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Walram II, Graf von Arlon-Limburg1

b. circa 1035, d. before 1082
Walram II, Graf von Arlon-Limburg|b. c 1035\nd. b 1082|p351.htm#i8952|Walram I, Graf von Arlon-Limburg|b. c 975?\nd. a 1052|p343.htm#i8988|Adelheid von Lothringen|b. b 992\nd. a 1052|p343.htm#i8989|||||||Dietrich I., Herzog von Ober-Lothringen|b. 965\nd. 11 Apr|p283.htm#i8076|Richilde von Bliesgau|b. c 976?\nd. b 995|p330.htm#i8077|
FatherWalram I, Graf von Arlon-Limburg2 b. circa 975?, d. after 1052
MotherAdelheid von Lothringen b. before 992, d. after 1052
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Also called comte de Limbourg Valeran II d' Arlon.3 Walram II, Graf von Arlon-Limburg was born circa 1035. He was the son of Walram I, Graf von Arlon-Limburg and Adelheid von Lothringen.2 Walram II, Graf von Arlon-Limburg married Jutta, Erbin von Limburg, Gräfin von Arlon, daughter of Friedrich II, Herzog von Nieder-Lothringen and Gerberge de Boulogne, between 1060 and 1061.2,4,5 Walram II, Graf von Arlon-Limburg succeeded his father to the duchy of Limbourg in 1061. He was built the Castle of Limbourg in 1064 at Limbourg, Liège, Wallonia, Belgium. 2nd Count Limbourg at Lower Lorraine, Holy Roman Empire, between 1066 and 1082.6 He died before 1082.2,7

Family

Jutta, Erbin von Limburg, Gräfin von Arlon b. circa 1040
Child

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Luxemburger.
  2. [S440] Léon van der Essen, Deux Mille, Gen Table II: De Charlemagne a Philippe le Bon.
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 62-33.
  4. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Luxemburger, circa 1062.
  5. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen/Herzöge von Limburg, v 1062 (c 1060).
  6. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html
  7. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen/Herzöge von Limburg, vor 1082.

Ida von Elsdorf1

b. 1020, d. before 1082
Ida von Elsdorf|b. 1020\nd. b 1082|p351.htm#i21845|Liudolf, Graf von Braunschweig|b. c 1003\nd. 23 Apr 1038|p340.htm#i8723|Gertrude van Holland, Gräfin von Braunschweig|b. c 990?\nd. 21 Jul 1077|p349.htm#i8724|Brun, Graf von Braunschweig, Graf im Derlingau|b. c 960\nd. c 1010|p333.htm#i8725|Kaiserin Gisela von Schwaben|b. 13 Nov 989\nd. 15 Feb 1043|p341.htm#i6563|Arnulf, Graaf van Holland|b. 955\nd. 18 Nov 993|p330.htm#i5365|Luitgard von Lothringen|b. bt 960 - 965\nd. 13 May 1005|p332.htm#i5366|
FatherLiudolf, Graf von Braunschweig1,2 b. circa 1003, d. 23 April 1038
MotherGertrude van Holland, Gräfin von Braunschweig2 b. circa 990?, d. 21 July 1077
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Ida von Elsdorf was born in 1020.2 She was the daughter of Liudolf, Graf von Braunschweig and Gertrude van Holland, Gräfin von Braunschweig.1,2 Ida von Elsdorf married Leopold I "der Starke", Markgraf der ungarischen Mark, son of Adalbert I "der Siegreiche", Markgraf von Österreich and Glismode von Westsachsen, before 1043.1 Ida von Elsdorf died before 1082.2

Family

Leopold I "der Starke", Markgraf der ungarischen Mark b. 1025, d. 9 December 1043
Child

Citations

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

Petrislav, Grand Zupan of Rassa1

b. circa 1034?, d. circa 1082
Petrislav, Grand Zupan of Rassa|b. c 1034?\nd. c 1082|p351.htm#i16810|Mihailo Vojislavici, knez Duklje|b. c 1015\nd. c 1082|p351.htm#i16814|N. N. of Byzantium|b. c 1014?|p222.htm#i25539|Stefan V., knez Duklje|b. c 992?\nd. c 1052|p343.htm#i16815|N. N. Kometopoulos|b. c 995|p148.htm#i16816|||||||
FatherMihailo Vojislavici, knez Duklje2 b. circa 1015, d. circa 1082
MotherN. N. of Byzantium1 b. circa 1014?
     Petrislav, Grand Zupan of Rassa was son of Michael by his second wife, only brother of four to produce heirs.1 He was born circa 1034?. He was the son of Mihailo Vojislavici, knez Duklje and N. N. of Byzantium.2,1 Petrislav, Grand Zupan of Rassa was installed by his father as grand prince of Serbia.3 Zupan of Srpsko Zagorje between 1060 and 1083.2,4 He died circa 1082.2

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S1174] Popa Dukljanina, Ljetopis', (Paul Stephenson, translator).
  2. [S464] Theroff-Balkans, online This will be a series of pieces attempting to account for the genealogy of the medieval rulers of the Balkans. There are lots of uncertainties about these lines, since many records have not survived. Source materials for most things in the medieval Balkans are ususally not from contemporary writers, and the few contemporary sources existing are usually from Byzantine writers, not writers from the various states themselves. The tables I'm about to present are based on Europaeische Stammtafeln, but modified by some recent scholarship by John V. A. Fine in his two books, "The Early Medieval Balkans" and "The Late Medieval Balkans". - PT
    .
  3. [S1179] Dr. O. Dominik Mandic, Mandic, Chap. 5.
  4. [S1199] Ian S. R. Mladjov, "Mladjov, Rulers of Serbia", 1060–1083; PETRISLAV; Son of Mihailo I of Zeta.

Mihailo Vojislavici, knez Duklje1

b. circa 1015, d. circa 1082
Mihailo Vojislavici, knez Duklje|b. c 1015\nd. c 1082|p351.htm#i16814|Stefan Vojislav, knez Duklje|b. c 992?\nd. c 1052|p343.htm#i16815|N. N. Kometopoulos|b. c 995|p148.htm#i16816|Dragimir Dukljanina|b. c 960\nd. Feb 1018|p335.htm#i16817|N. N. of Srpsko Zagorje|b. c 960|p148.htm#i16818|Gavril R., Tsar of Bulgaria|b. c 970\nd. 1015|p334.htm#i8240|Eirene (?)|b. c 970\nd. 1015|p334.htm#i16846|
FatherStefan Vojislav, knez Duklje2 b. circa 992?, d. circa 1052
MotherN. N. Kometopoulos2 b. circa 995
     Also called Mihailo I of Zeta.3 Ban of Duklja.4 A member of ruling the house of Duklja, usually called Vojislavici (descendants of Voislav).1 Also called Michael of Duklja. Mihailo Vojislavici, knez Duklje was born circa 1015. He was the son of Stefan Vojislav, knez Duklje and N. N. Kometopoulos.2 Mihailo Vojislavici, knez Duklje was married twice, once to a niece of an undetermined Byzantine Emperor.2 He married Neda Dukljanina, daughter of knez Duklje Jovan Vladimir Dukljanina and Teodora Kosara Kometopoulos; His 1st.5,3 Mihailo Vojislavici, knez Duklje had seven sons by his first wife whose names were these: Vladimir, Priaslav, Sergius, Deria, Gabriel, Miroslav and Bodin.5 King of Duklja at (Montenegro), Balkan Peninsula, between 1047 and 1081.2,1 He received the kingdom only after his mother's death, for so long as his mother lived, he and his brothers were only called princes (knesii) [knesius=knez in Slavonic].5 He found it favorable to further strengthen ties with Byzantium around, gaining a patrician title and marriage to a Greek princess in the process, in 1052.6 He married N. N. of Byzantium in 1052; His 2nd.5,7 Mihailo Vojislavici, knez Duklje four further sons by his 2nd wife, a relative of the Greek emperor, namely Dobroslav, second Petrislav, third Nicephorus, fourth Theodorus.5 He broke his neutrality towards Byzantium, now beset by troubles to the east, and sent off troops under his son Bodin to aid the rebel Slavs in Macedonia, upon their request, in 1071.6 He is not satisfied with the election of Slavac and seceded from the Croatian state and proclaimed himself the autonomous ruler of South Croatia in 1074.4 He was granted a royal title by Pope Gregory VI, who in the aftertmath of the Church schism of 1054 had an interest in bestowing these on rulers in the rift area, before 1077.2,6 He added Zahumlje (a large Bosnian territory) to his lands after 1077.2 He was the predecessor of knez Duklje Konstantin Bodin Vojislavici; King of Zeta.8 Mihailo Vojislavici, knez Duklje died circa 1082. He died after he had reigned for 35 years.2,5 . He was entombed with great ceremony in the monastery of the Martyr Saints Sergius and Bacchus.5

Family 1

Neda Dukljanina
Children

Family 2

N. N. of Byzantium b. circa 1014?
Child

Citations

  1. [S1021] Milun Jevremoviæ (e-mail address), Re: Serbian line in "Re: Serbian line," newsgroup message 1999/02/23.
  2. [S464] Theroff-Balkans, online This will be a series of pieces attempting to account for the genealogy of the medieval rulers of the Balkans. There are lots of uncertainties about these lines, since many records have not survived. Source materials for most things in the medieval Balkans are ususally not from contemporary writers, and the few contemporary sources existing are usually from Byzantine writers, not writers from the various states themselves. The tables I'm about to present are based on Europaeische Stammtafeln, but modified by some recent scholarship by John V. A. Fine in his two books, "The Early Medieval Balkans" and "The Late Medieval Balkans". - PT
    .
  3. [S1198] Ian S. R. Mladjov, "Mladjov, Rulers of Bulgaria", 1072–1072; PETAR III ; Konstantin Bodin, son of Mihailo I of Zeta by Neda daughter of Jovan Vladimir by Teodora Kosara daughter of Samuil; captured by Byzantines, died 1101/08.
  4. [S1179] Dr. O. Dominik Mandic, Mandic, Chap. 4.
  5. [S1174] Popa Dukljanina, Ljetopis', (Paul Stephenson, translator).
  6. [S1176] Www Serbian Medieval History, online http://www.suc.org/culture/history/Serb_History/index.html, Mihailo (1051-1081).
  7. [S1176] Www Serbian Medieval History, online http://www.suc.org/culture/history/Serb_History/index.html, Mihailo (1051-1081), 1052.
  8. [S1176] Www Serbian Medieval History, online http://www.suc.org/culture/history/Serb_History/index.html, Rulers of the Land.

Dirk "de Rossige", Graaf van de Veluwe1,2,3

b. circa 1033, d. 1082
Dirk "de Rossige", Graaf van de Veluwe|b. c 1033\nd. 1082|p351.htm#i9290|Gerardus II Flamensis, Heer van Wassenberg||p195.htm#i21990||||Gerardus I. F., Heer van Wassenberg|b. b 987|p65.htm#i8564||||||||||
FatherGerardus II Flamensis, Heer van Wassenberg3
     Also called Dietrich I Flamens German.4 Dirk "de Rossige", Graaf van de Veluwe was born circa 1033. He was the son of Gerardus II Flamensis, Heer van Wassenberg.3 Graaf van de Veluwe between 1058 and 1079.3 Dirk "de Rossige", Graaf van de Veluwe was a faithful supporter of the Emperor Henry IV, and thereby an enemy of Duke Godfried IV of Bouillon-Lothringen.4 He died in 1082 at Bouillon, Luxembourg. Died a captive.2 Dirk "de Rossige", Graaf van de Veluwe was buried in the Abbey of St. Hubert's, Ardennes, Belgium. "Founded in honour of Saint Hubert, the patron saint of hunting, Saint Hubert's Basilica (Basilique St-Hubert) is an impressive abbey church with a 16th-century late Gothic interior and an 18th-century baroque façade. The interior was sacked by Protestants in the 16th century, and little survives apart from a Retable of the Passion. The festival of Saint Hubert, who was buried in the abbey, is celebrated every year in November."5 He was the predecessor of Gerhard I "de Lange", Graaf van Wassenberg en Gelder; Graf von Geldern.4

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 119-32.
  2. [S888] ., Dutch Encyclopedie, Vol 4.
  3. [S975] De Graafschap in de Middeleeuwen, online http://home.planet.nl/~graafschap.middeleeuwen/algemeen/…
  4. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Die Familie der Herzöge von Geldern.
  5. [S222] AutoRoute Europe 2000.

