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Óláfr Sveinsson

d. 10 July 1086
Óláfr Sveinsson|d. 10 Jul 1086|p352.htm#i16454|Sveinn Ástrídsson, King of Denmark|b. b 1026|p145.htm#i16452||||Úlfr T., Jarl of Skåne|b. c 965\nd. 1026|p337.htm#i12528|Ástrídr Sveinsdóttir|b. c 970|p3.htm#i8261|||||||
FatherSveinn Ástrídsson, King of Denmark b. before 1026
     Óláfr Sveinsson was the son of Sveinn Ástrídsson, King of Denmark. Óláfr Sveinsson died on 10 July 1086 at St. Alban's Church, Odense, Denmark.

Konrad I, Graf von Luxemburg1

b. circa 1040, d. 8 August 1086
Konrad I, Graf von Luxemburg|b. c 1040\nd. 8 Aug 1086|p352.htm#i5343|Giselbert, Graf von Luxemburg|b. c 1005\nd. 14 Aug|p284.htm#i8511|N. N. (?)||p196.htm#i22039|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|||||||
FatherGiselbert, Graf von Luxemburg2 b. circa 1005, d. 14 August
MotherN. N. (?)3
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Konrad I, Graf von Luxemburg was born circa 1040.3 He was the son of Giselbert, Graf von Luxemburg and N. N. (?).2,3 Konrad I, Graf von Luxemburg was the successor of Giselbert, Graf von Luxemburg; 3rd Count of Luxembourg.4,2,3 4th Count of Luxembourg at Lower Lorraine, Holy Roman Empire, between 1057 and 1086.4,2 Konrad I, Graf von Luxemburg married Ermesinde de Poitou, daughter of Guillaume V Pierre, comte de Poitou, duc d' Aquitaine et de Gascogne and Ermesende, comtesse de Longwy, in 1065; His 1st.3 Konrad I, Graf von Luxemburg married Clemence de Poitou, daughter of Guillaume V Pierre, comte de Poitou, duc d' Aquitaine et de Gascogne and Ermesende, comtesse de Longwy, circa 1083; His 2nd (widower). Her 1st.5,3 Konrad I, Graf von Luxemburg was the predecessor of Graf von Luxemburg Heinrich III von Lothringen; 5th Count of Luxembourg.2 Konrad I, Graf von Luxemburg died on 8 August 1086. He died while returning from a pilgramage to Jerusalem.2,3

Family 1

Ermesinde de Poitou b. circa 1045, d. before 1083
Children

Family 2

Clemence de Poitou b. before 1052, d. after 1129

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 3-31.
  2. [S440] Léon van der Essen, Deux Mille, Gen Table II: De Charlemagne a Philippe le Bon.
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Luxemburger.
  4. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html
  5. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Die Familie der Herzöge von Geldern.
  6. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 278-31.

Guillaume VI Gui-Geoffroi, comte de Poitou, duc d' Aquitaine et de Gascogne1

b. circa 1026, d. 25 September 1086
Guillaume VI Gui-Geoffroi, comte de Poitou, duc d' Aquitaine et de Gascogne|b. c 1026\nd. 25 Sep 1086|p352.htm#i6521|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|Guillaume II "Bras de Fer", comte de Poitou et duc d' Aquitaine|b. c 937\nd. 993|p330.htm#i6523|Emma de Blois|b. c 950\nd. 1003|p332.htm#i6524|Otto-Wilhelm, Graf von Macon und Burgund|b. bt 958 - 959\nd. 21 Sep 1026|p337.htm#i5237|Ermentrude de Roucy|b. 958\nd. 5 Mar 1005|p332.htm#i4603|
FatherGuillaume III "le Grand", comte de Poitou et duc d' Aquitaine2 b. circa 969, d. 31 January 1030
MotherAgnes de Bourgogne2 b. circa 995, d. 9 November 1068
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Guillaume VI Gui-Geoffroi, comte de Poitou, duc d' Aquitaine et de Gascogne was born circa 1026. He was the son of Guillaume III "le Grand", comte de Poitou et duc d' Aquitaine and Agnes de Bourgogne.2 Guillaume VI Gui-Geoffroi, comte de Poitou, duc d' Aquitaine et de Gascogne married Mathilda de la Marche before 1052. Duke of Aquitaine and Gascony at France between 1058 and 1086.3 Guillaume VI Gui-Geoffroi, comte de Poitou, duc d' Aquitaine et de Gascogne took part in the initially triumphant siege and capture of Muslim Barbastro in the northeast of the Iberian peninsula in 1064.4 He repudiated his first two wives because they had borned him no sons, and married his third wife Audéarde in 1069.3 He married Hildegarde de Bourgogne, daughter of Robert I "le Vieux", duc de Bourgogne and Hélie de Semur, in 1069; His 3rd. Her 3rd. 2nd cousins, once removed.5,3 When he had at last a male heir, the Church threatened to declare the marriage null and void and the child therefore illegitimate. Count Guy was obliged to go to Rome, and plead with Pope Hildebrand, and finally accept an arrangement by which Audéarde was to be put aside, the child recognized, and Guy himself, among other penances for his irregular union, was required to establish and richly endow a monastery within his Poitevin domain.3 Guillaume VI Gui-Geoffroi, comte de Poitou, duc d' Aquitaine et de Gascogne was formed a marriage alliance with Alfonso VI of Castile by giving his daughter's hand, this would counter his enemies politics, the viscount of Béarn and the count of Armagnac who were closely related to the king of Aragón, in 1073.4 He was visited by Hugh the Great, abbot of Cluny, in 1073.4 He founds Montierneuf, in which he incorporates the church of St. Jean l'Evangéliste, in 1077 at Poitiers, Duchy of Aquitaine, Kingdom of France.3 He witnessed an earthquake, followed by a fire which destroyed a great part of the city, including the unlucky church of Ste. Radegonde, in 1083 at Poitiers, Duchy of Aquitaine, Kingdom of France.3 He was the predecessor of Guillaume IX "le Troubadour", duc de Guyenne, comte de Poitiers; Count of Poitou.3 Guillaume VI Gui-Geoffroi, comte de Poitou, duc d' Aquitaine et de Gascogne was the predecessor of Guillaume IX "le Troubadour", duc de Guyenne, comte de Poitiers; Duke of Aquitaine and Gascony.6,3 Guillaume VI Gui-Geoffroi, comte de Poitou, duc d' Aquitaine et de Gascogne died on 25 September 1086.

Family 1

Mathilda de la Marche b. 1035
Child

Family 2

Hildegarde de Bourgogne b. after 1033, d. after 1104
Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 88-32.
  2. [S1073] Bernard S. Bachrach, Bachrach, pg. 268.
  3. [S974] Peter Crool, Poitiers.
  4. [S513] Bernard F. Reilly, León-Castilla under King Alfonso VI, pg. 80.
  5. [S513] Bernard F. Reilly, León-Castilla under King Alfonso VI, pg. 106.
  6. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, William IX.
  7. [S270] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH II, pg 824.
  8. [S513] Bernard F. Reilly, León-Castilla under King Alfonso VI, pg. 79.
  9. [S516] Bernard F. Reilly, León-Castilla under King Alfonso VI, pg. 10.
  10. [S1074] Bishop Pelayo "the Fabulist" of Oviedo, "CRL", 87.
  11. [S513] Bernard F. Reilly, León-Castilla under King Alfonso VI, pg. 107.

Prince Otto I of Moravia1

b. circa 1043, d. circa 1087
     Prince of Moravia.1 Prince Otto I of Moravia was born circa 1043. He married Ludmilla, Hercegnõ Magyarország, daughter of Béla I, Király Magyarország and Rixa, Królewna Polska, before 1073.1 Prince Otto I of Moravia died circa 1087.1

Family

Ludmilla, Hercegnõ Magyarország b. circa 1049, d. 2 April 1111

Citations

  1. [S438] Theroff's Royal Genealogies, online http://pages.prodigy.net/ptheroff/, arpad.txt 4/15/99.

Fouques "Taillefer", comte d'Angoulême1

b. 1030, d. 1087
Fouques "Taillefer", comte d'Angoulême|b. 1030\nd. 1087|p352.htm#i5133|Geoffrey "Taillefer" I, comte d'Angoulême|b. 1014\nd. 1048|p342.htm#i5136|Petronille, dame d' Archaic & de Bouteville|b. c 1000?\nd. a 1048|p342.htm#i5137|Guillaume II "Taillefer", comte d'Angoulême|b. 978\nd. 8 Apr 1028|p337.htm#i5140|Gerberge d'Anjou|b. 965|p244.htm#i27554|Mainard "le Riche", seigneur d' Archaic & de Bouteville|b. c 970|p44.htm#i5138|Hildegarde (?)|b. 975|p44.htm#i5139|
FatherGeoffrey "Taillefer" I, comte d'Angoulême1 b. 1014, d. 1048
MotherPetronille, dame d' Archaic & de Bouteville1 b. circa 1000?, d. after 1048
     Fouques "Taillefer", comte d'Angoulême was born in 1030. He was the son of Geoffrey "Taillefer" I, comte d'Angoulême and Petronille, dame d' Archaic & de Bouteville.1 Fouques "Taillefer", comte d'Angoulême married Condohe Vagena, daughter of Ounorman Vagena, in 1047.2 Fouques "Taillefer", comte d'Angoulême died in 1087 at age 57 years.

Family

Condohe Vagena b. circa 1032?
Child

Citations

  1. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., III:125.
  2. [S274] INRIA - Domaine de Voluceau - Rocquencourt, 04 NOV 1999.

Simon I, seigneur de Montfort1

b. 1025, d. 1087
Simon I, seigneur de Montfort|b. 1025\nd. 1087|p352.htm#i5258|Amauri I, 1st seigneur de Montfort|b. 993\nd. c 1053|p343.htm#i5260|Bertrade (?)|b. 995|p45.htm#i5261|Guillaume de Hainaut|b. 967|p45.htm#i5262||||||||||
FatherAmauri I, 1st seigneur de Montfort2,3 b. 993, d. circa 1053
MotherBertrade (?)2,3 b. 995
     Simon I, seigneur de Montfort was born in 1025 at Montfor-l'Amaury, Yvelines, Île-de-France, France. He was the son of Amauri I, 1st seigneur de Montfort and Bertrade (?).2,3 Simon I, seigneur de Montfort was a witness where Bertrade (?) consented, with her children, to her husband's gifts to Marmoutier of Senicourt, near Chartres, and the churches of Olmets, Helmoret, Rambouillet, and Prouvais in 1053.4 Simon I, seigneur de Montfort married Agnes d' Évereux, daughter of Richard, 2nd comte d' Évereux and Adelaide de Barcelona; His 3rd.5 2nd Seigneur of Montfort at France between 1053 and 1087.2 Simon I, seigneur de Montfort married Isabeau de Broyes, dame de Nogent, daughter of Hugh Bardoul, seigneur de Brozes, circa 1055; His 1st.2,6 Simon I, seigneur de Montfort attested a charter of Henry I to St. Germain-des-Près as "Sig. Simonis de Monteforti" in 1058.2 He took a leading part in persuading Duke William to recall Ralph de Tosny and Hugh de Grandmesnil from exile in 1063.2 He was a witness where Hugh I, seigneur de Grandmesnil recalled from exile by the efforts of Simon, 2nd Seigneur de Montfort, in 1063. Simon I, seigneur de Montfort was a witness where Ralph de Tosny of Flamstead recalled from exile by the efforts of Simon, 2nd Seigneur de Montfort, in 1063. Simon I, seigneur de Montfort was attested an Act for the Abbey of Coulombs while with Duke William and his court on 13 April 1066 at Fécamp, Normandy, France.2 He confirmed with his wife, unnamed, a gift by Richard Fitz-Herluin of certain lands in "villa sancti Hilari" to the same abbey (of Coulombs), the said lands being part of the inheritance of Simon's wife, in 1066 at Muelan, Normandy, France.2 He witnessed a charter of Philip I to St. Martin-des-Champs as "Simon de Monteforti" in 1067 at Paris, France.2 He attested, with his son Amauri, another charter of Philip confirming the gift to St. Magloire by "quidam miles de castro qui Montefortis vocatur Symon nomine" of the churches of St. Peter and St. Laurence situate "in eodem castro" as "S. Simonis de castro Montefortis ... S. Almarici Simonis filii" in 1072.2 He was a witness where Amauri II "the Strong", 3rd seigneur de Montfort joined his father in attesting a charter of Philip I in 1072.7 Simon I, seigneur de Montfort died in 1087 at or shortly before at age 62 years.5 He was the predecessor of Amauri II "the Strong", 3rd seigneur de Montfort; 3rd Seigneur of Montfort.7 Simon I, seigneur de Montfort was buried in Epernon, Eure-et-Loire, Centre, France.5

Family 1

Isabeau de Broyes, dame de Nogent b. circa 1033?
Children

Family 2

Agnes d' Évereux b. circa 1042?
Children

Citations

  1. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 596.
  2. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VII:App.D:710.
  3. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., VI:72.
  4. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VII:App.D:708.
  5. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VII:App.D:711.
  6. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., VI:632.
  7. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VII:App.D:712.
  8. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VII:App.D:710-711.
  9. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, XII/1:Tony:759.
  10. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., I:16.

