He was the father of Cain ben Adam of Êldâ; the son of Adam and Eve.16,17 Adam of Eden was related to Abel ben Adam of Êldâ; the son of Adam and Eve.18,17 Adam of Eden was the father of Azûrâ bat Adam of Êldâ; the daughter of Adam and Eve.19 Adam of Eden was the father of Âwân bat Adam of Êldâ; the daughter of Adam and Eve.17

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Eve of Eden
Children

Citations

  1. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 5:1.
  2. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Luke, 3:38.
  3. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Chapter 4:29,30.
  4. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:29.
  5. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:5.
  6. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:4.
  7. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Chapter 4:11.
  8. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:7.
  9. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:3.
  10. [S1126] ?, "Essays", James Ussher and the Creation of the World.
  11. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 4:25, 5:3; Luke 3:38.
  12. [S275] ., KJV, Luke 3:38.
  13. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Chapter 4.7.
  14. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 4:25; 5:3.
  15. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 1:27, 2:21-23.
  16. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 4:1.
  17. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:1.
  18. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 4:2.
  19. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:8.
  20. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 67.
  21. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Jubilees, 4:1.
  22. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 4:2.
  23. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 4:1.

Cain ben Adam of Êldâ1

b. 3936-3930 B.C., d. 3070 B.C.
Cain ben Adam of Êldâ|b. 3936-3930 B.C.\nd. 3070 B.C.|p276.htm#i13112|Adam of Eden|b. 4004 BCE\nd. 3070 B.C.|p276.htm#i13110|Eve of Eden||p108.htm#i13111|God of the Christians||p110.htm#i13294||||Adam of Eden|b. 4004 BCE\nd. 3070 B.C.|p276.htm#i13110||||
FatherAdam of Eden1 b. 4004 BCE, d. 3070 B.C.
MotherEve of Eden1
     Cain ben Adam of Êldâ died 3070 B.C. At 930 A.M., at the close of the nineteenth jubilee, after his father Adam had died. Jubilees 4:31-33 "... Cain was killed after him in the same year; for his house fell upon him and he died in the midst of his house, and he was killed by its stones; for with a stone he had killed Abel, and by a stone was he killed in righteous judgment. For this reason it was ordained on the heavenly tablets: 'With the instrument with which a man kills his neighbour with the same shall he be killed; after the manner that he wounded him, in like manner shall they deal with him.2'" He built the first houses on the earth, and built a city, and called its name after the name of his son Enoch 3803 B.C. At 197 A.M., in the first year of the first week of the fifth jubilee.3 On killing his brother, God confronted him. He banished him from Eden, but gave him his protection, and Cain moved to the land of Nod where he became a father. Genesis 4:9-16 "And the LORD said unto Cain, Where is Abel thy brother? And he said, I know not: Am I my brother’s keeper? And he said, What hast thou done? the voice of thy brother’s blood crieth unto me from the ground. And now art thou cursed from the earth, which hath opened her mouth to receive thy brother’s blood from thy hand; When thou tillest the ground, it shall not henceforth yield unto thee her strength; a fugitive and a vagabond shalt thou be in the earth. And Cain said unto the LORD, My punishment is greater than I can bear. Behold, thou hast driven me out this day from the face of the earth; and from thy face shall I be hid; and I shall be a fugitive and a vagabond in the earth; and it shall come to pass, that every one that findeth me shall slay me. And the LORD said unto him, Therefore whosoever slayeth Cain, vengeance shall be taken on him sevenfold. And the LORD set a mark upon Cain, lest any finding him should kill him. And Cain went out from the presence of the LORD, and dwelt in the land of Nod, on the east of Eden." At in the first (year) of the third jubilee 3901 B.C.4,5 He witnessed the death of Abel ben Adam of Êldâ 3901 B.C. At the first (year) of the (first week) of the third jubilee; Killed by his brother, Cain, because God accepted his gift, and not that of Cain. Genesis 4:8 "And Cain talked with Abel his brother: and it came to pass, when they were in the field, that Cain rose up against Abel his brother, and slew him." Jubilees 4.1-4, "Cain slew Abel because (God) accepted the sacrifice of Abel, and did not accept the offering of Cain. And he slew him in the field: and his blood cried from the ground to heaven, complaining because he had slain him."6,7 Cain ben Adam of Êldâ was born 3936-3930 B.C. At the third week in the second jubilee.8,9 He was the son of Adam of Eden and Eve of Eden.1 Cain ben Adam of Êldâ was the son of Adam and Eve.8,9 He was Farmer, per Gen. 4:2 "... Cain was a tiller of the ground.".10 He married Âwân bat Adam of Êldâ, daughter of Adam of Eden and Eve of Eden; Jubilees 4:9 "And Cain took Awan his sister to be his wife."11 Cain ben Adam of Êldâ was the father of Enoch ben Cain of Nod; per Genesis 4:17, the son of Cain and his wife, and per Jubilees 4:9, the wife was Awan, daughter of Adam.12,13

Family

Âwân bat Adam of Êldâ b. 3922-3916 B.C.
Child

Citations

  1. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 4:1.
  2. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:31-33.
  3. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Chapter 4:9.
  4. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 4:9-16.
  5. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:2.
  6. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 4:8.
  7. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:1-4.
  8. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 4:1.
  9. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:1.
  10. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 4:2.
  11. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Book of Jubilees, 4:9.
  12. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 4:17.
  13. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:9.