King of Sevilla, Muhammad II Abu 'Amr 'Abbad al-Mu'tadid ibn Muhammad al-Isbili1,2

b. 1004, d. 1082
King of Sevilla, Muhammad II Abu 'Amr 'Abbad al-Mu'tadid ibn Muhammad al-Isbili|b. 1004\nd. 1082|p351.htm#i10833|King of Sevilla Abu al-Qasim Muhammad I ibn 'Abbad al-Isbili|b. 984\nd. c 1042|p341.htm#i10835||||'Abbad ibn Isma'il al-Isbili||p150.htm#i17005||||||||||
FatherKing of Sevilla Abu al-Qasim Muhammad I ibn 'Abbad al-Isbili3 b. 984, d. circa 1042
     King of Sevilla, Muhammad II Abu 'Amr 'Abbad al-Mu'tadid ibn Muhammad al-Isbili was born in 1004. He was the son of King of Sevilla Abu al-Qasim Muhammad I ibn 'Abbad al-Isbili.3 King of Sevilla, Muhammad II Abu 'Amr 'Abbad al-Mu'tadid ibn Muhammad al-Isbili married N. N. bint Mujahid ibn Yusuf al-Daniyya, daughter of Mujahid ibn Yusub al-Dani, before 1027.4 King of Sevilla, Muhammad II Abu 'Amr 'Abbad al-Mu'tadid ibn Muhammad al-Isbili greatly enlarged the domains of Seville by forcibly annexing the minor kingdoms of Mertola, Niebla, Huelva, Saltés, Silves, and Santa María de Algarve after 1042.2 King of Seville at Andalucia, Spain, between 1042 and 1069. He was a poet and a patron of poets, but also had a reputation for ruthlessness and cruely.2 He suffocated a number of Berber chiefs of southern Andalusia in a steam bath in Seville and then seized their kingdoms of Arcos, Morón, and Ronda in 1053.2 He was a witness where García Fernández, rey de Galicia sent into exile to the Moorish court at Seville in 1071.2 King of Sevilla, Muhammad II Abu 'Amr 'Abbad al-Mu'tadid ibn Muhammad al-Isbili was unable to assist 'Abd Allah of Córdoba when the latter was beseiged by Alfonso VI in 1074 at summer.5 He died in 1082 at age 78 years.1

Family

N. N. bint Mujahid ibn Yusuf al-Daniyya b. circa 1009
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 430-33.
  2. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 431-34.
  4. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 431-33.
  5. [S513] Bernard F. Reilly, León-Castilla under King Alfonso VI, pg. 83.

seigneur d'Alost Baudouin I de Gand1

b. before 1030, d. 1082
seigneur d'Alost Baudouin I de Gand|b. b 1030\nd. 1082|p351.htm#i20994|Raoul de Gand, seigneur d'Alost|b. c 1005\nd. bt 1052 - 1056|p343.htm#i20993|Gisela von Lothringen|b. c 1000\nd. 21 May|p283.htm#i20992|||||||Friedrich I., Graf von Luxemburg|b. c 965\nd. 6 Oct 1019|p335.htm#i5216|Irmtrud, Erbin von Gleiberg und Gräfin von Luxemburg|b. c 960|p50.htm#i8284|
FatherRaoul de Gand, seigneur d'Alost2 b. circa 1005, d. between 1052 and 1056
MotherGisela von Lothringen2 b. circa 1000, d. 21 May
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Also called Baldwin "the Advocate" de Gant.2 Seigneur d'Alost Baudouin I de Gand married Ode (?).1 Seigneur d'Alost Baudouin I de Gand was born before 1030.2 He was the son of Raoul de Gand, seigneur d'Alost and Gisela von Lothringen.2 Seigneur d'Alost Baudouin I de Gand witnessed a charter of St. Peter of Mount Blandin in 1046 at Ghent, East Flanders, Belgium.2 He and Raoul de Gand, seigneur d'Alost attested a charter of the abbey of St. Peter of Mount Blandin in 1052 at Ghent, East Flanders, Belgium.2 Seigneur d'Alost Baudouin I de Gand succeeded his father as advocate of St. Peter of Mount Blandin in 1058 at Ghent, East Flanders, Belgium.2 He was a witness where Gislebert I de Gand, seigneur de Folquingham witnessed a transaction, and described as having come from England as the brother of Baldwin of Ghent, in 1075 at Watten abbey, Nord, Flanders, France.3 Seigneur d'Alost Baudouin I de Gand died in 1082.2

Family

Ode (?)
Children

Citations

  1. [S1346] Andre du Chesne-Tour____, A. du Chesne, pg. 114.
  2. [S867] Raymond W. Phair, "Phair on Gilbert de Gant".
  3. [S867] Raymond W. Phair, "Phair on Gilbert de Gant", per the Watten abbey chronicle.
  4. [S1346] Andre du Chesne-Tour____, A. du Chesne, pg. 115.

Richard le Goz, vicomte d' Avranches1,2,3

b. circa 1025, d. after 1082
Richard le Goz, vicomte d' Avranches|b. c 1025\nd. a 1082|p351.htm#i6643|Thurstan le Goz, vicomte d' Avranches|b. c 975?|p55.htm#i6647|Judith de Montanolier|b. 1004|p55.htm#i6648|Ansfrid I. O. le Goz|b. 970|p55.htm#i6649||||||||||
FatherThurstan le Goz, vicomte d' Avranches1,4 b. circa 975?
MotherJudith de Montanolier2,1 b. 1004
     Richard le Goz, vicomte d' Avranches was "Earl of Aurenches and Viscount of Albania".5 He was born circa 1025 at Avranches, France.1 He was the son of Thurstan le Goz, vicomte d' Avranches and Judith de Montanolier.1,4,2 Richard le Goz, vicomte d' Avranches naturally recovered the lands forfeited by his father and bestowed on his mother-in-law, and acquired also much property in the Avranchin, of which he obtained the Vicomté, in addition to that of the Hiemois, by his "fortunate marriage" to Emma. He married Emma de Conteville, daughter of Herluin de Conteville and Herlève de Falaise, before 1040 at Normandy, France.2,5 Vicomte of Avranchin and the Hiemois at Normandy.5 Richard le Goz, vicomte d' Avranches managed to avoid being implicated in the rebellion of his father, but obtained his pardon and restoration, in 1041.2 Viscount of Avranches at Normandy, France.4 He witnessed a charter in 1064.1 He witnessed another charter in 1066.1 He was a witness where Roger de Montgomery, Earl of Shrewsbury drafted a charter in favour of St. Stephen's at Caen in 1082. Richard le Goz, vicomte d' Avranches died after 1082.2,1 He was the predecessor of Hugh "Vras", 2nd Earl of Chester; Viscount of Avranches.6

Family

Emma de Conteville b. circa 1030?
Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 295-33.
  2. [S209] Somerset Herald J.R. Planché, Planché, J.R..
  3. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Hrollaug Rognvaldsson, 87.
  4. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, III:164.
  5. [S842] Harleian Society, "Visitiation Cheshire 1580: Chester Earls".
  6. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, III:165.
  7. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 295-32.
  8. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, IX:706.
  9. [S879] Kevin Miller (e-mail address), RE: Alice of Normandy in "Re: Alice of Normandy," newsgroup message 2001-03-22 22:33:12 PST.

Mariano I, Giudice di Torres1

b. say 1050, d. after 18 March 1082
Mariano I, Giudice di Torres|b. s 1050\nd. a 18 Mar 1082|p351.htm#i29503|Andrea "Tanca", Giudice di Torres|b. s 1020|p259.htm#i29505||||Barisone I., Giudice d'Arborea e Torres|b. s 990\nd. bt 1064 - 1065|p346.htm#i29506|Maria de Serra|b. s 1000|p259.htm#i29507|||||||
FatherAndrea "Tanca", Giudice di Torres1 b. say 1020
     Mariano I, Giudice di Torres was born say 1050. He was the son of Andrea "Tanca", Giudice di Torres.1 Mariano I, Giudice di Torres married Susanna de Zori.1 Mariano I, Giudice di Torres died after 18 March 1082.1

Family

Susanna de Zori b. say 1060
Child

Citations

  1. [S1401] GdDI, online www.sardimpex.com\index.htm, Dinastie Giudicali di Arborea, Cagliari, e Torres (de Lacon).

Graf im Ennstal Adalbero "der Rauhe" von Steiermark1

b. circa 1046, d. 22 November 1082
Graf im Ennstal Adalbero "der Rauhe" von Steiermark|b. c 1046\nd. 22 Nov 1082|p351.htm#i22148|Markgraf von Steiermark Otakar I von Steiermark|b. b 1020\nd. 29 Mar 1075|p349.htm#i8568|Markgräfin der Kärntner Mark Willibirg von Eppenstein|b. c 1023\nd. 27 Aug|p284.htm#i8569|Graf Otakar V. von Chiemgau|b. c 990\nd. 5 Mar 1020|p336.htm#i8570|N. N. von Wels-Lambach|b. c 993|p65.htm#i8571|Herzog von Kärnten Adalbero von Eppenstein|b. c 980\nd. 28 Nov 1039|p340.htm#i9277|Herzogin von Kärnten Beatrice von Schwaben|b. bt 990 - 1000\nd. 12 May, after 1025|p274.htm#i9278|
FatherMarkgraf von Steiermark Otakar I von Steiermark1 b. before 1020, d. 29 March 1075
MotherMarkgräfin der Kärntner Mark Willibirg von Eppenstein1 b. circa 1023, d. 27 August
     Graf im Ennstal Adalbero "der Rauhe" von Steiermark was born circa 1046. He was the son of Markgraf von Steiermark Otakar I von Steiermark and Markgräfin der Kärntner Mark Willibirg von Eppenstein.1 Graf im Ennstal at Austria.1 Graf im Ennstal Adalbero "der Rauhe" von Steiermark died on 22 November 1082. He was murdered.1

Citations

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

Mabille de Bellême, comtesse d'Alençon1

b. circa 1005, d. before 5 December 1082
Mabille de Bellême, comtesse d'Alençon|b. c 1005\nd. b 5 Dec 1082|p351.htm#i4644|Guillaume II "Talvas", comte d'Alençon|b. c 980\nd. 1070|p348.htm#i4645|Hildeburge (?)|b. 995|p44.htm#i4646|Guillaume I., comte d'Alençon|b. c 954\nd. 1028|p337.htm#i10686|Mathilda de Condé-sur-Noireau|b. c 959|p83.htm#i10687|Arnoul (?) chevalier||p245.htm#i27662||||
FatherGuillaume II "Talvas", comte d'Alençon2,1 b. circa 980, d. 1070
MotherHildeburge (?)1 b. 995
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Also called Maud Talvas. Also called Mabel.3 Also called Mabel d' Alençon.4 Mabille de Bellême, comtesse d'Alençon was born circa 1005. She was the daughter of Guillaume II "Talvas", comte d'Alençon and Hildeburge (?).2,1 Mabille de Bellême, comtesse d'Alençon married Roger de Montgomery, Earl of Shrewsbury, son of seigneur de Montgommery Hugues de Montgomery and Josseline de Beaumont.5 Mabille de Bellême, comtesse d'Alençon was "of small height, [grande babillarde], very artificial, strongly inclined to evil, disposed to [enjouce], bold, given to cruel excess" according to her contemporaries William de Jumieges and Orderic Vital.5 She died before 5 December 1082. "Amongst her victims was Hugh de la Roche d'lgé, in the Canton de Belesme, from whom she had wrested his castle on the rock, and had deprived of the inheritance of the lands of his fathers. In the extremity of his distress he undertook a desperate enterprise. With the assistance of his three brothers, men of undaunted courage, he forced an entry by night into the chamber of the Countess (for such was her rank at that time) at a place called Bures, on the Dive, near Froarn, and severed her head from her body as she lay in bed after having taken a bath."6 Mabille de Bellême, comtesse d'Alençon was buried in Froarn, Normandy.6

Family

Roger de Montgomery, Earl of Shrewsbury b. 1005, d. 1094
Children

Citations

  1. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., III:286.
  2. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, III:428.
  3. [S1032] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday People, Robert Comes De Moritonie, pg. 372.
  4. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 360-32.
  5. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., III:287.
  6. [S209] Somerset Herald J.R. Planché, Planché, J.R..
  7. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 598.

