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Freawine, under-king of the Wærnas (Anglo-Saxon Myth)1,2,3

b. circa 327
Freawine, under-king of the Wærnas (Anglo-Saxon Myth)|b. c 327|p279.htm#i10014|Frithugar of the Saxons|b. c 299|p77.htm#i10015||||Brand, King of Westphalia|b. c 271|p77.htm#i10016||||||||||
FatherFrithugar of the Saxons4,2,5 b. circa 299
     Freawine, under-king of the Wærnas (Anglo-Saxon Myth) was born circa 327 at ancient Saxony.1 He was the son of Frithugar of the Saxons.4,2,5 Freawine, under-king of the Wærnas (Anglo-Saxon Myth) died. The battle was long and bloody. In the midst of the fighting, the two leader met to fight in person. Eadgils (King of the Myrgings) slew Freawine, and his armies put those of the Angles to flight.3

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 233-58.
  2. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 16.
  3. [S1602] Gavin Chappell, Angliad, 6. OFFA.
  4. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 233-59.
  5. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 66.
  6. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Bældæg, 59.

Bældæg, King of Westphalia (Anglo-Saxon Myth)1

b. circa 243
Bældæg, King of Westphalia (Anglo-Saxon Myth)|b. c 243|p279.htm#i10017|Oðinn (of Norse Myth), chief of the Æsir||p72.htm#i9502||||Frithuwald (of Saxon Myth)||p211.htm#i23845||||||||||
FatherOðinn (of Norse Myth), chief of the Æsir2,3,1
     Bældæg, King of Westphalia (Anglo-Saxon Myth) was third son of Woden, who ruled over what is now Westphalia.4 He died. Now the gods decided to bring back Bældæg's strength with a magical meal. But before it could be prepared, Hætha returned, and attacked Bældæg's host. He met with Bældæg, and wounded him mortally with the Sword of Miming, and the god retreated from the field. Next day, he returned to the battle in a litter, rather than die in his tent. That night, however, he saw Hel, goddess of the underworld, who promised him that she would soon have him in her embrace. After three days, Bældæg died from his wound, and his followers buried him in a barrow.1 He was born circa 243.5 He was the son of Oðinn (of Norse Myth), chief of the Æsir.2,3,1 Bældæg, King of Westphalia (Anglo-Saxon Myth) married Nanna of Norway, daughter of Gewar of Norway; His 2nd.1

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Nanna of Norway b. circa 247

Citations

  1. [S1602] Gavin Chappell, Angliad, 3. BÆLDÆG.
  2. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 16.
  3. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 66.
  4. [S1602] Gavin Chappell, Angliad, 2. WODEN.
  5. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 233-61.

Ingonde des Francs

b. circa 559
Ingonde des Francs|b. c 559|p279.htm#i10129|Sigibertus I, rex Austrasii|b. 535\nd. Nov 575|p293.htm#i8123|Brunechildis the Visigoth|b. 543\nd. 13 Oct 613|p296.htm#i8122|Chlothacharius I., gracia Dei Francorum rex|b. bt 501 - 502\nd. 10 Nov 561|p293.htm#i7915|Ingundis (?)|b. c 515|p63.htm#i8124|Athanagildus, rex Gotthorum|b. c 510\nd. 567|p293.htm#i8121|Goiswinth (?)|b. c 514|p79.htm#i10263|
FatherSigibertus I, rex Austrasii2 b. 535, d. November 575
MotherBrunechildis the Visigoth1,2 b. 543, d. 13 October 613
     Ingonde des Francs was born circa 559. She was the daughter of Sigibertus I, rex Austrasii and Brunechildis the Visigoth.1,2 Ingonde des Francs married Hermenegild II "the Holy", son of Leovigild I, King of Spain and Theodosia of Cartagena, in 579; Ingund was in fact the cousin, once removed, of Hermenegild. Her mother's father was the uncle of Hermenegild.3,4,5 Ingonde des Francs was fled to Africa following the execution of her husband at the hands of his father after May 585.3 "Ingundis indeed fled from the Spaniards after the death of her husband and martyr and when she sought to return to Gaul, she fell into the hands of the soldiers who were stationed on the boundary opposite the Spanish Goths, and was taken with her little son and brought to Sicily and there ended her days."6 She died at Carthage, Africa. The soldiers into whose hands Ingundis fell were Greeks. She probably died at Carthage in Africa, not in Sicily.7

Family

Hermenegild II "the Holy" b. circa 555, d. 13 April 585
Child

Citations

  1. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  2. [S1405] Various EB CD 2004, Leovigild.
  3. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  4. [S187] Royal Genealogy Database, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/, Says 580 though..
  5. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  6. [S1596] Paul the Deacon, PDHL, 3.XXI.
  7. [S1596] Paul the Deacon, PDHL, 3.XXI, footnote 4, (Hodgkin, V, 256).

Gunthar des Francs Saliens1

b. circa 517
Gunthar des Francs Saliens|b. c 517|p279.htm#i10162|Chlothacharius I, gracia Dei Francorum rex|b. bt 501 - 502\nd. 10 Nov 561|p293.htm#i7915|Ingundis (?)|b. c 515|p63.htm#i8124|Chlodoveus I., rex Francorum, vir inluster|b. c 466\nd. 27 Nov 511|p290.htm#i7917|Chrotechildis|b. 475\nd. 3 Jun 545|p292.htm#i7918|Baderic the Thuringian|b. c 480\nd. c 529|p291.htm#i10444||||
FatherChlothacharius I, gracia Dei Francorum rex2,1 b. between 501 and 502, d. 10 November 561
MotherIngundis (?)3,1 b. circa 515
     Also called Gonthier.1 Also called King Gunthecar of Franks in Burgundy. Gunthar des Francs Saliens was born circa 517.1 He was the son of Chlothacharius I, gracia Dei Francorum rex and Ingundis (?).2,1,3 Gunthar des Francs Saliens was an officer in the army of his father in 532. He died. He died young, without heirs.1

Citations

  1. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 71.
  2. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  3. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, pg 345.

Childeric des Francs Saliens1

b. circa 518
Childeric des Francs Saliens|b. c 518|p279.htm#i10163|Chlothacharius I, gracia Dei Francorum rex|b. bt 501 - 502\nd. 10 Nov 561|p293.htm#i7915|Ingundis (?)|b. c 515|p63.htm#i8124|Chlodoveus I., rex Francorum, vir inluster|b. c 466\nd. 27 Nov 511|p290.htm#i7917|Chrotechildis|b. 475\nd. 3 Jun 545|p292.htm#i7918|Baderic the Thuringian|b. c 480\nd. c 529|p291.htm#i10444||||
FatherChlothacharius I, gracia Dei Francorum rex1 b. between 501 and 502, d. 10 November 561
MotherIngundis (?)1 b. circa 515
     Childeric des Francs Saliens was born circa 518. He was the son of Chlothacharius I, gracia Dei Francorum rex and Ingundis (?).1 Childeric des Francs Saliens died. He died young.2

Citations

  1. [S231] Ian Wood, The Merovingian Kings, Prosopography, pg. 350-363.
  2. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 71.

praetor Marcus Antonius Creticus

praetor Marcus Antonius Creticus||p279.htm#i10347|consul Marcus Antonius the Orator|b. 0143 B.C.\nd. 0087 B.C.|p268.htm#i10348||||Marcus Antonius||p206.htm#i23251||||||||||
Fatherconsul Marcus Antonius the Orator b. 0143 B.C., d. 0087 B.C.
     Praetor Marcus Antonius Creticus died 0062/1 B.C..1 Praetor 0074 B.C..1 He was the son of consul Marcus Antonius the Orator. Praetor Marcus Antonius Creticus was not very famous or distinguished in public life, but a worthy, good man, and particularly remarkable for his liberality.2 He was called Creticus because of his military operations in Crete.3 He died. On an unsuccessful campaign against the Cretans, he was so grieved it threw him into a violent distemper of which he died. He married Julia, daughter of consul Lucius Julius Caesar and Fulvia (?); His 2nd. Her 1st.2,1

Family

Julia
Children

Citations

  1. [S1052] Egyptian Royal Genealogy, online http://www.tyndale.cam.ac.uk/Egypt/index.htm
  2. [S931] A.H. Clough, Plutarch's Lives, ANTONY.
  3. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Antony, Mark.

Agrippina the Younger

Agrippina the Younger||p279.htm#i10353|Germanicus Caesar|b. 0015 B.C.\nd. 0019 AD|p266.htm#i10357|Agrippina the Elder|b. 0015 B.C.\nd. 0033 AD|p266.htm#i10358|Nero D. Claudius Germanicus|b. 0038 B.C., Fall\nd. 0009 B.C.|p266.htm#i10328|Antonia Minor|b. 0036 B.C.|p79.htm#i10329|Consul Marcus V. Agrippa|b. 0065 B.C.\nd. 0012 B.C.|p266.htm#i10388|Julia Major|b. 0039 B.C.\nd. 768|p303.htm#i10389|
FatherGermanicus Caesar1 b. 0015 B.C., d. 0019 AD
MotherAgrippina the Elder b. 0015 B.C., d. 0033 AD
     Agrippina the Younger married Emperor Claudius I of the Romans, son of Nero Drusus Claudius Germanicus and Antonia Minor, 0049 AD; Her 3rd. His 4th. Uncle/niece.2,3 Agrippina the Younger persuaded Emperor Claudius to adopt her son from an earlier marriage, Lucius Domitius, officially 0050 AD.4 She poisoned her husband, the Emperor Claudius, after five years of marriage 0054 AD, October 13.5 She established Colonia Agrippina (Cologne) at Germany. She was born at Ara Ubiorum. She was the daughter of Germanicus Caesar and Agrippina the Elder.1 Agrippina the Younger died at Baiae. She married consul Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus; Her 1st.

