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Abu al-Hayja' 'Abd Allah ibn Hamdan al-Taghlibi1,2,3

d. 929
Abu al-Hayja' 'Abd Allah ibn Hamdan al-Taghlibi|d. 929|p319.htm#i23970|Hamdan bin Hamdun al-Taghlibi||p212.htm#i23971||||Hamdun b. a. al-Taghlibi||p212.htm#i23973||||||||||
FatherHamdan bin Hamdun al-Taghlibi2,1,4
     Abu al-Hayja' 'Abd Allah ibn Hamdan al-Taghlibi was the son of Hamdan bin Hamdun al-Taghlibi.2,1,4 Abu al-Hayja' 'Abd Allah ibn Hamdan al-Taghlibi was 'Abd Allah bin Hamdan.2,1 Also called 'Abdullah bin Hamdan.3 Also called Abu al-Hayja' of Mosul.2 He was one of the greatest commanders of the Abbasid State.3 He was appointed by Al-Muktafi Bi Allah to be ruler of Mosul and its surroundings between 904 and 905.3,5 He initiated the Hamdanid dynasty by assuming the post of governor of Mosul in 905.1 Governor of Mosul at Al-Jazirah, Iraq, between 905 and 929.2,1,4 He became involved in a plot to make Muhammad al-Kahir Caliph of the Abbasid Empire in 929.2 He died in 929. The plot backfired and Abu l-Haydja died "heroically" defending Al-Kahir.2,3 He was the predecessor of Nasir ad-Dawlah al-Hasan ibn Abu al-Hayja', Governor of Mosul; Emir of Mosul.2,1,6

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Hamdanid dynasty (Muslim Arab dynasty) .
  2. [S1089] D'Agostinos, online http://members.tripod.com/~toncxjo/hamdanid.html
  3. [S469] Al-Islam.com, online http://www.al-islam.com/
  4. [S1411] Stanley Lane-Pool, The Mohammadan Dynasties, pg. 113.
  5. [S1411] Stanley Lane-Pool, The Mohammadan Dynasties, pg. 111.
  6. [S1411] Stanley Lane-Pool, The Mohammadan Dynasties, pg. 112.

rí Osraige Diarmait mac Cerbaill Uí Éremóin1

d. 929
rí Osraige Diarmait mac Cerbaill Uí Éremóin|d. 929|p319.htm#i24746|rí Osraige Cerball mac Dúngaile Uí Éremóin|d. 888|p313.htm#i14560|Ailbi ingen Máel Sechnaill Uí Éremóin||p125.htm#i14561|tigherna Osraighe Dúngal m. F. Uí Éremóin|d. 841|p308.htm#i14559||||Máel S., rí Midi, *Ard-rí na h'Éireann*|d. 13 Nov 863|p310.htm#i14558|N. N. (?)||p125.htm#i14562|
Fatherrí Osraige Cerball mac Dúngaile Uí Éremóin1,2 d. 888
MotherAilbi ingen Máel Sechnaill Uí Éremóin1
     Rí Osraige Diarmait mac Cerbaill Uí Éremóin was the son of rí Osraige Cerball mac Dúngaile Uí Éremóin and Ailbi ingen Máel Sechnaill Uí Éremóin.1,2 Rí Osraige Diarmait mac Cerbaill Uí Éremóin was son of Cerball by Ailbi (the only child whose mother's identity is known).1 Chronicon Scotorum 929: "Diarmaid son of Cerball, king of Osraige, died."2 He died in 929.2

Citations

  1. [S1133] Stewart Baldwin (e-mail address), Cerball of Osraige in "Cerball of Osraige," newsgroup message 2001-12-10 14:15:04 PST.
  2. [S333] W. Hennessy, Chronicon Scotorum, Annal CS929.

Ælfthryth of Wessex

b. 877, d. 7 June 929
Ælfthryth of Wessex|b. 877\nd. 7 Jun 929|p319.htm#i5061|Alfred "the Great", King of the English|b. c 848\nd. 25 Oct 899|p314.htm#i7276|Ealhswith, Queen of England|b. c 852\nd. 904|p315.htm#i7277|Æthelwulf, King of the English|b. c 795\nd. 13 Jan 858|p309.htm#i7279|Osburh of Hampshire|b. c 810\nd. a 876|p311.htm#i7280|Æthelred M., Ealdorman of the Gaini|b. c 820|p59.htm#i7278|Eadburga of Mercia|b. c 827|p77.htm#i10079|
FatherAlfred "the Great", King of the English1,2,3 b. circa 848, d. 25 October 899
MotherEalhswith, Queen of England1,2 b. circa 852, d. 904
     Ælfthryth of Wessex was mentioned in the will of her father between 873 and 888.4 She was a witness where Alfred "the Great", King of the English created a will leaving extensive lands whose beneficiaries included Winchester (Cathedral) and the king's children between 873 and 888.4 Ælfthryth of Wessex was born in 877 at Wessex, England.5 She was the daughter of Alfred "the Great", King of the English and Ealhswith, Queen of England.1,2,3 Ælfthryth of Wessex married Boudewijn II, Graaf van Vlaanderen, son of Boudewijn I "de IJzeren Arm", Markgraaf van Vlaanderen and Judith, Queen of England, in 884; From this union descend the Counts of Flanders.5,1,2,3 Ælfthryth of Wessex appeared in a charter which read "Elstrudis (i.e. Ælfthryth, daughter of King Alfred and wife of Baldwin II of Flanders) and her sons Arnulf and Adelolf to St Peter's Abbey, Ghent; grant of land at Lewisham, Greenwich and Woolwich, Kent" in 918 at Ghent, Flanders.6 She died on 7 June 929 at age 52 years. She died leaving issue.5,2,7

Family

Boudewijn II, Graaf van Vlaanderen b. between 863 and 865, d. 2 January 917
Children

Citations

  1. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 382, genealogy table 11, England 802-1066, (a) the House of Wessex, 802-1066..
  2. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, pg. xlix.
  3. [S1063] PASE, online http:\\www.asnc.cam.ac.uk\pase\Level1\homepage.html, BDDAB, p. 13; CDNB 1:21; DNB 1:167 = 1:167.
  4. [S520] Electronic Sawyer, online http:\\www.trin.cam.ac.uk\sdk13\chartwww\eSawyer.99\eSawyer2.html, S 1507.
  5. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 235-37.
  6. [S520] Electronic Sawyer, online http:\\www.trin.cam.ac.uk\sdk13\chartwww\eSawyer.99\eSawyer2.html, S 1205a.
  7. [S1063] PASE, online http:\\www.asnc.cam.ac.uk\pase\Level1\homepage.html, BDDAB, p. 13; CDNB 1:21; DNB 1:167 = 1:167 - "929".
  8. [S1599] Todd A. Farmerie (e-mail address), Re: Need correction on this pedigree (Message 2 in thread) in "Counts of Boulogne," newsgroup message 2004-09-06 09:40:10 PST.

Lothar II, Graf von Stade1

b. before 874, d. 4 September 929
Lothar II, Graf von Stade|b. b 874\nd. 4 Sep 929|p319.htm#i6536|Lothar I, Graf von Stade|b. c 850\nd. 2 Feb 880|p312.htm#i6537|Enda von Sachsen|b. c 850\nd. a 874|p311.htm#i6538|||||||Liudolf, dux|b. bt 805 - 820\nd. 12 Mar 866|p310.htm#i5395|Oda Billung, Gräfin von Sachsen|b. bt 805 - 806\nd. 17 May 913|p316.htm#i5396|
FatherLothar I, Graf von Stade b. circa 850, d. 2 February 880
MotherEnda von Sachsen b. circa 850, d. after 874
     Lothar II, Graf von Stade was born before 874. He was the son of Lothar I, Graf von Stade and Enda von Sachsen. Lothar II, Graf von Stade married Swanhilde, Gräfin von Stade before 929.2 Lothar II, Graf von Stade died on 4 September 929 at near Lenzen on the Elbe, Germany. Died in battle while fighting the Wends.3

Family 1

Swanhilde, Gräfin von Stade b. circa 909, d. 13 December
Children

Family 2

Child

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Udonen.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 301-37.
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Udonen, 4.9.929 bei Lenzen.
  4. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 301-36.
  5. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen von Haldensleben.
  6. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Wettiner.

Svatý Václav I, Kníze Ceská

b. between 906 and 907, d. 28 September 929
Svatý Václav I, Kníze Ceská|b. bt 906 - 907\nd. 28 Sep 929|p319.htm#i8419|Vratislav I, Kníze Ceská|b. b 875\nd. c 921|p317.htm#i8418|Drahomíra, Fürstin in Böhmen|b. c 877\nd. a 935|p319.htm#i8420|Borivoj, Kníze Ceská|b. c 850\nd. c 910|p316.htm#i8421|St. L. of Mielnik|b. c 860\nd. 15 Sep 921|p317.htm#i10742|Fürst des Heveller|b. c 860|p200.htm#i22578||||
FatherVratislav I, Kníze Ceská b. before 875, d. circa 921
MotherDrahomíra, Fürstin in Böhmen b. circa 877, d. after 935
     Svatý Václav I, Kníze Ceská also went by the name of St. Wenceslas. He was born between 906 and 907 at Stochov, near Prague, Bohemia. Age 8 when he succeeded his father who died in 916.1,2,3 He was the son of Vratislav I, Kníze Ceská and Drahomíra, Fürstin in Böhmen. Svatý Václav I, Kníze Ceská was the "Good King Wenceslas" of the Christmas Carol. Duke of Bohemia between 921 and 929.3 He submitted to the German king Henry I the Fowler in 929.4 He died on 28 September 929 at 935?, Stará Boleslav, Bohemia. Killed by his brother at the instigation of their mother. He was waylaid by Boleslav en route to mass, Wenceslas was killed at the church door.5 He was the predecessor of Boleslav I Krutý, Kníze Ceská; Duke of Bohemia.3

Citations

  1. [S249] Transcribed by Joseph P. Thomas The Catholic Encyclopedia.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Heveller-Fürsten.
  3. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, The Premyslid rulers of Bohemia (895-1306), from Czechoslovak region, history of.
  4. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  5. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Wenceslas I (prince of Bohem.) .

Carolus III Simplex, roi des Francs1,2,3

b. 17 September 879, d. 7 October 929
Carolus III Simplex, roi des Francs|b. 17 Sep 879\nd. 7 Oct 929|p319.htm#i7259|Hludowic II "le Bègue", roi|b. 1 Nov 846\nd. 10 Apr 879|p312.htm#i5772|Adelais de Paris|b. bt 855 - 860\nd. 18 Nov 901|p315.htm#i7258|Carolus I. C., empereur auguste|b. 13 Jun 823\nd. 6 Oct 877|p312.htm#i5064|Ermentrudis d' Orléans|b. 27 Oct 830\nd. 6 Oct 869|p311.htm#i5065|westfränkischer Pfalzgraf Adalhard des Franken|b. 830\nd. 10 Oct 890|p314.htm#i8382||||
FatherHludowic II "le Bègue", roi2,4,5 b. 1 November 846, d. 10 April 879
MotherAdelais de Paris2,6,5 b. between 855 and 860, d. 18 November 901
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Also called Westfränkischer König Karl III "des Einfältigen" des Westfranken German.7 Also called Karl III "der Einfältigen".8 Carolus III Simplex, roi des Francs also went by the name of Charles III "the Simple" "The Simple" was not meant to be derogatory. Charles was simply matter-of-fact and straight-forward. Very unpolitical. Carolus III Simplex, roi des Francs also went by the name of Roi Charles III "le Simple" de France French.3 He was born on 17 September 879.2,3 He was the son of Hludowic II "le Bègue", roi and Adelais de Paris.2,4,5,6 Carolus III Simplex, roi des Francs was denied succeession to the throne of France by his eastern frankish relative, Charles the Fat, in 885. He associated with N. N. (?) circa 898; Concubine/s.3 Carolus III Simplex, roi des Francs succeeded the Robertian King, Otto, to the throne of the West Franks in 898. King of the West Franks between 898 and 922.9 Also called par la grâce de Dieu, roi des Francs. He married Frederuna, Westfränkische Königin, daughter of Dietrich, Graf im Westfalen und von Ringelheim and Gräfin von Ringelheim Reginhilde von Friesland, on 13 April 907; His 1st.3,7 Carolus III Simplex, roi des Francs was a witness where Rollo, comte de Rouen recieved, under the Treaty of St. Clair, the Duchy of Normandy from Charles III "the Simple" in 911. King of Lotharingia at Lorraine, Frankish Empire, between 911 and 925.10 Carolus III Simplex, roi des Francs married Ogiva of Wessex, daughter of Edward "the Elder", King of the English and Queen of the English Ælfflæd of Wessex, circa 917; His 2nd. Her 1st.11,3,12 Carolus III Simplex, roi des Francs was deposed from the throne of France by Robert, brother of Otto the Robertian, in 922. He was the predecessor of Gislebert, duc de Lorraine; Duke of Lorraine.4,10 Carolus III Simplex, roi des Francs was a witness where Dirk I, Graaf van Holland an adherant of Charles "the Simple" before 929. Carolus III Simplex, roi des Francs was a witness where Aymar de Bourbon chevalier advanced by Charles the Simple, King of France, before 929. Carolus III Simplex, roi des Francs died on 7 October 929 at Peronne, France, at age 50 years and 20 days. Imprisoned until his death by his 3rd cousin, 1x removed, Herbert II of Vermandois.13,4,11,3 Carolus III Simplex, roi des Francs was buried in St. Fursy, France.