Anthyrius II of the Heruli

b. b 96 b.c., d. 34 b.c.
Anthyrius II of the Heruli|b. b 96 b.c.\nd. 34 b.c.|p276.htm#i10677|Alimer of the Heruli||p83.htm#i10679|Ida (?)||p83.htm#i10680|Anavas of the Heruli|d. 171 b.c.|p275.htm#i10681|Drithva (?)||p83.htm#i10682|||||||
FatherAlimer of the Heruli
MotherIda (?)
     Anthyrius II of the Heruli died 34 b.c.. He was the son of Alimer of the Heruli and Ida (?). Anthyrius II of the Heruli was born b 96 b.c.. He married Mary of Jutland.

Family

Mary of Jutland
Child

Abel ben Adam of Êldâ1

b. 3929-3923 B.C., d. 3901 B.C.
Abel ben Adam of Êldâ|b. 3929-3923 B.C.\nd. 3901 B.C.|p276.htm#i13113|Adam of Eden|b. 4004 BCE\nd. 3070 B.C.|p276.htm#i13110|Eve of Eden||p108.htm#i13111|God of the Christians||p110.htm#i13294||||Adam of Eden|b. 4004 BCE\nd. 3070 B.C.|p276.htm#i13110||||
FatherAdam of Eden1 b. 4004 BCE, d. 3070 B.C.
MotherEve of Eden1
     Abel ben Adam of Êldâ died 3901 B.C. At the first (year) of the (first week) of the third jubilee. Killed by his brother, Cain, because God accepted his gift, and not that of Cain. Genesis 4:8 "And Cain talked with Abel his brother: and it came to pass, when they were in the field, that Cain rose up against Abel his brother, and slew him." Jubilees 4.1-4, "Cain slew Abel because (God) accepted the sacrifice of Abel, and did not accept the offering of Cain. And he slew him in the field: and his blood cried from the ground to heaven, complaining because he had slain him."2,3 He was born 3929-3923 B.C. At the fourth week (in the second jubilee).4,5 He was the son of Adam of Eden and Eve of Eden.1 Abel ben Adam of Êldâ was the son of Adam and Eve.5,4 He was Shepherd, per Gen. 4:2 "Abel was a keeper of sheep.".1

Citations

  1. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 4:2.
  2. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 4:8.
  3. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:1-4.
  4. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:1.
  5. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 4:2.

Phraataces, King of Parthia1

b. 0016 B.C., d. 4 A.D.
Phraataces, King of Parthia|b. 0016 B.C.\nd. 4 A.D.|p276.htm#i15267|Phraates IV, King of Parthia|b. 0072 B.C.\nd. 0002 B.C.|p266.htm#i6246||||Orodes I., King of Parthia|b. 0096 B.C.\nd. 0038 B.C.|p267.htm#i6256|Princess o. C.||p53.htm#i6257|||||||
FatherPhraates IV, King of Parthia2,1 b. 0072 B.C., d. 0002 B.C.
     King of Parthia at Khorasan, Iran, 0002 B.C. - 0004 A.D..2,3 Phraataces, King of Parthia witnessed the death of Phraates IV, King of Parthia 0002 B.C; He was poisoned by Musa, his Italian concubine, who then ruled jointly with their son Phraates V.4 Phraataces, King of Parthia murdered his father to take the Parthian throne 0002 B.C..2 He was the son of Phraates IV, King of Parthia.2,1 Phraataces, King of Parthia was born 0016 B.C..2 He died 4 A.D..2 Phraatac.es (prdtk) Parthian king (2 B.C.-A.D. 4) who ruled before Vonones I [pr-dtuk: (1) < Tr. Böri-tutuk "wolf, the pow­erful"; or (2) < Tr. Apar-Tutuk "Abar the powerful; Avar who holds (power)." Com­pare with tthtr (Tutuk-tari), the name of Vonones II].5 Also called Phraataces.3

Citations

  1. [S913] Josephus ben Matthias of Judaea, Josephus, Antiquities of the Jews-Book XVIII, Chap. 2, para. 4.
  2. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  3. [S285] Parthia.com, online http://www.fivepointstech.com/parthia/
  4. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Phraates IV.
  5. [S1371] Lost Langages, online http://www.lostlanguages.com/, parthian.htm, name of the Parthian king, with the correct Turkish reading and it's meaning.

Seisyll the Briton1

d. 721 BC
Seisyll the Briton|d. 721 BC|p276.htm#i13439|Gwrwst the Briton|d. 735 BC|p276.htm#i13438||||Rivallo the Briton|d. 0743 B.C.|p272.htm#i13437||||||||||
FatherGwrwst the Briton1 d. 735 BC
     Seisyll the Briton was the son of Gwrwst the Briton.1 Seisyll the Briton died 721 BC.1 Also called Serwyl.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Camber, 46.
  2. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Camber, 47.

Gwrwst the Briton1

d. 735 BC
Gwrwst the Briton|d. 735 BC|p276.htm#i13438|Rivallo the Briton|d. 0743 B.C.|p272.htm#i13437||||Cunedagius the Briton|d. 0772 B.C.|p272.htm#i13436||||||||||
FatherRivallo the Briton1 d. 0743 B.C.
     Gwrwst the Briton was the son of Rivallo the Briton.1 Gwrwst the Briton died 735 BC.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Camber, 45.
  2. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Camber, 46.