Family 1

consul Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus
Child

Family 2

Emperor Claudius I of the Romans b. 0010 B.C., August 1, d. 0054 AD, October 13

Citations

  1. [S1052] Egyptian Royal Genealogy, online http://www.tyndale.cam.ac.uk/Egypt/index.htm
  2. [S931] A.H. Clough, Plutarch's Lives, ANTONY.
  3. [S1001] Chris Scarre, Chronicle of the Emperors, pg. 43.
  4. [S1001] Chris Scarre, Chronicle of the Emperors, pg. 48.
  5. [S1001] Chris Scarre, Chronicle of the Emperors, pg. 44.
  6. [S233] DIR, online http://www.roman-emperors.org/impindex.htm
  7. [S1001] Chris Scarre, Chronicle of the Emperors, pg. 51.

Claudius Drusus1

Claudius Drusus||p279.htm#i10469|Emperor Claudius I of the Romans|b. 0010 B.C., August 1\nd. 0054 AD, October 13|p267.htm#i10327|Plautia Urgulanilla||p81.htm#i10467|Nero D. Claudius Germanicus|b. 0038 B.C., Fall\nd. 0009 B.C.|p266.htm#i10328|Antonia Minor|b. 0036 B.C.|p79.htm#i10329|||||||
FatherEmperor Claudius I of the Romans1 b. 0010 B.C., August 1, d. 0054 AD, October 13
MotherPlautia Urgulanilla1
     Claudius Drusus was born.1 He was the son of Emperor Claudius I of the Romans and Plautia Urgulanilla.1 Claudius Drusus died. He died in childhood. He choked on a pear he'd thrown in the air and caught in his mouth.2

Citations

  1. [S1001] Chris Scarre, Chronicle of the Emperors, pg. 43.
  2. [S1001] Chris Scarre, Chronicle of the Emperors, pg. 43,44.

Hâshim ibn 'Abd al-Manâf al-Qurayshi1

b. circa 464
Hâshim ibn 'Abd al-Manâf al-Qurayshi|b. c 464|p279.htm#i10901|'Abd al-Manâf al-Mujira ibn Qusayy Zaid al-Qurayshi|b. c 430|p85.htm#i10903|Atika Bani Qay|b. c 444|p85.htm#i10904|Qusayy Zaid al-Mujammi' ibn Kilab al-Qurayshi|b. c 400|p85.htm#i10905|Princess Hubba of Khuzd'ah|b. c 405|p85.htm#i10906|||||||
Father'Abd al-Manâf al-Mujira ibn Qusayy Zaid al-Qurayshi2,3 b. circa 430
MotherAtika Bani Qay2 b. circa 444
     Hâshim ibn 'Abd al-Manâf al-Qurayshi was the son of 'Abd al-Manaf by Atika of the Banu Qay.4 He was installed in the office of entertaining the pilgrims, and fulfilled it with a princely magnificence.4 He was born circa 464.1,4 He was the son of 'Abd al-Manâf al-Mujira ibn Qusayy Zaid al-Qurayshi and Atika Bani Qay.2,3 Hâshim ibn 'Abd al-Manâf al-Qurayshi married Salma bint Adi ibn Najjar al-Khazrajiyya, daughter of Adi ibn Najjar al-Khazraji, before 500; Her 2nd (divorcee).1 Hâshim ibn 'Abd al-Manâf al-Qurayshi was now advanced in years when, on a mercantile journey to the north, he visited Medina with a party of the Coreish, and as he traded there in the "Nabathean market," he was attracted by the graceful figure of a female (Salma) who from an elevated position was directing her people how to buy and sell for her.4 He died at Gaza, Palestine.1

Family

Salma bint Adi ibn Najjar al-Khazrajiyya
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 432-48.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 432-49.
  3. [S653] PoH, online http://www.friesian.com/
  4. [S954] Esq., Bengal Civil Service William Muir Muir on Mahomet, Vol. 1, Chap. 4.

Ibraheem ibn Muhammad Banu Hâshim

b. circa 628
Ibraheem ibn Muhammad Banu Hâshim|b. c 628|p279.htm#i10993|Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allâh al-Mustafa (pbuh&hf), The Prophet|b. 9 May 570\nd. 8 Jun 632|p297.htm#i10984|Mariah al-Qibtiyah|b. c 607\nd. 637|p297.htm#i21268|'Abd Allâh ibn 'Abd al-Muttalib Banu Hâshim|b. 545\nd. b 9 May 570|p293.htm#i10900|Aminah b. W. al-Qurayshi (as)|b. c 545\nd. c 576|p293.htm#i10979|||||||
FatherMuhammad ibn 'Abd Allâh al-Mustafa (pbuh&hf), The Prophet b. 9 May 570, d. 8 June 632
MotherMariah al-Qibtiyah1 b. circa 607, d. 637
     Ibraheem ibn Muhammad Banu Hâshim was the son of Muhammad by Maria, the Egyptian Coptic Christian.1,2 He was born circa 628. He was the son of Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allâh al-Mustafa (pbuh&hf), The Prophet and Mariah al-Qibtiyah.1 Ibraheem ibn Muhammad Banu Hâshim died. He died before the age of two, living only 18 months. "Seeing his son breathing his last breath, the Prophet (peace be upon him) was in tears and said, 'The eye may shed tears, the heart may be sickened, but we say nothing that displeases Allah the Almighty.1,2'"

Citations

  1. [S956] Comparitive Index to Islam, online http://answering-islam.org/Index/index.html
  2. [S469] Al-Islam.com, online http://www.al-islam.com/, The Prophet's sons.

King of Brittany Gradlon Mawr ap Cynan Meriadoc of Brittany

b. circa 330
King of Brittany Gradlon Mawr ap Cynan Meriadoc of Brittany|b. c 330|p279.htm#i11529|King of Brittany Erbin ap Cynan Meriadoc of Britain||p80.htm#i25085||||King of Brittany Conan M. a. G. of Britain|b. c 305\nd. c 367|p286.htm#i11494|Darerca verch Calpurnius||p91.htm#i11497|||||||
FatherKing of Brittany Erbin ap Cynan Meriadoc of Britain1
     King of Brittany Gradlon Mawr ap Cynan Meriadoc of Brittany established his first power-base in Cornouaille and his capital was the beautiful city of Caer Ys which stood in, what is now, the Bay of Douarnenez.2 He was half-brother of Erbin, King of Brittany.1 He made his new capital at Corspotium (Quimper), where his statue can be seen in front of the Cathedral.2 He was born circa 330. The eldest son.2 He was the son of King of Brittany Erbin ap Cynan Meriadoc of Britain.1 King of Brittany Gradlon Mawr ap Cynan Meriadoc of Brittany married Tigridia of Ireland before 355.2 King of Brittany Gradlon Mawr ap Cynan Meriadoc of Brittany was the predecessor of Prince of Dumnonée Guitol ap Gradlon of Brittany; Prince of Domnonée.1 King of Brittany Gradlon Mawr ap Cynan Meriadoc of Brittany was the successor of King of Brittany Erbin ap Cynan Meriadoc of Britain; King of Vannetais.1 King of Vannetais at Brittany between 400 and 434.1 King of Brittany Gradlon Mawr ap Cynan Meriadoc of Brittany died. Upon Gradlon's death his Kingdom appears to have been divided amongst his sons in the usual Celtic manner. Saloman, as the eldest son, took the Breton heartland of Cornouaille and the over-kingship, while Guitol became the first Prince of Domnonée.2

Family

Tigridia of Ireland b. circa 330
Children

Brenin Brycheiniog St. Brychan ab Anllach o Brycheiniog1,2

b. circa 419
Brenin Brycheiniog St. Brychan ab Anllach o Brycheiniog|b. c 419|p279.htm#i11565|sub-king of Irish Demetae Anlach mac Cormaic Uí Éremóin|b. c 403\nd. c 440|p288.htm#i11626|Marchell verch Tewdrig of Garthmadrun|b. c 403|p93.htm#i11627|Cormac a. U. Uí Éremóin|b. c 387|p93.htm#i11629||||King of Garth Madryn Tewdrig a. T. of Garthmadrun|b. c 387|p93.htm#i11628||||
Fathersub-king of Irish Demetae Anlach mac Cormaic Uí Éremóin1 b. circa 403, d. circa 440
MotherMarchell verch Tewdrig of Garthmadrun1 b. circa 403
     Also called Brocanus Latin. Also called Brecon English. Brenin Brycheiniog St. Brychan ab Anllach o Brycheiniog was related to Brenin Brycheiniog Rhain Dremrydd ap Brychan o Brycheiniog; first son of St. Brychan, uncle of Cadwg, King of Gwynllg & Penychen.3 Brenin Brycheiniog St. Brychan ab Anllach o Brycheiniog was born circa 419 at Ireland.1 He was the son of sub-king of Irish Demetae Anlach mac Cormaic Uí Éremóin and Marchell verch Tewdrig of Garthmadrun.1 Brenin Brycheiniog St. Brychan ab Anllach o Brycheiniog relocated with his parents to Wales, his mother's homeland, circa 423. He married Prawst verch Tudwal o Dumnonia, daughter of King of Dumnonia Tudwal ap Gwrfawr o Dumnonia and Gratianna verch Macsen, before 435.1 King of Brycheiniog at the Brecon Beacons, Powys, Wales, between 450 and 490.3 Brenin Brycheiniog St. Brychan ab Anllach o Brycheiniog died. Died at great age in the mid-5th century.1 Brenin Brycheiniog St. Brychan ab Anllach o Brycheiniog was buried in Ynys Brychan (Lundy Island).1 He was the predecessor of Brenin Brycheiniog Rhain Dremrydd ap Brychan o Brycheiniog; King of Brycheiniog.3

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Prawst verch Tudwal o Dumnonia b. circa 415
Children

Citations

  1. [S266] EBK, online http://freespace.virgin.net/david.ford2/…
  2. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Brychan ab Anllach, 80.
  3. [S640] History Files, online http://homepages.tesco.net/~plk33/plk33/history.htm
  4. [S1217] Esq. of the Middle Temple Sir John Bernard Burke, B:xB, pg. 566.