Ramón Berenguer II "Cabeza de Estopa", conde de Barcelona1,2,3

b. circa 1053, d. 5 December 1082
Ramón Berenguer II "Cabeza de Estopa", conde de Barcelona|b. c 1053\nd. 5 Dec 1082|p351.htm#i4600|Ramón Berenguer I "el Viejo", conde de Barcelona|b. bt 1023 - 1024\nd. 26 May 1076|p349.htm#i5091|Adelmodie de la Marche|b. c 1011?\nd. 17 Nov 1071|p348.htm#i5377|Berenguer Ramón I "el Curvo", conde de Barcelona, Gerona y Ausona|b. 1000\nd. 6 Apr 1035|p339.htm#i5092|Sancha Sánchez de Castilla|b. c 1005\nd. 26 Jun 1026|p337.htm#i8921|Bernard I., comte de la Marche|b. c 986\nd. 1047|p342.htm#i8209|Amelie|b. c 990|p68.htm#i8925|
FatherRamón Berenguer I "el Viejo", conde de Barcelona1 b. between 1023 and 1024, d. 26 May 1076
MotherAdelmodie de la Marche b. circa 1011?, d. 17 November 1071
     Ramón Berenguer II "Cabeza de Estopa", conde de Barcelona was known as Cap d'Estopa, "towhead," from the thickness and colour of his hair.4 Ramón Berenguer II "Cabeza de Estopa", conde de Barcelona also went by the name of Ramon Berenguer "the Towhead" of Barcelona.1 He was born circa 1053.1 He was the son of Ramón Berenguer I "el Viejo", conde de Barcelona and Adelmodie de la Marche.1 Ramón Berenguer II "Cabeza de Estopa", conde de Barcelona succeeded his father to the county of Barcelona, to co-rule with his brother, in 1076. Count of Barcelona at Catalonia between 1076 and 1082.5,1 He married Maud de Hauteville, daughter of Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia and Sichelgaita of Salerno, in 1078; Her 1st. She went on to remarry Almaric II of Narbonne, who died on Crusade in the East. Ramón Berenguer II "Cabeza de Estopa", conde de Barcelona was a witness where Berenguer Ramón "el Fratricida", conde de Barcelona, Gerona y Osona killed his brother and took sole control of the county in 1082. Ramón Berenguer II "Cabeza de Estopa", conde de Barcelona died on 5 December 1082 at a forest en route to Gerona, Catalonia, Spain. Murdered by his twin (or half-) brother, and co-ruler, Berenguer Ramon II. His brother was thereafter known as "The Fratricide." The brother reigned on alone until 1097, when, having lost a trial by combat that was intended to decide the question of his guilt in the crime attributed to him, he went on crusade to Jerusalem, where he died, probably in either 1097 or 1099.1 Ramón Berenguer II "Cabeza de Estopa", conde de Barcelona was buried in the Cathedral, Girona, Catalonia, Spain. The red bars on a yellow background, the arms of Catalonia, are already found on his Romanesque tomb.

Family

Maud de Hauteville b. circa 1059, d. between 1111 and 1112
Child

Citations

  1. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 54-31.
  3. [S882] Armerías ilustres, online http://members.xoom.com/chema, Condado de Cataluña.
  4. [S512] H. J. Chaytor, Chaytor, H. J., chap. 3.
  5. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html

Ermesinde de Poitou

b. circa 1045, d. before 1083
Ermesinde de Poitou|b. c 1045\nd. b 1083|p351.htm#i22047|Guillaume V Pierre, comte de Poitou, duc d' Aquitaine et de Gascogne|b. c 1024|p60.htm#i7447|Ermesende, comtesse de Longwy|b. a 1030\nd. 1058|p345.htm#i9172|Guillaume III "le Grand", comte de Poitou et duc d' Aquitaine|b. c 969\nd. 31 Jan 1030|p338.htm#i6522|Agnes de Bourgogne|b. c 995\nd. 9 Nov 1068|p347.htm#i9079|Adalbert, Herzog von Ober-Lothringen|b. c 1010?\nd. 1048|p342.htm#i7886|Clemence de Foix|b. c 1010|p62.htm#i7887|
FatherGuillaume V Pierre, comte de Poitou, duc d' Aquitaine et de Gascogne1 b. circa 1024
MotherErmesende, comtesse de Longwy1 b. after 1030, d. 1058
     Ermesinde de Poitou was a daughter of Duke Wilhelm Peter.1 Also called Ermesinde von Aquitanien German.1 She was born circa 1045. She was the daughter of Guillaume V Pierre, comte de Poitou, duc d' Aquitaine et de Gascogne and Ermesende, comtesse de Longwy.1 Ermesinde de Poitou married Konrad I, Graf von Luxemburg, son of Giselbert, Graf von Luxemburg and N. N. (?), in 1065; His 1st.1 Ermesinde de Poitou died before 1083.1

Family

Konrad I, Graf von Luxemburg b. circa 1040, d. 8 August 1086
Children

Citations

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

comte de Beaumont-sur-Oise Yves II de Beaumont1

b. circa 1052, d. circa 1083
comte de Beaumont-sur-Oise Yves II de Beaumont|b. c 1052\nd. c 1083|p351.htm#i12761|Ivo III Bellomontensis|b. c 1022\nd. 22 May 1059|p345.htm#i12765|Emma (?)|b. c 1027|p104.htm#i12766|Ivo I. Bellomontensis|b. c 992\nd. c 1036|p339.htm#i12767||||||||||
FatherIvo III Bellomontensis2 b. circa 1022, d. 22 May 1059
MotherEmma (?)2 b. circa 1027
     Comte de Beaumont-sur-Oise Yves II de Beaumont was born circa 1052. He was the son of Ivo III Bellomontensis and Emma (?).2 Comte de Beaumont-sur-Oise Yves II de Beaumont married Judith (?) circa 1077; His 1st.3 Comte de Beaumont-sur-Oise Yves II de Beaumont was living in 1080 at Conflans-Saint-Honorine.3 He married Adelaide de Gournay, daughter of Hugh de Gournay, before 1082; His 2nd.3 Comte de Beaumont-sur-Oise Yves II de Beaumont died circa 1083.3

Family 1

Judith (?) b. circa 1052

Family 2

Adelaide de Gournay b. circa 1060, d. 8 April 1099
Child

Citations

  1. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, XI:App. D, pg. 117.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 274-32.
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 274-31.

Richenza von Schwaben1

b. circa 1030, d. 1083
Richenza von Schwaben|b. c 1030\nd. 1083|p351.htm#i8542|Otto II, Herzog von Schwaben|b. c 995\nd. 7 Sep 1047|p342.htm#i8543|N. N. von Egisheim|b. c 1008|p66.htm#i8665|Erenfried, Pfalzgraf von Lothringen|b. 955\nd. 21 May 1034|p339.htm#i7453|Mathilda von Sachsen, Pfalzgräfin von Lothringen|b. 978\nd. 4 Nov 1025|p336.htm#i7452|Hugo I., Graf im elsäßischen Nordgau|b. c 970\nd. a 1047|p342.htm#i8666|Heilwig, Erbin von Dagsburg-Egisheim|b. bt 970 - 975\nd. 1046|p342.htm#i8667|
FatherOtto II, Herzog von Schwaben b. circa 995, d. 7 September 1047
MotherN. N. von Egisheim b. circa 1008
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Also called Richenza von Werl.2 Richenza von Schwaben was born circa 1030. She was the daughter of Otto II, Herzog von Schwaben and N. N. von Egisheim. Richenza von Schwaben married Herman III, Graf von Werl, son of Rudolf, Graf von Werl, Graf im Groningerland and Adelheid (?), circa 1040; Her 1st.3 Richenza von Schwaben married Herzog von Bayern Otto II von Northeim, son of Bernard von Northeim and Eilika (?), after 1050; Her 2nd.4 Richenza von Schwaben died in 1083.

Family 1

Herman III, Graf von Werl b. before 1020, d. 1052/53
Child

Family 2

Herzog von Bayern Otto II von Northeim b. circa 1025, d. 11 January 1083
Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 26-31.
  2. [S187] Royal Genealogy Database, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen von Werl, ca 1040.
  4. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen von Werl.

Adela von Löwen1

b. between 1020 and 1025, d. 1083
Adela von Löwen|b. bt 1020 - 1025\nd. 1083|p351.htm#i25108|Lambert II "der Gegürtete", Graf von Löwen|b. c 992\nd. a 21 Sep 1062|p346.htm#i7239|Oda von Verdun|b. c 995\nd. 23 Oct 1044|p341.htm#i7240|Lambert I "mit dem Barte", Graf von Löwen|b. c 950\nd. 12 Sep 1015|p334.htm#i7242|Gerberge de Basse-Lorraine|b. 975\nd. 27 Jan 1018|p335.htm#i7243|Gozelo I., Herzog von Nieder- und Ober-Lothringen|b. c 970\nd. 19 Apr 1044|p341.htm#i7241||||
FatherLambert II "der Gegürtete", Graf von Löwen1 b. circa 992, d. after 21 September 1062
MotherOda von Verdun b. circa 995, d. 23 October 1044
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Also called Adela de Louvain. Adela von Löwen was born between 1020 and 1025.2 She was the daughter of Lambert II "der Gegürtete", Graf von Löwen and Oda von Verdun.1 Adela von Löwen married Otto I, Graf von Orlamünde, Markgraf von Meißen, son of Wilhelm III, Graf von Weimar and Oda von der Lausitz, in 1060; Her 1st.1,3 Adela von Löwen married Dedi II, Markgrafen von der sächsischen Ostmark, son of Dietrich II, Markgraf der Lausitz and Mathilda von Meißen, in 1069; His 2nd. Her 2nd.4 Adela von Löwen died in 1083.5

Family 1

Otto I, Graf von Orlamünde, Markgraf von Meißen b. circa 1027?
Children

Family 2

Dedi II, Markgrafen von der sächsischen Ostmark b. circa 1010, d. October 1075

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Ezzonen-Hezeliniden.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen von Löwen, 1020/25 .
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen von Löwen, 1060.
  4. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen von Löwen, 1069.
  5. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen von Löwen, 1083.
  6. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Brunonen.

Herzog von Bayern Otto II von Northeim1

b. circa 1025, d. 11 January 1083
Herzog von Bayern Otto II von Northeim|b. c 1025\nd. 11 Jan 1083|p351.htm#i8541|Bernard von Northeim|b. a 980\nd. bt 1047 - 1049|p342.htm#i8668|Eilika (?)|b. c 1003|p66.htm#i8669|Siegfried von Northeim|b. c 960\nd. 1004|p332.htm#i8670|Mathilda (?)|b. c 980|p66.htm#i8671|||||||
FatherBernard von Northeim b. after 980, d. between 1047 and 1049
MotherEilika (?) b. circa 1003
     Herzog von Bayern Otto II von Northeim was Advocate of the Abbey of Cowey. He was born circa 1025. He was the son of Bernard von Northeim and Eilika (?). Herzog von Bayern Otto II von Northeim married Richenza von Schwaben, daughter of Otto II, Herzog von Schwaben and N. N. von Egisheim, after 1050; Her 2nd.2 Herzog von Bayern Otto II von Northeim was a witness where Agnès, Kaiserin der Römisches Reich gave the duchies of Swabia to Rudolf von Rheinfelden, Carinthia to Berthold von Zähringen, and Bavaria to Otto von Northeim, who soon became her sons biggest enemies in 1057.3 Herzog von Bayern Otto II von Northeim was created Duke of Bavaria by the dowager emperess Agnes of Poitou, regent of her son Henry IV of Germany, in 1061.4,3 Duke of Bavaria at Kingdom of Germany, German Empire, between 1061 and 1070.5,6 He was fought the Hungarians before 1070. He was accompanied Emperor Henry II to Italy before 1070. He was revolted and lost Bavaria circa 1070. Annales Mellicensis 1070: "Otto dux Baioariae regi rebellavit."7 He was led the Saxon revolt against Henry IV and supported the anti-kings between 1070 and 1075.6 He supported Rudolf von Rheinfelden as anti-King of Germany in 1077.6 He died on 11 January 1083.4,6

Family

Richenza von Schwaben b. circa 1030, d. 1083
Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 26-31.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen von Werl.
  3. [S529] . Brockhaus Enzyklopädie, 8:325.
  4. [S431] J. Meyers Lexicon, 15:255.
  5. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html
  6. [S1143] Brockhaus 2002, "Otto von Northeim".
  7. [S1188] Various MGH, Vol 9, pg. 499.
  8. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Wettiner.
  9. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, der Welfen.
  10. [S187] Royal Genealogy Database, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/