Thomas, "of Woodstock," 1st Duke of Gloucester, 13th Earl of Essex, and Earl of Buckingham

b. 7 January 1355, d. 8/9 Sep 1397
Thomas, "of Woodstock," 1st Duke of Gloucester, 13th Earl of Essex, and Earl of Buckingham|b. 7 Jan 1355\nd. 8/9 Sep 1397|p276.htm#i15321|Edward III, King of England|b. 13 Nov 1312\nd. 21 Jun 1377|p423.htm#i4570|Philippa d' Avesnes L.G.|b. bt 1313 - 1315\nd. 15 Aug 1369|p421.htm#i4571|Edward I., King of England|b. 25 Apr 1284\nd. 21 Sep 1327|p414.htm#i4572|Isabelle, Queen of England|b. 1292\nd. 22 Aug 1358|p419.htm#i4582|Guillaume I "le Bon", comte de Hainaut, Hollande, et Zélande|b. 1286\nd. 7 Jun 1337|p416.htm#i7381|Jeanne de Valois|b. 1294\nd. 7 Mar 1342|p417.htm#i5623|
FatherEdward III, King of England1 b. 13 November 1312, d. 21 June 1377
MotherPhilippa d' Avesnes L.G.1 b. between 1313 and 1315, d. 15 August 1369
      Thomas, "of Woodstock," 1st Duke of Gloucester, 13th Earl of Essex, and Earl of Buckingham was took, along with a small group of associates, known as the lords appellant, virtual control of the King Richard II's government.2 He was the sixth son of King Edward III.3 He was born on 7 January 1355 at Woodstock Castle, Oxfordshire, England.2,4 He was the son of Edward III, King of England and Philippa d' Avesnes L.G..1 Thomas, "of Woodstock," 1st Duke of Gloucester, 13th Earl of Essex, and Earl of Buckingham was the successor of Humphrey (de Bohun), 11th Earl of Hereford, 12th Earl of Essex, and 2nd Earl of Northampton; 12th Earl of Essex.5 Earl of Northampton in 1371.1 Earl of Hereford in 1371.1 Thomas, "of Woodstock," 1st Duke of Gloucester, 13th Earl of Essex, and Earl of Buckingham succeeded to the titles of earl of Hereford, Essex, and Northampton, and Constable of England, in right of Eleanor, daughter of Humphrey Bohun, earl of Hereford, in 1371.6 He married Eleanor de Bohun, daughter of Humphrey (de Bohun), 11th Earl of Hereford, 12th Earl of Essex, and 2nd Earl of Northampton and Joan FitzAlan, in 1371.7,6 Thomas, "of Woodstock," 1st Duke of Gloucester, 13th Earl of Essex, and Earl of Buckingham was created Earl of Buckingham by his uncle King Richard II in 1378.1 Earl of Buckingham between 1378 and 28 February 1397.1 He was a witness where Ralph, 1st Earl of Westmoreland was knighted in the French expedition by Thomas of Woodstock in 1380.8 Thomas, "of Woodstock," 1st Duke of Gloucester, 13th Earl of Essex, and Earl of Buckingham was created Duke of Gloucester by his uncle, Richard II, in 1380.1 13th Earl of Essex between 1380 and 1397.9 He was nominated into the Order of the Garter, #66, between April 1380 and April 1381.3 He was commander of the last chevauchée from Calais to Brittany in 1380/81.10 Arms: England, bordure argent.11 1st Duke of Gloucester between 1385 and 28 February 1397.12 The lords appellants--outlawed the closest associates of King Richard II and forced the King to submit to their domination. Between 1387 and 1389. He defeated one of Richard's favourites, Robert de Vere, Duke of Ireland, at Radcot Bridge in December 1387 at Oxfordshire, England.2 He was a witness where Thomas (de Mowbray), 1st Earl of Nottingham, 1st Duke of Norfolk given charge of Thomas of Woodstock, Duke of Gloucester, as a prisoner of King Richard II, and later possibly involved with Thomas' murder in 1397 at Calais, France.2 Thomas, "of Woodstock," 1st Duke of Gloucester, 13th Earl of Essex, and Earl of Buckingham was arrested, along with two other leading appellants, and committed to the charge of Thomas Mowbray, Earl of Nottingham (later Duke of Norfolk), at the English port of Calais, France, where he was murdered, possibly on orders from King Richard, in 1397.2 He died 8/9 Sep 1397 at Calais, France. According to one of Mowbray's servants, who was later executed for his part in the crime, the duke was suffocated with a feather bed.2,3 He was the predecessor of Henry Bourchier, Viscount Bourchier, Count of Eu, 1st Earl of Essex; 14th Earl of Essex.13

Family

Eleanor de Bohun b. circa 1366
Child

Citations

  1. [S217] Transcribed by Colin Hinson, English Peerage (to 1790).
  2. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, "Gloucester, Thomas of Woodstock, Duke of.".
  3. [S1030] Archivist to the Dean and Canons of Windsor Grace Holmes, Order of the Garter, pg. 110.
  4. [S658] Alison Weir, Weir's BRF, pg. 113.
  5. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, V:135.
  6. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VI:474.
  7. [S658] Alison Weir, Weir's BRF, The Angevin or Plantagenet Kings of England, pg. 78.
  8. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, pg. 12-13 - Abergavenny.
  9. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, V:136.
  10. [S579] Michael Hicks, WW Late Medieval, Thomas of Woodstock, pg. 177-179.
  11. [S1224] Velde: British Marks of Cadency, online http://www.heraldica.org/topics/britain/cadency.htm
  12. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, V:719.
  13. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, V:138.
  14. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VI:475.