Mælgwn ap Clotri o Ddyfed1

b. circa 422
Mælgwn ap Clotri o Ddyfed|b. c 422|p279.htm#i12013|Brenin Ddyfed Clotri ap Gloitguin o Ddyfed|b. c 405|p98.htm#i12012||||Brenin Ddyfed Gloitguin a. E. o Ddyfed|b. c 389|p98.htm#i12011||||||||||
FatherBrenin Ddyfed Clotri ap Gloitguin o Ddyfed1 b. circa 405
     Mælgwn ap Clotri o Ddyfed was born circa 422.1 He was the son of Brenin Ddyfed Clotri ap Gloitguin o Ddyfed.1 Mælgwn ap Clotri o Ddyfed died. He predeceased his father. d.v.p.1

Bress-Nar-Lothar mac Echach Uí Éremóin1

Bress-Nar-Lothar mac Echach Uí Éremóin||p279.htm#i11656|Eochaid Feidlech mac Finn, Ard-rí na h'Éireann|d. 0130 B.C.|p269.htm#i11657||||Finn m. F. Uí Éremóin||p93.htm#i11658||||||||||
FatherEochaid Feidlech mac Finn, Ard-rí na h'Éireann2 d. 0130 B.C.
     Bress-Nar-Lothar mac Echach Uí Éremóin was the son of Eochaid Feidlech mac Finn, Ard-rí na h'Éireann.2 Bress-Nar-Lothar mac Echach Uí Éremóin died at the Battle of Dram-ouach, Dromcue, West Meath, Ireland. Slain in battle by his father.3 Also called Bress-Nar-Lothar.4 Also called Breas-Nar-Lothar Finneamhnas "The Three Finneamhnas (Bress, Nar and Lothar), the three sons of Eochaidh named in the Chronicles to have been on their own sister begot."2,3 He married Clothra ingen Echach Uí Éremóin, daughter of Eochaid Feidlech mac Finn, Ard-rí na h'Éireann; Siblings.1

Family

Clothra ingen Echach Uí Éremóin
Child

Citations

  1. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Heremon, 85.
  2. [S266] EBK, online http://freespace.virgin.net/david.ford2/…
  3. [S291] Linea Antiqua, online http://members.aol.com/lochlan/clanmac.htm
  4. [S310] John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees, The Line of Heremon #41, pg. 785.

Elidyr ap Sandde, Brenin Ynys Manau1

b. circa 720
Elidyr ap Sandde, Brenin Ynys Manau|b. c 720|p279.htm#i11706|Sandde ab Alcun|b. c 690|p94.htm#i11709||||Alcun a. T.|b. c 660|p94.htm#i11710||||||||||
FatherSandde ab Alcun1 b. circa 690
     Also called Elider English. Elidyr ap Sandde, Brenin Ynys Manau was the 4th great grandson of Llywarch Hen, and heir to the lost Kingdom of South Rheged.1 Also called Elidurus filius Xanthus Latin. He was born circa 720 at Powys, Wales.1 He was the son of Sandde ab Alcun.1 Elidyr ap Sandde, Brenin Ynys Manau married Celemion verch Tudwal o Ynys Manau, daughter of Brenin Ynys Manau Tudwal III ab Anarawd o Ynys Manau, before 750.1 Elidyr ap Sandde, Brenin Ynys Manau transferred his family from Powys to Ynys Manaw (Isle of Man) when he married the heiress of its little Kingdom in the mid-8th century circa 750.1 Heir to South Rheged circa 750.1 He died at Isle of Man, Wales.

Family

Celemion verch Tudwal o Ynys Manau b. circa 720
Child

Citations

  1. [S266] EBK, online http://freespace.virgin.net/david.ford2/…
  2. [S483] Stewart Baldwin, Llywelyn ap Iorwerth's ancestors in "Baldwin-Llywelyn," listserve message Dec 1998, The genealogy which purports to make Gwriad a direct male-line descendant of Llywarch Hen is almost certainly a late fabrication. It is more likely that his paternal ancestors were among those who are named in HG.4, but the exact line of descent (if any) is uncertain, and Gwriad's parentage must be regarded as unknown..

King of Dumnonia Geraint Llyngesog ab Erbin o Dumnonia

b. circa 448
King of Dumnonia Geraint Llyngesog ab Erbin o Dumnonia|b. c 448|p279.htm#i11897|King of Dumnonia Erbin ap Custennin o Dumnonia|b. c 427|p97.htm#i11898||||King of Dumnonia Custennin G. a. C. o Dumnonia|b. c 411\nd. 443|p288.htm#i11899||||||||||
FatherKing of Dumnonia Erbin ap Custennin o Dumnonia1 b. circa 427
     Also called Gerren.2 His epithet "Llyngesog" means "the Fleet Owner." King of Dumnonia Geraint Llyngesog ab Erbin o Dumnonia also went by the name of Geraint "the Fleet Owner". He was the successor of King of Dumnonia Erbin ap Custennin o Dumnonia; King of Dumnonia.2 King of Dumnonia Geraint Llyngesog ab Erbin o Dumnonia was born circa 448. He was the son of King of Dumnonia Erbin ap Custennin o Dumnonia.1 King of Dumnonia Geraint Llyngesog ab Erbin o Dumnonia married Gwyar ferch Amlawdd (?) before 480.1 King of Dumnonia at Britain between 480 and 508.2 Prince of Dumnonée at Brittany between 480 and 510.2 King of Dumnonia Geraint Llyngesog ab Erbin o Dumnonia was said to have served with the legendary Arthur.2 He was the predecessor of King of Dumnonia Cadwy ap Geraint o Dumnonia; King of Dumnonia.2 King of Dumnonia Geraint Llyngesog ab Erbin o Dumnonia died at Llongborth.3

Family

Gwyar ferch Amlawdd (?) b. circa 450
Children

Citations

  1. [S266] EBK, online http://freespace.virgin.net/david.ford2/…
  2. [S640] History Files, online http://homepages.tesco.net/~plk33/plk33/history.htm
  3. [S640] History Files, online http://homepages.tesco.net/~plk33/plk33/history.htm, for place, Llongborth.
  4. [S302] Jean-Michel Pognat, "Brittany: Many Kingdoms or One?".

Enguenulf de Ferrers1

b. after 1070
Enguenulf de Ferrers|b. a 1070|p279.htm#i12254|Henry de Ferrers|b. c 1040\nd. a 1089|p352.htm#i12252|Berta (?)|b. c 1045|p101.htm#i12253|||||||||||||
FatherHenry de Ferrers1 b. circa 1040, d. after 1089
MotherBerta (?)1 b. circa 1045
     Enguenulf de Ferrers was born after 1070.1 He was the son of Henry de Ferrers and Berta (?).1 Enguenulf de Ferrers died. D.s.p.1

Citations

  1. [S209] Somerset Herald J.R. Planché, Planché, J.R..

William de Ferrers

b. after 1070
William de Ferrers|b. a 1070|p279.htm#i12255|Henry de Ferrers|b. c 1040\nd. a 1089|p352.htm#i12252|Berta (?)|b. c 1045|p101.htm#i12253|||||||||||||
FatherHenry de Ferrers b. circa 1040, d. after 1089
MotherBerta (?) b. circa 1045
     William de Ferrers was born after 1070. He was the son of Henry de Ferrers and Berta (?). William de Ferrers died. D.s.p.

King of Judah Ahaziah ben Jehoram ha-David1

b. 0893 B.C.
King of Judah Ahaziah ben Jehoram ha-David|b. 0893 B.C.|p279.htm#i13017|King of Judah Jehoram ben Jehoshephat ha-David|b. 0910 B.C.|p107.htm#i13019|Queen of Judah Athaliah bat Ahab beit Omri|d. 0864 B.C.|p273.htm#i13020|King of Judah Jehoshephat b. A. ha-David|b. 0935 B.C.|p107.htm#i13022||||King of North Israel Ahab b. O. of Israel||p279.htm#i13133|Queen of Israel Jezebel b. E. the Zidonian||p280.htm#i16288|
FatherKing of Judah Jehoram ben Jehoshephat ha-David2,3 b. 0910 B.C.
MotherQueen of Judah Athaliah bat Ahab beit Omri2,4 d. 0864 B.C.
     King of Judah Ahaziah ben Jehoram ha-David married Zibiah of Beersheba 0843 B.C.1 King of Judah Ahaziah ben Jehoram ha-David was selected by the people of Jerusalem to replace his father 0871/0 B.C..5 6th King of Judah at Jerusalem, Palestine, 0871/0-0870 B.C..6 He was the son of King of Judah Jehoram ben Jehoshephat ha-David and Queen of Judah Athaliah bat Ahab beit Omri.2,3,4 King of Judah Ahaziah ben Jehoram ha-David was born 0893 B.C..7 He became king when we was twenty two (22) years old. He joined his uncle, Jehoram, King of North Israel, against Syria and was wounded in battle. Also called Ozias.3 He died at Palestine. He joined his uncle Jehoram, king of Israel, in an expedition against Hazael, king of Damascus; but was wounded at the pass of Gur when attempting to escape, and had strength only to reach Megiddo, where he died.8

Family

Zibiah of Beersheba
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 329-76.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 329-77.
  3. [S275] ., KJV, Matthew 1:8.
  4. [S275] ., KJV, Book of 2 Chronicles, 22:1-2.
  5. [S275] ., KJV, Book of 2 Chronicles 22:1.
  6. [S32] Jerusalem Chronology of the Israelite Monarchies, online http://members.tripod.com/~lifsha/history/index.html
  7. [S275] ., KJV, Book of 2 Kings, 8:26.
  8. [S904] Matthew George Easton (1823-1894), Easton's, 23135.