Dobroniega Yaroslavna1

b. circa 1020, d. 1087
Dobroniega Yaroslavna|b. c 1020\nd. 1087|p352.htm#i7467|Yaroslav I Mudriy Vladimirovich, Grand Prince of Kiev|b. 978\nd. 2 Feb 1054|p343.htm#i5280|Ingigerth|b. 1001\nd. 10 Feb 1050|p343.htm#i5281|Vladimir I. V. S., Grand Prince of Kiev|b. c 956\nd. 15 Jul 1015|p334.htm#i5284|Rogneda of Polotsk|b. 962\nd. 1002|p332.htm#i5285|Óláfr S. E., Konung av Sverige|b. 986\nd. 1022|p336.htm#i5282|Queen of Sweden Astrid of the Obodrites|b. 979|p45.htm#i5283|
FatherYaroslav I Mudriy Vladimirovich, Grand Prince of Kiev2 b. 978, d. 2 February 1054
MotherIngigerth2 b. 1001, d. 10 February 1050
     Dobroniega Yaroslavna was born circa 1020. She was the daughter of Yaroslav I Mudriy Vladimirovich, Grand Prince of Kiev and Ingigerth.2 Dobroniega Yaroslavna married Kazimierz I Odnowiciel, Król Polska, son of Mieszko II Lambert, Król Polska and Richeza von Bonngau, in 1038. Dobroniega Yaroslavna died in 1087.

Family

Kazimierz I Odnowiciel, Król Polska b. 28 July 1016, d. 28 November 1058
Children

Citations

  1. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 241-5.
  2. [S667] Gastel Family Database, online http://worldroots.com/go?/gastel/gasindex.html, 17-34.
  3. [S475] Polish Gallery, online http://artyzm.com/matejko/poczet/
  4. [S681] Jiri Louda and Michael MacLagan, Louda & MacLagan, 1981, Table #85.
  5. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 147-24.

Folmar III von Metz1,2

b. circa 1010, d. 1087
Folmar III von Metz|b. c 1010\nd. 1087|p352.htm#i8836|Gottfried von Metz|b. c 980\nd. c 1053|p343.htm#i8837||||Folmar I. von Metz|b. c 950\nd. b 1029|p337.htm#i8839|Gerberge (?)|b. a 962|p67.htm#i8838|||||||
FatherGottfried von Metz b. circa 980, d. circa 1053
     Folmar III von Metz was born circa 1010. He was the son of Gottfried von Metz. Folmar III von Metz married Judith (?) before 1040. Folmar III von Metz died in 1087.

Family

Judith (?) b. circa 1015
Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 45-31.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 278-32.

Alice de Beaumont1

d. 1087
     Alice de Beaumont married Hugh I, seigneur de Grandmesnil, son of Robert de Grandmesnil and Hawise d' Eschauffon.1 Alice de Beaumont died in 1087.1

Family

Hugh I, seigneur de Grandmesnil b. circa 1040, d. 22 February 1098
Child

Citations

  1. [S682] D.S.O. Lt.-Col. W. H. Turton, Turton, pg. 100.

Guillaume, seigneur de Montsoreau1

b. circa 1025, d. after 1087
Guillaume, seigneur de Montsoreau|b. c 1025\nd. a 1087|p352.htm#i30368|Gautier I, seigneur de Montsoreau|b. c 980|p265.htm#i30369|Mabile (?)|b. c 1000|p265.htm#i30370|||||||||||||
FatherGautier I, seigneur de Montsoreau1 b. circa 980
MotherMabile (?)1 b. circa 1000
     Guillaume, seigneur de Montsoreau was born circa 1025.1 He was the son of Gautier I, seigneur de Montsoreau and Mabile (?).1 Guillaume, seigneur de Montsoreau died after 1087.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1660] Généalogie ascendante de Jeanne de BOURNONVILLE, online http://fjaunais.free.fr/habart1.htm, Seigneurs de LOUDUN, de FAYE la VINEUSE, & de MONTSOREAU (950-1200).

Richilde de Mons, comtesse de Hainaut

b. circa 1019, d. 15 March 1086/87
     Richilde de Mons, comtesse de Hainaut was niece of the Abbess of the Church of St. Calixte. Her parentage is unknown. Could she be a daughter of Hugh VI, Count of Egisheim, and Hedwige of Dagsburg? Encyclopedia says she is the heiress of Ranier V of Hainault, and that she died in 1086, but also saying her 2nd marriage was to Baldwin VI of Flanders (I of Hainault), and her second son being Baldwin II of Hainault. Deux Mille says she married Herman, the son of Regnier V. Also called Gräfin von Hennegau und Flandern Richilde von Mons German.1 She was born circa 1019.2,3 She was co-ruler with Herman, comte de Hainaut; 6th Count of Hainault.3 Richilde de Mons, comtesse de Hainaut married Herman, comte de Hainaut, son of Régnier V, comte de Hainaut and Gräfin von Hennegau Mathilde von Verdun, circa 1043; Her 1st.4,1 Richilde de Mons, comtesse de Hainaut became countess of Hainault when she married her husband, Herman of Hainault, in 1049. Countess of Hainault at Lower Lorraine, Holy Roman Empire, between 1049 and 1070.5,6 Her second marriage led to a temporary union of Hainault and Flanders. In 1051.2 She was co-ruler with Boudewijn VI, Graaf van Vlaanderen; 7th Count of Hainault.3 Richilde de Mons, comtesse de Hainaut married Boudewijn VI, Graaf van Vlaanderen, son of Boudewijn V "van Rijsel", Graaf van Vlaanderen and Adelle de France, comtesse de Contenance, on 31 March 1051; Her 2nd (widow).2,6,3,1,7 Richilde de Mons, comtesse de Hainaut married William FitzOsbern, seigner de Bréteuil, Earl of Hereford, son of Osbern de Bolebec and Wevia de Crepon; His 2nd (widower). Her 3rd (widow).7 Richilde de Mons, comtesse de Hainaut was well thought of in Hainault but had a reputation for cruelty in Flanders before 1071.6 Countess of Hainault, restored between 1071 and 1083.5 She at age fiftytwo, led her troops on horseback and met her Flemish enemies in battle, with the support of the King of France, Philip I, on her side, but resolved nothing of the differences between Hainault and Flanders on 22 February 1071 at Ravenshoven, Kassel, Germany.6,2 She abdicated in favor of her son, Baldwin in 1083. She was the predecessor of Baudouin II "de Jerusalem", comte de Hainaut; 8th Count of Hainault.6,3 Richilde de Mons, comtesse de Hainaut died on 15 March 1086/87 at Kloster Messines.2,1,8

Family 1

Herman, comte de Hainaut b. circa 1023, d. 1051
Child

Family 2

Boudewijn VI, Graaf van Vlaanderen b. circa 1030, d. 17 July 1070
Children

Family 3

William FitzOsbern, seigner de Bréteuil, Earl of Hereford b. circa 1025, d. 20 February 1070/71

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, der Reginare.
  2. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  3. [S440] Léon van der Essen, Deux Mille, Gen Table II: De Charlemagne a Philippe le Bon.
  4. [S440] Léon van der Essen, Deux Mille, Chart 2.
  5. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html
  6. [S432] Eileen Goodrum, Belgian History.
  7. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VI:448.
  8. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VI:449.

Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre1,2,3

b. between 10 September 1028 and 9 September 1029, d. 9 September 1087
Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre|b. bt 10 Sep 1028 - 9 Sep 1029\nd. 9 Sep 1087|p352.htm#i5000|Robert II "le Diable", duc de Normandie|b. 999\nd. 22 Jul 1035|p339.htm#i5007|Herlève de Falaise|b. 1003|p44.htm#i5008|Richard II "le Bon", duc de Normandie|b. 962\nd. 28 Aug 1026|p337.htm#i5195|Judith de Bretagne|b. 982\nd. 1017|p335.htm#i5194|Fulbert de Falaise|b. 978|p44.htm#i5051|Doda (?)|b. 980|p44.htm#i5052|
FatherRobert II "le Diable", duc de Normandie4,5 b. 999, d. 22 July 1035
MotherHerlève de Falaise5 b. 1003
     Also called Guillaume "le Bâtard" French. Arms: Gules two lions passant guardant or.6 Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre also went by the name of William I "the Conqueror". Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre also went by the name of William II "the Bastard". He was the successor of Robert II "le Diable", duc de Normandie; Duke of Normandy.7 Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre was a witness where Guillaume II "Talvas", comte d'Alençon cursed the Conqueror in his cradle in 1028. Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre was born between 10 September 1028 and 9 September 1029 at Falaise, Calvados, Lower Normandy, France. Illegitimate.8 He was the son of Robert II "le Diable", duc de Normandie and Herlève de Falaise.4,5 Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre was nominated by his father to succeed him as heir before his father's departure to the Holy Land, and was accepted as duke by the Norman magnates and his feudal overlord, King Henry I of France, in 1035.4 He was a witness where Robert II "le Diable", duc de Normandie granted a charter prior to his departure on pilgrimage to Jerusalem on 15 January 1035.9 Duke of Normandy at France between 22 July 1035 and 1087.7,10 Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre was a witness where Osbern de Bolebec Murdered by William de Montgomery, his cousin twice removed, while defending the young Duke William. Circa 1040. Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre was was given his knighthood in 1042. He was dealt with a series of baronial rebellions, mostly led by kinsmen between 1046 and 1055. He often relied on King Henry for help during these years. He and Henri I, roi des Francs were defeated a coalition of Norman rebels in 1047 at Val-ès-Dunes, southeast of Caen, Calvados, Lower Normandy, France. A contract for the marriage of Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre and Queen of England Mathilda van Vlaanderen 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. Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre was a witness where Geoffroy II Martel, comte d' Anjou made peace with King Henry and William of Normandy in 1052. Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre was a witness where Walter Giffard, seigneur de Longueville left by Duke William in command of the forces blockading the Castle of Arques in 1053.11 Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre married Queen of England Mathilda van Vlaanderen, daughter of Boudewijn V "van Rijsel", Graaf van Vlaanderen and Adelle de France, comtesse de Contenance, circa December 1053 at Eu, Caux, France; 3rd cousins, 1x removed. She had twiced repulsed him before agreeing.12,13,14,7,4 Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre was a witness where Walter Giffard, seigneur de Longueville 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 1054.11 Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre held his own against the alliance of Geoffrey Martel of Anjou and King Henry between 1054 and 1060. He and Queen of England Mathilda van Vlaanderen 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. Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre was a witness where Humphrey I "the Bearded", seigneur de Bohon with William, Duke of Normandy, at the Hogue de Biville, along with Roger de Montgomery and William, son of Osbern in 1062.15 Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre was conquered Maine, the territory of his former rival Geoffrey of Anjou in 1063. Annals of Monte Fernando 1066: "Willelmus Bastard dux Normannie cepit Angliam, et vicit Haraldum, et vulneravit apud Astingas, qui multis annis postea vixit."16 He witnessed the will of Edward "the Confessor", King of the English before 5 January 1066; He left, as heir to the throne of England, his cousin, William of Normandy.4 Heir of England after 5 January 1066.4 Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre was denied the inheritance of the throne of England, left to him by his cousin, Edward the Confessor, after 5 January 1066.4 He was launched his invasion on England on 27 September 1066.17 He landed on the coast of England where he and his forces quickly took the towns of Pevensey and Hastings. On 28 September 1066. He surprised King Harold when he emerged from the great forest of Andred where he and his forces had set camp on 13 October 1066 at England. He was a witness where Harald II Godwinesson, King of England surprised by William, Duke of Normandy, when the Duke emerged from the great forest of Andred where he and his forces had set camp on 13 October 1066 at England. William of Normandy invades and takes England. On 14 October 1066 at the Battle of Hastings, England.18 Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre was defeats Harold Godwinson at the Battle of Hastings on 14 October 1066. King of England between 24 December 1066 and 9 September 1087. He was became King of England by conquest, and was crowned on 25 December 1066 at Westminster Abbey, England.4 He was a witness where William FitzOsbern, seigner de Bréteuil, Earl of Hereford created Earl of Hereford by his "distant relation" (1st cousin, 2x removed) William the Conqueror in 1067.19 Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre was a witness where Odo, Bishop of Bayeux created Earl of Kent by his maternal brother, William the Conqueror, in 1067.19 Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre was a witness where Robert, comte de Mortaigne created Earl of Cornwall by his maternal brother, William the Conqueror, in 1067.19 Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre was a witness where Roger de Montgomery, Earl of Shrewsbury created Earl of Arundel and Shewsbury by his "distant" (3rd) cousin, William the Conqueror, in December 1067.19 Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre concluded his invasion of England with the final "Harrowing of the North" which ravaged the north of England which at last submits to his will in 1069. He was a witness where Walter I Giffard, 1st Earl of Buckingham created Earl of Buckingham by his distant relation, William the Conqueror, in 1070.19 Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre was a witness where 1st Earl of Norfolk and Suffolk Ralph de Gaël created Earl of Norfolk and Suffolk by William the Conqueror in 1073.19 Annals of Monte Fernando 1087: "Ob. Willelmus Bastard rex."20 Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre died on 9 September 1087 at Priory of St. Gervais, Rouen, Seine-Maritime, Upper Normandy, France. He died in his 59th year.8 Guillaume I "le Conquérant", roi d' Angleterre was buried in Abbey of St. Stephen, Caen, Calvados, Lower Normandy, France. Buried in "rather unseemly fashion," in the church which he had built.21