Family 1

N. N. (?) b. circa 878
Children

Family 2

Frederuna, Westfränkische Königin b. circa 887, d. 10 February 917
Children

Family 3

Ogiva of Wessex b. circa 904, d. 951
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 171-37.
  2. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 148-17.
  3. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, tableau 7.
  4. [S440] Léon van der Essen, Deux Mille, Gen Table II: De Charlemagne a Philippe le Bon.
  5. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., I:34.
  6. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 336, genealogy table 9, the Carolingian Dynasty (from Charlemagne), France, b..
  7. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Immedinger.
  8. [S1143] Brockhaus 2002, Ludwig IV Transmarinus.
  9. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html
  10. [S640] History Files, online http://homepages.tesco.net/~plk33/plk33/history.htm
  11. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, pg. xlix.
  12. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., I:49.
  13. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 358.
  14. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Matfriede.
  15. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 148-18.
  16. [S277] Gene Gurney, Kingdoms of Europe, pg. 125.

Brenin Glwyssing Owain ap Hywel o Gwent

b. circa 850, d. circa 930
Brenin Glwyssing Owain ap Hywel o Gwent|b. c 850\nd. c 930|p319.htm#i11859|Brenin Glwyssing Hywel ap Rhys o Gwent|b. c 830\nd. 886|p313.htm#i11860||||Rhys a. A. o Gwent|b. c 805|p96.htm#i11863||||||||||
FatherBrenin Glwyssing Hywel ap Rhys o Gwent b. circa 830, d. 886
     Brenin Glwyssing Owain ap Hywel o Gwent was born circa 850.1 He was the son of Brenin Glwyssing Hywel ap Rhys o Gwent. Brenin Glwyssing Owain ap Hywel o Gwent married Elen verch Rhodri o Gwynedd, daughter of Rhodri Fawr ap Merfyn, Brenin Cymru and N. N. (?), before 874. Brenin Glwyssing Owain ap Hywel o Gwent was the successor of Brenin Glwyssing Hywel ap Rhys o Gwent; King of Glwyssing.2 King of Glwyssing at Wales circa 926.2 Brenin Glwyssing Owain ap Hywel o Gwent died circa 930.1 He was the predecessor of Brenin Morgannwg Morgan Hen Fawr ab Owain o Gwent; King of Glamorgan.2

Family

Elen verch Rhodri o Gwynedd b. circa 850
Children

Count of Castile Fernando Ansúrez1

b. circa 865, d. 930
     Count of Castile Fernando Ansúrez was born circa 865. He married Munia Domna Fernandez, daughter of Nunio Fernandez de Amaya, after 893; Her 2nd.1 Count of Castile at the Kingdom of León, Spain, between 927 and 930. Count of Castile Fernando Ansúrez died in 930.1

Family

Munia Domna Fernandez b. circa 868

Citations

  1. [S187] Royal Genealogy Database, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/

Lope Fortunez, señor de Vizcaya

d. 930
Lope Fortunez, señor de Vizcaya|d. 930|p319.htm#i20148|Fortun Zuria, Señor de Vizcaya|b. c 870\nd. 950|p321.htm#i20150|Aurea||p180.htm#i20151|Suaro Z., Señor de Vizcaya||p180.htm#i20152|Iñiga de Biscay||p180.htm#i20153|||||||
FatherFortun Zuria, Señor de Vizcaya1 b. circa 870, d. 950
MotherAurea1
     Lope Fortunez, señor de Vizcaya was the son of Fortun Zuria, Señor de Vizcaya and Aurea.1 Also called Count Lope Fortunez of Biscay. Lope Fortunez, señor de Vizcaya died in 930.1 He married Nuña González de Lara, daughter of Gonzalo Fernández, señor de Lara and Munia domna Nuñez de Amaya.1

Family

Nuña González de Lara b. circa 910?
Child

Citations

  1. [S682] D.S.O. Lt.-Col. W. H. Turton, Turton, pg. 64.

Folmar I von Worms1

b. circa 860, d. after 930
     Folmar I von Worms was born circa 860. He married Richilde (?) before 890. Folmar I von Worms died after 930.

Family

Richilde (?) b. circa 865
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 45-36.

Albert de Genève1

d. circa 931
Albert de Genève|d. c 931|p319.htm#i22224|Robert de Genève|d. c 880|p312.htm#i22225|Richilde (?)||p197.htm#i22226|||||||||||||
FatherRobert de Genève1 d. circa 880
MotherRichilde (?)1
     Albert de Genève was the son of Robert de Genève and Richilde (?).1 Albert de Genève married Oda (?).1 Albert de Genève died circa 931.1

Family

Oda (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S682] D.S.O. Lt.-Col. W. H. Turton, Turton, pg. 12.

Ermengarde de Chalon-sur-Sâone1

b. circa 905, d. 931
Ermengarde de Chalon-sur-Sâone|b. c 905\nd. 931|p319.htm#i9149|Manasses "l' Ancien", comte de Châlons|b. c 847?\nd. 919|p317.htm#i22239|Ermengardis de Provence|b. c 856|p166.htm#i18506|Theodore I., comte de Châlons||p197.htm#i22241|N. N. de Bourgogne|b. c 827|p197.htm#i22240|Boso I., roi de Provence|b. bt 825 - 828\nd. 11 Jan 887|p313.htm#i8230|N. N. (?)|b. c 835|p166.htm#i18505|
FatherManasses "l' Ancien", comte de Châlons1 b. circa 847?, d. 919
MotherErmengardis de Provence1 b. circa 856
     Ermengarde de Chalon-sur-Sâone was born circa 905. She was the daughter of Manasses "l' Ancien", comte de Châlons and Ermengardis de Provence.1 Ermengarde de Chalon-sur-Sâone married Lietaud II, comte de Mâcon, son of sire de Salins Albéric de Narbonne and Attelane, vicomtesse de Mâcon, before 931; His 1st. Ermengarde de Chalon-sur-Sâone died in 931.

Family

Lietaud II, comte de Mâcon b. circa 905, d. 17 September 965
Child

Citations

  1. [S1042] Stewart Baldwin (e-mail address)
    , Henry II AT in "Henry II AT," newsgroup message 2001-07-28 15:22:36 PST.

Beatrix de Vermandois

b. 880, d. after March 931
Beatrix de Vermandois|b. 880\nd. a Mar 931|p319.htm#i5187|Herbert I, seigneur de Peronne & de S. Quentin|b. c 850\nd. 902|p315.htm#i5244|Luitgardis de Troyes ?|b. c 860|p178.htm#i19935|Pepin I., seigneur de Peronne & de S. Quentin|b. c 815\nd. a 840|p308.htm#i5246|N. N. de Vermandois|b. 830|p178.htm#i19933|||||||
FatherHerbert I, seigneur de Peronne & de S. Quentin1,2 b. circa 850, d. 902
MotherLuitgardis de Troyes ?2 b. circa 860
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Beatrix de Vermandois was born in 880.1 She was the daughter of Herbert I, seigneur de Peronne & de S. Quentin and Luitgardis de Troyes ?.1,2 Beatrix de Vermandois married Robert II, duc de France, son of Robert I "le Fort", duc de France and N. N. de Laon, in 890; His 2nd.2,3 Beatrix de Vermandois died after March 931.1

Family

Robert II, duc de France b. after 15 September 866, d. 15 June 923
Children

Citations

  1. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  2. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, tableau 8.
  3. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., I:68.
  4. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 408.

Anti-King of Norway Hálfdan Svarti Haraldsson1

b. circa 878, d. circa 932
Anti-King of Norway Hálfdan Svarti Haraldsson|b. c 878\nd. c 932|p319.htm#i17030|Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway|b. c 850\nd. 933|p319.htm#i8268|Åsa Håkonsdóttir||p147.htm#i17028|Hálfdan S. G., King of Vestfold|b. c 820\nd. c 860|p310.htm#i8318|Ragnhildr Sigurdsdóttir||p51.htm#i8319|||||||
FatherHaraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway1 b. circa 850, d. 933
MotherÅsa Håkonsdóttir1
     Anti-King of Norway Hálfdan Svarti Haraldsson also went by the name of Halfdan "the Black". He was born circa 878 at Throndhjem. Twin of Halfdan "the White."1 He was the son of Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway and Åsa Håkonsdóttir.1 Anti-King of Norway Hálfdan Svarti Haraldsson was a witness where Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway bestowed land northward in Throndhjem on Halfdan the Black, Halfdan the White, and Sigrod in 900.2 King at Throndhjem in 900.2 Anti-King of Norway Hálfdan Svarti Haraldsson heard of that his fraticidal brother, Erik Bloodaxe was near, and he set out with his men, and surrounded the house in which Erik and his men were, but Eirik slept in a room which stood detached by itself, and he escaped into the forest with four others; but Halfdan and his men burnt the main house, with all the people who were in it, and on Erik's reporting this to their father, earned his anger.2 He refused to acknowledge Eirik as High-King of all Norway, and also took a king's high-seat, and took all Throndhjem land, with the consent of all the people, under his rule as upper king.2 Anti-King of Norway at Throndhjem in 930.2 He was reconciled with his father, following his attack on Erik, and due to the negotiator being a good friend of both men, was allowed to keep his kingdom should he allow Erik to sit in peace.2 He died circa 932. Halfdan the Black died suddenly at a feast in Throndhjem and the general report was that Gunhild, wife of Eirik Bloodaxe, had bribed a witch to give him a death-drink.2

Citations

  1. [S449] Circa 1225 A.D. Snorri Sturluson, Chronicle of the Kings of Norway.
  2. [S449] Circa 1225 A.D. Snorri Sturluson, Chronicle of the Kings of Norway, Harald Harfager's Saga.

Rollo, comte de Rouen1,2

b. circa 860, d. 932
     Rollo, comte de Rouen also went by the name of Rollo "the Viking". Rollo I of Normandy is not the Gongu-Hrolf of Icelandic Saga fame. Rollo is of unknown parentage. He was born circa 860. Annals of Monte Fernando 877: "Bollo et sui Normanniam penetraverunt."3 He participated in the Viking attack on Bayeux, the battle where Count Berenger of Bayeux was killed, and his daughter, Poppa captured and taken to be his wife in 890. He associated with "Poppa", daughter of Wido, comte de Senlis and Cunegundis des Francs; Rollo's "Danish wife," a prisoner he'd taken in battle.4 Rollo, comte de Rouen was created Count or Duke and established in order to stem the tide of further Norse invaders, like him, into France in 911. He recieved, under the Treaty of St. Clair, the Duchy of Normandy from Charles III "the Simple" in 911. He and "Poppa" were divorced in 912; Repudiated.5 Count of Rouen at Normandy, France, between 911 and 932.6,7 Rollo, comte de Rouen married Gisele des Francs Occidentale, daughter of Carolus III Simplex, roi des Francs and Frederuna, Westfränkische Königin, in 912; His 1st. s.p.6,5 Rollo, comte de Rouen married "Poppa", daughter of Wido, comte de Senlis and Cunegundis des Francs, circa 920?; Formally married.5 Rollo, comte de Rouen was baptized in 921; He was baptized in the name of Robert.5 Rollo, comte de Rouen was buried in Notre Dame, Rouen, Normandy, France. He died in 932.6

Family 1

"Poppa" b. 880
Children

Family 2

Gisele des Francs Occidentale b. circa 911, d. 919

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 162-36, 166-35.
  2. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 121E-18.
  3. [S1105] Margaret Lantry, AMF, MF877.1.
  4. [S1043] Henry Project, online http://sbaldw.home.mindspring.com/hproject/henry.htm, "Poppa", A wife or mistress of Rollo of Normandy.
  5. [S735] Peter Townend, B:P, 103rd, pg. xcii.
  6. [S482] Norman Davies, Davies, N., p. 1106.
  7. [S872] Heratlas, online http://www.multimania.com/heratlas/index.htm, Généalogie des ducs de Normandie (911-1204).
  8. [S1043] Henry Project, online http://sbaldw.home.mindspring.com/hproject/henry.htm, Guillaume "Longue Épée" of Normandy.
  9. [S1043] Henry Project, online http://sbaldw.home.mindspring.com/hproject/henry.htm, "Poppa", possible.