Er the Israelite1

Er the Israelite||p279.htm#i13047|Judah ben Jacob the Israelite||p107.htm#i13044|Bedsu'el the Canaanite|d. 1832 B.C.|p276.htm#i13046|Patriarch Jacob b. I. the Semite||p279.htm#i13052|Leah b. L. the Semite||p107.htm#i13053|Shua the Canaanite||p107.htm#i13050||||
FatherJudah ben Jacob the Israelite1
MotherBedsu'el the Canaanite1 d. 1832 B.C.
     Er the Israelite married Tamar the Semite, daughter of Epher ben Midian the Semite, 1835 B.C. At 2165 A.M., in the forty-fifth jubilee, in the second week, (and) in the second year; Her 1st. Gen. 38:6 "And Judah took a wife for Er his firstborn, whose name was Tamar."2 Er the Israelite died at Canaan. "Er, the firstborn of Judah, was evil in the sight of the LORD; and he slew him." d.s.p.3,4 He was the son of Judah ben Jacob the Israelite and Bedsu'el the Canaanite.1 Er the Israelite was born. Firstborn. Gen. 38:3 "And she conceived, and bare a son; and he called his name Er." 1 Chron. 2:3 "The sons of Judah; Er, and Onan, and Shelah: which three were born unto him of the daughter of Shua the Canaanitess."1,5,6

Family

Tamar the Semite

Citations

  1. [S275] ., KJV, Book of 1 Chronicles, Chapter 2:3.
  2. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 41:1.
  3. [S275] ., KJV, 1 Chronicles 2:3.
  4. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 44:34.
  5. [S275] ., KJV, Book of 1 Chronicles, 2:3.
  6. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 38:3.

Onan the Israelite1

Onan the Israelite||p279.htm#i13048|Judah ben Jacob the Israelite||p107.htm#i13044|Bedsu'el the Canaanite|d. 1832 B.C.|p276.htm#i13046|Patriarch Jacob b. I. the Semite||p279.htm#i13052|Leah b. L. the Semite||p107.htm#i13053|Shua the Canaanite||p107.htm#i13050||||
FatherJudah ben Jacob the Israelite1
MotherBedsu'el the Canaanite1 d. 1832 B.C.
     Onan the Israelite died at Canaan. D.s.p.2 He was born. Second born. Gen. 38:4 "And she conceived again, and bare a son; and she called his name Onan." 1 Chron. 2:3 "The sons of Judah; ... Onan, ...: which three were born unto him of the daughter of Shua the Canaanitess."3 He was the son of Judah ben Jacob the Israelite and Bedsu'el the Canaanite.1 Onan the Israelite married Tamar the Semite, daughter of Epher ben Midian the Semite; Her 2nd. Gen. 38:8 "And Judah said unto Onan, Go in unto thy brother's wife, and marry her..."4

Family

Tamar the Semite

Citations

  1. [S275] ., KJV, Book of 1 Chronicles, Chapter 2:3.
  2. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 44:34.
  3. [S275] ., KJV, Book of 1 Chronicles, 2:3.
  4. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 38:8.

Patriarch Jacob ben Isaac the Semite1

Patriarch Jacob ben Isaac the Semite||p279.htm#i13052|Patriarch Isaac ben Abraham the Semite||p107.htm#i13065|Rebekah bat Bethuel the Semite||p107.htm#i13066|Patriarch Abraham b. T. the Semite|b. 1996 BCE\nd. 1896 BCE|p276.htm#i13071|Sarah the Semite||p279.htm#i13072|Bethuel the Semite||p107.htm#i13068||||
FatherPatriarch Isaac ben Abraham the Semite2
MotherRebekah bat Bethuel the Semite2
     Patriarch Jacob ben Isaac the Semite led his sons, and their families, into Egypt 1828 B.C. At 2172 A.M., in the second year of the third week of the forty-fifth jubilee. Exodus 1:1 "Now these are the names of the children of Israel, which came into Egypt; every man and his household came with Jacob." 1:2 "Reuben, Simeon, Levi, and Judah," 1:3 "Issachar, Zebulun, and Benjamin," 1:4 "Dan, and Naphtali, Gad, and Asher." 1:5 "And all the souls that came out of the loins of Jacob were seventy souls: for Joseph was in Egypt already."3,4 He was the father of Judah ben Jacob the Israelite; the fourth son of Jacob and his first wife Leah.5 Patriarch Jacob ben Isaac the Semite bought his brother Esau's birthright with "bread and pottage of lentiles".6 He was commanded by his father not take a wife of the daughters of Canaan, but rather to go to Padanaram, to the house of Bethuel, his mother's father; and take a wife from there of the daughters of Laban his mother's brother.7 He was the son of Isaac and Rebekah.8 He was a plain man, dwelling in tents.9 He was double-crossed by Laban, who gave him Leah, his elder daughter, instead of Rachel, whom Jacob had seen first, even after fulfilling seven years of service.10 He served a second seven years to his uncle, Laban, for the right to marry his first choice, Rachel, the sister of the wife first given him.11 He offered to serve his uncle, Laban, son of Bethuel, seven years for Rachel, Laban's younger daughter.12 He left the land of Padan-aram, the land of Laban, and returned to his father Isaac in Mamre, or "the wood of Mamre," a place in the neighborhood of Hebron at Palestine.13,14 He gave his name to the "Israelite" people. Also called Saturn of Crete.15 He died. Died 17 years after arriving in Egypt. He was the son of Patriarch Isaac ben Abraham the Semite and Rebekah bat Bethuel the Semite.2 Also called Israel. Patriarch Jacob ben Isaac the Semite was a prosperous sheep herder and livestock owner.1 Patriarch Jacob ben Isaac the Semite was buried in the family cave of Machpelah.1 He was born at Canaan. Gen. 25:24 "And when her days to be delivered were fulfilled, behold, there were twins in her womb." 25:25 "And the first came out red, all over like an hairy garment; and they called his name Esau." 25:26 "And after that came his brother out, and his hand took hold on Esau's heel; and his name was called Jacob: and Isaac was threescore years old when she bare them."; Matt. 1:2 "... Isaac begat Jacob;"; Luke 3:34 "... which was the son of Isaac."1,16,17,18 He married Leah bat Laban the Semite, daughter of Laban ben Bethuel the Semite; His 1st. 1st cousins.1,19 Patriarch Jacob ben Isaac the Semite married Rachel bat Laban the Semite, daughter of Laban ben Bethuel the Semite; His 2nd. 1st cousins.20 Patriarch Jacob ben Isaac the Semite was the father of Levi ben Jacob the Israelite; the third son of Jacob and his first wife Leah.21 Patriarch Jacob ben Isaac the Semite was the father of Benjamin ben Jacob the Israelite; the twelfth son of Jacob, and the second by his second wife Rachel (who died in childbirth).22

Family 1

Rachel bat Laban the Semite b. 1589 BCE, d. 1553 BCE, 11 Marheshvan
Child

Family 2

Leah bat Laban the Semite
Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 329-94.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 329-95.
  3. [S275] ., KJV, Exodus 1:1-5.
  4. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, 45:1.
  5. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 29:35.
  6. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 25:34.
  7. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 28:1-2.
  8. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 25:26.
  9. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 25:27.
  10. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 29:27.
  11. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 29:28.
  12. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 29:18.
  13. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 35:27.
  14. [S904] Matthew George Easton (1823-1894), Easton's.
  15. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url.
  16. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 25:24.
  17. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Matthew, 1:2.
  18. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Luke, 3:34.
  19. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 29:23.
  20. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 29:18-19.
  21. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 29:34.
  22. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 35:18.
  23. [S275] ., KJV, Book of 1 Chronicles, Chapter 2:2.
  24. [S275] ., KJV, Book of 1 Chronicles, Chapter 2:1.

Sarah the Semite1

Sarah the Semite||p279.htm#i13072|Tarakr ben Nahor the Semite|b. 2126 BCE\nd. 1921 BCE|p276.htm#i13073||||Nahor b. S. the Semite|b. 2155 BCE|p108.htm#i13093|'Ijaska bat Nestag of the Chaldees||p110.htm#i13306|||||||
FatherTarakr ben Nahor the Semite b. 2126 BCE, d. 1921 BCE
     Sarah the Semite was the mother of Patriarch Isaac ben Abraham the Semite; the son of Abraham and his first wife, Sarah.2 Sarah the Semite married Patriarch Abraham ben Tarakr the Semite, son of Tarakr ben Nahor the Semite and 'Edna bat 'Abram (?); 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."1,3,4 Sarah the Semite represents the Christian church, which is free.5 She stands for "the mother of us all," i.e. of those who, by grace, are one with the true Son of promise, of whom Isaac was the type.6 She was the daughter of Tarakr ben Nahor the Semite. Sarah the Semite was buried in the cave of Machpelah, near Mamre.1 She was born at Ur, Sumeria. Jubilees 12:10 "... , the daughter of his (Abraham's) father."1,7 She died at Kiriath, Arba, Hebron, Caanan. Gen. 23:1 "And Sarah was an hundred and seven and twenty years old: these were the years of the life of Sarah." 23:2 "And Sarah died in Kirjatharba; the same is Hebron in the land of Canaan: and Abraham came to mourn for Sarah, and to weep for her."1,8
Also called Serai.1

Family

Patriarch Abraham ben Tarakr the Semite b. 1996 BCE, d. 1896 BCE
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 329-96.
  2. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 21:2-3; Luke 3:34; Matthew 1:2.
  3. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 11:29.
  4. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Book of Jubilees, 12:9-10.
  5. [S904] Matthew George Easton (1823-1894), Easton's, under "Hagar".
  6. [S906] D. D. Rev. C. I. Scofield, Scofield, under Genesis 25:4.
  7. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Book of Jubilees, 12:10.
  8. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 23:1.