Queen of England Mathilda van Vlaanderen1,2

b. 1032, d. 2 November 1083
Queen of England Mathilda van Vlaanderen|b. 1032\nd. 2 Nov 1083|p351.htm#i5001|Boudewijn V "van Rijsel", Graaf van Vlaanderen|b. 1012\nd. 1 Sep 1067|p347.htm#i5009|Adelle de France, comtesse de Contenance|b. 1009\nd. 8 Jan 1079|p350.htm#i5217|Boudewijn IV "met de Baard", Graaf van Vlaanderen|b. c 980\nd. 30 May 1036|p339.htm#i5053|Otgiva von Lothringen|b. c 995\nd. 21 Feb 1030|p338.htm#i5215|Robert II "le Pieux", roi des Francs|b. 27 Mar 972\nd. 20 Jul 1031|p338.htm#i5218|Constance de Provence dit d'Arles|b. c 986\nd. 25 Jul 1032|p338.htm#i5279|
FatherBoudewijn V "van Rijsel", Graaf van Vlaanderen3,4,5,6,7,8 b. 1012, d. 1 September 1067
MotherAdelle de France, comtesse de Contenance8 b. 1009, d. 8 January 1079
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Queen of England Mathilda van Vlaanderen was daughter of Baldwin of Lille, V of Flanders.9 She traced her descent in the female line from King Alfred the Great.10 Also called Maud. Also called Matildis I Regina. Also called Matilda of Flanders.10 She was born in 1032 at Flanders, Belgium. She was the daughter of Boudewijn V "van Rijsel", Graaf van Vlaanderen and Adelle de France, comtesse de Contenance.3,4,5,6,7,8 A contract for the marriage of Queen of England Mathilda van Vlaanderen and Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre was signed in 1049. Pope Leo IX, at the behest of the Western Emperor, condemned the marriage as incestuous. This was, no doubt, a spurious claim. The Western Emperor was in fact a rival of Maud's father, Baldwin V, and wished to prevent an alliance between Baldwin and William. Queen of England Mathilda van Vlaanderen married Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre, son of Robert II "le Diable", duc de Normandie and Herlève de Falaise, circa December 1053 at Eu, Caux, France; 3rd cousins, 1x removed. She had twiced repulsed him before agreeing.4,5,6,11,7 Queen of England Mathilda van Vlaanderen and Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre were built two monastaries in 1059 at Caen, Calvados, Lower Normandy, France. This was in penance for disobeying the papal decree that they not marry. William was herewith reconciled with the Pope. Queen of England Mathilda van Vlaanderen was coronated as Queen in 1068 at England.12 Queen of England between 1068 and 1083. Annals of Monte Fernando 1083: "Obiit Matildis prima regina Anglie, primi regis Anglie, qui quarto anno reliquit filio suo regnum temporale."13 She died on 2 November 1083 at Caen, Calvados, Normandy, at age 51 years.4,7 Queen of England Mathilda van Vlaanderen was buried in Holy Trinity Church, Caen, Normandy.7

Family

Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre b. between 10 September 1028 and 9 September 1029, d. 9 September 1087
Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 140-31, 141-31.
  2. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 162-23, 169-23.
  3. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica, 19:828-830.
  4. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 608-609, genealogy table 17, the Normans and Plantagenets (to Edward III).
  5. [S277] Gene Gurney, Kingdoms of Europe, pg. 382.
  6. [S440] Léon van der Essen, Deux Mille, Gen Table II: De Charlemagne a Philippe le Bon.
  7. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, pg. l.
  8. [S1178] Stewart Baldwin (e-mail address), Judith (of Flanders?) m. (1) Tostig (2) Welf in "Judith (of Flanders?)," newsgroup message 2002-02-23 16:39:04 PST, From Thomas Forester, trans., "The Ecclesiastical History of England and Normandy by Ordericus Vitalis" (4 vols., London, 1853-6).
  9. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, "Baldwin V.".
  10. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Matilda of Flanders (q. consort of Eng.).
  11. [S482] Norman Davies, Davies, N., p. 1106.
  12. [S209] Somerset Herald J.R. Planché, Planché, J.R..
  13. [S1105] Margaret Lantry, AMF, MF1083.1.
  14. [S482] Norman Davies, Davies, N., p. 1117.
  15. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, pg. li.
  16. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 1100.

Matildis de Montgomery1

b. circa 1030, d. circa 1084
Matildis de Montgomery|b. c 1030\nd. c 1084|p351.htm#i8204|Roger de Montgomery, Earl of Shrewsbury|b. 1005\nd. 1094|p353.htm#i4643|Mabille de Bellême, comtesse d'Alençon|b. c 1005\nd. b 5 Dec 1082|p351.htm#i4644|seigneur de Montgommery Hugues de Montgomery|b. c 950|p64.htm#i8447|Josseline de Beaumont|b. c 955|p64.htm#i8446|Guillaume II "Talvas", comte d'Alençon|b. c 980\nd. 1070|p348.htm#i4645|Hildeburge (?)|b. 995|p44.htm#i4646|
FatherRoger de Montgomery, Earl of Shrewsbury2,3,1 b. 1005, d. 1094
MotherMabille de Bellême, comtesse d'Alençon2,3,1 b. circa 1005, d. before 5 December 1082
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Matildis de Montgomery was born circa 1030. She was the daughter of Roger de Montgomery, Earl of Shrewsbury and Mabille de Bellême, comtesse d'Alençon.2,3,1 Matildis de Montgomery married Robert, comte de Mortaigne, son of Herluin de Conteville and Herlève de Falaise; His 1st.2,3,1 Matildis de Montgomery died circa 1084.2 Matildis de Montgomery was buried in the Abbey of Grestain.3

Family

Robert, comte de Mortaigne b. circa 1031, d. 8 December 1090
Children

Citations

  1. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 598.
  2. [S1032] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday People, Robert Comes De Moritonie, pg. 372.
  3. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, III:428.

Gerard de Bournonville1

d. circa 1084
Gerard de Bournonville|d. c 1084|p351.htm#i27739|Guillaume de Bournonville||p246.htm#i27741|Adelaide de Hesdia||p246.htm#i27742|Eustache, comte de Guînes|b. 940?|p246.htm#i27704|Susanne de Gramines||p246.htm#i27705|Gerard, seigneur de Hesdia||p247.htm#i27743||||
FatherGuillaume de Bournonville1
MotherAdelaide de Hesdia1
     Gerard de Bournonville was the son of Guillaume de Bournonville and Adelaide de Hesdia.1 Gerard de Bournonville married Eleburge, dame de Sclis.1 Gerard de Bournonville died circa 1084.

Family

Eleburge, dame de Sclis
Child

Citations

  1. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., V:824.
  2. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., V:825.

Hoël II, comte de Cornoüaille & de Dol1

b. circa 1010?, d. 1084
Hoël II, comte de Cornoüaille & de Dol|b. c 1010?\nd. 1084|p351.htm#i7819|Alain Cangnard, comte de Cornoüaille|b. 975\nd. 1026|p336.htm#i8424|Judith de Nantes|b. c 988\nd. 1063|p346.htm#i11534|Benedict de Cornouaille|b. c 957|p91.htm#i11535|Guinodeon de Porhoët|b. c 955?|p220.htm#i24858|Judicaël, comte de Nantes|b. 970\nd. 1037|p339.htm#i14775|N. N. du Maine||p219.htm#i24857|
FatherAlain Cangnard, comte de Cornoüaille2 b. 975, d. 1026
MotherJudith de Nantes2 b. circa 988, d. 1063
     Hoël II, comte de Cornoüaille & de Dol was born circa 1010?. He was the son of Alain Cangnard, comte de Cornoüaille and Judith de Nantes.2 Hoël II, comte de Cornoüaille & de Dol was the successor of Alain Cangnard, comte de Cornoüaille; Prince of Cornouaille.3 Hoël II, comte de Cornoüaille & de Dol married Hawise de Tours, daughter of duc de Bretagne Alain III "le Rebru" de Bretagne and Bertha de Blois; 1st cousins.4,5 Count of Cornouille at Brittany, France, between 1058 and 1084.4,3 Hoël II, comte de Cornoüaille & de Dol was jure uxoris Duke of Brittany in 1066.4 Duke of Brittany between 1066 and 1084. He was co-ruler with Hawise de Tours; Duchess of Brittany. Hoël II, comte de Cornoüaille & de Dol died in 1084.5

Family

Hawise de Tours b. circa 1037, d. 1072
Child

Citations

  1. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., III:46.
  2. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Justin of Cornouaille, 95.
  3. [S640] History Files, online http://homepages.tesco.net/~plk33/plk33/history.htm
  4. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., Line 39.24.
  5. [S1051] C. Scott Littleton & Linda A. Malcor, Scythia to Camelot, pg. 302.
  6. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 224.

Marquis Tetone di Saluzzo1

d. 1084
Marquis Tetone di Saluzzo|d. 1084|p351.htm#i22248|marchese di Saluzzo Anselmo II di Saluzzo|b. c 980?\nd. 1027|p337.htm#i22257|Guiditta (?)||p197.htm#i22254|Anselm I., Markgraf von Savona|b. b 960\nd. c 1020|p335.htm#i9187|Gisela von Ivrea|b. c 960|p69.htm#i9188|Enrico (?)||p197.htm#i22255|Adelina (?)||p197.htm#i22256|
Fathermarchese di Saluzzo Anselmo II di Saluzzo1 b. circa 980?, d. 1027
MotherGuiditta (?)1
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Marquis Tetone di Saluzzo was the son of marchese di Saluzzo Anselmo II di Saluzzo and Guiditta (?).1 Marquis Tetone di Saluzzo married Elene di Ventimiglia, daughter of Conte Conrad II di Ventimiglia and Adela (?).2 Marquis Tetone di Saluzzo died in 1084.1

Family

Elene di Ventimiglia
Child

Citations

  1. [S682] D.S.O. Lt.-Col. W. H. Turton, Turton, pg. 109.
  2. [S682] D.S.O. Lt.-Col. W. H. Turton, Turton, pg. 206.

Otto II, Markgraf von Montferrat1

d. 20 November 1084
Otto II, Markgraf von Montferrat|d. 20 Nov 1084|p351.htm#i22207|Wilhelm II, Markgraf von Montferrat|b. c 960?\nd. b 1042|p341.htm#i22209|Waza (?)||p197.htm#i22210|Otto I., Markgraf von Montferrat|b. c 930?\nd. 991|p329.htm#i22211|N. N. von Piacenza||p205.htm#i25295|||||||
FatherWilhelm II, Markgraf von Montferrat2 b. circa 960?, d. before 1042
MotherWaza (?)2
     Otto II, Markgraf von Montferrat was the son of Wilhelm II, Markgraf von Montferrat and Waza (?).2 Otto II, Markgraf von Montferrat was the successor of Wilhelm II, Markgraf von Montferrat; Margrave of Montferrat.3 Margrave of Montferrat between 1042 and 1084.4 Otto II, Markgraf von Montferrat married Constanze de Savoie, daughter of Amédée I, comte de Savoie and Adelaide d' Albon.1 Otto II, Markgraf von Montferrat died on 20 November 1084.5

Family

Constanze de Savoie b. circa 1035?
Child

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Markgrafen von Montferrat.
  2. [S682] D.S.O. Lt.-Col. W. H. Turton, Turton, pg. 110.
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Markgrafen von Montferrat, 991-1042.
  4. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Markgrafen von Montferrat, 1042-1084.
  5. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Markgrafen von Montferrat, 20.11.1084.

Walter Giffard, seigneur de Longueville1,2

b. circa 1002, d. circa 1085
Walter Giffard, seigneur de Longueville|b. c 1002\nd. c 1085|p351.htm#i7082|Osbern de Bolebec|b. c 950|p60.htm#i7344|Wevia de Crepon|b. c 950|p60.htm#i7345|Herbastus de Crepon Jr.|b. c 935|p60.htm#i8439||||Herbastus de Crepon Sr.|b. 914|p45.htm#i5198||||
FatherOsbern de Bolebec b. circa 950
MotherWevia de Crepon b. circa 950
     Also called Gautier. Walter Giffard, seigneur de Longueville was born circa 1002. In 1053 already "past the prime of life."1 He was the son of Osbern de Bolebec and Wevia de Crepon. Walter Giffard, seigneur de Longueville was a companion of Hugh de Gournay in the abortive attempt of Edward son of King Ethelred to recover the crown of England in 1035.1 He was left by Duke William in command of the forces blockading the Castle of Arques in 1053.1 He was intrusted by Duke William with the defence of the district of Caux, in which Longueville is situate, on the occasion of the invasion of Normandy by Henry, King of France, in 1054.1 He was joined William the Conqueror in the conquest of England, as the Lord of Longueville, he accompanied his sovereign to England, and furnished the fleet, according to the List published by Taylor, with thirty vessels and a hundred men, in 1066.1 William of Normandy invades and takes England. On 14 October 1066 at the Battle of Hastings, England.3 He was recorded by William of Poitiers, he is the 8th of 20 men known with certainty to have fought with William the Conqueror on 14 October 1066 at the Battle of Hastings, England.3 He founded the Priory of St. Michel de Bolbec in 1079.1 He was appointed by King William to superintend the compilation of the great survey of England, the Domesday Book, in 1084.1,4 He died circa 1085.1

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S209] Somerset Herald J.R. Planché, Planché, J.R..
  2. [S221] Todd A. Farmerie, "Gunnor of Normandy".
  3. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, XII/1, App. L, pg. 47-48.
  4. [S643] E.Domesday, online http://www.domesdaybook.co.uk/book.html
  5. [S682] D.S.O. Lt.-Col. W. H. Turton, Turton, pg. 82.