comte de Hainaut Régnier II de Hainaut1,2

b. circa 895, d. 932
comte de Hainaut Régnier II de Hainaut|b. c 895\nd. 932|p319.htm#i7247|Régnier I au-Long-Col, comte de Mons|b. c 850\nd. bt 25 Oct 915 - 19 Jan 916|p316.htm#i7252|Alberada, Gräfin von Hennegau, Herzogin von Lothringen|b. c 870\nd. a 916|p317.htm#i7897|Graf im Maas- und Scheldegau Giselbert I. von Toxandrien|b. c 820\nd. a 877|p312.htm#i7896|Ermengarde des Francs|b. c 824|p62.htm#i7895|||||||
FatherRégnier I au-Long-Col, comte de Mons3,4,5 b. circa 850, d. between 25 October 915 and 19 January 916
MotherAlberada, Gräfin von Hennegau, Herzogin von Lothringen5,6 b. circa 870, d. after 916
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Also called Graf von Hennegau Reginar II von Hennegau German.6 Comte de Hainaut Régnier II de Hainaut was born circa 890.1 He was born circa 895.6 He was the son of Régnier I au-Long-Col, comte de Mons and Alberada, Gräfin von Hennegau, Herzogin von Lothringen.3,4,5,6 Comte de Hainaut Régnier II de Hainaut succeeded his father to the countship of Hainault in 916.7 2nd Count of Hainault between 916 and 931.7,4 He married Adelheid, Gräfin von Hennegau, daughter of Richard I "der Gerichtsherr", Graf von Autun, Herzog von Burgund and Adelheid von Auxerre.8 Comte de Hainaut Régnier II de Hainaut built the Chateau fort, the first military structure in western europe to be built of stone between 924 and 931 at Mons, County of Hainault, West Frankish Kingdom, Frankish Empire.9 He was the predecessor of Régnier III, comte de Hainaut; 3rd Count of Hainault.4 Comte de Hainaut Régnier II de Hainaut died in 932.1,5

Family

Adelheid, Gräfin von Hennegau b. circa 895
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., 155-18.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 68-36.
  3. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 155-17.
  4. [S440] Léon van der Essen, Deux Mille, Gen Table II: De Charlemagne a Philippe le Bon.
  5. [S576] Jr. Aileen Lewers Langston and J. Orton Buck, Pedigrees of Charlemagne Descendants, Vol II, Chapter LXXII - Wright-Townsend-Bowman-Rosenmiller, pg. 315.
  6. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, der Reginare.
  7. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  8. [S1156] GdF, online mitglied.lycos.de, Familie der Bosoniden Herzöge von Burgund.
  9. [S432] Eileen Goodrum, Belgian History.

Bérenger "de Lomme", comte de Namur1

b. circa 875, d. 932
Bérenger "de Lomme", comte de Namur|b. c 875\nd. 932|p319.htm#i7430|Berengar, Graf in Sachsen, Graf der Hattenhuntare|b. c 855?\nd. a 892|p314.htm#i25253|Friderun (?)||p221.htm#i25383|Adalhard "von Burc", Laienabt von Cysoing|b. 836\nd. a 874|p311.htm#i25252|Swanaburc (?)||p221.htm#i25382|||||||
FatherBerengar, Graf in Sachsen, Graf der Hattenhuntare b. circa 855?, d. after 892
MotherFriderun (?)2
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Also called Graf von Namur Berengar von Namur German.3 Bérenger "de Lomme", comte de Namur was grand-nephew of Emperor Berenger I.4 He was born circa 875.5 He was the son of Berengar, Graf in Sachsen, Graf der Hattenhuntare and Friderun (?).2 1st Count of Namur at Lower Lorraine, Holy Roman Empire, between 907 and 932.6,7 Bérenger "de Lomme", comte de Namur married Symphoriane, Erbin des Lommatschgaus, daughter of Régnier I au-Long-Col, comte de Mons and Alberada, Gräfin von Hennegau, Herzogin von Lothringen, circa 927.7,3,8 Bérenger "de Lomme", comte de Namur died in 932.7,9 He was the predecessor of Robert I, comte de Namur; 2nd Count of Namur.6,7

Family

Symphoriane, Erbin des Lommatschgaus b. circa 907
Child

Citations

  1. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., II:755.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Unruochinger.
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, der Reginare.
  4. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/
  5. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Unruochinger, um 875.
  6. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html
  7. [S440] Léon van der Essen, Deux Mille, Gen Table II: De Charlemagne a Philippe le Bon.
  8. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Unruochinger, N.N., Tochter des Grafen Reginar Langhals.
  9. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Unruochinger, nach 933.
  10. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen von Namur.

Armengol, conde de Rouergue1

b. circa 875, d. 932
Armengol, conde de Rouergue|b. c 875\nd. 932|p319.htm#i8915|Eudes, comte de Toulouse|b. c 832\nd. 919|p317.htm#i5751|Garsinde d' Albi|b. 850|p49.htm#i5752|Bernard I., comte de Toulouse|b. c 833\nd. 872|p311.htm#i16945||||comte d' Albi Hermengild d' Albi|b. c 820\nd. 878|p312.htm#i5753||||
FatherEudes, comte de Toulouse2 b. circa 832, d. 919
MotherGarsinde d' Albi2 b. 850
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Armengol, conde de Rouergue was the uncle of Raymond III Pons, comte de Toulouse; nephew of Count Ermengaud.3 Also called Ermengaud.4 Armengol, conde de Rouergue was born circa 875. He was the son of Eudes, comte de Toulouse and Garsinde d' Albi.2 Armengol, conde de Rouergue was a witness where Eudes, comte de Toulouse with his sons, Raymond and Ermengaud, became the most important lords in Southern France, possessing counties which stretched from the borders of Gascony and of Périgord to the Rhone, after the death of Bernard Plantevelue in 886.5 Count of Gothia and the Rouergue at Midi-Pyrenees, France, between 919 and 932.4 Armengol, conde de Rouergue died in 932.2 He hastened north to do homage to the Capetian Raoul for his lands in 932.3

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1316] Reyes y Reinos Genealogias, online www.homar.org, España - 09.F.
  2. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  3. [S472] South French and Catalan Society, online Citation from this edition may be by URL or by reference to the pagination of the original 1965 University of Texas edition. These page numbers have been inserted into the text, set off in bold face and brackets., Ch. 10.
  4. [S1161] Pierre Riché, Riché, pg. 234.
  5. [S472] South French and Catalan Society, online Citation from this edition may be by URL or by reference to the pagination of the original 1965 University of Texas edition. These page numbers have been inserted into the text, set off in bold face and brackets., Ch. 6.

Maròzia di Roma1

b. circa 890, d. 932
Maròzia di Roma|b. c 890\nd. 932|p319.htm#i9099|Teofilatto, senatore romano|b. c 845|p69.htm#i9100|Theodora "the Elder" of Rome|b. c 865\nd. 928|p318.htm#i22517|||||||||||||
FatherTeofilatto, senatore romano b. circa 845
MotherTheodora "the Elder" of Rome2 b. circa 865, d. 928
     Maròzia di Roma was the daughter and heiress of Count Theophylakt von Tusculum and Theodora I.2,3 Patria at Rome. "Marozia" means "Little Mary."4 Also called Senatrix of Rome, Queen of Italy Marozia of Rome.2 She was the mother of Alberich II, Patricius von Rom, Markgraf von Spoleto; the half-brother of Pope John XI, Marozia's son by Duke Alberic I of Spoleto.5,6 Maròzia di Roma was the mother of Pope John XI; the son of Marozia by her first marriage with Alberic, per the Catholic Encyclopedia; and some, taking Liutprand and the "Liber Pontificalis" as their authority, assert that he was the natural son of Sergius III.6,4 Maròzia di Roma was related to Pope John XI; the son of Marozia (a dominant lady of the Roman Crescentii family), perhaps by her reputed lover, Pope Sergius III.5,4 Maròzia di Roma was born circa 890.2,7 She was the daughter of Teofilatto, senatore romano and Theodora "the Elder" of Rome.2 Maròzia di Roma associated with Pope Sergius III, son of Benedict of Rome, circa 905; Supposed.5 Maròzia di Roma married Markgraf von Spoleto Alberich I von Spoleto in 910; Her 1st.2 Maròzia di Roma married Markgraf von Tuszien Wido II von Tuszien, son of Adalbert II "der Reiche", Markgraf von Tuszien and Berta des Francs, in 915; Her 2nd (widow).2 Maròzia di Roma ordered Pope John X imprisoned in Castel Sant'Angelo circa May 928 at Rome.8 She was a witness where Pope John X enraged Theophylactus' daughter, Marozia, herself a powerful Roman senator when he allied himself with Hugh; she ordered John imprisoned in Castel Sant'Angelo circa May 928 at Rome, Italy.9 Maròzia di Roma witnessed the death of Pope John X between May 928 and June 928 at the Castel Sant'Angelo, Rome, Italy; He was probably smothered to death.9 Maròzia di Roma married Hugo "der Böse", König von Italien, son of Theotbald, Graf von Arles and Berta des Francs, in 932; His 3rd. Her 3rd (widow).2,10 Maròzia di Roma married her brother-in-law, Hugh, half-brother of Guy, King of Provence and Italy, to strengthen her own power in 932.6 She was deposed, arrested, and imprisoned by her son Alberic II in Castel Sant'Angelo between 932 and 933 at Rome, Italy.5 She was a witness where Alberich II, Patricius von Rom, Markgraf von Spoleto deposed, arrested, and imprisoned his mother in Castel Sant'Angelo between 932 and 933.5 Maròzia di Roma died in 932 at Castel Sant'Angelo, Rome, Italy. Died while imprisoned, like her husband, Gui.2

Family 1

Pope Sergius III d. 14 April 911
Child

Family 2

Markgraf von Spoleto Alberich I von Spoleto b. circa 870, d. before 900
Child

Family 3

Markgraf von Tuszien Wido II von Tuszien b. 896, d. 929
Children

Family 4

Hugo "der Böse", König von Italien b. 880, d. 10 April 948

Citations

  1. [S1016] . D-E Italiano, VII, pg. 435.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Hugoniden.
  3. [S585] Transcribed by Douglas J. Potter The Catholic Encyclopedia, Vol IV, Crescentius.
  4. [S1013] S. J., Professor of History, University of Santa Clara Joseph S. Brusher, Brusher, J. S., pg. 252.
  5. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, John XI (pope) .
  6. [S585] Transcribed by Douglas J. Potter The Catholic Encyclopedia, Vol VIII, Pope John XI.
  7. [S1016] . D-E Italiano, VII, pg. 435, c 892.
  8. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, John X (pope).
  9. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, John X (pope) .
  10. [S1156] GdF, online mitglied.lycos.de, Familie der Bosoniden/Hugoniden, 932.

Gonzalo Fernández, señor de Lara

b. circa 880, d. 932
Gonzalo Fernández, señor de Lara|b. c 880\nd. 932|p319.htm#i11108|Fernan Nuñez "el Negro"|b. a 855|p67.htm#i8778|Gutina Díaz de Castilla|b. c 872|p67.htm#i8777|Nuño N. "Rasura", señor de Amaya|b. c 825\nd. a 860|p310.htm#i11113|Argilo (?)|b. c 830|p88.htm#i11114|Diego I. R. "Porcelos", conde de Castilla|b. c 852\nd. 885|p313.htm#i8776|Asura Asnurez|b. c 845?|p237.htm#i27091|
FatherFernan Nuñez "el Negro"1,2 b. after 855
MotherGutina Díaz de Castilla1,2 b. circa 872
     Also called conde de Castilla Gonzalo Fernández de Lara.1,2 Gonzalo Fernández, señor de Lara was born circa 880. He was the son of Fernan Nuñez "el Negro" and Gutina Díaz de Castilla.1,2 Count of Burgos at Kingdom of Asturias-Leon between 889 and 932.3 Gonzalo Fernández, señor de Lara married Munia domna Nuñez de Amaya, daughter of Nuño Nuñez "el de Castrogeriz", señor de Amaya and Asura Díaz de Castilla; 1st cousins.2,4 Count of Castile at Kingdom of Asturias-Leon between 910 and 932.3 Gonzalo Fernández, señor de Lara extended the county towards the river Duero, and repopulated the town of San Esteban de Gormaz.3 He died in 932.1,2 Gonzalo Fernández, señor de Lara was buried in Cereso de Rio Tiron.2

Family

Munia domna Nuñez de Amaya b. circa 885, d. after 5 August 935
Children

Citations

  1. [S187] Royal Genealogy Database, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 285-37.
  3. [S771] Medieval Spain, online http://rococo.ele.cie.uva.es/ismael/english.html
  4. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 287-37.
  5. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 285-36.