Amnon ben David ha-David1

Amnon ben David ha-David||p279.htm#i13075|King of Israel David ben Jesse the Israelite|b. 1033 B.C.\nd. 0970 B.C.|p273.htm#i13000||||Jesse b. O. the Ephrathite||p107.htm#i13034|Abala of Israel||p191.htm#i21228|||||||
FatherKing of Israel David ben Jesse the Israelite1 b. 1033 B.C., d. 0970 B.C.
     Amnon ben David ha-David was the first son of David by his wife Ahinoam the Jezreelitess.2 He died. He was probably murdered by father’s 4th wife, Maachah, in the interests of her son. d.s.p.3 He was the son of King of Israel David ben Jesse the Israelite.1 Amnon ben David ha-David was born at Hebron, Judah.2 He was a witness where Maachah the Geshuritess probably had Amnon, her husband David's first son, murdered in order to advance her own son, Absalom.3

Citations

  1. [S275] ., KJV, Book of 1 Chronicles, 3:1.
  2. [S275] ., KJV, 1 Chronicles 3:1.
  3. [S1083] Davidic Dynasty, online http://members.aol.com/rdavidh218/davidicdynasty.html

Daniel ben David ha-David1

Daniel ben David ha-David||p279.htm#i13077|King of Israel David ben Jesse the Israelite|b. 1033 B.C.\nd. 0970 B.C.|p273.htm#i13000||||Jesse b. O. the Ephrathite||p107.htm#i13034|Abala of Israel||p191.htm#i21228|||||||
FatherKing of Israel David ben Jesse the Israelite2 b. 1033 B.C., d. 0970 B.C.
     Daniel ben David ha-David was the second son of David, by Abigail the Carmelitess.1 He died. He died young without issue. d.s.p.3 He was born at Hebron, Judah.1 He was the son of King of Israel David ben Jesse the Israelite.2 Also called Chileab.3

Citations

  1. [S275] ., KJV, 1 Chronicles 3:1.
  2. [S275] ., KJV, Book of 1 Chronicles, 3:1.
  3. [S1083] Davidic Dynasty, online http://members.aol.com/rdavidh218/davidicdynasty.html

Adonijah ben David ha-David1

Adonijah ben David ha-David||p279.htm#i13082|King of Israel David ben Jesse the Israelite|b. 1033 B.C.\nd. 0970 B.C.|p273.htm#i13000||||Jesse b. O. the Ephrathite||p107.htm#i13034|Abala of Israel||p191.htm#i21228|||||||
FatherKing of Israel David ben Jesse the Israelite2,3 b. 1033 B.C., d. 0970 B.C.
     Adonijah ben David ha-David died. He was put to death by his younger brother Solomon whose rule he was threatening.4,5 He requested Abishag, the young woman who had been his father David's last concubine, as a wife, a request which was tantamount to seeking to take the place of the dead monarch.4 He was famed for his beauty.6 He was heir-expectant, after Absalom’s death.7 He was the son of King of Israel David ben Jesse the Israelite.2,3,8 Adonijah ben David ha-David was born at Hebron, Judah.3 He was the fourth son of David, by Haggith.3,2

Citations

  1. [S275] ., KJV, Book of 1 Chronicles, 3:2.
  2. [S275] ., KJV, 2 Samuel 3:4.
  3. [S275] ., KJV, 1 Chronicles 3:2.
  4. [S1122] Gerald A. Larue, Larue, ch. 12.
  5. [S275] ., KJV, 1 Kings 2:24.
  6. [S904] Matthew George Easton (1823-1894), Easton's, Haggith.
  7. [S1083] Davidic Dynasty, online http://members.aol.com/rdavidh218/davidicdynasty.html
  8. [S275] ., KJV, 1 Kings 1:5.

Haran ben Tarakr the Semite1

Haran ben Tarakr the Semite||p279.htm#i13090|Tarakr ben Nahor the Semite|b. 2126 BCE\nd. 1921 BCE|p276.htm#i13073||||Nahor b. S. the Semite|b. 2155 BCE|p108.htm#i13093|'Ijaska bat Nestag of the Chaldees||p110.htm#i13306|||||||
FatherTarakr ben Nahor the Semite1 b. 2126 BCE, d. 1921 BCE
     Haran ben Tarakr the Semite was the son of Tarakr ben Nahor the Semite.1 Haran ben Tarakr the Semite was the father of Milcah bat Haran of Ur; the daughter of Haran, and the sister of Iscah.2 Haran ben Tarakr the Semite died at northern Chaldea. And Haran died before his father Terah in the land of his nativity, in Ur of the Chaldees.3 He was father of Lot, Milcah, and Iscah.4 He was the eldest son of Terah, brother of Abraham and Nahor.4

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 11:27.
  2. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 11:29.
  3. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 11:27.
  4. [S904] Matthew George Easton (1823-1894), Easton's.
  5. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 11:29.

Arphaxad ben Shem the Semite1

b. 2346 BCE
Arphaxad ben Shem the Semite|b. 2346 BCE|p279.htm#i13099|Shem ben Noah of Êldâ|b. 2446 BCE|p108.htm#i13100||||Noah b. L. of Êldâ|b. 2948 BCE|p279.htm#i13101|`Emzârâ bat Râkê'êl of Êldâ|b. 3291 B.C.|p109.htm#i13210|||||||
FatherShem ben Noah of Êldâ2 b. 2446 BCE
     Arphaxad ben Shem the Semite was born 2346 BCE.3 He was the son of Shem ben Noah of Êldâ.2 Arphaxad ben Shem the Semite married Rasu'eja the Semite, daughter of Elam the Semite and Susan (?), 2630 B.C. At 1373 A.M., in the twenty-ninth jubilee, in the first week, in the beginning thereof; Jubilees 8:1 "Arpachshad took to himself a wife and her name was Rasu'eja" She was his grandniece.4 Arphaxad ben Shem the Semite died. He died at the age of 438 years.5 He became, according to the Jewish historian Josephus, the progenitor of the Chaldeans.6 Also called Arpachshad.7 He was per Genesis 11:10 and Luke 3:36, the son of Sem.8,9

Family 1

Rasu'eja the Semite
Child

Family 2

Child

Citations

  1. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 11:10.
  2. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 5:32.
  3. [S1126] ?, "Essays", James Ussher and the Creation of the World: Genesis 11:10.
  4. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Book of Jubilees, 8:1.
  5. [S275] ., KJV, Gen. 11:10-13; 1 Chr. 1:17, 18; Luke 3:36.
  6. [S904] Matthew George Easton (1823-1894), Easton's.
  7. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Chapter 7:18.
  8. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 7:18.
  9. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 11:10; Luke 3:36.

Noah ben Lamech of Êldâ1,2

b. 2948 BCE
Noah ben Lamech of Êldâ|b. 2948 BCE|p279.htm#i13101|Lamech ben Methusaleh of Êldâ|b. 3130 BCE|p108.htm#i13102|Betenos bat Baraki'il of Êldâ|b. 3344 B.C.|p109.htm#i13208|Methuselah b. E. of Êldâ|b. 3317 BCE\nd. 2344 B.C.|p276.htm#i13103|Edna b. A. of Êldâ|b. 3411 B.C.|p109.htm#i13206|Baraki'il ben Enoch of Êldâ|b. 3311 or 3411 B.C.|p109.htm#i13209||||
FatherLamech ben Methusaleh of Êldâ3,4 b. 3130 BCE
MotherBetenos bat Baraki'il of Êldâ b. 3344 B.C.
     Noah ben Lamech of Êldâ survived the Flood 2348 BCE.5 He married `Emzârâ bat Râkê'êl of Êldâ, daughter of Râkê'êl ben Methuselah of Êldâ, 2795 B.C. At 1205 A.M., in the twenty-fifth jubilee, in the first year in the fifth week; 1st cousins. Jubilees 4:33 "Noah took to himself a wife, and her name was Emzara, ... the daughter of his father's brother."6 Noah ben Lamech of Êldâ was born 2948 BCE.7 He was the son of Lamech ben Methusaleh of Êldâ and Betenos bat Baraki'il of Êldâ.3,4 Noah ben Lamech of Êldâ was the father of Shem ben Noah of Êldâ; per Genesis 5:32 and Luke 3:36, the son of Noah, and per Jubilees 4:33, his cousin Emzara.6,8 Noah ben Lamech of Êldâ died. And all the days of Noah were nine hundred and fifty (950) years: and he died.9 He was per Genesis 5:28-29, and Luke 3:36, the son of Lamech, and per Jubilees 4:28, his cousin Betenos.10,11 He cursed his son Ham for mocking his nakedness, rather than helping cover him. Gen. 9:25 "And he said, Cursed be Canaan; a servant of servants shall he be unto his brethren."12 Noah ben Lamech of Êldâ was buried in Mt. Lubar in the Land of Ararat. Jubilees 8:15-16 "... And Noah slept with his fathers, and was buried on Mount Lubar in the land of Ararat."13 Also called Nóe Celtic.14 He blessed his son, Shem, for covering his nakedness. Gen. 9:26 "And he said, Blessed be the LORD God of Shem; and Canaan shall be his servant."15 He was the father of Japheth ben Noah of Êldâ; per Genesis 5:32, the son of Noah, and per Jubilees 4:33, his cousin Emzara.6,16

Family 1

Child

Family 2

`Emzârâ bat Râkê'êl of Êldâ b. 3291 B.C.
Children

Citations

  1. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 5:28-29.
  2. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Japheth, 10.
  3. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 5:25.
  4. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 67.
  5. [S1126] ?, "Essays", James Ussher and the Creation of the World: Genesis 7:06.
  6. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:33.
  7. [S1126] ?, "Essays", James Ussher and the Creation of the World: Genesis 5:28.
  8. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:32; Luke 3:36.
  9. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 9:29.
  10. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Jubilees 4:28.
  11. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:28-29; Luke 3:36.
  12. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 9:25.
  13. [S279] Robert Henry Charles (1855-1931), Jubilees, Book of Jubilees, 8:15-16.
  14. [S335] Donnchadh Ó Corráin, Rawl. 502, 22].
  15. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 9:26.
  16. [S275] ., KJV, Genesis 5:32.
  17. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Genesis, 5:32.