John, Earl of Hungtindon, 1st Duke of Exeter1,2

b. circa 1357, d. 9/10 Jan 1399/1400
John, Earl of Hungtindon, 1st Duke of Exeter|b. c 1357\nd. 9/10 Jan 1399/1400|p276.htm#i18567|Thomas Holland ¹K.G., Lord Holand|b. 1314\nd. 26 Dec 1360|p420.htm#i12108|Joan "the Fair Maid of Kent", suo jure Countess of Kent, Baroness Woodstock, and Baroness Wake|b. 29 Sep 1328\nd. 8 Aug 1385|p424.htm#i12109|Robert, 1st Lord Holand of Upholland|b. c 1285\nd. 7 Oct 1328|p414.htm#i12110|Maud la Zouche|b. 1290\nd. 31 May 1349|p418.htm#i12111|Edmund, "of Woodstock," Earl of Kent|b. 5 Aug 1301\nd. 3 Sep 1330|p414.htm#i12112|Margaret, Baroness Wake|b. c 1295\nd. 29 Sep 1349|p418.htm#i12113|
FatherThomas Holland ¹K.G., Lord Holand1 b. 1314, d. 26 December 1360
MotherJoan "the Fair Maid of Kent", suo jure Countess of Kent, Baroness Woodstock, and Baroness Wake1 b. 29 September 1328, d. 8 August 1385
     Arms: England, within a bordure or, semee-de-lis azure.3 John, Earl of Hungtindon, 1st Duke of Exeter was the half-brother of King Richard II.2 He was born circa 1357. He was the son of Thomas Holland ¹K.G., Lord Holand and Joan "the Fair Maid of Kent", suo jure Countess of Kent, Baroness Woodstock, and Baroness Wake.1 John, Earl of Hungtindon, 1st Duke of Exeter was the successor of Richard, 15th Earl of Arundel, Earl of Surrey; 15th Earl of Arundel.4 John, Earl of Hungtindon, 1st Duke of Exeter was nominated into the Order of the Garter, #68, circa 1381.2 Earl of Huntingdon circa 1381.1 He married Elizabeth, Duchess of Exeter, daughter of John, "of Gaunt," Duke of Lancaster and Blanche, Baroness Lancaster; Her 2nd.5 1st Duke of Exeter. 16th Earl of Arundel at Sussex, England, in 1398/99.6 John, Earl of Hungtindon, 1st Duke of Exeter died 9/10 Jan 1399/1400. Executed and his lands siezed by his brother-in-law, King Henry IV.2 He was the predecessor of Thomas, 17th Earl of Arundel; 17th Earl of Arundel.7

Family

Elizabeth, Duchess of Exeter b. before 21 February 1363

Citations

  1. [S579] Michael Hicks, WW Late Medieval, pg. 102.
  2. [S1030] Archivist to the Dean and Canons of Windsor Grace Holmes, Order of the Garter, pg. 71.
  3. [S1216] C.B., L.L.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir John Bernard Burke, B:GA, pg. 499.
  4. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, I:244, 15th, 11th, or 4th.
  5. [S658] Alison Weir, Weir's BRF, pg. 100.
  6. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, I:245, 16th, or 1st.
  7. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, I:244, 17th, 12th, or 5th.

al-'Abbâs ibn 'Abd al-Muttalib Banu Hâshim1

b. circa 554, d. A.H. 82
al-'Abbâs ibn 'Abd al-Muttalib Banu Hâshim|b. c 554\nd. A.H. 82|p276.htm#i16977|'Abd al-Muttalib ibn Hâshim, Clan Chief|b. b 496\nd. 578|p293.htm#i10898|Fatima bint Asad al-Makhzumiyya|b. c 525|p85.htm#i10899|Hâshim ibn 'Abd al-Manâf al-Qurayshi|b. c 464|p279.htm#i10901|Salma b. A. i. N. al-Khazrajiyya||p85.htm#i10902|'Amr al-Makhzumi|b. c 500|p86.htm#i10912||||
Father'Abd al-Muttalib ibn Hâshim, Clan Chief1,2 b. before 496, d. 578
MotherFatima bint Asad al-Makhzumiyya1 b. circa 525
     Al-'Abbâs ibn 'Abd al-Muttalib Banu Hâshim was born circa 554. He was the son of 'Abd al-Muttalib ibn Hâshim, Clan Chief and Fatima bint Asad al-Makhzumiyya.1,2 Al-'Abbâs ibn 'Abd al-Muttalib Banu Hâshim died A.H. 82.2 He was the most celebrated of the "Companions," and the founder of the Abbaside dynasty.1,2

Citations

  1. [S653] PoH, online http://www.friesian.com/
  2. [S1090] Dictionary by Islam, online http://answering-islam.org/Index/index.html

Khattushilish II of Khatti1

b. ABT 1435 BC, d. ABT 1380 BC
Khattushilish II of Khatti|b. ABT 1435 BC\nd. ABT 1380 BC|p276.htm#i6427|Arnuwandash I of Khatti|b. ABT 1465 BC\nd. ABT 1420 BC|p276.htm#i6428||||Tudkhaliash I. of Khatti|b. ABT 1495 BC\nd. ABT 1430 BC|p276.htm#i6429||||||||||
FatherArnuwandash I of Khatti b. ABT 1465 BC, d. ABT 1420 BC
     Khattushilish II of Khatti died ABT 1380 BC. He was the son of Arnuwandash I of Khatti. Khattushilish II of Khatti was born ABT 1435 BC. Sources: 1. Edwards, I.E.S., Gadd, C.J., Hammond, N.G.L. and Sollberger, E. (eds.) 'The Cambridge Ancient History' 3rd Ed., Vol.II, #2A, pp.9. ; 2. Edwards, I.E.S., Gadd, C.J., Hammond, N.G.L. and Sollberger, E. (eds.) 'The Cambridge Ancient History' 3rd Ed., Vol.II, #1, pp.675. ; 3. Edwards, I.E.S., Gadd, C.J., Hammond, N.G.L. and Sollberger, E. (eds.) 'The Cambridge Ancient History' 3rd Ed., Vol.II, #1, pp.821. He was was King of Khatti (the Hittites) from about 1405-1380 BC. Tudkhaliash III is usually said to be the father of Shuppiluliumash I (1). After examining the existing records it would appear more likely that Tudkhaliash III was an uncle and Shuppiluliumash I was son of Khattushilish II (2)..

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S197] Toby Dills, "Descendant of Antiquity," gedcom to Robert Stewart, 5 Feb 1999.