Gothfraidh ua Ímair

b. circa 890, d. 932
Gothfraidh ua Ímair|b. c 890\nd. 932|p319.htm#i12287|N.N. mac Ímair|b. c 860|p99.htm#i12043||||Ímar mac rígh Lochlainne, rex Nordmannorum totius Hibernie & Brittanie|b. c 822\nd. 873|p311.htm#i12044||||||||||
FatherN.N. mac Ímair b. circa 860
     Also called Guðrøðr Old Norse. Gothfraidh ua Ímair was referred to as "Godfrey, grandson of Imhar".1 He was born circa 890. He was the son of N.N. mac Ímair. Gothfraidh ua Ímair and rí Dubgall & Finngall Ragnald ua Ímair were fought a battle with the Scots under Constantine II, with great slaughter on both sides in 918 at the Battle of Tinemore.2,3 Annals of Ulster 918: "The foreigners of Loch dá Chaech, i.e. Ragnall, king of the dark foreigners, and the two jarls, Oitir and Gragabai, forsook Ireland and proceeded afterwards against the men of Scotland. The men of Scotland, moreover, moved against them and they met on the bank of the Tyne in northern Saxonland. The heathens formed themselves into four battalions: a battalion with Gothfrith grandson of Ímar, a battalion with the two jarls, and a battalion with the young lords. There was also a battalion in ambush with Ragnall, which the men of Scotland did not see. The Scotsmen routed the three battalions which they saw, and made a very great slaughter of the heathens, including Oitir and Gragabai. Ragnall, however, then attacked in the rear of the Scotsmen, and made a slaughter of them, although none of their kings or earls was cut off. Nightfall caused the battle to be broken off. / Gaill Locha Da Caech do dergiu Erenn, .i. Ragnall rí Dubgall, & na da iarla, .i. Ottir & Graggabai & sagaith dóoib iar sin co firu Alban. Fir Alban dono ara cenn-somh co comairnechtar for bru Tine la Saxanu Tuaiscirt. Do-gensat in genti cethrai catha dibh, .i. cath la Gothbrith ua n-Imair; cath lasna da iarla; cath lasna h-óc-tigerna. Cath dano la Raghnall i n-eroloch nad-acadur fir Alban. Roinis re feraibh Alban forsna tri catha ad-conncadur co rolsat ár n-dimar dina genntibh im Ottir & im Graggabai. Raghnall dono do-fuabairt iar suidhiu i l-lorg fer n-Alban coro la ar dibh acht nad-farcbath ri na mor-móer di suidibh. Nox prelium dirimit."3 Annals of the Four Masters 919: "Godfrey, grandson of Imhar, took up his residence at Ath-cliath; and Ard-Macha was afterwards plundered by him and his army, on the Saturday before St. Martin's festival; but he spared the oratories, with their Ceile-Des Culdees, and the sick. The country was plundered by him in every direction, i. e. westwards as far as Inis-Labhradha, eastwards as far as the Banna, and northwards as far as Magh-Uillseann. / Gofraith ua h-Iomhair do ghabháil fosadh i n-Ath Cliath, & Ard Macha d'orccain lais iaramh, & la a shlógh isin Satharn ria fél Martain, & na taighe ernaighe do anacal lais cona lucht do chélibh Dé, & do lobhraibh. An tír do arccain lais in gach aird .i. siar co h-Inis Labhradha, soir co Banna, fo thuaith co Magh Uillsen." ( (an unknown value)).4 Annals of Ulster 921: "Gothfrith grandson of Ímar entered Áth Cliath. / Goithbrith h. Imair i n-Ath Cliath."5 King of Dublin at Ireland between 921 and 934. Annals of Ulster 924: "Gothfrith, grandson of Ímar, made an expedition from Áth Cliath to Luimnech, and a very large company of his followers were left behind dead with Ailche's son. / Sloghadh la Gothbrith h. n-Imair o Ath Cliath co Luimnech co fargbadh slogh dimar dia muintir la m. n-Ailche."6 Gothfraidh ua Ímair left Ireland with his foreigners (but returned after six months) in 925.7 He was a witness where Amlaíb Cuarán mac Sitric of Dublin taken from York to Dublin, Ireland by his Uncle?, Guthfrith, in 927. Gothfraidh ua Ímair and Amlaíb Cuarán mac Sitric of Dublin were expelled from York by King Aethelstan of Wessex in 927. King of York between 927 and 934. Gothfraidh ua Ímair demolished and plundered, with the foreigners of Ath-cliath, Dearc Fearna, where one thousand persons were killed in this year, as is stated in this quatrain:"

1] Nine hundred years without sorrow, twenty-eight, it has been proved,
2] Since Christ came to our relief, to the plundering of Dearc-Fearna.
In 928.1 He died in 932.8 Annals of the Four Masters 932: "Godfrey, lord of the foreigners, died. / Gothfrith, tighearna Gall, d'écc." ( (an unknown value)).8 Chronicon Scotorum 934: "Gothfrith, king of the foreigners, died of a most painful disease."9 Annals of Ulster 934: "Gothfrith, grandson of Ímar, a most cruel king of the Norsemen, died of a sickness. / Gothfrith h. h-Imair, ri crudelissimus Nordmannorum, dolore mortuus est."10 He was the predecessor of Amlaíb Ceannchairech mac Gothfraidh of Dublin; King of Dublin.11,12

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M928.4.
  2. [S593] Picts, manuscript Internet, makes it a victory for the Scots.
  3. [S897] [unknown], AU, U918.4.
  4. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M919.12/.15.
  5. [S897] [unknown], AU, U921.5.
  6. [S897] [unknown], AU, U924.3.
  7. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M925.9.
  8. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M932.5.
  9. [S333] W. Hennessy, Chronicon Scotorum, Annal CS934.
  10. [S897] [unknown], AU, U934.1.
  11. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html
  12. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Olaf Guthfrithson (k. of Northumbria and Dublin) .
  13. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M936.7.
  14. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Ivar the Boneless, 79.
  15. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M940.6.

Bernard I de Carlat1

b. circa 885, d. after 932
     Bernard I de Carlat was born circa 885. He died after 932.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 257-37.

Nunio Fernandez de Amaya1

b. after 880, d. after 932
Nunio Fernandez de Amaya|b. a 880\nd. a 932|p319.htm#i11117|Fernan Nuñez "el Negro"|b. a 855|p67.htm#i8778|Gutina Díaz de Castilla|b. c 872|p67.htm#i8777|Nuño N. "Rasura", señor de Amaya|b. c 825\nd. a 860|p310.htm#i11113|Argilo (?)|b. c 830|p88.htm#i11114|Diego I. R. "Porcelos", conde de Castilla|b. c 852\nd. 885|p313.htm#i8776|Asura Asnurez|b. c 845?|p237.htm#i27091|
FatherFernan Nuñez "el Negro"1 b. after 855
MotherGutina Díaz de Castilla1 b. circa 872
     Nunio Fernandez de Amaya was born after 880.1 He was the son of Fernan Nuñez "el Negro" and Gutina Díaz de Castilla.1 Nunio Fernandez de Amaya died after 932.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S187] Royal Genealogy Database, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/

Graf Thietmar von Merseburg

d. between 1 February 932 and 937
     Graf Thietmar von Merseburg married Hildegard (?).1 Graf Thietmar von Merseburg died between 1 February 932 and 937.2

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Hildegard (?)
Children

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen von Merseburg.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen von Merseburg, 1.2.932/37.
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie des Markgrafen Gero.

Graf von Hamaland Ekbert von Hamaland1

d. before 7 February 932
Graf von Hamaland Ekbert von Hamaland|d. b 7 Feb 932|p319.htm#i25327|Graf im Hamaland Wichmann (II) von Hamaland||p195.htm#i22013|N. N. (?) of the Billunger||p104.htm#i25323|Graf Wichmann (I) von Hamaland||p220.htm#i25326||||Amelung (II) of the Billunger|d. c 849|p309.htm#i25324|Äbtissin von Herford Haduwy von Hessengau|b. 811?\nd. 887|p313.htm#i25325|
FatherGraf im Hamaland Wichmann (II) von Hamaland1
MotherN. N. (?) of the Billunger1
     Graf von Hamaland Ekbert von Hamaland was the son of Graf im Hamaland Wichmann (II) von Hamaland and N. N. (?) of the Billunger.1 Graf von Hamaland Ekbert von Hamaland died before 7 February 932.2,3

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Widukind-Sippe.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Widukind-Sippe, 7.2. vor 932.
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Billunger, 7.2. vor 932.
  4. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Billunger.

Markgräfin von Ivrea Ermengard von Lucca1

b. 901, d. 29 February 932
Markgräfin von Ivrea Ermengard von Lucca|b. 901\nd. 29 Feb 932|p319.htm#i9685|Adalbert II "der Reiche", Markgraf von Tuszien|b. c 868\nd. 17 Aug 915|p316.htm#i8718|Berta des Francs|b. 863\nd. 8 Mar 925|p318.htm#i7441|Bonifacio di Toscana|b. c 847\nd. 894|p314.htm#i22609||||Hlothar I., roi de Lotharingie|b. 835\nd. 8 Aug 869|p311.htm#i6551|Waldrada , a concubine|b. c 840\nd. a 868|p311.htm#i6552|
FatherAdalbert II "der Reiche", Markgraf von Tuszien b. circa 868, d. 17 August 915
MotherBerta des Francs b. 863, d. 8 March 925
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Also called Ermengarde di Toscana.2 Markgräfin von Ivrea Ermengard von Lucca was the daughter of Markgraf Adalbert II.1 She was born in 901.3 She was the daughter of Adalbert II "der Reiche", Markgraf von Tuszien and Berta des Francs. Markgräfin von Ivrea Ermengard von Lucca married Adalbert I, Markgraf von Ivrea, son of Anskarius, Graf von Oscheret, in 915; His 2nd.1,4 Markgräfin von Ivrea Ermengard von Lucca died on 29 February 932 at age 31 years.3

Family

Adalbert I, Markgraf von Ivrea b. circa 880, d. 923
Child

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Markgrafen von Ivrea.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 198-39.
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Hugoniden.
  4. [S1156] GdF, online mitglied.lycos.de, Familie der Bosoniden/Hugoniden, 915.

Gräfin im Bardengau Bia von Ringelheim1

b. circa 895, d. before 25 May 932
Gräfin im Bardengau Bia von Ringelheim|b. c 895\nd. b 25 May 932|p319.htm#i25452|Dietrich, Graf im Westfalen und von Ringelheim|b. 872\nd. 916|p317.htm#i6549|Gräfin von Ringelheim Reginhilde von Friesland|b. c 875|p66.htm#i8729|Waltbert, Graf im Graingau und Threcwithi|b. c 805|p55.htm#i6553|Mathilda von Sachsen|b. c 834\nd. a 909|p316.htm#i6554|Godfried von Friesland|b. b 844|p66.htm#i8730|Abbess of Nivelles Gisela des Francs|b. bt 860 - 865\nd. b 26 Oct 907|p315.htm#i6550|
FatherDietrich, Graf im Westfalen und von Ringelheim1 b. 872, d. 916
MotherGräfin von Ringelheim Reginhilde von Friesland1 b. circa 875
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Gräfin im Bardengau Bia von Ringelheim was sister of Queen Mathilde.1 She was born circa 895.2 She was the daughter of Dietrich, Graf im Westfalen und von Ringelheim and Gräfin von Ringelheim Reginhilde von Friesland.1 Gräfin im Bardengau Bia von Ringelheim married Graf im Bardengau und in Wigmodien Wichmann I "der Ältere" von Hamaland, son of Billung von Sachsen and N. N. (?).1 Gräfin im Bardengau Bia von Ringelheim died before 25 May 932.3

Family

Graf im Bardengau und in Wigmodien Wichmann I "der Ältere" von Hamaland b. circa 900, d. 21 April 944
Children

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Billunger.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Billunger, um 895.
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Billunger, 25.5. vor 932.