King of North Israel Ahab ben Omri of Israel

King of North Israel Ahab ben Omri of Israel||p279.htm#i13133|King of North Israel Omri of Israel||p107.htm#i13021||||||||||||||||
FatherKing of North Israel Omri of Israel
     King of North Israel Ahab ben Omri of Israel was the son of King of North Israel Omri of Israel. King of North Israel Ahab ben Omri of Israel was recorded by King Shalmaneser III of Assyria as a participant 0853 B.C..1 8th King of North Israel at Samaria, Palestine, 0903-0883/2 B.C..2,3 He was the father of Queen of Judah Athaliah bat Ahab beit Omri; the daughter of Ahab and Jezebel.4 King of North Israel Ahab ben Omri of Israel died. Ahab renewed war with Ben-hadad by assaulting the city of Ramoth-gilead, although the prophet Micaiah warned him that he would not succeed, and that the 400 false prophets who encouraged him were only leading him to his ruin. Micaiah was imprisoned for thus venturing to dissuade Ahab from his purpose. Ahab went into the battle disguised, that he might if possible escape the notice of his enemies; but an arrow from a bow "drawn at a venture" pierced him, and though stayed up in his chariot for a time he died towards evening, and Elijah’s prophecy was fulfilled.5 He was deprived of all his children by Jehu. 2 Kings 10:11 "So Jehu slew all that remained of the house of Ahab in Jezreel, and all his great men, and his kinsfolks, and his priests, until he left him none remaining."6 He married Queen of Israel Jezebel bat Ethbaal the Zidonian, daughter of King of Sidon Ethbaal the Zidonian; The "first time that a king of Israel had allied himself by marriage with a heathen princess."7,8

Family

Queen of Israel Jezebel bat Ethbaal the Zidonian
Children

Citations

  1. [S280] David M. Rohl, Pharaohs and Kings, pg. 32.
  2. [S30] Jack M. Sasson, Ancient Near East, Vol II, pg. 1311-1319, The Kingdoms of Israel and Judah.
  3. [S275] ., KJV, Book of 1 Kings 16:28.
  4. [S275] ., KJV, 2 Kings 8:18.
  5. [S904] Matthew George Easton (1823-1894), Easton's, 23131.
  6. [S275] ., KJV, Book of 2 Kings, 10:11.
  7. [S275] ., KJV, 1 Kings 16:31.
  8. [S904] Matthew George Easton (1823-1894), Easton's, 25064.
  9. [S275] ., KJV, 2 Kings 3:1.

Jesus "the Christ"1

b. 0007 B.C.
Jesus "the Christ"|b. 0007 B.C.|p279.htm#i13195|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-David2 b. 0029 B.C., d. 0026 AD
     Jesus "the Christ" was born 0007 B.C. At March 21, Bethlehem, Judaea. Firstborn son of Mary and Joseph. Matt. 1:16 "... Joseph the husband of Mary, of whom was born Jesus, who is called Christ."; Luke 3:23 "And Jesus ... being the son of Joseph, which was the son of Heli,"; Romans 1:3 "... made of the seed of David according to the flesh;"; Matt 1:25 "... she had brought forth her firstborn son: and he called his name Jesus"; Matt 2:1 "Now when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judaea in the days of Herod the king."3,4,5,6,7
He was the son of Joseph ha-David.2 A contract for the marriage of Jesus "the Christ" and Mary Magdalene of Bethany was signed 03 Sep 0030. Their First Marriage. This was where Mary first annointed Jesus's feet at Simon's house. Only as the bride of Jesus would she have permitted to do this act as laid down by Messianic tradition. Luke 7:44 "And he turned to the woman, and said unto Simon, Seest thou this woman? I entered into thine house, thou gavest me no water for my feet: but she hath washed my feet with tears, and wiped them with the hairs of her head."8,9 Jesus "the Christ" and Mary Magdalene of Bethany were engaged 06 Jun 0030; Their Betrothal communion.8 Jesus "the Christ" recruited his first disciples and began his ministry __ Mar 0029. He was annointed by Mary in Bethany, who poured a precious box of spikenard over his head, and in accordance with Zechariah's prophecy, road a donkey into Jerusalem __ Mar 0033. This act of abject humility was one done from the time of Soloman until the Babylonian Captivity in which the Davidic Kings had ridden to their coronations on mules in order to display their closeness with the people.10 He was supported by the Hellenists (westernized Jews) as the rightful Christ (from Greek Christos, meaning King) in opposition to his younger, but legitimate, brother James __ ___ 0023.11 He was a witness where James "the Just" supported by the orthodox Hebrews as the rightful Christ (from Greek Christos, meaning King) in opposition to his older, but illegitimate, brother Jesus __ ___ 0023.11 Jesus "the Christ" was forced to "go public" in proclaiming himself as the Messiah the people so desperately wanted since he faced opposition from his brother James and even John the Baptist who supported James as the "more legitimate" heir to David __ ___ 0026.11 Also called Joshua.2 Also called Jesus the Nazarene "Nazarene" or "Nazarite" not for the town of Nazareth, which may not even have existed in the time of Jesus, but the name of a sect. The Koran of Islam refers to Christians as "Nazara," and is a word coming from the Hebrew "Nazrie ha-Brit" meaning "Keepers of the Covenant." To be a Nazarene was to belong to this sect. He was baptized at Jordan; Jesus was baptised by John the Baptist.11 He died. Rom 1:4 "... declared to be the Son of God with power, according to the spirit of holiness, by the resurrection from the dead."12

Family

Mary Magdalene of Bethany b. __ ___ 0005, d. __ ___ 0063

Citations

  1. [S317] The Chevalier Labran de St. Germain Laurence Gardner, Gardner's Bloodline, 49.
  2. [S317] The Chevalier Labran de St. Germain Laurence Gardner, Gardner's Bloodline, 405.
  3. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Matthew, 1:25, 2:1.
  4. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Luke, 3:23 .
  5. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Matthew, 1:16.
  6. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Romans, 1:3.
  7. [S317] The Chevalier Labran de St. Germain Laurence Gardner, Gardner's Bloodline, 39.
  8. [S317] The Chevalier Labran de St. Germain Laurence Gardner, Gardner's Bloodline, 70.
  9. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Luke 7:44.
  10. [S317] The Chevalier Labran de St. Germain Laurence Gardner, Gardner's Bloodline, 65-66.
  11. [S317] The Chevalier Labran de St. Germain Laurence Gardner, Gardner's Bloodline, 43.
  12. [S275] ., KJV, Book of Romans, 1:4.

Amram ha-Levi

Amram ha-Levi||p279.htm#i13223|Kohath ha-Levi||p109.htm#i13221||||Levi b. J. the Israelite||p107.htm#i13056|Melka (?)||p167.htm#i24586|||||||
FatherKohath ha-Levi1
     Amram ha-Levi was born. 1 Chron. 23:12 "The sons of Kohath; Amram..."2 He died at Egypt. He died at the age of 137 years.1,3 He was the son of Kohath ha-Levi.1 Amram ha-Levi married Jochebed ha-Levi, daughter of Levi ben Jacob the Israelite and Melka (?); Nephew/aunt.1

Family

Jochebed ha-Levi
Child

Citations

  1. [S904] Matthew George Easton (1823-1894), Easton's, 23220.
  2. [S275] ., KJV, Book of 1 Chronicles, 23:12.
  3. [S275] ., KJV, Ex 6:20.
  4. [S904] Matthew George Easton (1823-1894), Easton's, 23002.