Gebhard II, Graf von Sulzbach1

b. circa 1058, d. circa 1085
Gebhard II, Graf von Sulzbach|b. c 1058\nd. c 1085|p351.htm#i8883|Gebhard I, Graf von Sulzbach|b. 1030\nd. c 1071|p348.htm#i8993|N. N. von Nordgau|b. c 1027|p68.htm#i8994|Herman I., Herzog von Schwaben, Markgraf von Turin-Susa|b. 1015\nd. 28 Jul 1038|p340.htm#i8996|Markgräfin von Turin, Herzogin von Schwaben Adelheid von Turin|b. c 1015\nd. 19 Dec 1091|p353.htm#i5657|Berenger von Nordgau|b. c 1000|p68.htm#i8995||||
FatherGebhard I, Graf von Sulzbach1 b. 1030, d. circa 1071
MotherN. N. von Nordgau1 b. circa 1027
     Gebhard II, Graf von Sulzbach was born circa 1058. He was the son of Gebhard I, Graf von Sulzbach and N. N. von Nordgau.1 Gebhard II, Graf von Sulzbach married Irmgard von Rott, daughter of Pfalzgraf von Bayern Kuno I von Rott and Gräfin von Rott, Pfalzgräfin von Bayern Uta von Dießen, circa 1079. Gebhard II, Graf von Sulzbach was built the Castle of Sulzbach before 1085 at Bamburg, Bavaria, Germany. He died circa 1085.2

Family

Irmgard von Rott b. after 1050
Child

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen von Sulzbach.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen von Sulzbach, um 1085.

Herman II, Pfalzgraf bei Rhein1

b. circa 1049, d. 1085
Herman II, Pfalzgraf bei Rhein|b. c 1049\nd. 1085|p351.htm#i25111|Pfalzgraf bei Rhein Heinrich I "der Rasende" von Bonngau|b. c 1020\nd. 1061?|p345.htm#i25104|Mathilde von Lothringen|b. 1025\nd. 17 Jul 1060|p345.htm#i25103|Graf zu Zülpich Hezelin I. von Bonngau|b. c 985\nd. c 1033|p338.htm#i25105|N. N. von Kärnten|b. c 1010?|p81.htm#i25106|Gothelon II "l' Indolent", duc de Lothier|b. c 997\nd. b 22 May 1046|p342.htm#i16627||||
FatherPfalzgraf bei Rhein Heinrich I "der Rasende" von Bonngau1 b. circa 1020, d. 1061?
MotherMathilde von Lothringen1 b. 1025, d. 17 July 1060
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Herman II, Pfalzgraf bei Rhein was born circa 1049.1 He was the son of Pfalzgraf bei Rhein Heinrich I "der Rasende" von Bonngau and Mathilde von Lothringen.1 Herman II, Pfalzgraf bei Rhein was left in the care of Archbishop Anno II of Cologne in 1060.2 He witnessed the death of Mathilde von Lothringen on 17 July 1060; She was murdered by her husband, felled with an axe in a fit of rage.1,3 Pfalzgraf bei Rhein between 1061 and 1085.1 Herman II, Pfalzgraf bei Rhein married Adelheid, Erbin von Orlamünde, Pfalzgräfin bei Rhein, daughter of Otto I, Graf von Orlamünde, Markgraf von Meißen and Adela von Löwen, circa 1080; Her 2nd.1,2 Herman II, Pfalzgraf bei Rhein died in 1085. His children dying young, he was the last expressly documented Ezzoner.4,5

Family

Adelheid, Erbin von Orlamünde, Pfalzgräfin bei Rhein b. circa 1061?, d. 28 March 1100

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Ezzonen-Hezeliniden.
  2. [S1159] Jackman's H&L, online http://www.personal.psu.edu/, Medieval German Counties.
  3. [S1159] Jackman's H&L, online http://www.personal.psu.edu/, Medieval German Counties, for reason.
  4. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Ezzonen-Hezeliniden, 1085.
  5. [S1159] Jackman's H&L, online http://www.personal.psu.edu/, Medieval German Counties, for fact.

Donald MacCrinan1

b. before 1068, d. 1085
Donald MacCrinan|b. b 1068\nd. 1085|p351.htm#i11344|Máel Coluim mac Donnchadha, Ard-rí Alban|b. c 1031\nd. 13 Nov 1093|p353.htm#i5019|Ingibjörg Finnsdóttir|b. c 1035|p63.htm#i8054|Donnchad m. C., rí Alban|b. 1001\nd. 14 Aug 1040|p340.htm#i5113|Sibyl of Northumbria|b. c 1018|p63.htm#i8004|Finn A. of Holland|b. c 1010|p72.htm#i9454|Bergljót Hálfdanardóttir of Ringerike|b. c 1015|p72.htm#i9455|
FatherMáel Coluim mac Donnchadha, Ard-rí Alban1,2 b. circa 1031, d. 13 November 1093
MotherIngibjörg Finnsdóttir1,2 b. circa 1035
     Also called Domnall mac Máel Coluim.3 Donald MacCrinan was born before 1068.1 He was the son of Máel Coluim mac Donnchadha, Ard-rí Alban and Ingibjörg Finnsdóttir.1,2 Donald MacCrinan died in 1085.1,2,3 Annals of Ulster 1085: "Murchad ua Maeldoraid, king of Cenél Conaill, Domnall son of Mael Coluim, king of Scotland, Muiredach son of Ruaidrí ua Ruadacán, Ualgarc ua Ruairc, heir designate of Connacht, Aengus ua Caíndelbáin, king of Loegaire, ended their life unhappily. / Murchadh H. Mael Doraidh ri Ceniuil Conaill, Domnall m. Mael Coluim ri Alban, Muiredach m. Ruaidri H. Ruadhacan, h-Ualgarc H. Ruairc ridomna Conacht, Oenghus H. Caindelban ri Loeguiri suam uitam infeliciter finierunt."3 He witnessed the death of Donnchadh mac Máel Coluim, rí Alban on 12 November 1094 at Mondynes, Scotland; He was killed by his brothers Domnall and Edmund.1,2,4

Citations

  1. [S187] Royal Genealogy Database, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/
  2. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, Kings of Scotland, pgs. lxx-lxxv.
  3. [S897] [unknown], AU, U1085.2.
  4. [S897] [unknown], AU, U1094.7.

Lord Walter de Lacy1

d. 1085
Lord Walter de Lacy|d. 1085|p351.htm#i19870|Seigneur de Lacy||p177.htm#i19873|Emma (?)||p177.htm#i19872|||||||||||||
FatherSeigneur de Lacy1
MotherEmma (?)1
     Lord Walter de Lacy was the son of Seigneur de Lacy and Emma (?).1 Lord Walter de Lacy married Ermiline (?).1 Lord Walter de Lacy died in 1085.1

Family

Ermiline (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S682] D.S.O. Lt.-Col. W. H. Turton, Turton, pg. 74.

Pierre de Melgueil1

b. after 1055, d. after 1085
Pierre de Melgueil|b. a 1055\nd. a 1085|p351.htm#i9369|Raymond I de Melgueil|b. c 1010\nd. 1079|p350.htm#i9399|Beatrix de Poitou|b. c 1020|p71.htm#i9400|Bernard I. de Melgueil|b. b 989\nd. c 1055|p344.htm#i9706|Adele of Substantion|b. c 990|p74.htm#i9707|Guillaume III "le Grand", comte de Poitou et duc d' Aquitaine|b. c 969\nd. 31 Jan 1030|p338.htm#i6522|Agnes de Bourgogne|b. c 995\nd. 9 Nov 1068|p347.htm#i9079|
FatherRaymond I de Melgueil b. circa 1010, d. 1079
MotherBeatrix de Poitou b. circa 1020
     Pierre de Melgueil was born after 1055. He was the son of Raymond I de Melgueil and Beatrix de Poitou. Pierre de Melgueil married Almode de Toulouse, daughter of Pons III, comte de Toulouse and Adelmodie de la Marche, circa 1065. Pierre de Melgueil died after 1085. Pierre de Melgueil was buried in the Maguelone Cathedral, Palavas-les Flôts, Villeneuve-les-Maguelonne, Herault, Languedoc-Roussillon, France.

Family

Almode de Toulouse b. circa 1045?, d. after 1132
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 150-31, 203-30.

Eudes "l' Insense", comte de Vermandois1,2

b. circa 1066, d. after 1085
Eudes "l' Insense", comte de Vermandois|b. c 1066\nd. a 1085|p351.htm#i18544|Herbert V, comte de Vermandois|b. c 1032\nd. 1080|p350.htm#i7578|Adele, comtesse de Valois|b. b 1043\nd. 1118|p360.htm#i7579|Othon, comte de Vermandois et de Valois|b. 1000\nd. 25 May 1045|p342.htm#i7581|Pavie (?)|b. c 1010|p60.htm#i7582|comte de Valois Raoul I. de Valois|b. c 1000?\nd. 8 Sep 1074|p349.htm#i7580|comtesse de Bar-sur-Aube Aelis de Bar-sur-Aube|b. c 1015\nd. 1053|p343.htm#i9204|
FatherHerbert V, comte de Vermandois1 b. circa 1032, d. 1080
MotherAdele, comtesse de Valois1 b. before 1043, d. 1118
     Also called Graf von Vermandois Odo II "der Wahnsinnige" von Vermandois.2 Eudes "l' Insense", comte de Vermandois was born circa 1066.3 He was the son of Herbert V, comte de Vermandois and Adele, comtesse de Valois.1 Count of Vermandois between 1080 and 1085?.4 Eudes "l' Insense", comte de Vermandois married Hedwige de Picardie circa 1085.1,2 Eudes "l' Insense", comte de Vermandois was unsuited to rule and disinherited in 1085.2 He died after 1085. He was the last of the Carolingian line.5

Family

Hedwige de Picardie b. circa 1065

Citations

  1. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  2. [S1156] GdF, online mitglied.lycos.de, Familie der Heribertiner.
  3. [S1156] GdF, online mitglied.lycos.de, Familie der Heribertiner, um 1066.
  4. [S1156] GdF, online mitglied.lycos.de, Familie der Heribertiner, 1080-1085?.
  5. [S1156] GdF, online mitglied.lycos.de, Familie der Heribertiner, nach 1085.

Hedwig von Formbach, Gräfin von Supplinburg1,2

b. circa 1058, d. between 1085 and 1090
Hedwig von Formbach, Gräfin von Supplinburg|b. c 1058\nd. bt 1085 - 1090|p351.htm#i6661|Friedrich, Graf von Formbach|b. c 1030\nd. 1059|p345.htm#i6663|Gertrude, Erbin von Haldensleben|b. c 1040\nd. 21 Feb 1116|p359.htm#i6664|Thiemo I., Graf von Formbach und Schweinachgau|b. c 990\nd. c 7 Mar 1050|p343.htm#i8815||||Konrad, Graf von Haldensleben|b. c 1020\nd. b 10 Sep 1056|p344.htm#i8673||||
FatherFriedrich, Graf von Formbach3 b. circa 1030, d. 1059
MotherGertrude, Erbin von Haldensleben b. circa 1040, d. 21 February 1116
     Hedwig von Formbach, Gräfin von Supplinburg was born circa 1058.4,2 She was the daughter of Friedrich, Graf von Formbach and Gertrude, Erbin von Haldensleben.3 Hedwig von Formbach, Gräfin von Supplinburg married Gebhard, Graf von Supplinburg, son of Bernhard, Graf im Nordthüringengau and Ida von Querfurt, Gräfin im Nordthüringengau; Her 1st.2 Hedwig von Formbach, Gräfin von Supplinburg married Dietrich II, Herzog von Ober-Lothringen, son of Gerhard, Herzog von Ober-Lothringen and Hedwige de Namur, after 9 June 1075; His 1st. Her 2nd.5 Hedwig von Formbach, Gräfin von Supplinburg died between 1085 and 1090.1

Family 1

Gebhard, Graf von Supplinburg b. circa 1050, d. 9 June 1075
Children

Family 2

Dietrich II, Herzog von Ober-Lothringen b. 1044, d. 23 January 1115
Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 41-32.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen von Supplinburg.
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 41-33.
  4. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 41-32, c. 1056.
  5. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Verwandte Kaiser LOTHARS III.
  6. [S187] Royal Genealogy Database, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/
  7. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Haus Chatenois (Elsaß).

Dietrich II von Katlenburg1

b. circa 1055, d. 21 January 1085
     Dietrich II von Katlenburg was born circa 1055. He married Gertrude von Braunschweig, Gräfin von Eilenburg, Katlenburg, und Northeim, daughter of Ekbert I, Graf von Braunschweig, Markgraf von Meißen and Irmingard von Turin, circa 1080.1 Dietrich II von Katlenburg died on 21 January 1085.1

Family

Gertrude von Braunschweig, Gräfin von Eilenburg, Katlenburg, und Northeim b. circa 1060, d. 9 December 1117
Child

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Verwandte Kaiser LOTHARS III.

