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Ida de Faucigny

b. before 1060, d. circa 1091
Ida de Faucigny|b. b 1060\nd. c 1091|p353.htm#i7622|Louis I, seigneur de Faucigny|b. b 1030\nd. c 1060|p345.htm#i9528||||Aimeraud, seigneur de Faucigny|b. c 950|p105.htm#i12860|Aalgut (?)|b. c 960|p105.htm#i12861|||||||
FatherLouis I, seigneur de Faucigny b. before 1030, d. circa 1060
     Ida de Faucigny was born before 1060. She was the daughter of Louis I, seigneur de Faucigny. Ida de Faucigny married Aimon II, comte de Genève, son of Gerald I, comte de Genève and Thietburga von Rheinfelden, before 1091.1 Ida de Faucigny died circa 1091. RFC says 1191. She couldn't have been 131 at her death, given she must have been born before 1060, the year her father died.

Family

Aimon II, comte de Genève b. after 1060, d. between 1125 and 1128
Child

Citations

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

Hermann IV, Graf von Saffenberg1

b. circa 1027, d. circa 1091
Hermann IV, Graf von Saffenberg|b. c 1027\nd. c 1091|p353.htm#i9738|Adolf II, Graf von Berg|b. c 987\nd. a 1041|p341.htm#i9741||||Hermann I., Vogt von Deutz|b. c 957\nd. 1040|p340.htm#i9742||||||||||
FatherAdolf II, Graf von Berg b. circa 987, d. after 1041
     Vogt von Cornelimünster at Nordrhein-Westfalen.1 Vogt zu St. Martin at Cologne, Nordrhein-Westfalen.1 "The house of Nörvenich was apparently an ancient branch of the house of Berg, as suggested by its leading names Adolf and Hermann, plus the original position of Nörvenich among counts associated with the archbishops of Cologne."2 Count of Saffenberg at Nordrhein-Westfalen.1 Hermann IV, Graf von Saffenberg was son of Count Adolf II von Berg, and great-grandson of Pfalzgrave Hermann I von Lothringen.1 He was born circa 1027. He was the son of Adolf II, Graf von Berg. Hermann IV, Graf von Saffenberg witnessed, with his father Adolf, a document in 1041.2 He married Gepa von Werl, daughter of Adalbert, Graf im Emegau, before 1057. Hermann IV, Graf von Saffenberg flourished in 1072.2 He joined the circle of archiepiscopal counts when another dynasty, evidently that of Lommundsheim, became extinct.2 Count of Nörvenich at Nordrhein-Westfalen in 1081.3 He died circa 1091.4

Family

Gepa von Werl b. circa 1032
Children

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen von Saffenberg.
  2. [S1159] Jackman's H&L, online http://www.personal.psu.edu/, Medieval German Counties.
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen von Saffenberg, 1081.
  4. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen von Saffenberg, um 1091.

Boson, vicomte de Turenne1

b. circa 1030, d. 1091
Boson, vicomte de Turenne|b. c 1030\nd. 1091|p353.htm#i7739|William, vicomte de Turenne|b. s 1005\nd. 1037|p339.htm#i9415|Mathilda (?)|b. c 1010|p71.htm#i9416|Ebles I., vicomte de Turenne|b. c 970\nd. 1030|p337.htm#i9417|Beatrix de Normandie|b. c 970\nd. 18 Jan 1035|p339.htm#i9418|||||||
FatherWilliam, vicomte de Turenne b. say 1005, d. 1037
MotherMathilda (?) b. circa 1010
     Boson, vicomte de Turenne was born circa 1030 at Turenna, Corrèze, Limousin, France.2 He was the successor of William, vicomte de Turenne; Viscount of Turenne. Boson, vicomte de Turenne was the son of William, vicomte de Turenne and Mathilda (?). Viscount of Turenne at France between 1037 and 1091. Boson, vicomte de Turenne married Gerberge de Terrasson, daughter of Pierre de Terrasson, before 1080; His 2nd. Boson, vicomte de Turenne died in 1091 at Jerusalem, Palestine. Died while on pilgramage to the Holy Land.2 He was the predecessor of Raymond I, vicomte de Turenne; Viscount of Turenne.

Family

Gerberge de Terrasson b. circa 1055, d. 1103
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 156-30.
  2. [S274] INRIA - Domaine de Voluceau - Rocquencourt, 04 NOV 1999.