High Priest Aaron ha-Levi

High Priest Aaron ha-Levi||p279.htm#i13224|Amram ha-Levi||p279.htm#i13223|Jochebed ha-Levi||p109.htm#i13222|Kohath ha-Levi||p109.htm#i13221||||Levi b. J. the Israelite||p107.htm#i13056|Melka (?)||p167.htm#i24586|
FatherAmram ha-Levi1
MotherJochebed ha-Levi1
     High Priest Aaron ha-Levi was the ancestor of the primary priests of the Judaism, with whom the office would remain forever.2 He was "... was separated, that he should sanctify the most holy things, he and his sons for ever, to burn incense before the LORD, to minister unto him, and to bless in his name for ever".3 He died at Mount Hor, "in the edge of the land of Edom". He died atop the mount, stripped of his vestments (which went to his son Eleazer), at the age of 123 years old.1 He was born at Egypt. He was born three years before his brother, Moses, and a number of years after his sister Miriam.4,1 He was the son of Amram ha-Levi and Jochebed ha-Levi.1 High Priest.3 High Priest Aaron ha-Levi married Elisheba the Israelite, daughter of Amminadab the Israelite; 2nd cousins, 3x removed. Exodus 6:23 "And Aaron took him Elisheba, daughter of Amminadab, sister of Naashon, to wife."5 High Priest Aaron ha-Levi was the father of High Priest Eleazer ben Aaron ha-Kohen; the third son of Aaron and Elisheba.6,7 High Priest Aaron ha-Levi was the father of Ithamar ben Aaron ha-Kohen; the son of Aaron.6 High Priest Aaron ha-Levi was the father of Nadab ben Aaron ha-Kohen; the son of Aaron.6 High Priest Aaron ha-Levi was the father of Abihu ben Aaron ha-Kohen; the son of Aaron.6

Family

Elisheba the Israelite
Children

Citations

  1. [S904] Matthew George Easton (1823-1894), Easton's, 23002.
  2. [S275] ., KJV, Book of 1 Chronical, 23:13.
  3. [S275] ., KJV, Book of 1 Chronicles, 23:13.
  4. [S275] ., KJV, 1 Chronicles 23:13.
  5. [S275] ., KJV, Ex 6:23.
  6. [S275] ., KJV, 1 Chronicles 24:1.
  7. [S904] Matthew George Easton (1823-1894), Easton's, 24148.

Dan Mikilláta Óláfsson, King of the Danes

Dan Mikilláta Óláfsson, King of the Danes||p279.htm#i13323|Óláfr Vermundarson, King of the Danes||p111.htm#i13324|Dampi (?)||p143.htm#i16315|Vermundr "the Sage" Fródason, King of the Danes||p111.htm#i13325||||Ríg of Denmark||p151.htm#i17056||||
FatherÓláfr Vermundarson, King of the Danes
MotherDampi (?)
     Dan Mikilláta Óláfsson, King of the Danes was the son of Óláfr Vermundarson, King of the Danes and Dampi (?). Dan Mikilláta Óláfsson, King of the Danes died. He lived to a very great age.1 King of the Danes at Denmark.2 Also called King Dan of the Danes. King of the Danes at Denmark.1 He was the successor of Óláfr Vermundarson, King of the Danes; King of the Danes.2

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S449] Circa 1225 A.D. Snorri Sturluson, Chronicle of the Kings of Norway, The Ynglinga Saga.
  2. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html, Scandanavia, Denmark.

Hálfdan Frodisson, King of the Danes

Hálfdan Frodisson, King of the Danes||p279.htm#i13332|Frode III "the Pacific" Dansson, King of the Danes|b. c 433\nd. 310|p285.htm#i13322||||Dan M. Ó., King of the Danes||p279.htm#i13323||||||||||
FatherFrode III "the Pacific" Dansson, King of the Danes1 b. circa 433, d. 310
     Hálfdan Frodisson, King of the Danes was the son of Frode III "the Pacific" Dansson, King of the Danes.1 Hálfdan Frodisson, King of the Danes was the successor of Dan Mikilláta Óláfsson, King of the Danes; King of the Danes.2 Hálfdan Frodisson, King of the Danes was older than his brother, and above him in all things.3 He died at Uppsala. He died in bed.3 King of Uppsala at Sweden circa 338. He attacked Aunn of Uppsala, and following twenty-five years of Aunn's rule (ruled 313-448 (sic)) there, usurped him to become King in Uppsala circa 338.3

Citations

  1. [S277] Gene Gurney, Kingdoms of Europe, pg. 430, Denmark.
  2. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html, Scandanavia, Denmark.
  3. [S449] Circa 1225 A.D. Snorri Sturluson, Chronicle of the Kings of Norway, The Ynglinga Saga.

Wihtlæg, King of the Angles and the Jutes (Anglo-Saxon Myth)1

Wihtlæg, King of the Angles and the Jutes (Anglo-Saxon Myth)||p279.htm#i13358|||||||||||||||||||
     Wihtlæg, King of the Angles and the Jutes (Anglo-Saxon Myth) died. Wihtlæg ruled over the two kingdoms (that of the Angles and then the Jutes) for many long and peaceful years, before dying of disease.2

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S1602] Gavin Chappell, Angliad, 6. OFFA.
  2. [S1602] Gavin Chappell, Angliad, 5. AMLUTH.
  3. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Wihtlæg, 56.

John Graham1

b. circa 1825?
John Graham|b. c 1825?|p279.htm#i25120|Andrew Graham|b. 17 Mar 1799|p280.htm#i15848|Catherine Robinson|b. c 1799\nd. 1874|p481.htm#i15847|William? Graham|b. s 1769|p259.htm#i29544||||James? Robinson|b. s 1769|p259.htm#i29543||||
FatherAndrew Graham1 b. 17 March 1799
MotherCatherine Robinson1 b. circa 1799, d. 1874
     John Graham was born circa 1825? At Enniskillen, Fermanagh County, Northern Ireland.2 He was the son of Andrew Graham and Catherine Robinson.1 John Graham married Margaret Stevenson in 1850 at Percy Township, Ontario, Canada.1 John Graham was Wesleyan Methodist.3 He died at Roland, Manitoba, Canada.1

Family

Margaret Stevenson
Children

Citations

  1. [S1152] Williamson's Grahams, online http://www.telusplanet.net/public/molowill/Williamson/html/…
  2. [S750] Robert B. Stewart, "My Theories", for date & place.
  3. [S1153] 4 reels, Wesleyan Baptisms: Vol 1, pg. 41, © Ida Reed, 2001, Internet.

Margaret Stevenson1

     Margaret Stevenson was born at Down County, Ireland.1 She married John Graham, son of Andrew Graham and Catherine Robinson, in 1850 at Percy Township, Ontario, Canada.1 Margaret Stevenson died at Roland, Manitoba, Canada.1

Family

John Graham b. circa 1825?
Children

Citations

  1. [S1152] Williamson's Grahams, online http://www.telusplanet.net/public/molowill/Williamson/html/…
  2. [S1153] 4 reels, Wesleyan Baptisms: Vol 1, pg. 41, © Ida Reed, 2001, Internet.

Aeneas Silvius of Roman Myth1

Aeneas Silvius of Roman Myth||p279.htm#i13416|Silvius of Roman Myth||p116.htm#i13802||||King of Latium Ascanius I. of Roman Myth|d. 1137 B.C.|p274.htm#i13415||||||||||
FatherSilvius of Roman Myth1
     Aeneas Silvius of Roman Myth was the son of Silvius of Roman Myth.1 Aeneas Silvius of Roman Myth died. Accidentally shot dead, by his son, Brutus with an arrow while out hunting. Also called Selys Hen of Britain.2

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1332] Royal Houses of Mythical Greece, online http://www.timelessmyths.com/, Genealogy: Houses of the Rome.
  2. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Assaracus, 34.
  3. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Assaracus, 35.

Michal bat Saul the Benjaminite1

Michal bat Saul the Benjaminite||p279.htm#i13474|King of Israel Saul ben Kish the Benjaminite||p112.htm#i13475||||||||||||||||
FatherKing of Israel Saul ben Kish the Benjaminite2
     Michal bat Saul the Benjaminite was the daughter of King of Israel Saul ben Kish the Benjaminite.2,3 Michal bat Saul the Benjaminite married King of Israel David ben Jesse the Israelite, son of Jesse ben Obed the Ephrathite and Abala of Israel; His 1st. s.p.4,5,2 Michal bat Saul the Benjaminite was the younger of Saul's two daughters by his wife Ahinoam.3 She died. 2 Samuel 6:23 "Therefore Michal the daughter of Saul had no child unto the day of her death." She remained childless, and thus the races of David and Saul were not mixed.6,7

Family

King of Israel David ben Jesse the Israelite b. 1033 B.C., d. 0970 B.C.

Citations

  1. [S280] David M. Rohl, Pharaohs and Kings, pg. 229.
  2. [S1083] Davidic Dynasty, online http://members.aol.com/rdavidh218/davidicdynasty.html
  3. [S275] ., KJV, 1 Samuel 14:49-50.
  4. [S275] ., KJV, Book of 1 Samuel, 18:27.
  5. [S280] David M. Rohl, Pharaohs and Kings, pg. 31, 229.
  6. [S275] ., KJV, Book of 2 Samuel 6:23.
  7. [S904] Matthew George Easton (1823-1894), Easton's.

Jonathan ben Saul the Benjaminite1

Jonathan ben Saul the Benjaminite||p279.htm#i13494|King of Israel Saul ben Kish the Benjaminite||p112.htm#i13475||||||||||||||||
FatherKing of Israel Saul ben Kish the Benjaminite1
     Jonathan ben Saul the Benjaminite died. He was dead when David came to power.2 He was born. 1 Samuel 14:49 "Now the sons of Saul ... Jonathan ..."1 He was the son of King of Israel Saul ben Kish the Benjaminite.1

Citations

  1. [S275] ., KJV, Book of 1 Samuel, 14:49.
  2. [S1122] Gerald A. Larue, Larue.