Bertha de Blois

b. 1016, d. 13 April 1085
Bertha de Blois|b. 1016\nd. 13 Apr 1085|p351.htm#i7822|Eudes II, comte de Blois, Chartres, Troyes, et Champagne|b. bt 983 - 990\nd. 1037|p339.htm#i7496|Ermengarde d' Auvergne|b. c 995\nd. 10 Mar 1040|p340.htm#i7826|Eudes I., comte de Blois|b. c 950\nd. 12 Mar 996|p330.htm#i7497|Bertha von Burgund|b. bt 964 - 965\nd. 16 Jan|p283.htm#i7846|comte d' Auvergne Robert I. d' Auvergne|b. c 965\nd. 1032|p338.htm#i7847|Ermengarde de Toulouse|b. c 978|p62.htm#i7848|
FatherEudes II, comte de Blois, Chartres, Troyes, et Champagne1,2 b. between 983 and 990, d. 1037
MotherErmengarde d' Auvergne1,2 b. circa 995, d. 10 March 1040
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Bertha de Blois was born in 1016.3 She was the daughter of Eudes II, comte de Blois, Chartres, Troyes, et Champagne and Ermengarde d' Auvergne.1,2 Bertha de Blois married duc de Bretagne Alain III "le Rebru" de Bretagne, son of Geoffroy I, comte de Bretagne and Hawise de Normandie, in 1018; Her 1st.1,4,2 Bertha de Blois married Graf von Maine Hugo IV von Mailand, son of Adalbert II, Markgraf von Mailand and Ersende du Maine, circa 1041?; Her 2nd.5 Bertha de Blois died on 13 April 1085 at age 69 years.1,6,7

Family 1

duc de Bretagne Alain III "le Rebru" de Bretagne b. circa 997, d. 1040
Children

Family 2

Graf von Maine Hugo IV von Mailand b. circa 1020?
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., Line 39.23.
  2. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., III:46.
  3. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/, comte de Blois & de Champagne, 1016.
  4. [S1073] Bernard S. Bachrach, Bachrach, pg. 266.
  5. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/, filiation de Charles II le Chauve.
  6. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/, Duche de Bretagne.
  7. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/, comte de Blois & de Champagne.

Gundred of Flanders

b. circa 1045, d. 27 May 1085
Gundred of Flanders|b. c 1045\nd. 27 May 1085|p351.htm#i6776|Gherbod of Flanders|b. c 1020|p71.htm#i9355||||||||||||||||
FatherGherbod of Flanders b. circa 1020
     Gundred of Flanders was the sister of Gerbod, Earl of Chester, a Fleming, and not the daughter of William the Conqueror as many believe.1 She was born circa 1045 at Normandy, France. She was the daughter of Gherbod of Flanders. Gundred of Flanders married Guillaume I de Varennes, 1st Earl of Surrey, son of Ranulph I de Varennes and Beatrice of Rouen, before 1065; His 1st.2,1 Gundred of Flanders died on 27 May 1085 at Castle Acre, Acre, Norfolk, England. "Lady Gundrade Countess of Surrey, daughter of the Conqueror and wife of William the first [Earl of Surrey], died in the pangs of childbirth (vi partus cruciata) at Castelacre 27 May 1085 and the 3rd year before her husband."3

Family

Guillaume I de Varennes, 1st Earl of Surrey b. circa 1036, d. 24 June 1088
Children

Citations

  1. [S864] Gerbod and Gundred: documents, online http://www.cgp100.dabsol.co.uk/gundred/gundocs.htm
  2. [S674] Family Trees, A&E Family Forest.
  3. [S864] Gerbod and Gundred: documents, online http://www.cgp100.dabsol.co.uk/gundred/gundocs.htm, per Sussex Record Society, vol.40, p.18 (1934), but probably not correct, she may have died before William and any wife mentioned as surving him a possible second wife..

Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia1,2

b. circa 1015, d. 17 July 1085
Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia|b. c 1015\nd. 17 Jul 1085|p351.htm#i5241|Tancred de Hauteville|b. 981\nd. c 1041|p341.htm#i5243|Fredesende de Normandie|b. c 986\nd. 1057|p344.htm#i7519|||||||||||||
FatherTancred de Hauteville2,4,3 b. 981, d. circa 1041
MotherFredesende de Normandie2,3 b. circa 986, d. 1057
     Also called Robert "the Cunning". Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia was so described: Physically attractive, endowed with an acute and unscrupulous intelligence, a brilliant strategist and competent statesman.5 Also called Roberto Guiscardo d' Altavilla Italian.5 Described in Anna Komnena's Alexiad thusly: "This Robert was Norman by descent, of insignificant origin in temper tyrannical, in mind most cunning, brave in action, very clever in attacking the wealth and substance of magnates, most obstinate in achievement, for he did not allow any obstacle to prevent his executing his desire. His stature was so lofty that he surpassed even the tallest, his complexion was ruddy, his hair flaxen, his shoulders were broad, his eyes all but emitted sparks of fire, and in frame he was well-built where nature required breadth, and was neatly and gracefully formed where less width was necessary. So from tip to toe this man was well-proportioned, as I have repeatedly heard many say. Now, Homer says of Achilles that when he shouted, his voice gave his hearers the impression of a multitude in an uproar, but this man's cry is is said to have put thousands to flight. Thus equipped by fortune, physique and character, he was naturally indomitable, and subordinate to nobody in the world. Powerful natures are ever like this, people say, even though they be of somewhat obscure descent."6 Also called Robert Guiscard. He was the father of Roger "Borsa", duc d' Apulia; the son of Robert Guiscard by Robert's second marriage--to Sigelgaita, sister of the Lombard prince Gisulf of Salerno.7 Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia was born circa 1015 at Normandy, France.5,8 He was the son of Tancred de Hauteville and Fredesende de Normandie.2,3,4 Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia first arrived in southern Italy to join his half-brothers, William, Drogo, and Humphrey, in 1047 at Apulia, Italy.5 He was sent by his brothers to Calabria to attack Byzantine territory, and began his campaign by pillaging the countryside and ransoming its people, between 1047 and 1048 at Italy.5 He married Alberada of Buonalbergo between 1051 and 1052; His 1st. Her 1st.2,4,3 Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia was the successor of Onfroi, duc d' Apulia; Count of Apulia.5,3 Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia defeated, at the head of the combined forces of Normans from Apulia and Campania, the haphazardly led forces of the Byzantines, the Lombards, and the papacy, in 1053 at Civitate, Italy.5 "Mortuus est Humphredus, et intravit comes Apuliae Robertus, qui dictus est Guiscardus." In 1056.9 He resumed, after becoming the recognized leader of the Apulian Normans, his campaign in Calabria in 1057 at Italy.5 He returned to Apulia to seize control from Humphrey's sons and save the region from disintegrating internal conflicts in 1057 at Italy.5 Count of Apulia at Norman Italy between 1057 and 1059.5,3 He and Alberada of Buonalbergo were divorced circa 1058.2 Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia seized his infant nephew Abelard's lands, thus becoming the greatest landholder in southern Italy and laying the foundation for his own power in 1058.10 He married Sichelgaita of Salerno, daughter of Gaimar V, Duke of Salerno and Porpora of Tabellaria, in 1058 at Melfi, Potenza, Basilicata, Italy; His 2nd (divorced).5,2,4,3,11,12 Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia was a witness where Gisulph II, Prince of Salerno effected an uneasy reconciliation with the Norman lord Robert Guiscard after Robert had married his sister in 1058.11 "Robertus comes Apuliae factus est dux Apuliae, Calabriae, et Siciliae a papa Nicolao in civitate Melphi." In 1059.9 Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia entered into a concordat at Melfi with Pope Nicholas II, for until that time the papacy had been hostile toward the Normans, considering them to be an anarchist force that upset the political structure in southern Italy--a structure based on a balance of power between the Byzantines and the Lombards of northern Italy, in 1059.5 He was made by Pope Nicholas II duke of Apulia and Calabria in 1059 at Italy.11 Duke of Apulia at Italy between 1059 and 1085.5,3 He completed his campaign into Calabria before 1060 at Italy.5 He planned to expel the Arabs from Sicily and restore Christianity to the island, a plan which found favour in Pope Nicholas' eyes. This expedition into Sicily got under way as soon as the conquest of Calabria was completed, with command of the expedition given to his brother Roger, in 1060 at Italy.5 He was a witness where Roger I, comte de Sicile given command of the expedition to Sicily by his brother, Robert Guiscard, then Duke of Apulia, to rid the island of Arabs and restore Christianity, in 1060.5 Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia came to the aid of his brother, Roger, at a difficult siege in 1071 at Palermo, Sicily, Italy.5 He was a witness where Roger I, comte de Sicile faced an particularly difficult siege, to which his brother came to his aid, in 1071 at Palermo, Sicily, Italy.5 Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia captured the town of Bari, which resulted in the end of Byzantine rule in southern Italy, in April 1071 at Italy.5 He invested his brother, Roger, with "the County of Sicily and Calabria" in 1072.5 He was a witness where Roger I, comte de Sicile invested with, to resolve the differences with his brother, Robert, and after he had recognized his brother's supreme authority, "the County of Sicily and Calabria" along with the right to govern and tax both counties in 1072.5 Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia was a witness where Richard I Quarrel of Aversa an insurrection against Robert Guiscard, then in Sicily, in 1072 at Italy.11 Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia was a witness where Gisulph II, Prince of Salerno joined the Norman leader Richard of Aversa in an insurrection against Robert Guiscard, who was occupied in Sicily, in 1072.11 Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia was the predecessor of Roger I, comte de Sicile; Count of Sicily and Calabria. Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia was excommunicated by Pope Gregory VII, who feared Norman advances into Campania, Molise, and Abruzzi would threaten the papal dominions, before 1073.5 He reponded to the city of Amalfi's plea for help, against Gisulf of Salerno, and successfully defended the city in 1073. He was a witness where Gisulph II, Prince of Salerno fell out with Robert Guiscard, his brother-in-law, and naively tried to bring about a Byzantine counteroffensive against Robert, and fearing that the Norman advances into Campania, Molise, and Abruzzi would threaten the papal dominions, Pope Gregory VII excommunicated Robert and gave Gisulf considerable military aid, and to display his power Gisulf advanced toward the prosperous city of Amalfi in 1073 at Italy.5 Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia took Salerno from Gisulf and made it the capital of his duchy in December 1076.5 He found the Byzantine Court itself drawing closer and went as far as trying to establish a familial relationship with Robert, in which the emperor Michael VII, in need of Robert's help to uphold his unstable throne, married his son, Constantine, to one of Robert's daughters, Helen, circa 1077.5 He witnessed the marriage contract of Associate Eastern Emperor Constantine Doukas and Helen de Hauteville circa 1078. Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia sought to avenge emperor Michaels expulsion, and his daughters confinement, in fact it reawakened his unappeased spirit of adventure and hastened his long-considered goal: to march to Byzantium and crown himself emperor in place of the deposed Michael, after 1078.5 He chose to reconcile himself with Pope Gregory VII, entering into the Concordat of Ceprano, which confirmed the commitments of the earlier Council of Melfi, in 1080.5 He was a witness where Alexios I Komnenos, basileus Rhomaiôn drove back the south Italian Normans, headed by Robert Guiscard, who were invading western Greece, using Venetian help, and granting the Venetians extensive trading privileges in return, between 1081 and 1082.13 Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia of Byzantine Corfu, off the coast of Greece, with his three sons, Bohemond, Roger Borsa, and Guy in 1083.7 He landed in Epirus with a well-trained army and immediately succeeded in defeating the Byzantines and their Venetian allies in 1083.5 He was a witness where Bohémond I "le Baroudeur", prince d' Antioche participated in Robert Guiscard's capture of Byzantine Corfu, off the coast of Greece in 1083.7 Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia was a witness where Roger "Borsa", duc d' Apulia participated in Robert Guiscard's capture of Byzantine Corfu, off the coast of Greece in 1083.7 Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia was a witness where Guy de Hauteville participated in Robert Guiscard's capture of Byzantine Corfu, off the coast of Greece in 1083.7 Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia was recalled to Italy to help the Pope expel the German king Henry IV, who was marching on Rome en route to claiming southern Italy for the Holy Roman Empire circa 1084.5 He was a witness where Heinrich IV, Kaiser der Römisches Reich marched on Rome en route to claiming southern Italy for the Holy Roman Empire circa 1084.5 Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia returned home and suppressed the revolts of the lords hostile to himself and to Pope Gregory VII, he then defeated the army of the German King, Henry IV, and finally escorted the Pope to Salerno circa July 1084.5 He died on 17 July 1085 at near Cephalonia, Greece, Byzantine Empire. Following his successes, he returned to his campaign on the Adriatic coast, but died during the siege of Cephalonia. He died of the epidemic which had earlier incapacitated his army. His wife was beside him to the last.2,8,14 . "Robert was buried in the old monastery dedicated to the Holy Trinity, where his brothers had been buried before him. Robert died in the twenty-fifth year of his reign as duke and at the age of seventy."15

Family 1

Alberada of Buonalbergo b. circa 1032, d. after July 1122
Child

Family 2

Sichelgaita of Salerno b. between 1040 and 1045, d. 27 March 1090
Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 80-32.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 296-32.
  3. [S659] John Julius Norwich, Norwich - Normans, Gen Chart, the House of Hauteville, pg. 332-333.
  4. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 510, genealogy table 14, the Normans and Hohenstaufen in South Italy and Sicily.
  5. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  6. [S1274] Anna Komnene, Alexiad, (Elizabeth A. Dawes, translator), before 1148: Book 1, X.
  7. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Roger (duke of Apulia).
  8. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Robert.
  9. [S1109] Breve Chronicon, online http://medioevo.supereva.it/normanni/breve.htm
  10. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Humphrey de Hauteville.
  11. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Gisulph II (prince of Salerno).
  12. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Hauteville, Herzöge von Apulien.
  13. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Alexius I Comnenus (Byz. emp.) .
  14. [S1170] John Julius Norwich, Norwich - Byzantium, pg. 254.
  15. [S1274] Anna Komnene, Alexiad, (Elizabeth A. Dawes, translator), before 1148: Book 6, VI.
  16. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 296-31.
  17. [S656] Steven Runciman, Runciman (Jerusalem), Appendix III: Genealogical Trees.
  18. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Este.