Arnuwandash I of Khatti1

b. ABT 1465 BC, d. ABT 1420 BC
Arnuwandash I of Khatti|b. ABT 1465 BC\nd. ABT 1420 BC|p276.htm#i6428|Tudkhaliash II of Khatti|b. ABT 1495 BC\nd. ABT 1430 BC|p276.htm#i6429||||||||||||||||
FatherTudkhaliash II of Khatti b. ABT 1495 BC, d. ABT 1430 BC
     Arnuwandash I of Khatti died ABT 1420 BC. He was the son of Tudkhaliash II of Khatti. Arnuwandash I of Khatti was born ABT 1465 BC. Sources: 1. Edwards, I.E.S., Gadd, C.J., Hammond, N.G.L. and Sollberger, E. (eds.) 'The Cambridge Ancient History' 3rd Ed., Vol.II, #1, pp.675. ; 2. Edwards, I.E.S., Gadd, C.J., Hammond, N.G.L. and Sollberger, E. (eds.) 'The Cambridge Ancient History' 3rd Ed., Vol.II, #1, pp.821. He was was King of Khatti (the Hittites) from about 1430-1420 BC..

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S197] Toby Dills, "Descendant of Antiquity," gedcom to Robert Stewart, 5 Feb 1999.

Tudkhaliash II of Khatti1

b. ABT 1495 BC, d. ABT 1430 BC
     Tudkhaliash II of Khatti died ABT 1430 BC. He was born ABT 1495 BC. Sources: 1. Edwards, I.E.S., Gadd, C.J., Hammond, N.G.L. and Sollberger, E. (eds.) 'The Cambridge Ancient History' 3rd Ed., Vol.II, #1, pp.675. ; 2. Edwards, I.E.S., Gadd, C.J., Hammond, N.G.L. and Sollberger, E. (eds.) 'The Cambridge Ancient History' 3rd Ed., Vol.II, #1, pp.821. He was was King of Khatti (the Hittites) from about 1445-1430 BC. His relationship to earlier kings is unknown and he may have started a new dynasty..

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S197] Toby Dills, "Descendant of Antiquity," gedcom to Robert Stewart, 5 Feb 1999.

Odacar, Graf im Ardennen-, Bit- und Bliesgau1

b. circa 840, d. after 0901/2
     Odacar, Graf im Ardennen-, Bit- und Bliesgau was born circa 840. He died after 0901/2.2

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Luxemburger.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Ardennergrafen.

Comita III, Giudice d'Arborea1

b. say 1095, d. after 1145/6
Comita III, Giudice d'Arborea|b. s 1095\nd. after 1145/6|p276.htm#i24795|Costantino I de Lacon-Serra, Giudice d'Arborea|b. s 1065|p259.htm#i29509|Anna de Zori|b. s 1075|p259.htm#i29510|Gonnario de Lacon-Serra|b. s 1035|p259.htm#i29511|Elena de Orrù|b. s 1045|p259.htm#i29512|||||||
FatherCostantino I de Lacon-Serra, Giudice d'Arborea1 b. say 1065
MotherAnna de Zori1 b. say 1075
     Also called Comita III de Lacon-Serra, Judicarius d' Arborea.2 Comita III, Giudice d'Arborea was born say 1095. He was the son of Costantino I de Lacon-Serra, Giudice d'Arborea and Anna de Zori.1 Comita III, Giudice d'Arborea married Elena de Orrù.2,1 Comita III, Giudice d'Arborea died after 1145/6.2

Family

Elena de Orrù b. say 1105
Child

Citations

  1. [S1401] GdDI, online www.sardimpex.com\index.htm, Dinastie Giudicali di Arborea, Cagliari, e Torres (de Lacon).
  2. [S1139] e-mail address (Richard Borthwick)
    , Re: SALUZZO and CEVA in "Re: SALUZZO and CEVA," newsgroup message 1999/01/26
    , [L L Brook et al. (eds) *Genealogie medievali di Sardegna* (Publicazione della Deputazione di Storia Patria per la Sardegna, 1983) 59].

Hutterus of the Heruli

b. b 34 b.c., d. c 35 a.d.
Hutterus of the Heruli|b. b 34 b.c.\nd. c 35 a.d.|p276.htm#i10675|Anthyrius II of the Heruli|b. b 96 b.c.\nd. 34 b.c.|p276.htm#i10677|Mary of Jutland||p83.htm#i10678|Alimer of the Heruli||p83.htm#i10679|Ida (?)||p83.htm#i10680|||||||
FatherAnthyrius II of the Heruli b. b 96 b.c., d. 34 b.c.
MotherMary of Jutland
     Hutterus of the Heruli was born b 34 b.c.. He was the son of Anthyrius II of the Heruli and Mary of Jutland. Hutterus of the Heruli married Judith of Jutland b 35 a.d. Hutterus of the Heruli died c 35 a.d..