Family

Queen of England Mathilda van Vlaanderen b. 1032, d. 2 November 1083
Children

Citations

  1. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  2. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 121-24.
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 81-31, 89-30.
  4. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, pg. l.
  5. [S842] Harleian Society, "Visitiation Cheshire 1580: Chester Earls".
  6. [S1216] C.B., L.L.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir John Bernard Burke, B:GA, pg. lv.
  7. [S482] Norman Davies, Davies, N., p. 1106.
  8. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, XII/1, App. K, pg. 31.
  9. [S209] Somerset Herald J.R. Planché, Planché, J.R., "dated in the ides of January, 1035".
  10. [S872] Heratlas, online http://www.multimania.com/heratlas/index.htm, Généalogie des ducs de Normandie (911-1204).
  11. [S209] Somerset Herald J.R. Planché, Planché, J.R..
  12. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 608-609, genealogy table 17, the Normans and Plantagenets (to Edward III).
  13. [S277] Gene Gurney, Kingdoms of Europe, pg. 382.
  14. [S440] Léon van der Essen, Deux Mille, Gen Table II: De Charlemagne a Philippe le Bon.
  15. [S1137] De Bohon, online http://www.rand.org/contact/personal/Genea/bohon.html
  16. [S1105] Margaret Lantry, AMF, MF1066.1.
  17. [S225] The Battle of Hastings, online e-mail address.
  18. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, XII/1, App. L, pg. 47-48.
  19. [S217] Transcribed by Colin Hinson, English Peerage (to 1790).
  20. [S1105] Margaret Lantry, AMF, MF1087.1.
  21. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, pg. li.
  22. [S482] Norman Davies, Davies, N., p. 1117.
  23. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 224.
  24. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, III:165.
  25. [S1191] Esq. John Burke B:C of GB&I, IV:728.
  26. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 1100.

Guillaume I "Tête hardie", comte de Bourgogne & de Vienne1

b. circa 1024, d. 12 November 1087
Guillaume I "Tête hardie", comte de Bourgogne & de Vienne|b. c 1024\nd. 12 Nov 1087|p352.htm#i5235|Renaud I, comte de Bourgogne|b. c 990\nd. 4 Sep 1057|p344.htm#i5375|Alix de Normandie|b. 1003\nd. a 1 Jul 1037|p339.htm#i5376|Otto-Wilhelm, Graf von Macon und Burgund|b. bt 958 - 959\nd. 21 Sep 1026|p337.htm#i5237|Ermentrude de Roucy|b. 958\nd. 5 Mar 1005|p332.htm#i4603|Richard II "le Bon", duc de Normandie|b. 962\nd. 28 Aug 1026|p337.htm#i5195|Judith de Bretagne|b. 982\nd. 1017|p335.htm#i5194|
FatherRenaud I, comte de Bourgogne b. circa 990, d. 4 September 1057
MotherAlix de Normandie b. 1003, d. after 1 July 1037
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Guillaume I "Tête hardie", comte de Bourgogne & de Vienne also went by the name of William I "the Great" of Burgundy. Also called Graf von Burgund Wilhelm I von Burgund German.2 Also called comte de palatin Bourgogne Guillaume II "le Grand" de Bourgogne.3 He was related to Pope Callistus II of the Roman Catholics; per Funk and Wagnalls, the fifth son of Count William of Burgundy.4 Guillaume I "Tête hardie", comte de Bourgogne & de Vienne was related to Pope Callistus II of the Roman Catholics; per the Catholic Encyclopedia, said to be the son of Count William of Burgundy, and both by his father's and mother's side was closely connected with nearly all the royal houses of Europe.5 Guillaume I "Tête hardie", comte de Bourgogne & de Vienne was the father of Pope Callistus II of the Roman Catholics; per a 1960 article by Szabolcs de Vajay, thought to be the son of Etiennette/Estefania/Stephanie, wife of William, Count of Burgundy.6 Guillaume I "Tête hardie", comte de Bourgogne & de Vienne was born circa 1024. 1040? He was the son of Renaud I, comte de Bourgogne and Alix de Normandie. Guillaume I "Tête hardie", comte de Bourgogne & de Vienne was the successor of Renaud I, comte de Bourgogne; Count of Burgundy. Guillaume I "Tête hardie", comte de Bourgogne & de Vienne married Etiennette de Barcelona in 1043.7 Count of Burgundy between 1057 and 1087. Guillaume I "Tête hardie", comte de Bourgogne & de Vienne was the predecessor of Raymond, comte de Bourgogne; Count of Burgundy. Guillaume I "Tête hardie", comte de Bourgogne & de Vienne died on 12 November 1087.8

Family

Etiennette de Barcelona b. circa 1030, d. between 1088 and 1092
Children

Citations

  1. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., VIII:411.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, der Balduine.
  3. [S1280] Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 987-1328, pg. 561.
  4. [S902] F&W.com, online http://www.funkandwagnalls.com/, under "CALLISTUS II".
  5. [S247] Transcribed by Joseph P. Thomas The Catholic Encyclopedia, under "Pope Callistus II".
  6. [S901] Todd A. Farmerie (e-mail address), Etiennette of Longwy - NOT!!!!
    In "Etiennette of Longwy - NOT!!!!
    ," newsgroup message 2001-04-25 23:30:18 PST, per a 1960 article appearing in Annales de Bourgogne by Szabolcs de Vajay.
  7. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., VIII:412.
  8. [S274] INRIA - Domaine de Voluceau - Rocquencourt, 04 NOV 1999.
  9. [S901] Todd A. Farmerie (e-mail address), Etiennette of Longwy - NOT!!!!
    In "Etiennette of Longwy - NOT!!!!
    ," newsgroup message 2001-04-25 23:30:18 PST, per a surviving contemporary source, but with new interpretation.
  10. [S438] Theroff's Royal Genealogies, online http://pages.prodigy.net/ptheroff/, savoy.wri, 1/21/00.
  11. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, XI:App. D, pg. 117.

Bertha de Savoie

b. 21 September 1051, d. 27 December 1087
Bertha de Savoie|b. 21 Sep 1051\nd. 27 Dec 1087|p352.htm#i6560|Odo, comte de Savoie|b. 1021\nd. 19 Feb 1059|p345.htm#i5656|Markgräfin von Turin, Herzogin von Schwaben Adelheid von Turin|b. c 1015\nd. 19 Dec 1091|p353.htm#i5657|Humbert I "the White Handed", comte de Savoie|b. 982\nd. c 1048|p342.htm#i5660|Anzilla von Lenzburg|b. 974|p48.htm#i5661|Manfred I. O., Markgraf von Turin|b. c 992?\nd. b 23 Dec 1035|p339.htm#i5658|Bertha von Luni|b. c 980?\nd. 29 Dec 1037|p340.htm#i5659|
FatherOdo, comte de Savoie1 b. 1021, d. 19 February 1059
MotherMarkgräfin von Turin, Herzogin von Schwaben Adelheid von Turin2 b. circa 1015, d. 19 December 1091
     Bertha de Savoie was daughter of Count Otto.1 Also called Bertha von Turin.3 She was related to Heinrich IV, Kaiser der Römisches Reich; the second son of Henry IV and his first wife, Bertha of Turin.4 Bertha de Savoie was born on 21 September 1051.5 She was the daughter of Odo, comte de Savoie and Markgräfin von Turin, Herzogin von Schwaben Adelheid von Turin.1,2 Bertha de Savoie married Heinrich IV, Kaiser der Römisches Reich, son of Heinrich III "der Schwarze", Kaiser der Römisches Reich and Agnès, Kaiserin der Römisches Reich, on 13 July 1066; His 1st.6,7,8,1 Annales Mellicensis 1067: "Heinricus imperator Berihtam, filiam Ottonis comitus duxit uxorem."1 Bertha de Savoie died on 27 December 1087 at age 36 years, 3 months and 6 days.9

Family

Heinrich IV, Kaiser der Römisches Reich b. 11 November 1050, d. 7 August 1106
Children

Citations

  1. [S1188] Various MGH, Vol 9, pg. 499.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 93-32.
  3. [S1039] Manfred Höfer, Kaiser und Könige, pg. 69.
  4. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, "Henry V".
  5. [S667] Gastel Family Database, online http://worldroots.com/go?/gastel/gasindex.html, 15..
  6. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 432-433, genealogy table 12, the Saxon and Franconian Dynasties.
  7. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Markgrafen von Turin, 13.7.1066.
  8. [S667] Gastel Family Database, online http://worldroots.com/go?/gastel/gasindex.html, 14-15..
  9. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Markgrafen von Turin, 27.12.1087.

Oda von Goseck1

b. circa 1025, d. circa 1088
Oda von Goseck|b. c 1025\nd. c 1088|p352.htm#i8596|Graf von Wettin-Goseck, Pfalzgraf von Sachsen Friedrich I von Wettin|b. b 982\nd. b 1042|p341.htm#i8611|Agnes von Weimar|b. c 980|p65.htm#i8612|Graf vom Hassegau Burchard von Wettin|b. a 946\nd. 13 Jul 982|p328.htm#i8614||||Wilhelm II "der Große", Graf von Weimar|b. c 950\nd. 24 Dec 1003|p332.htm#i8613||||
FatherGraf von Wettin-Goseck, Pfalzgraf von Sachsen Friedrich I von Wettin b. before 982, d. before 1042
MotherAgnes von Weimar b. circa 980
     Oda von Goseck was born circa 1025. She was the daughter of Graf von Wettin-Goseck, Pfalzgraf von Sachsen Friedrich I von Wettin and Agnes von Weimar. Oda von Goseck married Adalbert Seveke, Graf von Sommerschenburg, son of Lothar V von Sommerschenburg, in 1059. Oda von Goseck died circa 1088.

Family

Adalbert Seveke, Graf von Sommerschenburg b. circa 1034
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 17-33.

Madog ap Bleddyn, Prince of Powys

b. circa 1044, d. circa 1088
Madog ap Bleddyn, Prince of Powys|b. c 1044\nd. c 1088|p352.htm#i12510|Bleddyn ap Cynfyn, Brenin Gwynedd a Powys|b. c 1025\nd. 1075|p349.htm#i7983||||Cynfyn a. G. o Powys|b. c 1002|p95.htm#i11767|Angharad v. M. o Deheubarth|b. 982|p59.htm#i7153|||||||
FatherBleddyn ap Cynfyn, Brenin Gwynedd a Powys b. circa 1025, d. 1075
     Madog ap Bleddyn, Prince of Powys was born circa 1044. He was the son of Bleddyn ap Cynfyn, Brenin Gwynedd a Powys. Prince of Powys at Wales between 1075 and 1088. Madog ap Bleddyn, Prince of Powys died circa 1088.

Basileios Kamateros

b. 1040, d. 1088
     Basileios Kamateros was born in 1040. He died in 1088 at age 48 years.

Family

Child

Caesar John Doukas1

b. 1012, d. 1088
Caesar John Doukas|b. 1012\nd. 1088|p352.htm#i5624|Andronikos Doukas|b. c 950\nd. 1029|p337.htm#i5626||||Gregoras Doukas|b. b 913|p76.htm#i9910||||||||||
FatherAndronikos Doukas2 b. circa 950, d. 1029
     Caesar John Doukas was born in 1012. He was the son of Andronikos Doukas.2 Caesar John Doukas married Eirene Pegonitissa, daughter of Niketas Pegonites, before 1036.2 Caesar circa 1059. Caesar John Doukas was the pretender to the Imperial Throne in 1059. He was again pretender to the throne in 1073. He was bribed the German mercenaries guarding the gates of the city to permit entry to his grandson-in-law Alexius and his troops on 1 April 1081 at Constantinople, Byzantium. He was a witness where Alexios I Komnenos, basileus Rhomaiôn seized the Byzantine throne from Nicephorus III with the support of his brother Isaac and his mother, the formidable Anna Dalassena, and with that of the powerful Ducas family, in particular the Caesar John Ducas, grandfather of his wife, on 4 April 1081 at Constantinople, Byzantium.3 Caesar John Doukas died in 1088 at age 76 years.