rey de León Alfonso IV Ordoñez "el Monje"

b. after 911, d. circa 933
rey de León Alfonso IV Ordoñez "el Monje"|b. a 911\nd. c 933|p319.htm#i11082|Ordoño II, rey de León|b. c 873\nd. 924|p318.htm#i8626|Munia Elvira Menéndez|b. c 878\nd. bt Sep 921 - Oct 921|p317.htm#i9882|Alfonso I. "el Magno", rey de Asturias|b. c 838\nd. 20 Dec 910|p316.htm#i8627|Jimena Garcés de Navarra|b. c 849\nd. b 912|p316.htm#i9036|conde Hermenegildo Gutiérrez|b. a 850\nd. c 943|p320.htm#i8643|Hermesenda Gatónez|b. c 850|p66.htm#i8644|
FatherOrdoño II, rey de León1 b. circa 873, d. 924
MotherMunia Elvira Menéndez1 b. circa 878, d. between September 921 and October 921
     Rey de León Alfonso IV Ordoñez "el Monje" was "Hijo de Ordoño II y sobrino y sucesor de Fruela II."2 Also called rey de León y Galicia Alfonso IV "el Monje" Ordoñez de Asturias.3 He was the successor of rey de Asturias y de León Fruela II Alfonsez "el Leproso"; King of Asturias.1,4,5 Rey de León Alfonso IV Ordoñez "el Monje" was born after 911 at León.3 He was the son of Ordoño II, rey de León and Munia Elvira Menéndez.1 Rey de León Alfonso IV Ordoñez "el Monje" married Oneca Sánchez de Navarra, daughter of Sancho I Garcés, rey de Pamplona and Urraca Aznárez de Aragón, in 923.3 Rey de León Alfonso IV Ordoñez "el Monje" was the successor of rey de Asturias y de León Fruela II Alfonsez "el Leproso"; King of León.4,1 Rey de León Alfonso IV Ordoñez "el Monje" succeeded his uncle, Fruela II, to the unified thrones of Asturias, Galicia, and León, with it's capital, León, giving the kingdom it's name in 925. King of León between 925 and 931.4,1 He abdicated to become a monk, but with second thoughts tried, but failed, to recover his throne, circa 931.1 He died circa 933.1

Family

Oneca Sánchez de Navarra b. circa 905
Child

Citations

  1. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  2. [S882] Armerías ilustres, online http://members.xoom.com/chema, Corona Astur-Leonesa.
  3. [S187] Royal Genealogy Database, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/
  4. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html
  5. [S882] Armerías ilustres, online http://members.xoom.com/chema

Acfrid II, comte de Carcassone et Rasèz1

b. circa 861, d. circa 933
Acfrid II, comte de Carcassone et Rasèz|b. c 861\nd. c 933|p319.htm#i12867|Oliba II, conde de Carcassonne|b. c 834\nd. 879|p312.htm#i12868||||Oliba I., conde de Carcassonne|b. c 807\nd. 837|p308.htm#i12869|Ermentrude (?)|b. c 815|p105.htm#i12870|||||||
FatherOliba II, conde de Carcassonne2,3 b. circa 834, d. 879
     Acfrid II, comte de Carcassone et Rasèz was born circa 861. He was the son of Oliba II, conde de Carcassonne.2,3 Acfrid II, comte de Carcassone et Rasèz was the successor of Bencio, comte de Carcassonne; Count of Carcassonne.3,4 Count of Rasèz at Haute-Vienne, Limousin, France, between 908 and 934. Count of Carcassonne at Languedoc, France, between 908 and 934.3,4 Acfrid II, comte de Carcassone et Rasèz died circa 933.3 He was the predecessor of Arnaldo, comte de Comminges et de Couserans; Count of Carcassonne.4

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 291-37.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 291-38.
  3. [S438] Theroff's Royal Genealogies, online http://pages.prodigy.net/ptheroff/, barclna.txt.
  4. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html, France, Carcassonne.
  5. [S1381] Nathaniel L. Taylor, "Saint William & Makhir", pg. 25, 11..

Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway1,2,3,4

b. circa 850, d. 933
Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway|b. c 850\nd. 933|p319.htm#i8268|Hálfdan Svarti Gudrødsson, King of Vestfold|b. c 820\nd. c 860|p310.htm#i8318|Ragnhildr Sigurdsdóttir||p51.htm#i8319|Gudrødr V. H., King of Vestfold|d. c 821|p307.htm#i8325|Ása H.||p52.htm#i8326|konungr á Hringaríki Sigurdr H. Helgasson||p278.htm#i8320|Thórný Klakk-Haraldsdóttir||p51.htm#i8321|
FatherHálfdan Svarti Gudrødsson, King of Vestfold5 b. circa 820, d. circa 860
MotherRagnhildr Sigurdsdóttir5
     Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway subdued, by his relation Guthorm's success and powers, Hedemark, Ringerike, Gudbrandsdal, Hadeland, Thoten, Raumarike, and the whole northern part of Vingulmark.6 He was much beloved by his mother, but less so by his father.5 He made Snaefrid his lawful wife, and loved her so passionately that he forgot his kingdom, and all that belonged to his high dignity.6 He had thereafter war with King Gandalf, and with the continued assistance of his uncle, Guthorm, fought several battles with Gandalf; and in the last of them King Gandalf was slain, and King Harald took the whole of his kingdom as far south as the river Raum.6 He established his primary residence at Lade at Throndhjem.6 He moved out with his army from Throndhjem, and went southwards to More.6 He fought at the least eight battles, and slew eight kings, in the Throndhjem district, and laid the whole of it under him.6 Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway also went by the name of Harald "Fairhair". He marched with his uncle, Guthorm of Ringerike, against Hake, whom they defeated, then turned against the army of Gandalf in Vestfold, and defeated them, with Gandalf fleeing after leaving most of his men dead on the spot..6 He became a stout, strong, and comely man, and withal prudent and manly.7 He married Snæfrid Svasesdottir, daughter of Svase the Fin; His 4th.6 Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway married Áshildr Hringsdóttir of Ringerike, daughter of Hring Dagsson of Ringerike; His 5th.6 Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway was the ancestor of Óláfr Tryggvason, King of Norway; the great-grandson of the Norwegian king Harald I Fairhair and the son of Tryggvi Olafsson, a chieftain in southeastern Norway.8 Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway was a witness where Håkon Grjótgardsson, Ladejarl brought a great crowd of men to the service of Harlad Fairhair.6 Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway witnessed the death of Hogne Eysteinsson of Hedemark; Killed by King Harald and Guthorm where the Upland kings had appointed their meeting-place, and where the King had come about the time of midnight, without the watchmen observing them until their army was before the door of the house in which Hogne Karuson was, as well as that in which Gudbrand slept. They set fire to both houses; but King Eystein's two sons slipped out with their men, and fought for a while, until both Hogne and Frode fell.6 Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway witnessed the death of Fróði Eysteinsson of Hedemark; Killed by King Harald and Guthorm where the Upland kings had appointed their meeting-place, and where the King had come about the time of midnight, without the watchmen observing them until their army was before the door of the house in which Hogne Karuson was, as well as that in which Gudbrand slept. They set fire to both houses; but King Eystein's two sons slipped out with their men, and fought for a while, until both Hogne and Frode fell.6 Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway was born circa 850. He was eighty years of age in 930 A.D..6 He was the son of Hálfdan Svarti Gudrødsson, King of Vestfold and Ragnhildr Sigurdsdóttir.5 Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway was ten years old when he succeeded his father circa 860.9 1st King of Norway at Vestfold, Norway, between 863 and 930.6,10 He witnessed the death of Hunthiof of Møre in 867 at the Battle at Solskel; Attacked by Halfdan Fairhair, who'd brought an army south, and killed in battle against him.6 Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway witnessed the death of Nokve of Raumsdal in 867 at the Battle at Solskel; Attacked by Halfdan Fairhair, who'd brought an army south, and killed in battle against him.6 Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway laid claim to both the More and Raumsdal districts after defeating their kings in battle in 867.6 He raised a great force in Throndhjem, and gave out that he would proceed to South Möre where Solve Klofe had passed the winter in his ships of war, plundering in North Möre, and had killed many of King Harald's men; pillaging some places, burning others, and making great ravage in 868 at Norway.6 He was a witness where Rögnvaldr Eysteinsson, Mørejarl given South Möre to govern as well, following the defeat of King Arnvid by Harald Hairfair, but the Firdafylke still remained in the possession of King Ardbjorns brother Vemund in 868.6 Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway attacked Solve Klofe, and Kings Arnvid of South Möre, and Audbjorn of the Firdafylke, and killed both kings in the great battle across their viking boats, but failed to capture Solve, and of his own men fell his earls Asgaut and Asbjorn, together with his brothers-in-law, Grjotgard and Herlaug, the sons of Earl Hakon of Lade in 868.6 He was a witness where Sölvi Klofe Hunthiofsson of Møre defeated in a massive battle by King Harald Fairhair, in which his allies, King Arnvid of South More, and Audbjorn of the Firdafylke were killed, though he managed to escape in 868.6 Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway was a witness where Rögnvaldr Eysteinsson, Mørejarl made Jarl of North and South Möre and of Raumsdal by King Harald Haarfagri after his victory of Solskiel over Hunthiof, King of Möre, and Nokve, King of Raumsdal circa 869.11 Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway was went southwards with his fleet along the coast, and subdued Firdafylke in 869 at the spring of.6 He married Åsa Håkonsdóttir before 874 at wintertime, Throndhjem; His 1st.7 Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway went out in winter to his ships at Tunsberg, rigged them, and sailed away eastward over the fiord, and subjected all Vingulmark to his dominion. All winter he was out with his ships, and marauded in Ranrike circa 874.6 Three Kings in Scandanavia, contemporary per Snorri. Circa 875. He plundered the country of Götaland, and burnt all around, and he went far and wide through Götaland, and many were the battles he fought there on both sides of the river, and in general he was victorious. In one of these battles fell Hrane Gauzke; and then the king took his whole land north of the river and west of the Veneren, and also Vermaland. And after he turned back there-from, he set Duke Guthorm as chief to defend the country, and left a great force with him in 875 at the spring of.6 He married Gyda "den storlåtne møya" Eiríksdóttir of Hordaland, daughter of Eiríkr of Hordaland, circa 880; His 2nd.6 Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway married Svanhild Eysteinsdóttir of Norway, daughter of Eysteinn Glumra, Jarl of the Uplanders and Aseda Rögnvaldsdóttir, circa 883; His 3rd.6 Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway asked for a girl called Gyda, daughter of King Eirik of Hordaland, who was brought up as foster-child in the house of a great bonde in Valdres; He wanted her for a concubine, but she refused him until he became King of all Norway: "And methinks," said she, "it is wonderful that no king here in Norway will make the whole country subject to him, in the same way as Gorm the Old did in Denmark, or Eirik at Upsala." After 883.6 He was a witness where Eiríkr Eymundsson, Konung av Sverige lost his holdings in Norway to Harald "the fair-haired" after 883. Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway set out after the challenge offered by Gyda and put together a great force, and prepare for an expedition to the Uplands, and northwards up the valley (Gudbrandsdal), and north over Dovrefjeld; and when the king came down to the inhabited land he ordered all the men to be killed, and everything wide around to be delivered to the flames. And when the people came to know this, they fled every one where he could; some down the country to Orkadal, some to Gaulardal, some to the forests. But some begged for peace, and obtained it, on condition of joining the king and becoming his men.6 He met no opposition until he came to Orkadal. There a crowd of people had assembled, and he had his first battle with a king called Gryting. Harald won the victory, and King Gryting was made prisoner, and most of his people killed. He took service himself under the king, and swore fidelity to him. Thereafer all the people in Orkadal district went under King Harald, and became his men.6 He was a witness where Göngu-Hrólf Rögnvaldsson banished from Norway by Harald Fairhair, for his marauding, and despite his mother's pleas, and he went afterwards over sea to the West to the Hebrides, or Sudreys; and at last farther west to Valland, where he plundered and subdued for himself a great earldom, which he peopled with Northmen, from which that land is called Normandy.6 King of all Norway before 895. Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway married Ragnhild "the Mighty" Eiríksdóttir, daughter of Eirik av Jylland, before 895; His 10th. "It is told that King Harald put away nine wives when he married Ragnhild the Mighty."7 He was fifty years of age and many of his sons were grown up, and some were dead. Many of these sons committed acts of great violence in the country, and were in discord among themselves. They drove some of the king's earls out of their properties, and even killed some of them. He therefore called together a numerous Thing in the south part of the country, and summoned to it all the people of the Uplands. At this Thing he gave to all his sons the title of king, and made a law that his descendants in the male line should each succeed to the kingly title and dignity; but his descendants by the female side only to that of earl. In 900.6 Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway bestowed Vingulmark, Raumarike, Vestfold and Thelamark on Olaf, Bjorn, Sigtryg, Frode, and Thorgils (four lands for five sons) in 900.6 He bestowed Hedemark and Gudbrandsdal on Dag, Hring, and Ragnar (two lands on three sons) in 900.6 He bestowed land northward in Throndhjem on Halfdan the Black, Halfdan the White, and Sigrod in 900.6 He bestowed estates in Hordaland and in Sogn on Hrorek and Gudrod in 900.6 He was set over Guthorm to rule the country from Glommen to Svinasund and Ranrike in 900.6 He bestowed on Snaefrid's sons Ringerike, Hadeland, Thoten, and the lands thereto belonging in 900.6 He bestowed Halogaland and North More, and Raumsdal on Eirik, whom he loved and regarded most of all his sons in 900.6 He gave ships of war to Thorgils and Frode, with which they went westward on a viking cruise, and plundered in Scotland, Ireland, and Bretland.6 He associated with Thora Mosterstang before 920; A mistress, his servant girl.12,6 Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway was eighty years of age when he became very heavy, and unable to travel through the country, or do the business of a king, and so he brought his son Eirik to his high-seat, and gave him the power and command over the whole land, in 930.6 He was lived three years after he gave Eirik the supreme authority over his kingdom, and lived mostly on his great farms which he possessed, some in Rogaland, and some in Hordaland. Eirik and Gunhild had a son on whom King Harald poured water, and gave him his own name, and the promise that he should be king after his father Eirik between 930 and 933.6 He was the predecessor of Eiríkr Blóðøks Haraldsson, King of Norway; King of Norway.13,14 Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway witnessed the baptism of Haraldr Gráfeldr Eiríksson, King of Norway before 933; "... a son on whom King Harald poured water, and gave him his own name, and the promise that he should be king after his father Eirik."6 Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway died in 933 at Hogaland. Harald died on a bed of sickness.6 Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway was buried in Haugar, Karmtsund. Harald was buried under a mound at Haugar in Karmtsund. In Haugesund is a church, now standing; and not far from the churchyard, at the north-west side, is King Harald Harfager's mound; but his grave-stone stands west of the church, and is thirteen feet and a half high, and two ells broad. One stone was set at head and one at the feet; on the top lay the slab, and below on both sides were laid small stones. The grave, mound, and stone, are there to the present day.6