Family

Judith of Jutland b. c 10 a.d.
Child

Peter Thayer1

b. 11 November 1731, d. circa 1756/7
Peter Thayer|b. 11 Nov 1731\nd. circa 1756/7|p276.htm#i15888|Captain Ebenezer Thayer Jr.|b. 12 Apr 1699\nd. 3 May 1771|p465.htm#i15672|Mary Wheelock|b. 21 Jan 1701/2\nd. b 1734|p458.htm#i15658|Captain Ebenezer Thayer Sr.|b. 1674\nd. 1723|p456.htm#i11035|Martha Thomson|b. 28 Aug 1675\nd. 14 Oct 1759|p463.htm#i15671|Benjamin Wheelock Jr.|b. 12 Dec 1678\nd. 13 Sep 1746|p460.htm#i20176|Huldah Thayer|b. 11 May 1682|p181.htm#i20175|
FatherCaptain Ebenezer Thayer Jr.2,3 b. 12 April 1699, d. 3 May 1771
MotherMary Wheelock2,3 b. 21 January 1701/2, d. before 1734
     Peter Thayer died circa 1756/7 at Charlton, Worcester County, Massachusetts.4 He was born on 11 November 1731 at Bellingham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.5,6,3 He was the son of Captain Ebenezer Thayer Jr. and Mary Wheelock.2,3 Peter Thayer witnessed the will of Benjamin Wheelock Jr. in 1745; His will is on file with the Worcester Probate Office, case number 63618. In it, he leaves bequests to his wife Rebecca (to sustain her for the rest of her life, or until she remarries); land to his sons Benjamin, Daniel, Silas, and Peter; money to his sons Jonathan, David, and Paul; money and miscellaneous domestic items to his grandchildren Peter Thayer, Mary Thayer, and Abigail Thayer (the children of his deceased daughter Mary Wheelock); money to his daughter Hulda (Wheelock) (Sanford) Rice; money and other items to his grandchildren Seth and Mary Sanford (children of Hulda).2

Citations

  1. [S397] Bezaleel Thayer, Thayer Genealogy, pg 398, No. 2751. III D. EBENEZER THAYER.
  2. [S799] Wheelock Genealogy.hlp, online.
  3. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 65.
  4. [S759] Jerry Thayer, "Re: Thayer Family," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart P. E., 28 Feb 2001.
  5. [S397] Bezaleel Thayer, Thayer Genealogy, pg 398, No. 2751. III D. EBENEZER THAYER, says 1733.
  6. [S799] Wheelock Genealogy.hlp, online, per Bellingham Vital Records, says 11 Nov 1731.

Luitgard von Istrien1

b. circa 1010, d. circa 1066/77
Luitgard von Istrien|b. c 1010\nd. circa 1066/77|p276.htm#i9214|Werigand, Graf von Istrien und Friaul|b. c 975\nd. b 1040|p340.htm#i9343|Willipurg, Gräfin von Ebersberg|b. c 980\nd. 25 Nov 1064|p346.htm#i9344|||||||Markgraf von Krain Ulrich I. von Ebersburg|b. c 940\nd. 11 Mar 1029|p337.htm#i9284|Richardis von Eppenstein|b. c 945\nd. 23 Apr 1013|p334.htm#i9283|
FatherWerigand, Graf von Istrien und Friaul b. circa 975, d. before 1040
MotherWillipurg, Gräfin von Ebersberg b. circa 980, d. 25 November 1064
     Luitgard von Istrien was the daughter of Weriand, Graf von Istrien und Friaul, and Willipurg, Gräfin von Ebersberg.2,3 She was born circa 1010.2 She was the daughter of Werigand, Graf von Istrien und Friaul and Willipurg, Gräfin von Ebersberg. Luitgard von Istrien married Graf im Puster-, Nori- und Lavanthtal Engelbert IV von Pustertal, son of Graf im Chiemgau Engelbert III von Chiemgau and Pfalzgräfin von Bayern Adela von Bayern, before 1022; Her 1st.4 Luitgard von Istrien and Graf im Puster-, Nori- und Lavanthtal Engelbert IV von Pustertal made a donation to the Domkapitel '1022/39.3 Luitgard von Istrien married Pfalzgraf von Bayern Aribo II von Bayern, son of Pfalzgraf von Bayern Hartwig II (IV) von Bayern and Friderun, Pfalzgräfin von Bayern, circa 1041.4 Luitgard von Istrien died circa 1066/77.2

Family 1

Graf im Puster-, Nori- und Lavanthtal Engelbert IV von Pustertal b. circa 1001?, d. 15 March 1040
Children

Family 2

Pfalzgraf von Bayern Aribo II von Bayern b. 1024, d. 18 March 1102

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 130-33.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Sighardinger.
  3. [S978] Dr. J.P.J Gewin, Gewin, pg. 88.
  4. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/

Poppo II von Weimar-Orlamünde, Markgraf von Istrien1,2

b. circa 1065, d. circa 1095/1107
Poppo II von Weimar-Orlamünde, Markgraf von Istrien|b. c 1065\nd. circa 1095/1107|p276.htm#i8552|Udalrich II von Weimar-Orlamünde, Graf von Krain, Markgraf von Istrien|b. c 1035\nd. 6 Mar 1070|p348.htm#i8558|Sophia, Hercegnõ Magyarország|b. c 1055\nd. 18 Jun 1095|p354.htm#i7410|Poppo I., Graf von Weimar, Markgraf im Raum Istrien|b. c 985\nd. b 1044|p341.htm#i12815|Hadamut von Friaul, Gräfin von Weimar-Orlamünde|b. c 1010\nd. a 1040|p340.htm#i12816|Béla I., Király Magyarország|b. b 1014\nd. 1063|p346.htm#i7411|Tuta von Formbach, Königin von Ungarn|b. c 1030?\nd. a 1090|p352.htm#i16559|
FatherUdalrich II von Weimar-Orlamünde, Graf von Krain, Markgraf von Istrien3 b. circa 1035, d. 6 March 1070
MotherSophia, Hercegnõ Magyarország3 b. circa 1055, d. 18 June 1095
     Poppo II von Weimar-Orlamünde, Markgraf von Istrien was the father of Sophie von Weimar-Istrien; a daughter of Markgraf Poppo III (II?).4 Also called Popone II di Weimar-Orlamunde Italian.5 Poppo II von Weimar-Orlamünde, Markgraf von Istrien was born circa 1065. He was the son of Udalrich II von Weimar-Orlamünde, Graf von Krain, Markgraf von Istrien and Sophia, Hercegnõ Magyarország.3 Poppo II von Weimar-Orlamünde, Markgraf von Istrien was co-ruler with Engelbert I "der Ältere" von Spanheim, Markgraf von Istrien; Markgraf von Istrien.6 Margrave of Istria between 1090 and 1101.7,6 Poppo II von Weimar-Orlamünde, Markgraf von Istrien married Richgardis von Spanheim, daughter of Engelbert I "der Ältere" von Spanheim, Markgraf von Istrien and Hedwig von Sachsen, before 1095; Her 2nd.2 Poppo II von Weimar-Orlamünde, Markgraf von Istrien died circa 1095/1107.6