Family

Eirene Pegonitissa b. 1012, d. circa 1060
Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 215-34.
  2. [S25] J. M. Hussey, Cambridge Medieval History, Vol 4, Part 1, pg. 793.
  3. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Alexius I Comnenus (Byz. emp.) .
  4. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 536, genealogy table 15, (a) the House of Ducas and Comnenus..

Robert de Stafford1

b. circa 1035?, d. 1088
Robert de Stafford|b. c 1035?\nd. 1088|p352.htm#i18677|seigneur de Tosni et Conches Roger de Tosny I|b. c 990\nd. 1038/39|p340.htm#i18675|Godeheut (?)||p221.htm#i25412|seigneur de Tosni et Conches Ralph de Tosny II|b. c 965?|p213.htm#i24085||||||||||
Fatherseigneur de Tosni et Conches Roger de Tosny I2 b. circa 990, d. 1038/39
MotherGodeheut (?)
     Said to have married Avice de Clare, but no such person can be traced.1 Robert de Stafford was born circa 1035?. The younger brother. He was the son of seigneur de Tosni et Conches Roger de Tosny I and Godeheut (?).2 Robert de Stafford was one of the greater tenants-in-chief in 1086.1 He died in 1088.1 Robert de Stafford was buried in Evesham Abbey.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, XII/1:168.
  2. [S643] E.Domesday, online http://www.domesdaybook.co.uk/book.html

Etiennette de Barcelona1

b. circa 1030, d. between 1088 and 1092
     Etiennette de Barcelona was per new research, probably not the daughter of Adalbert of Longwy, but having instead a kinship (but not too close) to the Counts of Barcelona.2 Also called Étiennette de Longwy.3 Also called Stephanie. She was the mother of Pope Callistus II of the Roman Catholics; per a 1960 article by Szabolcs de Vajay, thought to be the son of Etiennette/Estefania/Stephanie, wife of William, Count of Burgundy.4 Etiennette de Barcelona was born circa 1030.5 She married Guillaume I "Tête hardie", comte de Bourgogne & de Vienne, son of Renaud I, comte de Bourgogne and Alix de Normandie, in 1043.1 Etiennette de Barcelona died between 1088 and 1092.

Family

Guillaume I "Tête hardie", comte de Bourgogne & de Vienne b. circa 1024, d. 12 November 1087
Children

Citations

  1. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., VIII:412.
  2. [S901] Todd A. Farmerie (e-mail address), Etiennette of Longwy - NOT!!!!
    In "Etiennette of Longwy - NOT!!!!
    ," newsgroup message 2001-04-25 23:30:18 PST.
  3. [S1280] Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 987-1328, pg. 561.
  4. [S901] Todd A. Farmerie (e-mail address), Etiennette of Longwy - NOT!!!!
    In "Etiennette of Longwy - NOT!!!!
    ," newsgroup message 2001-04-25 23:30:18 PST, per a 1960 article appearing in Annales de Bourgogne by Szabolcs de Vajay.
  5. [S274] INRIA - Domaine de Voluceau - Rocquencourt, 04 NOV 1999.
  6. [S901] Todd A. Farmerie (e-mail address), Etiennette of Longwy - NOT!!!!
    In "Etiennette of Longwy - NOT!!!!
    ," newsgroup message 2001-04-25 23:30:18 PST, per a surviving contemporary source, but with new interpretation.
  7. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., VIII:411.

Gislebert I de Gand, seigneur de Folquingham1

b. circa 1040, d. between 1088 and 1100
Gislebert I de Gand, seigneur de Folquingham|b. c 1040\nd. bt 1088 - 1100|p352.htm#i18750|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'Alost2,3,4 b. circa 1005, d. between 1052 and 1056
MotherGisela von Lothringen2,4 b. circa 1000, d. 21 May
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Gislebert I de Gand, seigneur de Folquingham was per Burke's Dormant, son of Baldwin, Earl of Flanders, and the nephew of Maud, the wife of William the Conqueror (which is incorrect).5 Gilbert's name appears to have come from his mother's family -- her older brother was Gilbert count of Luxembourg (1047-59), and she had a paternal uncle also named Gilbert.2 He was said to have been second son of Ralph de Gant, lord of Alost.3 He was per Phair, his parents very probably Ralph, lord of Alost (Aalst in Flemish), and Gisele, daughter of Frederick count of Luxembourg.6,7 Also called 1st Earl of Lincoln Gilbert de Gant.5 He was a witness where Baldwin fitz Gilbert, lord of Bourne jure uxoris uncle of Gilbert de Gant, 1st Earl of Lincoln of that family.8 Gislebert I de Gand, seigneur de Folquingham was born circa 1040.2 He was the son of Raoul de Gand, seigneur d'Alost and Gisela von Lothringen.2,3,4 Gislebert I de Gand, seigneur de Folquingham said to have accompanied his uncle, William the Conqueror, into England, and participated in the triumph of Hastings, and obtained a grant of the lands of a Danish proprietor, named Tour, with many other holdings, but is not recorded as being at Hastings on 14 October 1066.9,10 He was in England when he and William Malet unsuccessfully defended York castle against the Danish invasion and local rebellion in 1069.11 He married Alice de Montfort-sur-Risle, daughter of Hugh II, comte de Montfort sur Risle and Alice de Beauffou.12 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.13 He died between 1088 and 1100. He died in the reign of William Rufus.14,15

Family

Alice de Montfort-sur-Risle
Children

Citations

  1. [S1346] Andre du Chesne-Tour____, A. du Chesne, pg. 148.
  2. [S867] Raymond W. Phair, "Phair on Gilbert de Gant".
  3. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VII:672, footnote (b).
  4. [S1346] Andre du Chesne-Tour____, A. du Chesne, pg. 112.
  5. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 423.
  6. [S867] Raymond W. Phair, "Phair on Gilbert de Gant", The identification of Gilbert's father as Ralph of Alost first appeared in A. Duchesne, Histoire genealogique des maisons ... de Gand, ..., 1631..
  7. [S682] D.S.O. Lt.-Col. W. H. Turton, Turton, pg. 88.
  8. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 563.
  9. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 227 - says he did.
  10. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, XII/1, App. L, pg. 47-48 - does not say he did.
  11. [S867] Raymond W. Phair, "Phair on Gilbert de Gant", per [Sherman; EYC 2:432; CP 6:672n; P. Dalton, Conquest, anarchy and lordship, 1994, p.11].
  12. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 596.
  13. [S867] Raymond W. Phair, "Phair on Gilbert de Gant", per the Watten abbey chronicle.
  14. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 227.
  15. [S867] Raymond W. Phair, "Phair on Gilbert de Gant", "d. ca. 1095".
  16. [S305] John S. Wurts, Magna Charta, pg. 426.
  17. [S305] John S. Wurts, Magna Charta, pg. 186.
  18. [S1346] Andre du Chesne-Tour____, A. du Chesne, pg. 149.
  19. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 227, 423.

Salamon, Király Magyarország1

b. 1052, d. 1087/88
Salamon, Király Magyarország|b. 1052\nd. 1087/88|p352.htm#i12556|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|Vászoly, Herceg of Northern Hungary|b. b 976\nd. 1037|p339.htm#i8302|Katun Kometopoulos|b. c 980\nd. 6 Oct 1014|p334.htm#i8896|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|
FatherAndrás I, Király Magyarország2,1 b. circa 1014, d. 1061
MotherAnastasia Yaroslavna Agmunda, Princess of Kiev2,1 b. after 1020, d. after 1064
      Salamon, Király Magyarország was born in 1052.2 He was married as an infant to the Emperor Henry III's child daughter, Judith between 1052 and 1059.3 He was the son of András I, Király Magyarország and Anastasia Yaroslavna Agmunda, Princess of Kiev.2,1 Salamon, Király Magyarország was a witness where András I, Király Magyarország ruled peacefully until he tried to secure the succession for his seven-year-old son, Salamon, whom he had married as an infant to the Emperor Henry III's child daughter, Judith circa 1059.3 Salamon, Király Magyarország was crowned by his father circa 1060.3 He took refuge with his father-in-law Henry III after his uncle Béla usurped the throne in 1061.3 He was at first accepted as the successor of Béla, the lawful king, by Béla's sons Géza and Ladislas in 1063.3 He succeeded his uncle, Bela I, to the throne of Hungary in 1063. King of Hungary between 1063 and 1074.4,2,1 He married Judith-Maria von Franken, daughter of Heinrich III "der Schwarze", Kaiser der Römisches Reich and Agnès, Kaiserin der Römisches Reich, between 1065 and 1066; Her 1st.5,2,3,6 Salamon, Király Magyarország was deposed by his cousins Géza and Ladislas,with Géza taking the crown in 1074.1 He died in 1087/88 at age 36 years. Killed in battle.2,1

Family

Judith-Maria von Franken b. 1054, d. 14 March
Child

Citations

  1. [S657] Royalty Wall Chart; unknown repository.
  2. [S438] Theroff's Royal Genealogies, online http://pages.prodigy.net/ptheroff/, arpad.txt 4/15/99.
  3. [S944] C. A. Macartney, Hungary: A Short History, Chap. 2.
  4. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html
  5. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 432-433, genealogy table 12, the Saxon and Franconian Dynasties.
  6. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Salier.

Guillaume I de Varennes, 1st Earl of Surrey

b. circa 1036, d. 24 June 1088
Guillaume I de Varennes, 1st Earl of Surrey|b. c 1036\nd. 24 Jun 1088|p352.htm#i6733|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
     Also called William I de Warenne.1,2 Guillaume I de Varennes, 1st Earl of Surrey was born circa 1036 at Bellencombe, France. RFC says 1055. But this won't work for me. It's makes his mother and father rather old in a harsh time, and he did accompany William the Conqueror to England. Too, his mother being the daughter of Herbastus, the brother of Gunnor of Normandy, William the Conqueror's mother, William's mother is older still. He was the son of Ranulph I de Varennes and Beatrice of Rouen. Guillaume I de Varennes, 1st Earl of Surrey was a witness where 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 1054.3 Guillaume I de Varennes, 1st Earl of Surrey married Gundred of Flanders, daughter of Gherbod of Flanders, before 1065; His 1st.4,5 William of Normandy invades and takes England. On 14 October 1066 at the Battle of Hastings, England.6 Guillaume I de Varennes, 1st Earl of Surrey was recorded by William of Poitiers, he is the 11th of 20 men known with certainty to have fought with William the Conqueror on 14 October 1066 at the Battle of Hastings, England.6 He was joined as "Ricardus de Benefacta," or Richard FitzGilbert de Clare, in the great office of Justiciary of England in 1073 at 6 William I.7 Justiciar of England in 1073.7 He was a witness where Richard fitz Gilbert, Justiciar of England joined, as "Ricardus de Benefacta," William de Warren in the great office of Justiciary of England in 1073 at 6 William I.7,8 Guillaume I de Varennes, 1st Earl of Surrey was in arms with Richard FitzGilbert (de Clare) against the rebellious lords, Robert de Britolio, Earl of Hereford, and Ralph Waher, or Guader, Earl of Norfolk and Suffolk, in 1076.7 He was a witness where Richard fitz Gilbert, Justiciar of England in arms with William de Warenne against the rebellious lords, Robert de Britolio, Earl of Hereford, and Ralph Waher, or Guader, Earl of Norfolk and Suffolk, and behaved with great gallantry in 1076.7 Earl of Surrey at William II, England, after 26 September 1087.5 Guillaume I de Varennes, 1st Earl of Surrey left a will in 1088; William of Warenne, when dying, made his two sons his heirs by the king's decree, William in England and Reynold in Flanders. ... "Willemus autem de Warennia apud obsidionem Peveneselli sagitta in crure valde vulneratus, Leuwias cum omnium mœrore deportatus est. Cumque sibi mortem imminere videret, duos filios suos juxta regis decretum hæredes fecit, Willelmum videlicet in Anglia et Reginaldum in Flandria, et sic in pace quievit in Domino, cujus corpus a beato patre Lanzone et tota congregatione Sancti Pancratii debito honore est susceptum, et infra claustra monasterii juxta conjugem ante annos defunctam tumulatum."9 He was a witness where Guillaume II de Varennes, 2nd Earl of Surrey heir to his father, by the king's decree, to the estates in England in 1088.5 Guillaume I de Varennes, 1st Earl of Surrey was a witness where Reinaud de Warenne heir to his father, by the king's decree, to the estates in Flanders in 1088.5 Guillaume I de Varennes, 1st Earl of Surrey died on 24 June 1088 at Lewes, Surrey, England.