Jordan de Hauteville1

d. 1091
Jordan de Hauteville|d. 1091|p353.htm#i18954|Roger I, comte de Sicile|b. c 1021\nd. 1101|p355.htm#i11150|N. N. (?)|b. c 1026|p170.htm#i18953|Tancred de Hauteville|b. 981\nd. c 1041|p341.htm#i5243|Fredesende de Normandie|b. c 986\nd. 1057|p344.htm#i7519|||||||
FatherRoger I, comte de Sicile1 b. circa 1021, d. 1101
MotherN. N. (?)1 b. circa 1026
     Jordan de Hauteville was born. Illegitimate.1 He was the son of Roger I, comte de Sicile and N. N. (?).1 Jordan de Hauteville died in 1091.1

Citations

  1. [S659] John Julius Norwich, Norwich - Normans, Gen Chart, the House of Hauteville, pg. 332-333.

Gagik II of Ani, Shahanshah of Armenia1,2

b. circa 1020?, d. 1091
Gagik II of Ani, Shahanshah of Armenia|b. c 1020?\nd. 1091|p353.htm#i25341|Ašot IV, Shahanshah of Armenia|b. c 990?\nd. 1044|p341.htm#i22945||||Gagik I. of Ani, Šahanšah of Armenia|b. s 965\nd. c 1044?|p341.htm#i22408|Queen of Armenia Katranide Siwni|b. c 970?|p198.htm#i22409|||||||
FatherAšot IV, Shahanshah of Armenia3,4 b. circa 990?, d. 1044
     Gagik II of Ani, Shahanshah of Armenia was related to Ruben I, Prince of Cilicia; probably a relative of the last king of Ani, Gagik II Bagratuni.5 Gagik II of Ani, Shahanshah of Armenia married, by king's order, the daughter of Dawit',son of Senek'erim, and ruled that sector, since when Dawit' died he had left no other heir.6 He was born circa 1020?. He was the son of Ašot IV, Shahanshah of Armenia.3,4 Gagik II of Ani, Shahanshah of Armenia was the successor of Smbat III Yovhannes, King of Armenia; King of Armenia.7 Gagik II of Ani, Shahanshah of Armenia the people of Ani put him forward as successor of his uncle, who died childless, in defiance of Byzantium who had been named successor by Smbat Johannes in 1041.1 He was a witness where Ruben I, Prince of Cilicia a lieutenant of Gagik II.8 Gagik II of Ani, Shahanshah of Armenia defeated a Byzantine army sent to capture Ani in 1042.1 He was convinced by Pro-Byzantine Armenians to go to Constantinople to sign a peace treaty, but was imprisoned there instead.1 He succeeded Yovhannes also called Smbat, and ruled for two years.4 King of Armenia at Ani, Byzantine Empire, Transcaucasia, between 1043 and 1045.3,4 'Ani was taken not through warfare, but through treachery. For [the Byzantines] by the king's order succeeded in convincing Gagik using an oath and the Cross that "I need but to see you, then shall return your kingdom to you and shall write a document giving you your land and city in perpetual inheritance". As the learned say: "The wise man swears, and the fool believes", or, similarly, "The words of liars are as succulent as cheese(lor), and fools gulp them down". I do not know why [Gagik] believed them, whether because of the oaths and the Cross, because of immaturity, or because of a timid nature, but [in any case] he gave the keys of the city [of Ani] to Petros who then occupied the patriarchal throne of our Illuminator; and [Gagik] with great conditions and oaths entrusted [Petros] with all the concerns of the land. [Gagik] did not heed Vahram and the other azats who had put him on the throne, but rather listened to the deceitful support of Sargis and so left the city and went to the Greeks on a one-way journey, like a fish caught on the line, or a bird ensnared in a trap. Now when the [Byzantine] king saw [Gagik], he forgot about his oath and the intercession of the Cross. No, he obliged [Gagik] to remain with him and demanded: "Give me Ani and I shall give you in exchange [the city of] Melitine (Malatya) and the surrounding districts". But [Gagik] did not consent.' In 1045.9 He was forced to abdicate leaving no opposition to stop the invading Selchukid (or Seljuq) Turks in 1045.10 He was given a palace in Constantinople and the city of Caesarea (modern Kayseri) as compensation when the leaderless citizens of Ani, surrounded by enemies, decided to surrender Ani to the Byzantines in 1045.1 He married N. N. Arcruni, daughter of Davit' Arcruni.11,2 Gagik II of Ani, Shahanshah of Armenia acquired, from his father-in-law, the cities of Kaisareia and Tzamandos.12 He was a witness where Davit' Arcruni gave his son-in-law, Gagik II of Ani, the cities of Kaisareia and Tzamandos.12 Gagik II of Ani, Shahanshah of Armenia and Gagik, King of Kars were the "two Gagiks" ruling in Armenia at the end of independent rule. "One day (when the other Gagik had become king), Gagik went off to hunt and became drunk. At a sultry hour, he dismounted to rest under the shade of the trees, having no one with him except one small lad, since all the others were scattered about, hunting. Greeks came upon them, recognized Gagik, seized him and took him to a fortress. When the king came to his senses from the wine, he opened his eyes and exclaimed: "Where am I"? And the Romans replied: "Where is our metropolitan Markos"? And they hurled him from the wall of the fortress with insults. He crashed to the ground and died. As for the lad who was with him, an Armenian merchant purchased him and made him his son-in-law."13 Gagik II of Ani, Shahanshah of Armenia died in 1091. Murdered at Cybistra Castle and his body hung out over the castle wall.10 Gagik II of Ani, Shahanshah of Armenia was buried in Pizu, east of Kaisareia, Kappadokia, Anatolia. He was buried in the monastery he founded.12