Family

Richgardis von Spanheim b. circa 1060, d. circa 1112
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 10-32.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Grafen Von Wasserburg.
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Weimar.
  4. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen von Andechs und Diessen.
  5. [S977] Dario Alberi, Alberi, D., but as Popone III.
  6. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Spanheimer.
  7. [S977] Dario Alberi, Alberi, D..

Baby Hubbell

Baby Hubbell||p276.htm#i27|Matthew Hubbell|d. Nov 1886|p483.htm#i20|Betsy Foote|d. 19 Jan 1840|p475.htm#i21|Andrew Hubbell||p1.htm#i22||||||||||
FatherMatthew Hubbell d. November 1886
MotherBetsy Foote d. 19 January 1840
     Baby Hubbell was the child of Matthew Hubbell and Betsy Foote. Baby Hubbell died at infancy.

Lucy Hubbell

Lucy Hubbell||p276.htm#i28|Matthew Hubbell|d. Nov 1886|p483.htm#i20|Betsy Foote|d. 19 Jan 1840|p475.htm#i21|Andrew Hubbell||p1.htm#i22||||||||||
FatherMatthew Hubbell d. November 1886
MotherBetsy Foote d. 19 January 1840
     Lucy Hubbell was the daughter of Matthew Hubbell and Betsy Foote. Lucy Hubbell died at at age 22 years.

Grace Scott

b. circa 1648
      Grace Scott was born circa 1648 at Doncaster, England. She married John Hollinshead Sr. in 1668 at London, England. Grace Scott and John Hollinshead Sr. immigrated to West Jersey Colony, New Jersey, arriving circa August 1678; He came "with family."1,2,3 Grace Scott and John Hollinshead Sr. relocated to Burlington, Burlington County, New Jersey, before 7 September 1680. Grace Scott died at Burlington County, New Jersey. She witnessed the will of John Hollinshead Sr. on 23 September 1699 at Burlington County, Jew Jersey; Will of John Hollinshead. Wife Grace. Sons--John, who has son John, William, who has Grace, Elizabeth, George and Sarah; legacy to servant girl Susannah Nott and to Peter Frettwell. Land on Elton's Run betw. John Wills, John Adams and George Greaves. Personal property. Executors--the two sons William and John. Witnesses--Rob't Roberts, Benj. Wheate and Henry Grubb.4

Family

John Hollinshead Sr. b. circa 1645, d. circa 22 February 1699/0
Children

Citations

  1. [S48] A(sa) M(atlack) Stackhouse, Stackhouse, pg. 10.
  2. [S701] P. William Filby with Mary K. Meyer, P&I Lists, Vol 2, pg. 1678.
  3. [S703] Samuel Smith, Smith's New Jersey, pg. 109.
  4. [S77] State Recorder, Calendar of Wills, New Jersey Archives, Page: 234.
  5. [S758] Richard Haines, Stokes Genealogy, pg. 290.

Amy Stewart

b. between April 1884 and 1888
Amy Stewart|b. bt Apr 1884 - 1888|p276.htm#i1702|William Andrew Stewart|b. May 1858\nd. 3 Nov 1925|p489.htm#i225|Mary Elizabeth Maxwell|b. Jun 1865\nd. 5 Jan 1940|p490.htm#i1701|John Stewart Sr.|b. 14 May 1825\nd. 13 Dec 1899|p485.htm#i85|Jane Graham|b. 19 Jul 1827\nd. 30 Dec 1915|p488.htm#i224|William Maxwell|b. May 1835\nd. 1907|p487.htm#i1762|Arville Dibble|b. 1844\nd. 19 Sep 1890|p484.htm#i1763|
FatherWilliam Andrew Stewart b. May 1858, d. 3 November 1925
MotherMary Elizabeth Maxwell b. June 1865, d. 5 January 1940
     Amy Stewart died at in infancy, Michigan. She was born between April 1884 and 1888 at Michigan. She was the daughter of William Andrew Stewart and Mary Elizabeth Maxwell.

King of Vestfold Hálfdan Mildi Eysteinsson1

King of Vestfold Hálfdan Mildi Eysteinsson||p276.htm#i8266|King of Raumerike and Vestfold Eysteinn "the Fart" Hálfdanarson||p278.htm#i9085|Hild Eiríksdóttir||p69.htm#i9086|King of Raumerike Hálfdan H. Óláfsson||p278.htm#i8328|Ása Eysteinsdóttir|b. c 718|p52.htm#i8329|King of Vestfold Eiríkr Agnarsson||p280.htm#i17080||||
FatherKing of Raumerike and Vestfold Eysteinn "the Fart" Hálfdanarson2
MotherHild Eiríksdóttir2
     King of Vestfold Hálfdan Mildi Eysteinsson was the son of King of Raumerike and Vestfold Eysteinn "the Fart" Hálfdanarson and Hild Eiríksdóttir.2 King of Vestfold Hálfdan Mildi Eysteinsson was called Halfdan the Mild, but the Bad Entertainer; that is to say, he was reported to be generous, and to give his men as much gold as other kings gave of silver, but he starved them in their diet.2 He was a great warrior, who had been long on viking cruises, and had collected great property.2 King of Vestfold Hálfdan Mildi Eysteinsson also went by the name of Halfdan "the Mild". He married Hlíf Dagsdóttir, daughter of konung av Vestmörum Dagr av Vestmörum.2 King of Vestfold Hálfdan Mildi Eysteinsson was the successor of King of Raumerike and Vestfold Eysteinn "the Fart" Hálfdanarson; King.2,3 King at Vestfold, Norway, between 780 and 800.2,3 King of Vestfold Hálfdan Mildi Eysteinsson died at Holtar, Vestfold, Norway. He died there, in his chief house, on the bed of sickness.2 King of Vestfold Hálfdan Mildi Eysteinsson was buried in Borre, Raden, near Vodle, Vestfold, Norway. He was buried at Borre under a mound.