Family 1

Snæfrid Svasesdottir
Children

Family 2

Áshildr Hringsdóttir of Ringerike
Children

Family 3

Åsa Håkonsdóttir
Children

Family 4

Gyda "den storlåtne møya" Eiríksdóttir of Hordaland
Children

Family 5

Svanhild Eysteinsdóttir of Norway b. circa 860
Children

Family 6

Ragnhild "the Mighty" Eiríksdóttir b. circa 870, d. circa 898
Child

Family 7

Thora Mosterstang b. circa 900
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 28-38, 204-37.
  2. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 243A-17.
  3. [S220] Rupert Alen and Anna Marie Dahlquist, Royal Familes of Scandanavia, Flanders, and Kiev, pg 8.
  4. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Halfdan Gudrodsson, 81.
  5. [S449] Circa 1225 A.D. Snorri Sturluson, Chronicle of the Kings of Norway, Halfdan the Black Saga.
  6. [S449] Circa 1225 A.D. Snorri Sturluson, Chronicle of the Kings of Norway, Harald Harfager's Saga.
  7. [S449] Circa 1225 A.D. Snorri Sturluson, Chronicle of the Kings of Norway.
  8. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Olaf I Tryggvason (k. of Nor.) .
  9. [S449] Circa 1225 A.D. Snorri Sturluson, Chronicle of the Kings of Norway, Harald Harfager's Saga - "With this saga we enter the domain of history. -- Ed.".
  10. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html, Scandinavian, Vestfold & Norway.
  11. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, X:App.A:3.
  12. [S482] Norman Davies, Davies, N., p. 268.
  13. [S277] Gene Gurney, Kingdoms of Europe, pg. 446, Norway.
  14. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  15. [S449] Circa 1225 A.D. Snorri Sturluson, Chronicle of the Kings of Norway, King Olaf Trygvason's Saga: Part II.
  16. [S449] Circa 1225 A.D. Snorri Sturluson, Chronicle of the Kings of Norway, Saga of King Harald Grafeld and of Earl Hakon Son of Sigurd.

vizconde de Narbona Odon de Narbona1

b. circa 900, d. 933
vizconde de Narbona Odon de Narbona|b. c 900\nd. 933|p319.htm#i9938|Francon II de Narbonne|b. a 870|p76.htm#i9939|Ersinde de Roussillon|b. c 875|p76.htm#i9940|Mayeul de Narbonne|b. c 845\nd. 15 Jun 911|p316.htm#i9154|Raimodis (?)|b. c 850|p69.htm#i9155|Suniario I. de Roussillon|b. c 845\nd. 915|p316.htm#i9941||||
FatherFrancon II de Narbonne b. after 870
MotherErsinde de Roussillon b. circa 875
     Vizconde de Narbona Odon de Narbona was born circa 900. He was the son of Francon II de Narbonne and Ersinde de Roussillon. Vizconde de Narbona Odon de Narbona married Riquilda de Barcelona, daughter of Wifredo II, conde de Barcelona and Garsinde de Toulouse.1 Vizconde de Narbona Odon de Narbona died in 933.1

Family

Riquilda de Barcelona b. circa 904?, d. 962
Child

Citations

  1. [S1316] Reyes y Reinos Genealogias, online www.homar.org, España - 09.F.

Edwin of Wessex1

b. circa 906, d. 933
Edwin of Wessex|b. c 906\nd. 933|p319.htm#i12521|Edward "the Elder", King of the English|b. 871 or 872\nd. 17 Jul 924|p318.htm#i7273|Queen of the English Ælfflæd of Wessex|b. c 890\nd. 918|p317.htm#i7642|Alfred "the Great", King of the English|b. c 848\nd. 25 Oct 899|p314.htm#i7276|Ealhswith, Queen of England|b. c 852\nd. 904|p315.htm#i7277|Æthelhelm of Wessex|b. c 845\nd. a 919|p317.htm#i7302||||
FatherEdward "the Elder", King of the English1,2 b. 871 or 872, d. 17 July 924
MotherQueen of the English Ælfflæd of Wessex2 b. circa 890, d. 918
     Edwin of Wessex was born circa 906. He was the son of Edward "the Elder", King of the English and Queen of the English Ælfflæd of Wessex.1,2 Edwin of Wessex died in 933. Put to death by his half-brother, King Athelstan.1,2

Citations

  1. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 382, genealogy table 11, England 802-1066, (a) the House of Wessex, 802-1066..
  2. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, pg. xlix.

AEthelwulf, comte de Boulogne1

b. say 897, d. 933
AEthelwulf, comte de Boulogne|b. s 897\nd. 933|p319.htm#i17352|Boudewijn II, Graaf van Vlaanderen|b. bt 863 - 865\nd. 2 Jan 917|p317.htm#i5060|Ælfthryth of Wessex|b. 877\nd. 7 Jun 929|p319.htm#i5061|Boudewijn I "de IJzeren Arm", Markgraaf van Vlaanderen|b. 840\nd. 879|p312.htm#i5062|Judith, Queen of England|b. c 844\nd. a 870|p311.htm#i5063|Alfred "the Great", King of the English|b. c 848\nd. 25 Oct 899|p314.htm#i7276|Ealhswith, Queen of England|b. c 852\nd. 904|p315.htm#i7277|
FatherBoudewijn II, Graaf van Vlaanderen1 b. between 863 and 865, d. 2 January 917
MotherÆlfthryth of Wessex1 b. 877, d. 7 June 929
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Also called Adalulf van Vlaanderen.2 AEthelwulf, comte de Boulogne was born say 897. He was the son of Boudewijn II, Graaf van Vlaanderen and Ælfthryth of Wessex.1 AEthelwulf, comte de Boulogne appeared in a charter which read "Elstrudis (i.e. Ælfthryth, daughter of King Alfred and wife of Baldwin II of Flanders) and her sons Arnulf and Adelolf to St Peter's Abbey, Ghent; grant of land at Lewisham, Greenwich and Woolwich, Kent" in 918 at Ghent, Flanders.3 He died in 933.

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1599] Todd A. Farmerie (e-mail address), Re: Need correction on this pedigree (Message 2 in thread) in "Counts of Boulogne," newsgroup message 2004-09-06 09:40:10 PST.
  2. [S888] ., Dutch Encyclopedie, Vol 3.
  3. [S520] Electronic Sawyer, online http:\\www.trin.cam.ac.uk\sdk13\chartwww\eSawyer.99\eSawyer2.html, S 1205a.

Heinrich "mit dem goldenen Wagen", Graf von Altdorf1,2

b. between 870 and 875, d. circa 934
Heinrich "mit dem goldenen Wagen", Graf von Altdorf|b. bt 870 - 875\nd. c 934|p319.htm#i8692|Eticho I, Graf im Ammergau|b. c 849\nd. 4 Jul 907?|p315.htm#i8690|Gräfin im Ammergau Adellinde von Babenberg|b. 855\nd. a 915|p316.htm#i22116|Welf I., Graf im Linz- und Argengau|b. c 841\nd. b 876|p311.htm#i8689|Gräfin im Linz- und Argengau (Willa) von Buchau|b. c 833|p195.htm#i21893|Markgraf in Friesland Heinrich I. von Babenberg|b. 830\nd. 20 Aug 886|p313.htm#i18489||||
FatherEticho I, Graf im Ammergau b. circa 849, d. 4 July 907?
MotherGräfin im Ammergau Adellinde von Babenberg3 b. 855, d. after 915
     Heinrich "mit dem goldenen Wagen", Graf von Altdorf was the son of Grafen Eticho I im Ammergau and Adellinde von Babenberg, daughter of Markgraf Heinrich I.2 Heinrich "mit dem goldenen Wagen", Graf von Altdorf also went by the name of Henry "with the Golden Wagen". He was the father of Rudolf I, Graf im Linz-, Argen- und Augstgau; son of Graf Heinrich mit dem goldenen Wagen von Altdorf and Atha von Hohenwarth, the illegitimate daughter of the Emperor Arnulf.2 Heinrich "mit dem goldenen Wagen", Graf von Altdorf was born between 870 and 875.2 He was the son of Eticho I, Graf im Ammergau and Gräfin im Ammergau Adellinde von Babenberg.3 Heinrich "mit dem goldenen Wagen", Graf von Altdorf married Atha von Hohenwarth, daughter of Arnulf, empereur auguste, before 905. Heinrich "mit dem goldenen Wagen", Graf von Altdorf was founded the monastary at Altdorf. He died circa 934.2

Family

Atha von Hohenwarth b. circa 883, d. after 975
Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 29-37.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Welfen.
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Älteren Babenberger.

Emma de France

b. circa 900?, d. 934
Emma de France|b. c 900?\nd. 934|p319.htm#i12409|Robert II, duc de France|b. a 15 Sep 866\nd. 15 Jun 923|p318.htm#i5186|Beatrix de Vermandois|b. 880\nd. a Mar 931|p319.htm#i5187|Robert I "le Fort", duc de France|b. bt 815 - 820\nd. 15 Sep 866|p310.htm#i5185|N. N. de Laon|b. c 830?|p248.htm#i27983|Herbert I., seigneur de Peronne & de S. Quentin|b. c 850\nd. 902|p315.htm#i5244|Luitgardis de Troyes ?|b. c 860|p178.htm#i19935|
FatherRobert II, duc de France1,2 b. after 15 September 866, d. 15 June 923
MotherBeatrix de Vermandois2 b. 880, d. after March 931
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Emma de France was born circa 900?. She was the daughter of Robert II, duc de France and Beatrix de Vermandois.1,2 Emma de France married Rudolf I, Herzog von Burgund, König von Frankreich, son of Richard I "der Gerichtsherr", Graf von Autun, Herzog von Burgund and Adelheid von Auxerre, circa 918.1,2 Emma de France died in 934.1

Family

Rudolf I, Herzog von Burgund, König von Frankreich b. before 890, d. 15 January 936

Citations

  1. [S176] Christian Settipani & Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 481-987, pg. 408.
  2. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., I:68.