Family

Gundred of Flanders b. circa 1045, d. 27 May 1085
Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 135-30.
  2. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 492.
  3. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 601-602.
  4. [S674] Family Trees, A&E Family Forest.
  5. [S864] Gerbod and Gundred: documents, online http://www.cgp100.dabsol.co.uk/gundred/gundocs.htm
  6. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, XII/1, App. L, pg. 47-48.
  7. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 118.
  8. [S305] John S. Wurts, Magna Charta.
  9. [S864] Gerbod and Gundred: documents, online http://www.cgp100.dabsol.co.uk/gundred/gundocs.htm, per Liber Monasterii de Hyda, p.299 (Rolls Series 45; London, 1866)..
  10. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, IX:369.

Gegenkönig Hermann I von Salm1

b. circa 1040, d. 8 September 1088
Gegenkönig Hermann I von Salm|b. c 1040\nd. 8 Sep 1088|p352.htm#i22044|Giselbert, Graf von Luxemburg|b. c 1005\nd. 14 Aug|p284.htm#i8511|N. N. (?)||p196.htm#i22039|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|||||||
FatherGiselbert, Graf von Luxemburg1 b. circa 1005, d. 14 August
MotherN. N. (?)1
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Gegenkönig Hermann I von Salm was the younger son of Grafen Giselbert von Luxemburg.1 He was born circa 1040.1 He was the son of Giselbert, Graf von Luxemburg and N. N. (?).1 Gegenkönig Hermann I von Salm married Sophia (?) circa 1065.1 Graf von Salm.1 King of Germany between 1081 and 1088.1 Gegenkönig Hermann I von Salm was the predecessor of Konrad, Herzog von Nieder-Lothringen; King of Germany. Gegenkönig Hermann I von Salm died on 8 September 1088 at Burg Kochem.1 Gegenkönig Hermann I von Salm was buried in Metz.1

Family

Sophia (?) b. circa 1045
Children

Citations

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

Amauri II "the Strong", 3rd seigneur de Montfort1

b. 1056?, d. circa 1089
Amauri II "the Strong", 3rd seigneur de Montfort|b. 1056?\nd. c 1089|p352.htm#i24144|Simon I, seigneur de Montfort|b. 1025\nd. 1087|p352.htm#i5258|Isabeau de Broyes, dame de Nogent|b. c 1033?|p214.htm#i24141|Amauri I., 1st seigneur de Montfort|b. 993\nd. c 1053|p343.htm#i5260|Bertrade (?)|b. 995|p45.htm#i5261|Hugh Bardoul, seigneur de Brozes|b. c 1003?|p214.htm#i24142||||
FatherSimon I, seigneur de Montfort2 b. 1025, d. 1087
MotherIsabeau de Broyes, dame de Nogent2 b. circa 1033?
     Amauri II "the Strong", 3rd seigneur de Montfort was son of Simon by his first wife.1 He was the successor of Simon I, seigneur de Montfort; 2nd Seigneur of Montfort.2 Amauri II "the Strong", 3rd seigneur de Montfort was born in 1056? At Montfort, Yvelines, Île-de-France, France. He was the son of Simon I, seigneur de Montfort and Isabeau de Broyes, dame de Nogent.2 Amauri II "the Strong", 3rd seigneur de Montfort was a witness where Simon I, seigneur de Montfort attested, with his son Amauri, another charter of Philip confirming the gift to St. Magloire by "quidam miles de castro qui Montefortis vocatur Symon nomine" of the churches of St. Peter and St. Laurence situate "in eodem castro" as "S. Simonis de castro Montefortis ... S. Almarici Simonis filii" in 1072.2 Amauri II "the Strong", 3rd seigneur de Montfort joined his father in attesting a charter of Philip I in 1072.1 3rd Seigneur of Montfort at France between 1087 and 1089.1 He died circa 1089. He was mortally wounded in a combat with two knights when invading the lands of William de Bréteuil. d.s.p.1 He was a witness where William de Bréteuil killed Amauri II, Seigneur of Montfort, who had attacked his lands in 1089.1 Amauri II "the Strong", 3rd seigneur de Montfort was the predecessor of Richard, 4th seigneur de Montfort; 4th Seigneur de Montfort.1

Citations

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

Guy I, seigneur de Châtillon1

b. circa 1013, d. 1089
Guy I, seigneur de Châtillon|b. c 1013\nd. 1089|p352.htm#i9117|Miles, seigneur de Châtillon|b. c 983\nd. 1044|p341.htm#i9120|N. N.|b. c 988\nd. 1031|p338.htm#i9121|Hervé, sire de Châtillon-sur-Marne|b. 922\nd. 999|p331.htm#i9123|Gisèle de Cambrai|b. 951\nd. 1001|p331.htm#i9124|||||||
FatherMiles, seigneur de Châtillon1 b. circa 983, d. 1044
MotherN. N.1 b. circa 988, d. 1031
     Seigneur de Châtillon-sur-Marne.1 Guy I, seigneur de Châtillon was born circa 1013. He was the son of Miles, seigneur de Châtillon and N. N..1 Guy I, seigneur de Châtillon married Ermengarde de Choisy, daughter of N. N. de Choisy, in 1034.2 Guy I, seigneur de Châtillon died in 1089.2

Family

Ermengarde de Choisy b. circa 1014
Child

Citations

  1. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., VI:91.
  2. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/, Chatillon.
  3. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., VI:92.

Giorgi II Kuropalati, King of Georgia1

b. circa 1039?, d. 1089
Giorgi II Kuropalati, King of Georgia|b. c 1039?\nd. 1089|p352.htm#i22926|Bagrat IV, King of K'art'li and Ap'xazet'i|b. c 1018\nd. 24 Nov 1072|p348.htm#i18193|Borena, Princess of the Ossetians||p203.htm#i22933|Giorgi I., King of the Ap'xaz and of the K'art'velians|b. c 1002\nd. 16 Aug 1027|p337.htm#i22930|Mariam, Dowager Queen of Georgia|b. c 985?|p203.htm#i22932|, Kundajiq of the Ossetians||p203.htm#i22934||||
FatherBagrat IV, King of K'art'li and Ap'xazet'i2,3 b. circa 1018, d. 24 November 1072
MotherBorena, Princess of the Ossetians4
     Giorgi II Kuropalati, King of Georgia was son of Borena, sister of Dorgoleli, King of the Ossetes.4 He was the successor of Bagrat IV, King of K'art'li and Ap'xazet'i; 53rd King of Kartli and Apxazeti.5,2,6 Giorgi II Kuropalati, King of Georgia was born circa 1039?.7 He was the son of Bagrat IV, King of K'art'li and Ap'xazet'i and Borena, Princess of the Ossetians.2,3,4 Giorgi II Kuropalati, King of Georgia was created curopalates circa 1060.8 He married Helena Bagratuni, daughter of Gagik II of Ani, Shahanshah of Armenia and N. N. Arcruni, before 1070.9 Giorgi II Kuropalati, King of Georgia was forced to pay annual tribute to the Sultan.10 54th King of Georgia at Transcaucasia between 1072 and 1089.2,11 He remained at peace "for a winter, summer, and half a summer" before the tavadis of the kingdom, Niania Kvabulisdze and Ivane Liparitisdze, and Vardan, eristavi of Svanteli, took adavantage of his youth and "sowed discord in the land" circa 1074.12 He died in 1089.9 He was the predecessor of Davit' II Agmashenebeli, King of Georgia; King of Georgia.2,13

Family

Helena Bagratuni b. circa 1050?
Child

Citations

  1. [S1029] Georgian Onomastics, online http://bertrand.carcosa.net/~jmcbray/mirrors/www.flick.com/…
  2. [S1027] History of Georgia, online http://www.parliament.ge/GENERAL/HISTORY/History.htm, Chapter 4.
  3. [S1037] DFA (Bagrat), online http://www.ut.ee/~votan/articles/bagrat.htm
    .
  4. [S1186] Robert W. Thomson (translator), The Georgian Chronicle, pg. 305.
  5. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html
  6. [S1186] Robert W. Thomson (translator), The Georgian Chronicle, pg. 286, 380, 1027-72.
  7. [S1186] Robert W. Thomson (translator), The Georgian Chronicle, pg. 306, which says by 1054.
  8. [S1186] Robert W. Thomson (translator), The Georgian Chronicle, pg. 304, footnote 44.
  9. [S1034] Prinke, online http://www.bkpan.poznan.pl/JW70/kata.htm
  10. [S1183] About Georgia, online http://members.tripod.com/ggdavid/georgia/history.htm
  11. [S1186] Robert W. Thomson (translator), The Georgian Chronicle, pg. ---, 380, 1072-89.
  12. [S1242] George B. Hewitt, Lordkipanidze: Georgia 11th-12th C, pg. 53.
  13. [S1136] Robert Bedrosian, "Bedrosian: Turco-Mongol Invasions", App. A.

Henry de Ferrers1

b. circa 1040, d. after 1089
     Henry de Ferrers was born circa 1040.1 He married Berta (?) circa 1070.1 Henry de Ferrers and Berta (?) founded and richly endowed the Priory of Tutbury "by the concession and authority of William the younger (Rufus), King of the English" in 1089.1 Henry de Ferrers died after 1089.1

Family

Berta (?) b. circa 1045
Children

Citations

  1. [S209] Somerset Herald J.R. Planché, Planché, J.R..
  2. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 54.

Gisulph II, Prince of Salerno1

b. circa 1040, d. after 1089
Gisulph II, Prince of Salerno|b. c 1040\nd. a 1089|p352.htm#i18240|Gaimar V, Duke of Salerno|b. a 1010\nd. 3 Jun 1052|p343.htm#i7520|Porpora of Tabellaria|b. c 1010|p2.htm#i7521|Guaimar I., Prince of Salerno|b. c 980\nd. Mar 1027|p337.htm#i7522|Gaitelgrima of the Longobardi|b. c 990\nd. 1027|p337.htm#i7523|Laidolfo of Tabellaria|b. c 980|p143.htm#i16316|Aldara of San Massimo|b. c 990|p143.htm#i16317|
FatherGaimar V, Duke of Salerno1 b. after 1010, d. 3 June 1052
MotherPorpora of Tabellaria1 b. circa 1010
     Gisulph II, Prince of Salerno was related to Sichelgaita of Salerno; the sister of the Lombard prince Gisulf II of Salerno and daughter of Gaimar V.2,3,4 Gisulph II, Prince of Salerno was the son of Gaimar V.3 He was the last important Lombard ruler to oppose the Norman conquest of southern Italy.3 Also called Gisulfo Italian.3 He was born circa 1040.3 He was the son of Gaimar V, Duke of Salerno and Porpora of Tabellaria.1 Gisulph II, Prince of Salerno was held captive by his father's assassins, and rescued with the aid of Norman knights, the de Hauteville brothers, who were rewarded by recognition of their territorial acquisitions in 1052.3 Prince of Salerno between 1052 and December 1076.1 He witnessed the marriage of Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia and Sichelgaita of Salerno in 1058 at Melfi, Potenza, Basilicata, Italy; His 2nd (divorced).1,5,6,7,3,4 Gisulph II, Prince of Salerno effected an uneasy reconciliation with the Norman lord Robert Guiscard after Robert had married his sister in 1058.3 He went to Constantinople to negotiate with the Byzantine emperor, Constantine X, to stave off the growing Norman threat, to form an anti-Norman league in 1062.3 He was a witness where Richard I Quarrel of Aversa an insurrection against Robert Guiscard, then in Sicily, in 1072 at Italy.3 Gisulph II, Prince of Salerno joined the Norman leader Richard of Aversa in an insurrection against Robert Guiscard, who was occupied in Sicily, in 1072.3 He was a witness where Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia reponded to the city of Amalfi's plea for help, against Gisulf of Salerno, and successfully defended the city in 1073. 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.1 He was a witness where Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia took Salerno from Gisulf and made it the capital of his duchy in December 1076.1 Gisulph II, Prince of Salerno held out in the citadel against the Normans, who had otherwise taken the city, in May 1077 at Salerno, Italy.3 He was acclaimed by the Amalfi, who'd risen up against the Normans, as their Doge in 1088.3 He died after 1089.3

Citations

  1. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  2. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Roger (duke of Apulia).
  3. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Gisulph II (prince of Salerno).
  4. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Hauteville, Herzöge von Apulien.
  5. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 296-32.
  6. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 510, genealogy table 14, the Normans and Hohenstaufen in South Italy and Sicily.
  7. [S659] John Julius Norwich, Norwich - Normans, Gen Chart, the House of Hauteville, pg. 332-333.