Hector of Greek Myth1

Hector of Greek Myth||p279.htm#i13601|King of Troy Priam of Greek Myth|d. 1184 B.C.|p274.htm#i13399|Hecuba of Phrygia||p113.htm#i13600|King of Troy Laomedon of Greek Myth|d. 1235 BC|p274.htm#i13404||||King of Phrygia Dymas of Phrygia||p192.htm#i21417||||
FatherKing of Troy Priam of Greek Myth1 d. 1184 B.C.
MotherHecuba of Phrygia1
     Hector of Greek Myth was the son of King of Troy Priam of Greek Myth and Hecuba of Phrygia.1 Hector of Greek Myth was the cousin of King of Latium Aeneas of Roman Myth; a cousin of Hector.2 Hector of Greek Myth was the chief warrior of the Trojan army.3 He was the eldest son of the Trojan king Priam and his queen Hecuba.3 He died. Slain by Achilles, who then dragged his body behind his chariot to the camp, and afterward round the tomb of Patroclus.3 He married Princess of Thebe Andromache of Greek Myth, daughter of Prince of Thebe in Mysia Eëtion of Greek Myth; Her 1st.3

Family

Princess of Thebe Andromache of Greek Myth
Child

Citations

  1. [S286] Edith Hamilton, Mythology: Timelss Tales.
  2. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Aeneas (Roman myth.).
  3. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Hector (Gr. myth.).
  4. [S922] Marcotte's Hercules Chart, online http://www.electroauthor.com/marcotte_genealogy/…

King of Aegina Aeacus of Greek Myth1

King of Aegina Aeacus of Greek Myth||p279.htm#i13707|the God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth||p113.htm#i13604|the Naiad Aegina of Greek Myth||p115.htm#i13706|the Titan Cronos of Greek Myth||p114.htm#i13698|the Titaness Rhea of Greek Myth||p114.htm#i13699|the River God Asopus of Greek Myth||p115.htm#i13703|the Naiad Metope of Greek Myth||p115.htm#i13705|
Fatherthe God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth1
Motherthe Naiad Aegina of Greek Myth1
     King of Aegina Aeacus of Greek Myth was the son of the God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth and the Naiad Aegina of Greek Myth.1 King of Aegina Aeacus of Greek Myth was the son of Zues.2 King of Aegina.3 He died. Aeacus keeps, since his death, the keys of Underworld.1 He married the Nymph Endeis of Greek Myth, daughter of Sciron of Greek Myth and the Nymph Chariclo of Greek Myth.

Family

the Nymph Endeis of Greek Myth
Children

Citations

  1. [S289] Greek Mythology Link, online http://hsa.brown.edu/~maicar/index.html
  2. [S922] Marcotte's Hercules Chart, online http://www.electroauthor.com/marcotte_genealogy/…
  3. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Myrmidon (Gr. myth.).

King of the Myrmidons Peleus of Greek Myth

King of the Myrmidons Peleus of Greek Myth||p279.htm#i13713|King of Aegina Aeacus of Greek Myth||p279.htm#i13707|the Nymph Endeis of Greek Myth||p115.htm#i13714|the God of the Sky Zeus of Greek Myth||p113.htm#i13604|the Naiad Aegina of Greek Myth||p115.htm#i13706|Sciron of Greek Myth||p241.htm#i27384|the Nymph Chariclo of Greek Myth||p115.htm#i13716|
FatherKing of Aegina Aeacus of Greek Myth
Motherthe Nymph Endeis of Greek Myth
     King of the Myrmidons Peleus of Greek Myth was the son of King of Aegina Aeacus of Greek Myth and the Nymph Endeis of Greek Myth. King of the Myrmidons Peleus of Greek Myth died. Peleus survived his son Achilles and his grandson Neoptolemus, and dwelled after his own death in the Islands of the Blest.1 King of the Myrmidons at Phthia, Thessaly.2,3,4 He was accused of killing his half-brother, along with his brother Telamon, and was exiled to Phthia.1 He married the Nereid Thetis of Greek Myth, daughter of the Sea-God Nereus of Greek Myth and the Oceanid Doris of Greek Myth; His 2nd. At this wedding party, Eris (Discord) threw the famous Apple.1,3,5 King of the Myrmidons Peleus of Greek Myth married Antigone of Phthia; His 1st.1

Family 1

Antigone of Phthia

Family 2

the Nereid Thetis of Greek Myth
Child

Citations

  1. [S289] Greek Mythology Link, online http://hsa.brown.edu/~maicar/index.html
  2. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Achilles (Gr. myth.).
  3. [S922] Marcotte's Hercules Chart, online http://www.electroauthor.com/marcotte_genealogy/…
  4. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Myrmidon (Gr. myth.).
  5. [S1333] Theoi Project, online www.theoi.com\index.htm, THETIS.

Antigone of Phthia1

Antigone of Phthia||p279.htm#i13721|||||||||||||||||||
     Antigone of Phthia married King of the Myrmidons Peleus of Greek Myth, son of King of Aegina Aeacus of Greek Myth and the Nymph Endeis of Greek Myth; His 1st.1 Antigone of Phthia died. Killed herself after being lied to about her husband, Peleus, marrying another woman. Peleus avenged the death, with the help of Jason, slaughtering the lying woman, Astydamia, and dividing her limb from limb.1

Family

King of the Myrmidons Peleus of Greek Myth

Citations

  1. [S289] Greek Mythology Link, online http://hsa.brown.edu/~maicar/index.html

Prince of Thebe in Mysia Eëtion of Greek Myth1,2

     Prince of Thebe in Mysia Eëtion of Greek Myth was king of Thebe, a city to the east of Mount Ida at Asia Minor.3 Prince of Thebe at Mysia.4 He died. He was killed by Achilles when he sacked the town.5

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S289] Greek Mythology Link, online http://hsa.brown.edu/~maicar/index.html
  2. [S922] Marcotte's Hercules Chart, online http://www.electroauthor.com/marcotte_genealogy/…
  3. [S289] Greek Mythology Link, online http://hsa.brown.edu/~maicar/index.html, Andromache.
  4. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Andromache (Gr. myth.).
  5. [S289] Greek Mythology Link, online http://hsa.brown.edu/~maicar/index.html, Neoptolemus.

the Oceanid Philyra of Greek Myth1

the Oceanid Philyra of Greek Myth||p279.htm#i13795|the Titan Oceanus of Greek Myth||p114.htm#i13700|the Titaness Tethys of Greek Myth||p114.htm#i13701|the Heaven Uranus of Greek Myth||p116.htm#i13787|the Earth Goddess Gaia of Greek Myth||p116.htm#i13788|the Heaven Uranus of Greek Myth||p116.htm#i13787|the Earth Goddess Gaia of Greek Myth||p116.htm#i13788|
Fatherthe Titan Oceanus of Greek Myth1
Motherthe Titaness Tethys of Greek Myth1
     The Oceanid Philyra of Greek Myth was the daughter of the Titan Oceanus of Greek Myth and the Titaness Tethys of Greek Myth.1 The Oceanid Philyra of Greek Myth married the Titan Cronos of Greek Myth, son of the Heaven Uranus of Greek Myth and the Earth Goddess Gaia of Greek Myth.1 The Oceanid Philyra of Greek Myth died. It is said that when she saw that she had borne a strange species (a Centaur), she asked Zeus to change her into another form, and she was turned into the tree called Linden.1

Family

the Titan Cronos of Greek Myth
Child

Citations

  1. [S289] Greek Mythology Link, online http://hsa.brown.edu/~maicar/index.html

'Ali ibn Abi al-'As1

b. circa 616
'Ali ibn Abi al-'As|b. c 616|p279.htm#i13801|Abu al-'As ibn al-Rabi'|b. c 595|p87.htm#i11005|Zainab bint Muhammad Banu Hâshim|b. c 597\nd. 629|p296.htm#i10994|al-Rabi Banu 'Abd Shams|b. c 570|p176.htm#i21667|N. N. bint Khuwaylid banu As'sad al-Qurayshiyya||p176.htm#i21668|Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allâh al-Mustafa (pbuh&hf), The Prophet|b. 9 May 570\nd. 8 Jun 632|p297.htm#i10984|Khadîjah bint Khuwaylid banu As'sad al-Qurayshiyya|b. c 555\nd. bt 619 - 620|p296.htm#i10985|
FatherAbu al-'As ibn al-Rabi' b. circa 595
MotherZainab bint Muhammad Banu Hâshim b. circa 597, d. 629
     'Ali ibn Abi al-'As was the son of Zainab, the eldest of the Prophet's daughters.1 He was born circa 616. He was the son of Abu al-'As ibn al-Rabi' and Zainab bint Muhammad Banu Hâshim. 'Ali ibn Abi al-'As died. He died in adolescence.1

Citations

  1. [S469] Al-Islam.com, online http://www.al-islam.com/, The Prophet's grandchildren.

Estrildis of the Germans1

Estrildis of the Germans||p279.htm#i13820|||||||||||||||||||
     Estrildis of the Germans married Locrine of the Britons, son of Brutus the Dardanian and Ignoge of the Greeks; His 2nd, whom he hid from his 1st's father, Corineus.1,2 Estrildis of the Germans had a beauty "such as was hardly to be matched. No ivory or new-fallen snow, no lily could exceed the whiteness of her skin.".2 She died. Drowned on the orders of her husband's first wife, Gwendolen.1

Family

Locrine of the Britons d. 1081 B.C.
Child

Citations

  1. [S290] Bill Cooper, After the Flood.
  2. [S624] Geoffrey of Monmouth, Geoffrey of Monmouth, Book II, Chapter 2.

Sabre of the Britons1

Sabre of the Britons||p279.htm#i13821|Locrine of the Britons|d. 1081 B.C.|p274.htm#i13419|Estrildis of the Germans||p279.htm#i13820|Brutus the Dardanian|d. 1091 BC|p274.htm#i13417|Ignoge of the Greeks||p116.htm#i13815|||||||
FatherLocrine of the Britons2 d. 1081 B.C.
MotherEstrildis of the Germans2
     Sabre of the Britons was the daughter of Locrine of the Britons and Estrildis of the Germans.2 Sabre of the Britons died. Drowned on the orders of her father's first wife, Gwendolen.2 Also called Habran.2

Citations

  1. [S624] Geoffrey of Monmouth, Geoffrey of Monmouth, Book II, Chapter 4.
  2. [S290] Bill Cooper, After the Flood.