King of Throndhjem Sigfrod Haraldsson1

b. circa 879, d. 934
King of Throndhjem Sigfrod Haraldsson|b. c 879\nd. 934|p319.htm#i17033|Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway|b. c 850\nd. 933|p319.htm#i8268|Åsa Håkonsdóttir||p147.htm#i17028|Hálfdan S. G., King of Vestfold|b. c 820\nd. c 860|p310.htm#i8318|Ragnhildr Sigurdsdóttir||p51.htm#i8319|||||||
FatherHaraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway1 b. circa 850, d. 933
MotherÅsa Håkonsdóttir1
      King of Throndhjem Sigfrod Haraldsson was born circa 879 at Throndhjem. The fourth by Asa.1 He was the son of Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway and Åsa Håkonsdóttir.1 King of Throndhjem Sigfrod Haraldsson was a witness where Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway bestowed land northward in Throndhjem on Halfdan the Black, Halfdan the White, and Sigrod in 900.2 King in 900.2 King of Throndhjem Sigfrod Haraldsson was made king of Throndhjem, by the people, after the death of his brother, Halfdan the Black circa 932.2 King at Throndhjem between 932 and 934.2 He was a witness where Eiríkr Blóðøks Haraldsson, King of Norway took all the revenues, which the king had in the middle of the country, the next winter after King Harald's decease, but his brother Olaf took all the revenues eastward in Viken, and his other brother Sigrod all that of the Throndhjem country, in 934.2 King of Throndhjem Sigfrod Haraldsson heard reports that Eirik was massing an army against he and his brother, Olaf, and the two decided to band together at Tunsberg and meet Eirik there in 934 at the spring of.2 He was a witness where Anti-King of Norway Óláfr Geirstadaalf Haraldsson heard reports that Eirik was massing an army against he and his brother, Sigfrod, and the two decided to band together at Tunsberg and meet Eirik there in 934 at the spring of.2 King of Throndhjem Sigfrod Haraldsson died in 934 at the spring of, Tunsberg. Olaf and Sigrod, with their forces, went out of the town a little eastward to a ridge, where they drew up their men in battle order; but as Eirik had many more men he won the battle, and both brothers fell to their half-brother, Eirik.2

Citations

  1. [S449] Circa 1225 A.D. Snorri Sturluson, Chronicle of the Kings of Norway.
  2. [S449] Circa 1225 A.D. Snorri Sturluson, Chronicle of the Kings of Norway, Harald Harfager's Saga.

Anti-King of Norway Óláfr Geirstadaalf Haraldsson1

b. circa 884, d. 934
Anti-King of Norway Óláfr Geirstadaalf Haraldsson|b. c 884\nd. 934|p319.htm#i17035|Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway|b. c 850\nd. 933|p319.htm#i8268|Svanhild Eysteinsdóttir of Norway|b. c 860|p6.htm#i8267|Hálfdan S. G., King of Vestfold|b. c 820\nd. c 860|p310.htm#i8318|Ragnhildr Sigurdsdóttir||p51.htm#i8319|Eysteinn G., Jarl of the Uplanders|b. c 800|p6.htm#i8264|Aseda Rögnvaldsdóttir||p67.htm#i8832|
FatherHaraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway2 b. circa 850, d. 933
MotherSvanhild Eysteinsdóttir of Norway2 b. circa 860
     Anti-King of Norway Óláfr Geirstadaalf Haraldsson was named for his granduncle, Olaf Geirstad-Alf Gudrodsson?. He was born circa 884. He was the son of Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway and Svanhild Eysteinsdóttir of Norway.2 Anti-King of Norway Óláfr Geirstadaalf Haraldsson was a witness where Haraldr Hårfager Hálfdanarson, King of Norway bestowed Vingulmark, Raumarike, Vestfold and Thelamark on Olaf, Bjorn, Sigtryg, Frode, and Thorgils (four lands for five sons) in 900.2 King in 900.2 Anti-King of Norway Óláfr Geirstadaalf Haraldsson witnessed the death of Bjórn Kyoband Haraldsson, King of Vestfold circa 927 at Saeheim; Murdered by his brother, Erik Bloodaxe, after quarrelling over provisions he was to supply him, after the tax that he wished to deliver directly to his father. In the night
Eirik came back after Bjorn, and came to Saeheim just as Bjorn and his men were seated at table drinking. Eirik surrounded the house in which they were; but Bjorn with his men went out and fought. Bjorn, and many men with him, fell. Eirik, on the other hand, got a great booty, and proceeded northwards. But this work was taken very ill by the people of Viken, and Eirik was much disliked for it; and the report went that King Olaf would avenge his brother Bjorn, whenever opportunity offered.2 Anti-King of Norway Óláfr Geirstadaalf Haraldsson Regent between 927 and 934 at Vestfold, Norway.2 He took his nephew in as his foster-child.2 He vowed to avenge the death of his brother, Bjorn Kaupman at the hands of his half-brother, Eirik Bloodaxe.2 He was made upper king in Viken when the people there heard that those of Hordaland had taken Eirik as upper king in 930.2 Anti-King of Norway at Viken between 930 and 934.2 He was a witness where Eiríkr Blóðøks Haraldsson, King of Norway took all the revenues, which the king had in the middle of the country, the next winter after King Harald's decease, but his brother Olaf took all the revenues eastward in Viken, and his other brother Sigrod all that of the Throndhjem country, in 934.2 Anti-King of Norway Óláfr Geirstadaalf Haraldsson was a witness where King of Throndhjem Sigfrod Haraldsson heard reports that Eirik was massing an army against he and his brother, Olaf, and the two decided to band together at Tunsberg and meet Eirik there in 934 at the spring of.2 Anti-King of Norway Óláfr Geirstadaalf Haraldsson heard reports that Eirik was massing an army against he and his brother, Sigfrod, and the two decided to band together at Tunsberg and meet Eirik there in 934 at the spring of.2 He died in 934 at the spring of, Tunsberg. Olaf and Sigrod, with their forces, went out of the town a little eastward to a ridge, where they drew up their men in battle order; but as Eirik had many more men he won the battle, and both brothers fell to their half-brother, Eirik.2

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S449] Circa 1225 A.D. Snorri Sturluson, Chronicle of the Kings of Norway.
  2. [S449] Circa 1225 A.D. Snorri Sturluson, Chronicle of the Kings of Norway, Harald Harfager's Saga.

Graf im Chiemgau Otakar II von Chiemgau1,2

b. circa 905, d. circa 935
Graf im Chiemgau Otakar II von Chiemgau|b. c 905\nd. c 935|p319.htm#i8577|Graf in Karantanien Otakar I von Kärnten|b. c 850\nd. 4 Jul 907|p315.htm#i8578|N. N. von Traungau|b. c 855|p65.htm#i8579|||||||Markgraf der Ostmark Aribo I. von der Ostmark|b. c 825\nd. a 909|p316.htm#i8580|N. N. von Salzburg|b. c 820|p67.htm#i8877|
FatherGraf in Karantanien Otakar I von Kärnten b. circa 850, d. 4 July 907
MotherN. N. von Traungau b. circa 855
     Graf im Chiemgau Otakar II von Chiemgau was the father of Graf im Chiemgau Otakar III von Chiemgau; the only son of Count Otakar II im Chiemgau and Alta.2 Graf im Chiemgau Otakar II von Chiemgau married Alta (?).2 Graf im Chiemgau Otakar II von Chiemgau was born circa 905. He was the son of Graf in Karantanien Otakar I von Kärnten and N. N. von Traungau. Graf im Chiemgau in 923.2 Graf im Chiemgau Otakar II von Chiemgau died circa 935.2

Family

Alta (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 12-37.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Otakare.

Werner V, Graf im Speyer- und Wormsgau1

b. circa 899, d. circa 935
Werner V, Graf im Speyer- und Wormsgau|b. c 899\nd. c 935|p319.htm#i25214|Werner IV, Graf im Worms- und Nahegau|b. bt 870 - 875\nd. bt 917 - 919|p317.htm#i7643|N. N. von Fritzlar|b. c 881?|p54.htm#i6517|Werner I., Graf im Lobdengau|d. 20 January, earliest 0877|p276.htm#i25216||||Graf von Fritzlar und an der oberen Lahn Konrad "der Älteren" von Franken|b. c 855\nd. 27 Feb 906|p315.htm#i25156|Glismut von Kärnten||p172.htm#i25160|
FatherWerner IV, Graf im Worms- und Nahegau1 b. between 870 and 875, d. between 917 and 919
MotherN. N. von Fritzlar1 b. circa 881?
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Werner V, Graf im Speyer- und Wormsgau was son of Werner IV and an unnamed sister of King Konrad I.1 He was born circa 899.2 He was the son of Werner IV, Graf im Worms- und Nahegau and N. N. von Fritzlar.1 Count at Speyer Valley.1 Count at Worms Valley.1 Werner V, Graf im Speyer- und Wormsgau married Hicha von Schwaben, daughter of Burchard II, Herzog von Schwaben and Regilinde, Herzogin von Schwaben, between 919 and 920.3 Werner V, Graf im Speyer- und Wormsgau died circa 935.4

Family

Hicha von Schwaben b. circa 905, d. circa 950
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, um 899.
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Salier, 919/20.
  4. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Salier, um 935.

Gryffydd ab Owain o Gwent1

b. circa 870, d. 935
Gryffydd ab Owain o Gwent|b. c 870\nd. 935|p319.htm#i12009|Brenin Glwyssing Owain ap Hywel o Gwent|b. c 850\nd. c 930|p319.htm#i11859|Elen verch Rhodri o Gwynedd|b. c 850|p96.htm#i11861|Brenin Glwyssing Hywel a. R. o Gwent|b. c 830\nd. 886|p313.htm#i11860||||Rhodri F. a. M., Brenin Cymru|b. c 810\nd. 878|p312.htm#i7967|N. N. (?)|b. c 810|p96.htm#i11862|
FatherBrenin Glwyssing Owain ap Hywel o Gwent1 b. circa 850, d. circa 930
MotherElen verch Rhodri o Gwynedd1 b. circa 850
     Gryffydd ab Owain o Gwent was born circa 870.1 He was the son of Brenin Glwyssing Owain ap Hywel o Gwent and Elen verch Rhodri o Gwynedd.1 Gryffydd ab Owain o Gwent died in 935.1

Cináed mac Cairpre, rí Hy Kinsale

d. 935
Cináed mac Cairpre, rí Hy Kinsale|d. 935|p319.htm#i14357|Cairpre mac Diarmata, rí Hy Kinsale|d. 876|p311.htm#i14358||||Diarmait m. R. Uí Cheinnselaig||p123.htm#i14359||||||||||
FatherCairpre mac Diarmata, rí Hy Kinsale1 d. 876
     Cináed mac Cairpre, rí Hy Kinsale was the son of Cairpre mac Diarmata, rí Hy Kinsale.1 Annals of the Four Masters 933: "Cinaedh, son of Cairbre, lord of Ui-Ceinnsealaigh, was slain by the foreigners of Loch Garman, in a nocturnal attack. / Cionaedh, mac Coirpre, tigherna Ua c-Ceindsealaigh, do mharbhadh lá Gallaibh Locha Garman, h-i fuabairt aidhche." ( (an unknown value)).2 King of Hy Kinsale at Ireland before 935. Annals of Ulster 935: "Cinaed son of Cairpre, chief of Uí Chennselaigh, was killed with many others by Norsemen. / Cinaedh m. Coirpri, dux Nepotum Ceinnselaig, cum multis a Nordmannis interfectus est."3 Cináed mac Cairpre, rí Hy Kinsale died in 935. He was killed in battle against Norsemen.3,2

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S335] Donnchadh Ó Corráin, Rawl. 502, 5.
  2. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M933.4/.8.
  3. [S897] [unknown], AU, U935.6.

ríghdhamhna Ereann Conaing mac Néill Glúnduibh1

d. 935
ríghdhamhna Ereann Conaing mac Néill Glúnduibh|d. 935|p319.htm#i26719|Niall Glúndub mac Áeda, rí Ailech, *Ard-rí na h'Éireann*|b. 870\nd. 15 Sep 919|p317.htm#i14449|Land verch Echach of the Britons||p124.htm#i14450|Áed F. m. N., rí Ailech, Ard-rí na h'Éireann|d. 20 Nov 879|p312.htm#i14444|Máel M. ingen Cináeda|d. 913|p316.htm#i14447|King of Scots Eochaid m. R. of Strathclyde|d. 889|p313.htm#i14483||||
FatherNiall Glúndub mac Áeda, rí Ailech, *Ard-rí na h'Éireann*1 b. 870, d. 15 September 919
MotherLand verch Echach of the Britons1
     Ríghdhamhna Ereann Conaing mac Néill Glúnduibh was the son of Niall Glúndub mac Áeda, rí Ailech, *Ard-rí na h'Éireann* and Land verch Echach of the Britons.1 Annals of the Four Masters 935: "Conaing, son of Niall Glundubh, heir-apparent to the monarchy of Ireland, died. / Conaing, mac Néill Glúnduibh, ríghdhamhna Ereann, d'écc." ( (an unknown value)).1 Ríghdhamhna Ereann Conaing mac Néill Glúnduibh died in 935.1

Citations

  1. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M935.7/.10.