Otto, Bischof von Regensburg1

b. circa 1033, d. 6 July 1089
Otto, Bischof von Regensburg|b. c 1033\nd. 6 Jul 1089|p352.htm#i22065|Ruprecht, Burggraf von Regensburg|b. c 970\nd. 13 Dec|p284.htm#i22060|N. N. von Schweinfurt|b. c 1009|p196.htm#i22061|Babo I., Burggraf von Regensburg|b. c 940\nd. 6 Mar 1001/2|p332.htm#i22066|Mathilde von Formbach|b. c 955?|p195.htm#i25276|Heinrich I., Markgraf im bayerischen Nordgau|b. 975\nd. 18 Sep 1017|p335.htm#i5360|Gerberge von Henneberg, Markgräfin im bayerischen Nordgau|b. bt 985 - 988\nd. c 1036|p339.htm#i8533|
FatherRuprecht, Burggraf von Regensburg1 b. circa 970, d. 13 December
MotherN. N. von Schweinfurt1 b. circa 1009
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Otto, Bischof von Regensburg was born circa 1033. He was the son of Ruprecht, Burggraf von Regensburg and N. N. von Schweinfurt.1 Bishop of Regensburg at Bavaria between 1061 and 1089.1 Otto, Bischof von Regensburg died on 6 July 1089.1

Citations

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

Renaud II, comte de Nevers1,2

b. 1046, d. 5 August 1089
Renaud II, comte de Nevers|b. 1046\nd. 5 Aug 1089|p352.htm#i5672|Guillaume I, comte de Nevers|b. 1030\nd. 20 Jun 1100|p355.htm#i7727|Ermengarde, comtesse de Tonnerre|b. c 1026\nd. a 1090|p352.htm#i7728|Renaud I., comte de Nevers|b. b 1000\nd. 29 May 1040|p340.htm#i7731|Adele de France|b. 1003\nd. a 1063|p346.htm#i7730|Renaud I., comte de Tonnerre|b. c 980\nd. 16 Jul 1039|p340.htm#i7729|Ervide (?)|b. c 1001|p83.htm#i10720|
FatherGuillaume I, comte de Nevers3 b. 1030, d. 20 June 1100
MotherErmengarde, comtesse de Tonnerre3 b. circa 1026, d. after 1090
     Renaud II, comte de Nevers was born in 1046.3 He was the son of Guillaume I, comte de Nevers and Ermengarde, comtesse de Tonnerre.3 Renaud II, comte de Nevers married Ide Raymonde, comtesse de Forez, daughter of Artaud V, comte de Lyon & de Forest and N. N. (?), before 1073; His 1st. Her 1st.4 Renaud II, comte de Nevers married Agnès de Beaugency, daughter of Lancelin II, seigneur de Beaugency and Adelberge (?), circa 1076; His 2nd.3 Renaud II, comte de Nevers died on 5 August 1089 at age 43 years.3

Family 1

Ide Raymonde, comtesse de Forez b. 1065
Child

Family 2

Agnès de Beaugency b. circa 1056
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., 107-22.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 232-31.
  3. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  4. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 317-31.
  5. [S735] Peter Townend, B:P, 103rd, pg. 722.
  6. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, IV:317.
  7. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., III:198.

Thibaut III, comte de Blois, Chartres, et Champagne1,2

b. circa 1010, d. 30 September 1089
Thibaut III, comte de Blois, Chartres, et Champagne|b. c 1010\nd. 30 Sep 1089|p352.htm#i5798|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 Champagne3 b. between 983 and 990, d. 1037
MotherErmengarde d' Auvergne3 b. circa 995, d. 10 March 1040
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Thibaut III, comte de Blois, Chartres, et Champagne was born circa 1010.3 He was the son of Eudes II, comte de Blois, Chartres, Troyes, et Champagne and Ermengarde d' Auvergne.3 Count of Blois and Chartres at France between 1037 and 1089. Thibaut III, comte de Blois, Chartres, et Champagne married Ersende du Maine, daughter of Heribert I "Eveillechien", comte du Maine, before 1045; His 1st. Thibaut III, comte de Blois, Chartres, et Champagne was the successor of Eudes II, comte de Champagne; Count of Champagne. Thibaut III, comte de Blois, Chartres, et Champagne and Ersende du Maine were divorced in 1049. Thibaut III, comte de Blois, Chartres, et Champagne married Gundrada (?) in 1055; His 2nd.4 Count of Champagne at France between 1063 and 1089. Thibaut III, comte de Blois, Chartres, et Champagne married Adelaide de Valois, daughter of comte de Valois Raoul III de Valois and comtesse de Bar-sur-Aube Aelis de Bar-sur-Aube, in 1069; His 3rd.5,4 Thibaut III, comte de Blois, Chartres, et Champagne died on 30 September 1089 at Epernay. He was the predecessor of Étienne II, comte de Blois; Count of Blois and Chartres.

Family 1

Ersende du Maine b. circa 1012
Child

Family 2

Gundrada (?) b. circa 1020

Family 3

Adelaide de Valois b. circa 1030, d. between 12 April 1093 and 1100
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., 137-22.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 133-32.
  3. [S1146] Pas on Raoul III de Valois, online http://worldroots.clicktron.com/brigitte/famous/r/…+1074.htm.
  4. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/, comte de Blois & de Champagne.
  5. [S1146] Pas on Raoul III de Valois, online http://worldroots.clicktron.com/brigitte/famous/r/…+1074.htm, before 1061.

Berthold I von Schwarzenburg1,2

b. circa 1028, d. circa 1090
Berthold I von Schwarzenburg|b. c 1028\nd. c 1090|p352.htm#i9745|Friedrich II, Graf an der Sempt, von Dießen, Domvogt von Regensburg|b. a 1010\nd. 30 Jun 1075|p349.htm#i8856|Irmgard von Gilching|b. c 1008|p67.htm#i8855|Friedrich I., Graf von Dießen|b. a 980\nd. 24 Jan 1030|p338.htm#i9008|Hemma von Öhningen|b. c 985|p68.htm#i9009|Arnulf I., Graf an der Mangfall|b. c 987|p67.htm#i8859|Irmgard (?)|b. c 1015|p67.htm#i8860|
FatherFriedrich II, Graf an der Sempt, von Dießen, Domvogt von Regensburg b. after 1010, d. 30 June 1075
MotherIrmgard von Gilching b. circa 1008
     Berthold I von Schwarzenburg was born circa 1028. He was the son of Friedrich II, Graf an der Sempt, von Dießen, Domvogt von Regensburg and Irmgard von Gilching. Berthold I von Schwarzenburg married Richgardis von Spanheim, daughter of Engelbert I "der Ältere" von Spanheim, Markgraf von Istrien and Hedwig von Sachsen, circa 1074; Her 1st.2 Berthold I von Schwarzenburg died circa 1090.3 He died circa 1090.

Family

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

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 388-33 (2nd ed.).
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Grafen Von Wasserburg.
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Spanheimer.

Graf von Berg Adolf II von Berg

d. circa 1090
     Graf von Berg Adolf II von Berg married Adelaide von Lauffen, daughter of Heinrich II, Graf von Lauffen and Ida, Gräfin von Lauffen; Her 1st.1 Graf von Berg Adolf II von Berg died circa 1090.

Family

Adelaide von Lauffen b. circa 1070?, d. after 1120

Citations

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

Adelheid, Gräfin von Reichenhall und Formbach1

b. circa 1050, d. circa 1090
Adelheid, Gräfin von Reichenhall und Formbach|b. c 1050\nd. c 1090|p352.htm#i21807|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
     Adelheid, Gräfin von Reichenhall und Formbach was related to Gebhard I, Graf von Dießen; the oldest son of Grafen Arnulf von Diessen-Wasserburg and Adelheid von Sulzbach, daughter of Graf Gebhard I.1 Adelheid, Gräfin von Reichenhall und Formbach was the daughter of Grafen Gebhard I von Sulzbach and via an unnamed mother, granddaughter of Graf Berengar.1 She married Arnulf, Graf von Dießen und Reichenhall, son of Friedrich II, Graf an der Sempt, von Dießen, Domvogt von Regensburg and Irmgard von Gilching; Her 2nd.1 Adelheid, Gräfin von Reichenhall und Formbach was born circa 1050. She was the daughter of Gebhard I, Graf von Sulzbach and N. N. von Nordgau.1 Adelheid, Gräfin von Reichenhall und Formbach married Heinrich II, Vogt von St. Nikolaus in Passau, Graf von Formbach, son of Bruno, Graf von Formbach, Graf im Künziggau; Her 1st.1,2 Adelheid, Gräfin von Reichenhall und Formbach died circa 1090.3

Family 1

Arnulf, Graf von Dießen und Reichenhall d. circa 8 February 1095
Children

Family 2

Heinrich II, Vogt von St. Nikolaus in Passau, Graf von Formbach b. circa 1040?, d. after 6 November 1108
Child

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Grafen Von Wasserburg.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen von Formbach.
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Grafen von Wasserburg, c 1090.
  4. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Grafen von Wasserburg, 2.11.1096.

Graf im Pustertal Engelbert von Pustertal1

d. circa 1090
Graf im Pustertal Engelbert von Pustertal|d. c 1090|p352.htm#i22105|Graf im Puster-, Nori- und Lavanthtal Engelbert IV von Pustertal|b. c 1001?\nd. 15 Mar 1040|p340.htm#i9213|Luitgard von Istrien|b. c 1010\nd. circa 1066/77|p276.htm#i9214|Graf im Chiemgau Engelbert I. von Chiemgau|b. a 965\nd. 1020|p335.htm#i8872|Pfalzgräfin von Bayern Adela von Bayern|b. c 960\nd. 07 September, after 1020|p272.htm#i8871|Werigand, Graf von Istrien und Friaul|b. c 975\nd. b 1040|p340.htm#i9343|Willipurg, Gräfin von Ebersberg|b. c 980\nd. 25 Nov 1064|p346.htm#i9344|
FatherGraf im Puster-, Nori- und Lavanthtal Engelbert IV von Pustertal1 b. circa 1001?, d. 15 March 1040
MotherLuitgard von Istrien1 b. circa 1010, d. circa 1066/77
     Graf im Pustertal Engelbert von Pustertal was the son of Graf im Puster-, Nori- und Lavanthtal Engelbert IV von Pustertal and Luitgard von Istrien.1 Graf im Pustertal Engelbert von Pustertal died circa 1090.1

Citations

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

Graf im Pustertal Meginhard von Pustertal1

d. circa 1090
Graf im Pustertal Meginhard von Pustertal|d. c 1090|p352.htm#i22106|Graf im Puster-, Nori- und Lavanthtal Engelbert IV von Pustertal|b. c 1001?\nd. 15 Mar 1040|p340.htm#i9213|Luitgard von Istrien|b. c 1010\nd. circa 1066/77|p276.htm#i9214|Graf im Chiemgau Engelbert I. von Chiemgau|b. a 965\nd. 1020|p335.htm#i8872|Pfalzgräfin von Bayern Adela von Bayern|b. c 960\nd. 07 September, after 1020|p272.htm#i8871|Werigand, Graf von Istrien und Friaul|b. c 975\nd. b 1040|p340.htm#i9343|Willipurg, Gräfin von Ebersberg|b. c 980\nd. 25 Nov 1064|p346.htm#i9344|
FatherGraf im Puster-, Nori- und Lavanthtal Engelbert IV von Pustertal1 b. circa 1001?, d. 15 March 1040
MotherLuitgard von Istrien1 b. circa 1010, d. circa 1066/77
     Graf im Pustertal Meginhard von Pustertal was the son of Graf im Puster-, Nori- und Lavanthtal Engelbert IV von Pustertal and Luitgard von Istrien.1 Graf im Pustertal Meginhard von Pustertal died circa 1090.1

Citations

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

Berthold I "the Bearded" of Zähringen

b. circa 1038, d. 1090
     Berthold I "the Bearded" of Zähringen was born circa 1038. He died in 1090.

Baldwin de Muelles, Sheriff of Exeter1

b. circa 1039, d. 1090
Baldwin de Muelles, Sheriff of Exeter|b. c 1039\nd. 1090|p352.htm#i7085|Gilbert I, comte d' Eu & de Brionne|b. c 1012\nd. 1040|p340.htm#i7083||||Geoffroi, comte d' Eu et de Brionne|b. c 980|p58.htm#i7084||||||||||
FatherGilbert I, comte d' Eu & de Brionne2 b. circa 1012, d. 1040
     Of Meules and Sap at Normandy, France.3 Of Oakhampton at England.3 Baldwin de Muelles, Sheriff of Exeter married Emma (?); Her 2nd.4,3 Baldwin de Muelles, Sheriff of Exeter was born circa 1039. He was the son of Gilbert I, comte d' Eu & de Brionne.2 Baldwin de Muelles, Sheriff of Exeter may have accompanied William the Conqueror to England, but is not recorded in the records as having fought at Hastings on 14 October 1066.5,6 He died in 1090.3

Family

Emma (?)
Children

Citations

  1. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 263.
  2. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., II:480.
  3. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, IV:317.
  4. [S682] D.S.O. Lt.-Col. W. H. Turton, Turton, pg. 127.
  5. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 118 - says he did.
  6. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, XII/1, App. L, pg. 47-48 - does not say he did.