So says Thjodolf: --

"By Hel's summons, a great king
Was called away to Odin's Thing:
King Halfdan, he who dwelt of late
At Holtar, must obey grim Fate.
At Borre, in the royal mound,
They laid the hero in the ground."2

Family

Hlíf Dagsdóttir
Child

Citations

  1. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Eystein Adilsson, 78.
  2. [S449] Circa 1225 A.D. Snorri Sturluson, Chronicle of the Kings of Norway, The Ynglinga Saga.
  3. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html, Scandinavian, Vestfold.
  4. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Eystein Adilsson, 79.

Ernulph de Mandeville1

b. circa 1122
Ernulph de Mandeville|b. c 1122|p276.htm#i18126|Geoffrey de Mandeville, 1st Earl of Essex|b. c 1106\nd. 14 Sep 1144|p367.htm#i6953|Rohesia de Vere|b. c 1104\nd. a 21 Oct 1166|p372.htm#i6954|Willelm de Mandeville|b. c 1062\nd. a May 1116|p359.htm#i8390|Margaret de Normandie|b. c 1075|p54.htm#i8391|Aubrey de Vere II|b. c 1082\nd. 15 May 1141|p366.htm#i750|Adeliza de Clare|b. a 1076\nd. c 1163|p371.htm#i751|
FatherGeoffrey de Mandeville, 1st Earl of Essex1 b. circa 1106, d. 14 September 1144
MotherRohesia de Vere1 b. circa 1104, d. after 21 October 1166
     Ernulph de Mandeville was born circa 1122. He was the son of Geoffrey de Mandeville, 1st Earl of Essex and Rohesia de Vere.1 Ernulph de Mandeville was taken prisoner in the castle of Ramsey, which he had fortified, and banished after October 1144.1 He died. D.s.p.1

Citations

  1. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 352.

Sarah Forester

Sarah Forester||p276.htm#i929|J. P. Forester|b. 1 Jun 1825\nd. 11 Oct 1874|p481.htm#i925|Samantha Jane Wallace|b. 7 Feb 1839\nd. 26 Jan 1916|p488.htm#i928|William Forester|b. 25 Oct 1797\nd. 30 Mar 1874|p481.htm#i918|Sara J. Caldwell|b. 20 Feb 1799\nd. 3 Nov 1872|p481.htm#i919|||||||
FatherJ. P. Forester b. 1 June 1825, d. 11 October 1874
MotherSamantha Jane Wallace b. 7 February 1839, d. 26 January 1916
     Sarah Forester was the daughter of J. P. Forester and Samantha Jane Wallace. Sarah Forester died at Ottawa, La Salle County, Illinois.

Rene Knight

b. 16 October 1770
Rene Knight|b. 16 Oct 1770|p276.htm#i997|Captain Thomas Knight|b. 22 Apr 1741\nd. 1818|p471.htm#i989|Abigail Sealy|b. 18 Jan 1746\nd. 23 Apr 1791|p467.htm#i1000|Westbrook Knight I|b. 1708\nd. 10 Nov 1751|p461.htm#i994|Abigail Munson|b. 1720\nd. a 1770|p464.htm#i1001|John Sealy|b. 7 Jan 1698/99\nd. 10 May 1765|p464.htm#i1011|Hannah Knight|b. c 1701|p277.htm#i1012|
FatherCaptain Thomas Knight b. 22 April 1741, d. 1818
MotherAbigail Sealy b. 18 January 1746, d. 23 April 1791
     Rene Knight was Rene Knight seems to have been the first of the Knights to leave for Ustick Township, Whiteside County, Ill. Some of the Knights we have found are bound to be his descendants.


From GED file (and research of) Philip V. Thorne. She died at Ustick Township, Whiteside County, Illinois. P.V. Thorne wasn't definite of the death in Ustick information. She was born on 16 October 1770 at Scarborough, Cumberland County, Maine. She was the daughter of Captain Thomas Knight and Abigail Sealy.

Abner Knight

b. 27 November 1790
Abner Knight|b. 27 Nov 1790|p276.htm#i999|Captain Thomas Knight|b. 22 Apr 1741\nd. 1818|p471.htm#i989|Abigail Sealy|b. 18 Jan 1746\nd. 23 Apr 1791|p467.htm#i1000|Westbrook Knight I|b. 1708\nd. 10 Nov 1751|p461.htm#i994|Abigail Munson|b. 1720\nd. a 1770|p464.htm#i1001|John Sealy|b. 7 Jan 1698/99\nd. 10 May 1765|p464.htm#i1011|Hannah Knight|b. c 1701|p277.htm#i1012|
FatherCaptain Thomas Knight b. 22 April 1741, d. 1818
MotherAbigail Sealy b. 18 January 1746, d. 23 April 1791
     Abner Knight was From GED file (and research of) Philip V. Thorne. He died at Waldo County?, Maine. He was born on 27 November 1790 at Ducktrap Town, Waldo County, Maine. He was the son of Captain Thomas Knight and Abigail Sealy.