Graf in Ostfranken Heinrich von Babenberg1

b. circa 884?, d. 935
Graf in Ostfranken Heinrich von Babenberg|b. c 884?\nd. 935|p319.htm#i26741|Fränkischer Pfalzgraf Adalbert von Babenberg|b. 854\nd. 9 Sep 906|p315.htm#i22117|Brunhilde von Schwaben|b. c 864?|p233.htm#i26740|Markgraf in Friesland Heinrich I. von Babenberg|b. 830\nd. 20 Aug 886|p313.htm#i18489|Judith von Friaul|b. 838\nd. a 864|p310.htm#i18490|||||||
FatherFränkischer Pfalzgraf Adalbert von Babenberg1 b. 854, d. 9 September 906
MotherBrunhilde von Schwaben1 b. circa 864?
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Graf in Ostfranken Heinrich von Babenberg was son of the Babenberger Adalbert(?), nephew of King Henry I, and grandson of Henry of Babenberg (+886), called the ancestor of the Schweinfurter Counts and a cadet branch of the Babenbergers.1 He was born circa 884?. He was the son of Fränkischer Pfalzgraf Adalbert von Babenberg and Brunhilde von Schwaben.1 Graf in Ostfranken Heinrich von Babenberg died in 935.1

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Älteren Babenberger.

Drahomíra, Fürstin in Böhmen

b. circa 877, d. after 935
Drahomíra, Fürstin in Böhmen|b. c 877\nd. a 935|p319.htm#i8420|Fürst des Heveller|b. c 860|p200.htm#i22578||||||||||||||||
FatherFürst des Heveller1 b. circa 860
     Also called Drahomira de Lutitz.2 Also called Dragomir.3 Drahomíra, Fürstin in Böhmen was the sister of Bacqlabic, Fürst der Heveller; the brother of Drahomira, wife of the Bohemian Duke Vratislav I.1 Drahomíra, Fürstin in Böhmen was born circa 877. She was the daughter of Fürst des Heveller.1 Drahomíra, Fürstin in Böhmen married Vratislav I, Kníze Ceská, son of Borivoj, Kníze Ceská and St. Ludmilla of Mielnik, between 906 and 907.4,1,2 Duchess of Bohemia between 921 and 923. Drahomíra, Fürstin in Böhmen was regent for Svatý Václav I, Kníze Ceská; Duke of Bohemia.5 Drahomíra, Fürstin in Böhmen witnessed the death of Svatý Václav I, Kníze Ceská on 28 September 929 at 935?, Stará Boleslav, Bohemia; Killed by his brother at the instigation of their mother. He was waylaid by Boleslav en route to mass, Wenceslas was killed at the church door.3 Drahomíra, Fürstin in Böhmen died after 935.1 She died in 958.2

Family

Vratislav I, Kníze Ceská b. before 875, d. circa 921
Children

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Heveller-Fürsten.
  2. [S682] D.S.O. Lt.-Col. W. H. Turton, Turton, pg. 57.
  3. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Wenceslas I (prince of Bohem.) .
  4. [S249] Transcribed by Joseph P. Thomas The Catholic Encyclopedia.
  5. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, The Premyslid rulers of Bohemia (895-1306), from Czechoslovak region, history of.

Roger I, Graf von Auriate1

b. circa 866, d. after 935
Roger I, Graf von Auriate|b. c 866\nd. a 935|p319.htm#i16215|Arduin I, Ritter|b. c 836|p142.htm#i16218||||Hardouin of Neustria|b. c 806\nd. b 862|p310.htm#i16219||||||||||
FatherArduin I, Ritter2 b. circa 836
     Roger I, Graf von Auriate was born circa 866 at Auvergne?, Normandy.3 He was the son of Arduin I, Ritter.2 Roger I, Graf von Auriate was expelled from Neustria and went to Piedmont.4 He was living between 886 and 910.4 He went with his brother to Italy, accompanying the Imperial Widonen family, and was a faithful supporter of them in 888.1 He became a representive of Rudolf, Count of Auriate at Piemont, Italy.1 He was named successor, and adopted by Rudolf.1 He was the successor of Graf von Auriate Rudolf von Auriate; Count of Auriate.1 Roger I, Graf von Auriate married N. N. (?); Her 2nd.4 Count of Auriate at Piemont between 905 and 935.1 Roger I, Graf von Auriate died after 935.5 He was the predecessor of Roger II, Graf von Auriate; Count of Auriate.6 Roger I, Graf von Auriate was the predecessor of Arduin II "der Kahle", Graf von Auriate, Markgraf von Turin; Count of Auriate.7

Family

N. N. (?) b. circa 885
Children

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Markgrafen von Turin.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 315-38.
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Markgrafen von Turin - says Roger a Frankish noble from Normandy.
  4. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 315-37.
  5. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Markgrafen von Turin, nach 935.
  6. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Markgrafen von Turin, 935-950.
  7. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Markgrafen von Turin, 935-977.

Munia domna Nuñez de Amaya1,2

b. circa 885, d. after 5 August 935
Munia domna Nuñez de Amaya|b. c 885\nd. a 5 Aug 935|p319.htm#i11109|Nuño Nuñez "el de Castrogeriz", señor de Amaya|b. c 855|p88.htm#i11110|Asura Díaz de Castilla|b. c 865?|p88.htm#i11111|Nuño N. "Rasura", señor de Amaya|b. c 825\nd. a 860|p310.htm#i11113|Argilo (?)|b. c 830|p88.htm#i11114|Diego I. R. "Porcelos", conde de Castilla|b. c 852\nd. 885|p313.htm#i8776|Asura Asnurez|b. c 845?|p237.htm#i27091|
FatherNuño Nuñez "el de Castrogeriz", señor de Amaya1,2 b. circa 855
MotherAsura Díaz de Castilla1,2 b. circa 865?
     Also called of Castile.2 Munia domna Nuñez de Amaya was born circa 885. She was the daughter of Nuño Nuñez "el de Castrogeriz", señor de Amaya and Asura Díaz de Castilla.1,2 Munia domna Nuñez de Amaya married Gonzalo Fernández, señor de Lara, son of Fernan Nuñez "el Negro" and Gutina Díaz de Castilla; 1st cousins.3,2 Munia domna Nuñez de Amaya died after 5 August 935.2 Munia domna Nuñez de Amaya was buried in Ste. Marie de Lara.2

Family

Gonzalo Fernández, señor de Lara b. circa 880, d. 932
Children

Citations

  1. [S187] Royal Genealogy Database, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 287-37.
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 285-37.
  4. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 285-36.

Boso, Graf von Vitry, Porthois, Arles und Avignon1

b. between 890 and 895, d. 13 September 935
Boso, Graf von Vitry, Porthois, Arles und Avignon|b. bt 890 - 895\nd. 13 Sep 935|p319.htm#i23136|Richard I "der Gerichtsherr", Graf von Autun, Herzog von Burgund|b. c 850?\nd. 1 Sep 921|p317.htm#i5251|Adelheid von Auxerre|b. c 870\nd. c 929|p318.htm#i5252|Balduin, Graf von Metz|b. c 820\nd. 863|p310.htm#i9248|Richardis von Arles||p70.htm#i9247|Konrad I., Graf von Auxerre|b. c 825\nd. b 876|p311.htm#i7251|Waldrada des Etichonen|b. c 840|p72.htm#i9523|
FatherRichard I "der Gerichtsherr", Graf von Autun, Herzog von Burgund1 b. circa 850?, d. 1 September 921
MotherAdelheid von Auxerre1 b. circa 870, d. circa 929
     Boso, Graf von Vitry, Porthois, Arles und Avignon was born between 890 and 895.1 He was the son of Richard I "der Gerichtsherr", Graf von Autun, Herzog von Burgund and Adelheid von Auxerre.1 Boso, Graf von Vitry, Porthois, Arles und Avignon married Berta, Gräfin von Vitry, Markgräfin von Septimanien, daughter of Markgraf von Tuszien Boso III von Arles and Willa von Hoch-Burgund, in 928; Her 1st.2 Boso, Graf von Vitry, Porthois, Arles und Avignon died on 13 September 935.1

Family

Berta, Gräfin von Vitry, Markgräfin von Septimanien b. circa 910, d. 18 August 965

Citations

  1. [S1156] GdF, online mitglied.lycos.de, Familie der Bosoniden Herzöge von Burgund.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Hugoniden.

Erzbischofs von Salzburg Odalbert von Bayern1,2

b. circa 876, d. 14 November 935
Erzbischofs von Salzburg Odalbert von Bayern|b. c 876\nd. 14 Nov 935|p319.htm#i9288|Graf in Karamantanien Otakar von Traungau|d. bt 907 - 923|p315.htm#i25248||||Markgraf der Ostmark Aribo I. von der Ostmark|b. c 825\nd. a 909|p316.htm#i8580|N. N. von Salzburg|b. c 820|p67.htm#i8877|||||||
FatherGraf in Karamantanien Otakar von Traungau1 d. between 907 and 923
     Erzbischofs von Salzburg Odalbert von Bayern was born circa 876. He was the son of Graf in Karamantanien Otakar von Traungau.1 Erzbischofs von Salzburg Odalbert von Bayern married Rihni von Bayern.1 Erzbischofs von Salzburg Odalbert von Bayern died on 14 November 935.3 He died on 14 November 935.

Family

Rihni von Bayern b. circa 881
Child

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Aribonen.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Sieghardinger.
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Aribonen, 14.11.935.

Pope John XI1

b. 910?, d. between December 935 and January 936
Pope John XI|b. 910?\nd. bt Dec 935 - Jan 936|p319.htm#i22515|Pope Sergius III|d. 14 Apr 911|p316.htm#i22516|Maròzia di Roma|b. c 890\nd. 932|p319.htm#i9099|Benedict of Rome||p200.htm#i22617||||Teofilatto, senatore romano|b. c 845|p69.htm#i9100|Theodora "the Elder" of Rome|b. c 865\nd. 928|p318.htm#i22517|
FatherPope Sergius III1 d. 14 April 911
MotherMaròzia di Roma2 b. circa 890, d. 932
     Pope John XI was the brother of Alberich II, Patricius von Rom, Markgraf von Spoleto; the half-brother of Pope John XI, Marozia's son by Duke Alberic I of Spoleto.1,3 Pope John XI was the son of Marozia (a dominant lady of the Roman Crescentii family), perhaps by her reputed lover, Pope Sergius III.1,4 He was the son of Marozia by her first marriage with Alberic, per the Catholic Encyclopedia; and some, taking Liutprand and the "Liber Pontificalis" as their authority, assert that he was the natural son of Sergius III.3,4 He was born in 910? At Rome, Italy.1 He was the son of Pope Sergius III and Maròzia di Roma.2,1 125th Pope at Rome, Italy, between 931 and 935.1 Pope John XI was consecrated between February 931 and March 931.1 He was removed from office by his half-brother, Alberic II, and confined to the Lateran between 932 and 933.1 He died between December 935 and January 936 at Rome, Italy. He remained a prisoner until his death.2,4

Citations

  1. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, John XI (pope) .
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Hugoniden.
  3. [S585] Transcribed by Douglas J. Potter The Catholic Encyclopedia, Vol VIII, Pope John XI.
  4. [S1013] S. J., Professor of History, University of Santa Clara Joseph S. Brusher, Brusher, J. S., pg. 252.

Knut Gormsson Gormsson1

b. circa 909, d. circa 936
Knut Gormsson Gormsson|b. c 909\nd. c 936|p319.htm#i16706|Gormr Gamle, King of Denmark|b. c 850\nd. 941|p320.htm#i5580|Tyra of Wessex|b. c 866|p147.htm#i16704|Hardeknut S. of Norway|b. c 810|p147.htm#i16703||||Æthelred I., King of the English|b. c 826\nd. 23 Apr 871|p311.htm#i7303||||
FatherGormr Gamle, King of Denmark1,2,3 b. circa 850, d. 941
MotherTyra of Wessex1,3 b. circa 866
     Also called Kanute.3 Knut Gormsson Gormsson was born circa 909. The older brother. He was the son of Gormr Gamle, King of Denmark and Tyra of Wessex.1,2,3 Knut Gormsson Gormsson died circa 936. His death was blamed on his brother, Harold Bluetooth.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S220] Rupert Alen and Anna Marie Dahlquist, Royal Familes of Scandanavia, Flanders, and Kiev, pg. 87.
  2. [S449] Circa 1225 A.D. Snorri Sturluson, Chronicle of the Kings of Norway, Saga of King Harald Grafeld and of Earl Hakon Son of Sigurd.
  3. [S500] Saxo Grammaticus ("Saxo the Learned") Saxo, Book 9.