Donnchad mac Gillai Pátraic, rí Osraige

d. 1090
Donnchad mac Gillai Pátraic, rí Osraige|d. 1090|p352.htm#i14117|Gilla Pátraic mac Donnchada, rí Osraige|d. 1055|p344.htm#i15043||||Donnchad m. G. P., rí Osraige & Laigin d'urmhór|d. 1039|p340.htm#i15042||||||||||
FatherGilla Pátraic mac Donnchada, rí Osraige1 d. 1055
     Donnchad mac Gillai Pátraic, rí Osraige was the son of Gilla Pátraic mac Donnchada, rí Osraige.1 Donnchad mac Gillai Pátraic, rí Osraige married Sadb ingen Lorcáin Ó Brien, daughter of Lorcán mac Donnchada Ó Brien.2 Donnchad mac Gillai Pátraic, rí Osraige died in 1090.

Family

Sadb ingen Lorcáin Ó Brien
Child

Citations

  1. [S335] Donnchadh Ó Corráin, Rawl. 502, 22.
  2. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Donnchad mac Gillapatrick, 117.
  3. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Donnchad mac Gillapatrick, 118.

Máel Mórda mac Donnchada Uí Cheinnselaig

d. 1090
Máel Mórda mac Donnchada Uí Cheinnselaig|d. 1090|p352.htm#i14350|rí Laigin Donnchad mac Domnaill Uí Cheinnselaig|d. 1115|p359.htm#i14352|Cailleach ingen Mac Faelain (?)||p224.htm#i25776|Domnall R. m. D. Uí Cheinnselaig|d. 1041|p341.htm#i14353||||||||||
Fatherrí Laigin Donnchad mac Domnaill Uí Cheinnselaig2 d. 1115
MotherCailleach ingen Mac Faelain (?)1
     Máel Mórda mac Donnchada Uí Cheinnselaig was the son of rí Laigin Donnchad mac Domnaill Uí Cheinnselaig and Cailleach ingen Mac Faelain (?).1,2 Máel Mórda mac Donnchada Uí Cheinnselaig married Luanmaisi ingen Ceile Ua Nuallain, daughter of Cele Ua Nuallain.3 Annals of the Four Masters 1090: "Muircheartach Ua Briain afterwards went into Meath upon a predatory excursion; and a battle was fought between Domhnall, King of Meath, and Muircheartach, with their forces, at Magh-Lena. The Munstermen were defeated and slaughtered, with Maelseachlainn Ua Dunghalaigh, Mac-Conin Ua Duibhgin, and Maelmordha Ua Domhnaill, son of the King of Ui-Ceinnsealaigh. / Muirchertach Ua Briain do thuidhecht h-i Mídhe for creich iaramh, & fechair iomairecc eittir Domhnall, rí Mídhe, & Muirchertach cona a slocchaibh i Maigh Léna. Ro meabhaidh for Mumhain, & ro ládh a n-ár im Maolsechlainn Ua n-Dungalaigh, & im mac Conín Uí Duibhcind, & im mac Maoil Mordha uí Domhnaill mac rígh Ua Ceinnsealaigh." ( (an unknown value)).4 Máel Mórda mac Donnchada Uí Cheinnselaig died in 1090 at Meath, Ireland. He was killed in battle against Muircheartach Ua Briain.5

Family

Luanmaisi ingen Ceile Ua Nuallain
Child

Citations

  1. [S1193] Stewart Baldwin (e-mail address), Eve of Leinster and Radnailt of Dublin in "Eve and Radnailt," newsgroup message 1996/08/16, per BS 193.
  2. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Labraid mac Bresail, 117.
  3. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Eochaid Finn Fothart, 117.
  4. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M1090.6.
  5. [S334] Emma Ryan Vol. 1, Myriam Priour Vol. 2 & 3 and Floortje Hondelink Vol. 4, A4M, M1090.5/.6.
  6. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Labraid mac Bresail, 118.

Ermengarde, comtesse de Tonnerre1

b. circa 1026, d. after 1090
Ermengarde, comtesse de Tonnerre|b. c 1026\nd. a 1090|p352.htm#i7728|Renaud I, comte de Tonnerre|b. c 980\nd. 16 Jul 1039|p340.htm#i7729|Ervide (?)|b. c 1001|p83.htm#i10720|Milon I., comte de Tonnerre|b. c 950\nd. b 998|p331.htm#i10080||||||||||
FatherRenaud I, comte de Tonnerre1 b. circa 980, d. 16 July 1039
MotherErvide (?)1 b. circa 1001
     Ermengarde, comtesse de Tonnerre was born circa 1026. She was the daughter of Renaud I, comte de Tonnerre and Ervide (?).1 Ermengarde, comtesse de Tonnerre was living between 1036 and 1089.2 She married Guillaume I, comte de Nevers, son of Renaud I, comte de Nevers and Adele de France, in 1045.1,3 Ermengarde, comtesse de Tonnerre died after 1090.2

Family

Guillaume I, comte de Nevers b. 1030, d. 20 June 1100
Children

Citations

  1. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., III:200.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 254-32.
  3. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., III:197.
  4. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/

Guillaume, comte de Tonnerre1

b. circa 1055?, d. after 1090
Guillaume, comte de Tonnerre|b. c 1055?\nd. a 1090|p352.htm#i8972|Guillaume I, comte de Nevers|b. 1030\nd. 20 Jun 1100|p355.htm#i7727|Ermengarde, comtesse de Tonnerre|b. c 1026\nd. a 1090|p352.htm#i7728|Renaud I., comte de Nevers|b. b 1000\nd. 29 May 1040|p340.htm#i7731|Adele de France|b. 1003\nd. a 1063|p346.htm#i7730|Renaud I., comte de Tonnerre|b. c 980\nd. 16 Jul 1039|p340.htm#i7729|Ervide (?)|b. c 1001|p83.htm#i10720|
FatherGuillaume I, comte de Nevers1 b. 1030, d. 20 June 1100
MotherErmengarde, comtesse de Tonnerre1 b. circa 1026, d. after 1090
     Guillaume, comte de Tonnerre was born circa 1055?. He was the son of Guillaume I, comte de Nevers and Ermengarde, comtesse de Tonnerre.1 Count of Tonnerre.1 Guillaume, comte de Tonnerre died after 1090.

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., III:197.
  2. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., III:152.

Tuta von Formbach, Königin von Ungarn1,2

b. circa 1030?, d. after 1090
Tuta von Formbach, Königin von Ungarn|b. c 1030?\nd. a 1090|p352.htm#i16559|Heinrich I "Hesso", Graf von Formbach|b. c 1010?\nd. c 1030|p337.htm#i25279||||Thiemo I., Graf von Formbach und Schweinachgau|b. c 990\nd. c 7 Mar 1050|p343.htm#i8815||||||||||
FatherHeinrich I "Hesso", Graf von Formbach2 b. circa 1010?, d. circa 1030
     Tuta von Formbach, Königin von Ungarn was born circa 1030?. She was the daughter of Heinrich I "Hesso", Graf von Formbach.2 Tuta von Formbach, Königin von Ungarn married Pietro Orseolo, King of Hungary, son of Ottone, doge di Venezia and María, Hercegnõ Magyarország, circa 1044; His 1st.1,3 Tuta von Formbach, Königin von Ungarn married Béla I, Király Magyarország, son of Vászoly, Herceg of Northern Hungary and Katun Kometopoulos; His 2nd.2 Tuta von Formbach, Königin von Ungarn died after 1046.1 She died after 1090.2

Family 1

Pietro Orseolo, King of Hungary b. before 1009, d. 30 August 1059

Family 2

Béla I, Király Magyarország b. before 1014, d. 1063
Children

Citations

  1. [S438] Theroff's Royal Genealogies, online http://pages.prodigy.net/ptheroff/, arpad.txt 4/15/99.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen von Formbach.
  3. [S1578] Ian S. R. Mladjov, "Reconsidering Agatha".

vicomte de Bearn Centullo V Gaston de Bearn1

d. after 1090
     Vicomte de Bearn Centullo V Gaston de Bearn married Beatriz, comtesse de Bigorre, daughter of Bernardo II, comte de Bigorre and Clemencia (?), in 1079.1 Vicomte de Bearn Centullo V Gaston de Bearn died after 1090.1

Family

Beatriz, comtesse de Bigorre b. circa 1037, d. after 14 October 1095

Citations

  1. [S438] Theroff's Royal Genealogies, online http://pages.prodigy.net/ptheroff/, Foix.txt.

Richard fitz Gilbert, Justiciar of England

b. 1035, d. before January 1090
Richard fitz Gilbert, Justiciar of England|b. 1035\nd. b Jan 1090|p352.htm#i7080|Gilbert I, comte d' Eu & de Brionne|b. c 1012\nd. 1040|p340.htm#i7083||||Geoffroi, comte d' Eu et de Brionne|b. c 980|p58.htm#i7084||||||||||
FatherGilbert I, comte d' Eu & de Brionne1,2 b. circa 1012, d. 1040
     Also called Richard fitz Gilbert de Clare. Also called Richard de Bienfaite.3 Richard fitz Gilbert, Justiciar of England was a descendant of Alfred the Great and Charlemagne.4 He was born in 1035. The eldest son. He was the son of Gilbert I, comte d' Eu & de Brionne.1,2 Richard fitz Gilbert, Justiciar of England married Rohesia Giffard, daughter of Walter I Giffard, 1st Earl of Buckingham and Ermengarde Fleitel, before 1065.3,5 Richard fitz Gilbert, Justiciar of England may have accompanied William the Conqueror to England, but is not recorded in the records as having fought at Hastings on 28 September 1066.6,7 He was took his new title from the fief of Clare in Suffolk after 28 September 1066. He was a witness where Guillaume I de Varennes, 1st Earl of Surrey joined as "Ricardus de Benefacta," or Richard FitzGilbert de Clare, in the great office of Justiciary of England in 1073 at 6 William I.1 Richard fitz Gilbert, Justiciar of England was joined, as "Ricardus de Benefacta," William de Warren in the great office of Justiciary of England in 1073 at 6 William I.1,4 Justiciar of England in 1073.1 He was a witness where Guillaume I de Varennes, 1st Earl of Surrey in arms with Richard FitzGilbert (de Clare) against the rebellious lords, Robert de Britolio, Earl of Hereford, and Ralph Waher, or Guader, Earl of Norfolk and Suffolk, in 1076.1 Richard fitz Gilbert, Justiciar of England was in arms with William de Warenne against the rebellious lords, Robert de Britolio, Earl of Hereford, and Ralph Waher, or Guader, Earl of Norfolk and Suffolk, and behaved with great gallantry in 1076.1 He died before January 1090.3

Family

Rohesia Giffard b. circa 1047
Children

Citations

  1. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 118.
  2. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., II:480.
  3. [S209] Somerset Herald J.R. Planché, Planché, J.R..
  4. [S305] John S. Wurts, Magna Charta.
  5. [S1032] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday People, pg. 456.
  6. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 118 - says he did.
  7. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, XII/1, App. L, pg. 47-48 - does not say he did.
  8. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 400.
  9. [S693] TH.D. Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: MC 5th ed., 157-1.
  10. [S310] John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees, Vol 2, pg. 163.
  11. [S682] D.S.O. Lt.-Col. W. H. Turton, Turton, pg. 82.