Richer de Laigle1

b. 1040, d. 18 November 1085
Richer de Laigle|b. 1040\nd. 18 Nov 1085|p351.htm#i6497|Engenulph, seigneur de Laigle|b. 1010\nd. 14 Oct 1066|p347.htm#i6640|Richvaride (?)|b. 1010|p55.htm#i6641|Fulbert de Beine|b. 980|p55.htm#i6642||||||||||
FatherEngenulph, seigneur de Laigle b. 1010, d. 14 October 1066
MotherRichvaride (?) b. 1010
     Also called Richer de Laigle.2 Also called Richard d' Aquila.3 Richer de Laigle was born in 1040. He was the son of Engenulph, seigneur de Laigle and Richvaride (?). Richer de Laigle married Judith d' Avranches, daughter of Richard le Goz, vicomte d' Avranches and Emma de Conteville, before 1061.4 Richer de Laigle died on 18 November 1085 at St. Suzanne, Maine, France, at age 45 years. Slain.

Family

Judith d' Avranches b. 1040
Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 178-31.
  2. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, IX:706.
  3. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 386.
  4. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 295-32.
  5. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, IX:368.

Judith, Knezna Ceská1

b. circa 1059, d. 25 December 1085
Judith, Knezna Ceská|b. c 1059\nd. 25 Dec 1085|p351.htm#i7469|Vratislav I, Král Ceská|b. c 1035\nd. 14 Jan 1092|p353.htm#i7470|Adelhaid, Hercegnõ Magyarország|b. c 1040\nd. 27 Jan 1062|p346.htm#i8339|Bretislav I., Kníze Ceská|b. c 1003\nd. 10 Jan 1055|p344.htm#i8414|Judith von Schweinfurt|b. c 1006\nd. 2 Aug 1058|p345.htm#i22297|András I., Király Magyarország|b. c 1014\nd. 1061|p345.htm#i5308|Anastasia Yaroslavna Agmunda, Princess of Kiev|b. a 1020\nd. a 1064|p346.htm#i5307|
FatherVratislav I, Král Ceská1 b. circa 1035, d. 14 January 1092
MotherAdelhaid, Hercegnõ Magyarország b. circa 1040, d. 27 January 1062
     Also called Princess Judith of Bohemia. Judith, Knezna Ceská was related to Boleslaw III Krzywousty, Królewicz Polska; the son of Wladyslaw I Herman, ruler of Poland, and Judith of Bohemia.2 Judith, Knezna Ceská was born circa 1059. She was the daughter of Vratislav I, Král Ceská and Adelhaid, Hercegnõ Magyarország.1 Judith, Knezna Ceská married Wladislaw I Herman, Królewicz Polska, son of Kazimierz I Odnowiciel, Król Polska and Dobroniega Yaroslavna, circa 1080; His 1st. Judith, Knezna Ceská died on 25 December 1085.

Family

Wladislaw I Herman, Królewicz Polska b. circa 1043, d. 4 June 1102
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., 244-8.
  2. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, "Boleslaw III.".
  3. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 147-25.

Roger de Mortemer1

b. circa 1029?, d. before 1086
Roger de Mortemer|b. c 1029?\nd. b 1086|p351.htm#i8463|Ranulph I de Varennes|b. c 998\nd. a 1074|p349.htm#i8461|Beatrice of Rouen|b. c 980|p64.htm#i8462|Guillaume de Varennes|b. c 950|p71.htm#i9358|N. N. de Torta|b. c 970|p71.htm#i9359|Tesselin of Rouen|b. c 960|p64.htm#i8464|N. N. de Crepon|b. c 963|p71.htm#i9357|
FatherRanulph I de Varennes b. circa 998, d. after 1074
MotherBeatrice of Rouen b. circa 980
     Roger is deemed by some to be the son of William de Warenne, and by others the son of Walter de St. Martin, brother of William. He was related by blood to William the Conqueror, his mother being the niece of Gunnora, wife of Richard sans Peur, Duke of Normandy.2 Roger de Mortemer was a Norman from Mortemer, canton Neufchatel-en-Bray, Seine-Maritime, Normandy.1 Also called Roger de Mortimer.2 He was born circa 1029? At Mortemer, canton Neufchatel-en-Bray, Seine-Maritime, Normandy. He was the son of Ranulph I de Varennes and Beatrice of Rouen. Roger de Mortemer lost some of his land to his kinsman William de Warenne following the battle of Mortemer, at which he had assisted the escape of a French prisoner, Ralph count of Montdider, to whom he done homage, in 1054.1 He married Hadvise (?).3 Roger de Mortemer reconciled with William of Normandy, he went on to acquire lands in England.3 He acquired lands centered upon Wigmore forfeited by Roger earl of Hereford circa 1075.3 He died before 1086.3

Family

Hadvise (?) b. circa 1040?
Child

Citations

  1. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 601-602.
  2. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 382.
  3. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 602.

Martin1

d. before 1086
     Nothing beyond his name, Martin, and marriage is known. He is called Martin de Tours, but this is probably incorrect. He may be the "Martinus de Walis" who was the first witness of the foundation charter of Totnes Priory, if indeed the priory was founded so early. Martin was a Norman.2 Also called Martin de Tours.2 He married Geva de Burci, daughter of Serlo de Burci; Her 1st.1 Martin died before 1086.1 He made a conquest of Kemys, in Pembrokeshire, and founded a monastery for benedictine monks, St. Dogmaels.2

Family

Geva de Burci
Child

Citations

  1. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VIII:530.
  2. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 359.

Sheriff of Gloucester Roger de Pîtres1,2

d. before 1086
     Sheriff of Gloucester Roger de Pîtres was the grandfather of Miles of Gloucester, Earl of Hereford, and Constable of England; grandson of Roger de Pitres, contemporary of William the Conqueror and sheriff of Gloucester, and the son of Walter (Gautier), constable of Henry I.2 Sheriff of Gloucester Roger de Pîtres was a Norman from Pîtres, canton Pont-de-l'Arche, Eure, Normandy.3 Also called Roger de Gloecestria.3 He was a contemporary of William the Conqueror.2 He married Adeline (?).4 Sheriff of Gloucester Roger de Pîtres preceeded his brother Durand as sheriff of Gloucester.3 He died before 1086.3

Family

Adeline (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VI:451.
  2. [S1137] De Bohon, online http://www.rand.org/contact/personal/Genea/bohon.html
  3. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 480.
  4. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 481.

Tairrdelbach Mór, Ard-rí na h'Éireann1

b. 1009, d. 1086
Tairrdelbach Mór, Ard-rí na h'Éireann|b. 1009\nd. 1086|p351.htm#i12579|Tadg mac Briain, rí Tuadh Mumhan|b. 979?\nd. 1023|p336.htm#i12444|Mor ingen Gilla Brigte Ó Molloy||p116.htm#i13850|Brian B. m. C., *Ard-rí na h'Éireann*|b. 941?\nd. 23 Apr 1014|p334.htm#i8050|Echrad i. C. Uí Áeda Odba||p119.htm#i14113|rí Fir Cell Gilla B. m. L. Uí Mael Mhuaidh|d. 1071|p348.htm#i13851||||
FatherTadg mac Briain, rí Tuadh Mumhan b. 979?, d. 1023
MotherMor ingen Gilla Brigte Ó Molloy2
      Tairrdelbach Mór, Ard-rí na h'Éireann married Derbforgaill ingen Taidg, daughter of Tadg mac Gillai Pátraic.3 Tairrdelbach Mór, Ard-rí na h'Éireann married N. N. (?); Another wife. Tairrdelbach Mór, Ard-rí na h'Éireann married Gormlaith (?).4 Tairrdelbach Mór, Ard-rí na h'Éireann was born in 1009. He was the son of Tadg mac Briain, rí Tuadh Mumhan and Mor ingen Gilla Brigte Ó Molloy.2 Tairrdelbach Mór, Ard-rí na h'Éireann was a witness where Diarmait mac Donnchada, Ard-rí na h'Éireann led the great army of Leath-chuinn, with by Murchadh, and Toirdhealbhach Ua Briain, King of Munster, into Connaught; and Aedh Ua Conchobhair set an ambuscade for them, so that Ua Conchobhair, lord of Ciarraighe-Luachra, and many persons along with him, were killed, in 1067.5 Tairrdelbach Mór, Ard-rí na h'Éireann accompanied Diarmaid, son of Mael-na-mbo, King of Leinster, into Connaught in 1067.5 He led an army into Leath-Chuinn; and he took countless preys from the Gaileanga, and slew Maelmordha Ua Cathasaigh, lord of Breagha, in 1073.6 He seized by a great disease, which caused his hair and beard to fall off, through the miracles of God and Ciaran, for when the head of Conchobhar was brought in his presence, a mouse issued from it, and went under Toirdhealbhach's garment, which was the cause of his disease in 1073.7 178th Monarch of Ireland between 1074 and 1086. He led a host he had assembled, of Meathmen, Connaughtmen, the foreigners, the Leinstermen, the Osraighi, and the Munstermen, and marched to Ath-Fhirdia, to demand hostages from the Oirghialla and the Ulidians in 1075.8 He led an army into Connaught; and Ruaidhri Ua Conchobhair, King of Connaught, came into his house, in 1076.9 He led an army into Ui-Ceinnsealaigh, and he fettered the son of Domhnall Reamhar, lord of Ui-Ceinnsealaigh in 1077.10 He went upon Loch-Beannchair and Innsi-Modh, and plundered the Cruach in 1079.11 He expelled, with a great army, Ruaidhri Ua Conchobhair from the kingdom of Connaught in 1079.12 He died in 1086 at Cenn Coradh, Ireland, at age 77 years. He died "after great suffering and long repentance, and after receiving the Body of Christ and His Blood."13 Annals of Ulster 1086: "Tairdelbach ua Briain, king of Ireland, died in Cenn Coradh after great suffering and long repentance, and after receiving the Body of Christ and His Blood, on the day before the Ides 14th of July in the seventy-seventh year of his age. / Tairrdelbach H. Briain ri Erenn do ec i Cinn Choradh iar mor-martra & iar n-aithrighi fhota & iar tomailt cuirp Crist & a fhola i Prid. Id. Iuil isin sechtmadh bliadain sechtmogat a aisi."13

Family 1

N. N. (?)
Child

Family 2

Gormlaith (?) d. 1077

Family 3

Derbforgaill ingen Taidg b. 1008, d. 1098
Children

Citations

  1. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Tadg mac Briain, 111.
  2. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Fiachu mac Néill, 114.
  3. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Condla mac Bresail, 114.
  4. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M1077.9.
  5. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M1067.4.
  6. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M1073.8.
  7. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M1073.5.
  8. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M1075.10.
  9. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M1076.6.
  10. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M1077.8.
  11. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M1079.10.
  12. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M1079.9.
  13. [S897] [unknown], AU, U1086.4.
  14. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Diarmait O’Brien, 112.
  15. [S897] [unknown], AU, U1116.7.