García Fernández, rey de Galicia1

b. circa 1044, d. 22 March 1090
García Fernández, rey de Galicia|b. c 1044\nd. 22 Mar 1090|p352.htm#i16680|Fernando I Sánchez "el Magno", rey de Castilla y de León|b. bt 1016 - 1018\nd. 29 Dec 1065|p346.htm#i5225|reine de Castilla Sancha Alfonsez de León|b. 1020?\nd. 7 Nov 1067|p347.htm#i5226|Sancho I. "el Mayor", rey de Pamplona y conde de Aragón|b. 987\nd. 18 Oct 1035|p339.htm#i5230|Munia M. Sánchez de Castilla|b. 995\nd. a 13 Jul 1066|p347.htm#i5231|Alfonso V. "el Noble", rey de León|b. 994\nd. 7 Aug 1028|p337.htm#i5227|Elvira Ménendez de Galicia|b. c 996\nd. 2 Dec 1022|p336.htm#i5228|
FatherFernando I Sánchez "el Magno", rey de Castilla y de León2,1 b. between 1016 and 1018, d. 29 December 1065
Motherreine de Castilla Sancha Alfonsez de León2 b. 1020?, d. 7 November 1067
     García Fernández, rey de Galicia was born circa 1044. The third son.1,3 He was the son of Fernando I Sánchez "el Magno", rey de Castilla y de León and reine de Castilla Sancha Alfonsez de León.2,1 García Fernández, rey de Galicia witnessed the will of Fernando I Sánchez "el Magno", rey de Castilla y de León between December 1063 and January 1064; Almost exactly two years before his death, Fernando I had decided that his realm should be divided among his three grown sons when that event should at last take place. The anonymous author of the Historia Silense tells us that the fateful decision was made in a great council in late December 1063 or early January 1064. This chronicle is probably the oldest narrative of the division that has come down to us, but it tells us merely that he assigned León to Alfonso, his favorite son; Castilla to Sancho, the eldest; and Galicia to García, the youngest. In addition, to daughters Urraca and Elvira were assigned ah the royal monasteries of the realm of León-Castilla for the remainder of their lives or until they should marry.4 García Fernández, rey de Galicia is first seen exercising some power with a document regarding a judicial settlement between him and Bishop Suero of Mondoñedo, he father was present and confirmed the act, it was enacted in Garcías name, though he does not style himself king, on 11 September 1064.5 He inherited Galicia, and a portion of Portugal, in the split of his father's kingdom in 1065.1 King of Galicia at Iberian peninsula between 27 December 1065 and 1071.1,6,7 He forced a donation by the Portuguese noble, García Múñoz, of the whole of his property to the crown on 24 March 1066.8 He was dispossessed of Galicia by force by his brother, Sancho the Strong, in 1071.6 He was sent into exile to the Moorish court at Seville in 1071.1 He returned from Seville after his brother Sancho II's death during the fratricidal struggle with Alfonso VI and their sister Urraca in 1072.1 King of Galicia, restored at Iberian peninsula between 1072 and 1073.6 He was a witness where Alfonso VI Fernández "el Bravo", rey de León arrested his brother García, with conniving from his sister Urraca, and imprisoning him for life in Castle Luna in 1073. García Fernández, rey de Galicia was arrested by his brother, Alfonso VI, and imprisoned in the castle at Luna, never to be released, in 1073.1 He died on 22 March 1090 at Luna Castle, Spain. "And there in captivity he wanted to let his blood, and after he had bled himself he fell onto his bed and died." García became a figure of Castilian poetry and romance, popular in the European Middle Ages.1,9 García Fernández, rey de Galicia was buried in León, Spain.9

Citations

  1. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  2. [S270] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH II, pg 824, genealogy table 20, Castile and Aragon, 1033-c 1300, (a) the House of Castile, 1033-1284.
  3. [S513] Bernard F. Reilly, León-Castilla under King Alfonso VI, pg. 20.
  4. [S513] Bernard F. Reilly, León-Castilla under King Alfonso VI, pg. 14.
  5. [S513] Bernard F. Reilly, León-Castilla under King Alfonso VI, pg. 20-21.
  6. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html
  7. [S653] PoH, online http://www.friesian.com/
  8. [S513] Bernard F. Reilly, León-Castilla under King Alfonso VI, pg. 23.
  9. [S1074] Bishop Pelayo "the Fabulist" of Oviedo, "CRL", pg. 84.

Sichelgaita of Salerno1,2

b. between 1040 and 1045, d. 27 March 1090
Sichelgaita of Salerno|b. bt 1040 - 1045\nd. 27 Mar 1090|p352.htm#i5242|Gaimar V, Duke of Salerno|b. a 1010\nd. 3 Jun 1052|p343.htm#i7520|Porpora of Tabellaria|b. c 1010|p2.htm#i7521|Guaimar I., Prince of Salerno|b. c 980\nd. Mar 1027|p337.htm#i7522|Gaitelgrima of the Longobardi|b. c 990\nd. 1027|p337.htm#i7523|Laidolfo of Tabellaria|b. c 980|p143.htm#i16316|Aldara of San Massimo|b. c 990|p143.htm#i16317|
FatherGaimar V, Duke of Salerno3,4 b. after 1010, d. 3 June 1052
MotherPorpora of Tabellaria5 b. circa 1010
     Recalled by Anna Komnena in her Alexiad: "Gaita, ... when dressed in full armour ... was a fearsome sight."6 "Sichelgaita needs some explanation. She was cast in a Wagnerian mould, the closest approximation in history to a Valkyrie. A woman of immense build, she hardly ever left her husband's side - least of all in battle, one of her favourite occupations. At such moments, charging into the fray, her long blonde hair streaming from beneath her helmet, deafening friend and foe alike with huge shouts of encouragement or imprecation, she must have looked - even if she did not altogether sound - worthy to take her place beside Brunnhilde herself."2 Sichelgaita of Salerno was the sister of the Lombard prince Gisulf II of Salerno and daughter of Gaimar V.7,8,9 Also called Duchess of Salerno Sigelgaita of Salerno.9 Also called Sikelgaita.4 She was the mother 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 Sichelgaita of Salerno was born between 1040 and 1045.9 She was the daughter of Gaimar V, Duke of Salerno and Porpora of Tabellaria.3,4,5 Sichelgaita of Salerno married Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia, son of Tancred de Hauteville and Fredesende de Normandie, in 1058 at Melfi, Potenza, Basilicata, Italy; His 2nd (divorced).10,11,4,1,8,9 Sichelgaita of Salerno witnessed the death of Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia 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.11,12,13 Sichelgaita of Salerno died on 27 March 1090.9 Sichelgaita of Salerno was buried in Montecassiano, Marche, Italy.9

Family

Robert "Guiscard", duc d' Apulia b. circa 1015, d. 17 July 1085
Children

Citations

  1. [S659] John Julius Norwich, Norwich - Normans, Gen Chart, the House of Hauteville, pg. 332-333.
  2. [S1170] John Julius Norwich, Norwich - Byzantium, pg. 252.
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 297-33.
  4. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 510, genealogy table 14, the Normans and Hohenstaufen in South Italy and Sicily.
  5. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 325-33.
  6. [S1274] Anna Komnene, Alexiad, (Elizabeth A. Dawes, translator), before 1148: Book 1, XV.
  7. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Roger (duke of Apulia).
  8. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Gisulph II (prince of Salerno).
  9. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Hauteville, Herzöge von Apulien.
  10. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  11. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 296-32.
  12. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Robert.
  13. [S1170] John Julius Norwich, Norwich - Byzantium, pg. 254.
  14. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 296-31.
  15. [S656] Steven Runciman, Runciman (Jerusalem), Appendix III: Genealogical Trees.

Ekbert II, Graf von Braunschweig, Markgraf von Meißen1

b. circa 1061, d. 3 July 1090
Ekbert II, Graf von Braunschweig, Markgraf von Meißen|b. c 1061\nd. 3 Jul 1090|p352.htm#i21921|Ekbert I, Graf von Braunschweig, Markgraf von Meißen|b. c 1025\nd. 2 Jan 1068|p347.htm#i8722|Irmingard von Turin|b. c 1020\nd. 28 Jan 1078|p350.htm#i8529|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|Manfred I. O., Markgraf von Turin|b. c 992?\nd. b 23 Dec 1035|p339.htm#i5658|Bertha von Luni|b. c 980?\nd. 29 Dec 1037|p340.htm#i5659|
FatherEkbert I, Graf von Braunschweig, Markgraf von Meißen1 b. circa 1025, d. 2 January 1068
MotherIrmingard von Turin1 b. circa 1020, d. 28 January 1078
     Ekbert II, Graf von Braunschweig, Markgraf von Meißen was born circa 1061.1,2 He was the son of Ekbert I, Graf von Braunschweig, Markgraf von Meißen and Irmingard von Turin.1 Margrave of Meissen at Saxony, German Empire, between 2 January 1068 and 1090.3 Margrave of Friesland at German Empire between 2 January 1068 and 1090.3 Count of Braunschweig at Lower Saxony, German Empire, between 2 January 1068 and 1090.3 Ekbert II, Graf von Braunschweig, Markgraf von Meißen married Oda von Weimar-Meißen, daughter of Otto I, Graf von Orlamünde, Markgraf von Meißen and Adela von Löwen.4 Ekbert II, Graf von Braunschweig, Markgraf von Meißen died on 3 July 1090.1,4,5

Family

Oda von Weimar-Meißen b. circa 1062?, d. 1111

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Verwandte Kaiser LOTHARS III.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Markgrafen von Turin, um 1061.
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Brunonen, 1068-1090.
  4. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Brunonen.
  5. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Markgrafen von Turin, 3.7.1090.

Robert, comte de Mortaigne1,2

b. circa 1031, d. 8 December 1090
Robert, comte de Mortaigne|b. c 1031\nd. 8 Dec 1090|p352.htm#i8202|Herluin de Conteville|b. 1001\nd. c 1066|p347.htm#i6645|Herlève de Falaise|b. 1003|p44.htm#i5008|Jean de Conteville|b. 969|p55.htm#i6646||||Fulbert de Falaise|b. 978|p44.htm#i5051|Doda (?)|b. 980|p44.htm#i5052|
FatherHerluin de Conteville3,4 b. 1001, d. circa 1066
MotherHerlève de Falaise3,4 b. 1003
     Robert, comte de Mortaigne was a Norman. He was son of Herluin de Conteville and Harlève, mother of William the Conqueror; full brother of Odo of Bayeux.3,4 He was born circa 1031. The 2nd son.4,5,6 He was the son of Herluin de Conteville and Herlève de Falaise.3,4 Robert, comte de Mortaigne was granted the county of Mortain by his brother William between 1048 and 1050.3,4 His work in the Mortaigne region was of critical importance in achieving harmony both with west Normans and their eastern counterparts, and between Normans and Bretons.3 Vicomte of Conteville before 1055.5 He was appointed by his half-brother, William, duke of Normandy, as count of Mortain in 1055 at Normandy, France.5 Count of Mortain at Normandy, France, in 1055.5,4 He married Matildis de Montgomery, daughter of Roger de Montgomery, Earl of Shrewsbury and Mabille de Bellême, comtesse d'Alençon; His 1st.7,8,9 William of Normandy invades and takes England. On 14 October 1066 at the Battle of Hastings, England.10 Robert, comte de Mortaigne was portrayed in the Bayeux Tapestry, he is the 17th of 20 men known with certainty to have fought with William the Conqueror on 14 October 1066 at the Battle of Hastings, England.10 He joined his half-brother, William the Conqueror, in the invasion of England, and was one of the few known to have fought at Hastings on 14 October 1066 at Hastings, England.7,8 He was in command of the chivalry of Côtentin at Hastings on 14 October 1066.8 He was given one of the important defensive Rapes of Sussex at Pevensey where he built a castle.7 He was created Earl of Cornwall by his maternal brother, William the Conqueror, in 1067.11 Earl of Cornwall at France between 1067 and 1095.11 He received extensive holdings throughout the country, with a notable predominance in the south-west, where some of his holdings in Cornwall came to him as a result the withdrawal of Count Brien of Brittany, brother of Alan Rufus, in 1069/70.7 He married Almodis (?) before 1086; His 2nd.7,8 Robert, comte de Mortaigne was the largest landholder in the country after the King, with holdings in nineteen counties in 1086 at England.12 Lord of Pevensey Rape at Sussex, England, in 1086.12 He was the virtual Earl of Cornwall, which fief included Honour of Berkhamsted with castle there, in 1086.12 He rebelled against the King, but was later pardoned, in 1088.12 He died on 8 December 1090.8 Robert, comte de Mortaigne was buried in the Abbey of Grestain.8

Family 1

Matildis de Montgomery b. circa 1030, d. circa 1084
Children

Family 2

Almodis (?)

Citations

  1. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 185-1.
  2. [S418] Christopher Tyerman, WW Early Medieval, pg. 25-26 - Robert of Mortain.
  3. [S1032] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday People, Robert Comes De Moritonie, pg. 371.
  4. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, III:427.
  5. [S418] Christopher Tyerman, WW Early Medieval, pg. 25 - Robert of Mortain.
  6. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, XII/1, App. K, pg. 32.
  7. [S1032] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday People, Robert Comes De Moritonie, pg. 372.
  8. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, III:428.
  9. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 598.
  10. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, XII/1, App. L, pg. 47-48.
  11. [S217] Transcribed by Colin Hinson, English Peerage (to 1790).
  12. [S643] E.Domesday, online http://www.domesdaybook.co.uk/book.html