Christina Ætheling1

b. circa 1055, d. 1086
Christina Ætheling|b. c 1055\nd. 1086|p351.htm#i17316|Edward "the Exile", Prince of England|b. c Jan 1017\nd. 1057|p344.htm#i5398|Agatha of Bulgaria|b. s 1014\nd. a 1093|p353.htm#i5399|Edmund II "Ironside", King of the English|b. c 989\nd. 30 Nov 1016|p335.htm#i5400|Ealdgyth M. of Northumbria|b. 990?|p45.htm#i5401|Gavril R., Tsar of Bulgaria|b. c 970\nd. 1015|p334.htm#i8240|Hercegnõ Magyarország|b. bt 969 - 975\nd. a 988|p329.htm#i16553|
FatherEdward "the Exile", Prince of England1,2 b. circa January 1017, d. 1057
MotherAgatha of Bulgaria1,2 b. say 1014, d. after 1093
     Christina Ætheling was born circa 1055. She was the daughter of Edward "the Exile", Prince of England and Agatha of Bulgaria.1,2 Abbess of Romsey at Hants.1,2 Christina Ætheling died in 1086. She died unmarried.1,3

Citations

  1. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, pg. l.
  2. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 288.
  3. [S1578] Ian S. R. Mladjov, "Reconsidering Agatha".

Ralph Taillebois1

d. 1086
     Ralph Taillebois was the brother of Ivo Taillebois, Sheriff of Lincolnshire; the brother of Ralph Taillebois.2 Ralph Taillebois married Agatha de Bruce, daughter of Robert I de Bruce, 1st Lord of Annandale and Agnes Paganell.1 Ralph Taillebois died in 1086 at shortly before.2

Family

Agatha de Bruce
Child

Citations

  1. [S682] D.S.O. Lt.-Col. W. H. Turton, Turton, pg. 123.
  2. [S1032] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday People, Iuo Tillebois, pg. 283.

Prince Yaropolk Izyaslavich of Rus1

d. 1086
Prince Yaropolk Izyaslavich of Rus|d. 1086|p351.htm#i22441|Izyaslav I Dmitrij Yaroslavich, Prince of Kiev|b. 1025\nd. 3 Oct 1078|p350.htm#i5300|Gertrude, Królewna Polska|b. 1025\nd. 4 Jan 1108|p357.htm#i5301|Yaroslav I. M. V., Grand Prince of Kiev|b. 978\nd. 2 Feb 1054|p343.htm#i5280|Ingigerth|b. 1001\nd. 10 Feb 1050|p343.htm#i5281|Mieszko I. L., Król Polska|b. 990\nd. 10 May 1034|p339.htm#i5302|Richeza von Bonngau|b. c 995\nd. 21 Mar 1063|p346.htm#i5303|
FatherIzyaslav I Dmitrij Yaroslavich, Prince of Kiev1 b. 1025, d. 3 October 1078
MotherGertrude, Królewna Polska1 b. 1025, d. 4 January 1108
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Prince Yaropolk Izyaslavich of Rus was the son of Izyaslav I Dmitrij Yaroslavich, Prince of Kiev and Gertrude, Królewna Polska.1 Prince Yaropolk Izyaslavich of Rus journeyed on various missions for his father to the Polish king, the German emperor, and the Roman Bishop Saint Gregory VII between 1073 and 1085.1 He died in 1086. On the way from Vladimir to Zvenigorod-Galitsk, Yaropolk was treacherously murdered by Neryadets, one of his retainers. The murderer indeed had been bribed by the Rostislavichi.1 Prince Yaropolk Izyaslavich of Rus was buried in Kiev, Rus. He was buried in the church of Saint Peter, which he himself had begun to build. Many Church memorials, beginning with the Chronicle of the Monk Nestor, testify, that the murdered nobleborn prince Yaropolk be venerated in the rank of Saints well-pleasing to God.1

Citations

  1. [S998] OCA, online http://www.oca.org/pages/orth_chri/Feasts-and-Saints/, 22 November (05 December).

Adela von Tweisterbant1

b. circa 1045, d. after 1086
Adela von Tweisterbant|b. c 1045\nd. a 1086|p351.htm#i6764|Graf in der Betau Eberhard von Orlamünde|b. c 1000|p59.htm#i7238||||||||||||||||
FatherGraf in der Betau Eberhard von Orlamünde2 b. circa 1000
     Also called Adelaide of Orlamunda.3 Adela von Tweisterbant was born circa 1045 at France. She was the daughter of Graf in der Betau Eberhard von Orlamünde.2 Adela von Tweisterbant married Heinrich II, Graf von Löwen, son of Lambert II "der Gegürtete", Graf von Löwen and Oda von Verdun, before 1060.2 Adela von Tweisterbant died after 1086.

Family

Heinrich II, Graf von Löwen b. circa 1021, d. 1079
Children

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Haus Hennegau.
  2. [S576] Jr. Aileen Lewers Langston and J. Orton Buck, Pedigrees of Charlemagne Descendants, Vol II, Chapter LXXII - Wright-Townsend-Bowman-Rosenmiller, pg. 316.
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 138-32, 389-32.
  4. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Haus Chatenois (Elsaß).

Walter I Giffard, 1st Earl of Buckingham1

b. circa 1047, d. after 1086
Walter I Giffard, 1st Earl of Buckingham|b. c 1047\nd. a 1086|p351.htm#i12247|Walter Giffard, seigneur de Longueville|b. c 1002\nd. c 1085|p351.htm#i7082||||Osbern de Bolebec|b. c 950|p60.htm#i7344|Wevia de Crepon|b. c 950|p60.htm#i7345|||||||
FatherWalter Giffard, seigneur de Longueville2 b. circa 1002, d. circa 1085
     Arms: Gules, three lions passant, argent.3 Walter I Giffard, 1st Earl of Buckingham was a Norman from Longueville-sur-Scie, Seine-Maritime, Normandy.1 He was the son of Walter Giffard of Bolbec.1 He married Ermengarde Fleitel, daughter of Gerard Flaitel.1 Walter I Giffard, 1st Earl of Buckingham was born circa 1047.2 He was the son of Walter Giffard, seigneur de Longueville.2 Walter I Giffard, 1st Earl of Buckingham was created Earl of Buckingham by his distant relation, William the Conqueror, in 1070.4 Earl of Buckingham between 1070 and 1085.4 He was a Domesday tenant-in-chief in 1084.1 He died after 1086.1

Family

Ermengarde Fleitel b. circa 1027
Children

Citations

  1. [S1032] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday People, pg. 456.
  2. [S209] Somerset Herald J.R. Planché, Planché, J.R..
  3. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 230.
  4. [S217] Transcribed by Colin Hinson, English Peerage (to 1790).
  5. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., II:480.

Richard Basset

b. circa 1050, d. after 1086
Richard Basset|b. c 1050\nd. a 1086|p351.htm#i20956|Osmund Basset|b. c 1025\nd. a 1056|p344.htm#i20959||||Fouque de Aulney|b. c 1005|p190.htm#i20960||||||||||
FatherOsmund Basset b. circa 1025, d. after 1056
     Richard Basset was born circa 1050. He was the son of Osmund Basset. Richard Basset died after 1086.

Family

Child

Pfalzgraf von Bayern Kuno I von Rott1,2

b. before 1030, d. 27 March 1086
Pfalzgraf von Bayern Kuno I von Rott|b. b 1030\nd. 27 Mar 1086|p351.htm#i8881|Graf im Wipp- und Norital Poppo III von Rott|b. c 1000?\nd. c 1075|p349.htm#i8884|Hazaga von Kärnten|b. c 1000|p67.htm#i8885|Graf im Wipp- und Norital Pilgrim I. von Rott|b. c 970?\nd. c 1055|p344.htm#i26885||||||||||
FatherGraf im Wipp- und Norital Poppo III von Rott b. circa 1000?, d. circa 1075
MotherHazaga von Kärnten b. circa 1000
     Pfalzgraf von Bayern Kuno I von Rott was born before 1030. He was the son of Graf im Wipp- und Norital Poppo III von Rott and Hazaga von Kärnten. Pfalzgraf von Bayern Kuno I von Rott married Gräfin von Rott, Pfalzgräfin von Bayern Uta von Dießen, daughter of Friedrich II, Graf an der Sempt, von Dießen, Domvogt von Regensburg and Irmgard von Gilching, after 1050. Pfalzgraf von Bayern Kuno I von Rott was founder of Roth monastery before 1086. He died on 27 March 1086 at Palestrina, near Rome, Italy.3

Family

Gräfin von Rott, Pfalzgräfin von Bayern Uta von Dießen b. circa 1030, d. circa 1040
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 49-34.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen von Sulzbach.
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Pilgrimiden.

Felicité de Roucy1

b. circa 1040, d. 24 April 1086
Felicité de Roucy|b. c 1040\nd. 24 Apr 1086|p351.htm#i5682|Hilduin IV, comte de Montdidier|b. 1010\nd. 1063|p346.htm#i5683|Alix, comtesse de Roucy|b. 1014\nd. 1062|p346.htm#i5684|Hilduin I., comte de Montdidier|b. c 980\nd. c 1063|p346.htm#i11429||||Ebles I., comte de Reims & de Roucy|b. c 985\nd. 11 May 1033|p338.htm#i7073|Beatrix de Hainaut|b. c 997\nd. a 1035|p339.htm#i7074|
FatherHilduin IV, comte de Montdidier1 b. 1010, d. 1063
MotherAlix, comtesse de Roucy1 b. 1014, d. 1062
     Felicité de Roucy was born circa 1040. She was the daughter of Hilduin IV, comte de Montdidier and Alix, comtesse de Roucy.1 Felicité de Roucy married Sancho I, rey de Aragón y de Pamplona, son of Ramiro I, rey de Aragón and Gilberga de Couserans, in 1060; His 2nd.1 Felicité de Roucy died on 24 April 1086.1 She died on 24 April 1123.

Family

Sancho I, rey de Aragón y de Pamplona b. 1043, d. 6 July 1094
Children

Citations

  1. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., VIII:863.

King of Denmark Knut IV "den Hellige" Sveinsson1

b. circa 1045?, d. 10 July 1086
King of Denmark Knut IV "den Hellige" Sveinsson|b. c 1045?\nd. 10 Jul 1086|p351.htm#i16451|Sveinn Ástrídsson, King of Denmark|b. b 1026|p145.htm#i16452|Jutta Anundardóttir||p200.htm#i22651|Úlfr T., Jarl of Skåne|b. c 965\nd. 1026|p337.htm#i12528|Ástrídr Sveinsdóttir|b. c 970|p3.htm#i8261|Konung av Sverige Anund J. Óláfsson|b. c 1002|p170.htm#i22650||||
FatherSveinn Ástrídsson, King of Denmark1,2 b. before 1026
MotherJutta Anundardóttir3
     King of Denmark Knut IV "den Hellige" Sveinsson was born circa 1045?. He was the son of Sveinn Ástrídsson, King of Denmark and Jutta Anundardóttir.1,2,3 King of Denmark Knut IV "den Hellige" Sveinsson was the successor of King of Denmark Harold III Hejn Sveinsson; King of Denmark.1 King of Denmark at Scandinavia between 1080 and 1086.1,4 King of Denmark Knut IV "den Hellige" Sveinsson married Adele van Vlaanderen, daughter of Robrecht I "de Fries", Graaf van Vlaanderen and Gertrude von Sachsen, before 1084; Her 1st.1,5,6 King of Denmark Knut IV "den Hellige" Sveinsson died on 10 July 1086 at St. Alban's Church, Odense, Denmark. Aristocrats who opposed his tax policy revolted as he was preparing to embark for England. He fled from the rebels, led by his brother Prince Olaf, to St. Alban's Church, Odense, which he had founded, and was assassinated there with the entire royal party.1,6,4 He was martyr, and patron saint of Denmark. He was canonized in 1101. Feast Day (along with Olaf the Holy). On 10 July.4

Family

Adele van Vlaanderen b. circa 1064, d. 1115
Child

Citations

  1. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  2. [S220] Rupert Alen and Anna Marie Dahlquist, Royal Familes of Scandanavia, Flanders, and Kiev, pg. 143.
  3. [S220] Rupert Alen and Anna Marie Dahlquist, Royal Familes of Scandanavia, Flanders, and Kiev, Chart 25, pg. 185.
  4. [S1143] Brockhaus 2002, "Knut IV., der Heilige".
  5. [S220] Rupert Alen and Anna Marie Dahlquist, Royal Familes of Scandanavia, Flanders, and Kiev, Chart 17, pg. 144.
  6. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, der Balduine.
  7. [S216] Ingram's Edition, The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, AD 1119.