Family

N. N. Arcruni b. circa 1030?
Child

Citations

  1. [S1160] Virtual Ani, online e-mail address.
  2. [S1296] Anne Elizabeth Redgate, TPoE: Armenians, fig 9.1.
  3. [S1296] Anne Elizabeth Redgate, TPoE: Armenians, fig. 9.1.
  4. [S1167] Kirakos Ganjakets'i, HoA: Kirakos' (13th C), (Robert Bedrosian, translator): pg. 82.
  5. [S590] Hye Etch, online http://www.hyeetch.nareg.com.au/armenians/history_p1.html
  6. [S1031] Robert Bedrosian (translator), HoA: Lastivertc'i's (11th C), pg. 61.
  7. [S1167] Kirakos Ganjakets'i, HoA: Kirakos' (13th C), (Robert Bedrosian, translator): pg. 80.
  8. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Armenia.
  9. [S1031] Robert Bedrosian (translator), HoA: Lastivertc'i's (11th C), pg. 59-60.
  10. [S1171] Medieval Armenia Timeline, online http://www.pbm.com/~lindahl/rialto/rialto.html
  11. [S1031] Robert Bedrosian (translator), HoA: Lastivertc'i's (11th C).
  12. [S1272] Robert H. Hewsen, Armenia atlas, pg. 126.
  13. [S1167] Kirakos Ganjakets'i, HoA: Kirakos' (13th C), (Robert Bedrosian, translator): pg. 93.
  14. [S998] OCA, online http://www.oca.org/pages/orth_chri/Feasts-and-Saints/, 26 JANUARY (08 February).

Thimo I, Graf von Wettin und Brehna1

b. circa 1015, d. 9 March 1091
Thimo I, Graf von Wettin und Brehna|b. c 1015\nd. 9 Mar 1091|p353.htm#i8539|Dietrich II, Markgraf der Lausitz|b. c 990\nd. 19 Nov 1034|p339.htm#i8544|Mathilda von Meißen|b. c 993\nd. 2 Feb|p283.htm#i8545|Markgraf von Merseburg Dedi I. von Wettin|b. c 946\nd. 13 Nov 1009|p333.htm#i9839|Markgräfin von Merseburg Thietburg von Haldensleben|b. c 960\nd. 23 Mar|p283.htm#i9840|Ekkehart I., Markgraf von Meißen|b. c 960\nd. 30 Apr 1002|p332.htm#i9891|Suanehild, Markgräfin von Nordmark|b. bt 945 - 955\nd. 26 Nov 1014|p334.htm#i9853|
FatherDietrich II, Markgraf der Lausitz1 b. circa 990, d. 19 November 1034
MotherMathilda von Meißen1 b. circa 993, d. 2 February
     Vogt des Klosters Gerbstedt at Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany.1 Thimo I, Graf von Wettin und Brehna was born circa 1015.1 He was the son of Dietrich II, Markgraf der Lausitz and Mathilda von Meißen.1 Count of Brehna at Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany, after 1040.1 Count of Wettin at Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany, after 1040.1 Thimo I, Graf von Wettin und Brehna married Ida von Northeim, daughter of Herzog von Bayern Otto II von Northeim and Richenza von Schwaben, before 1071. Thimo I, Graf von Wettin und Brehna died on 9 March 1091.2 Thimo I, Graf von Wettin und Brehna was buried in Kloster Niemegk, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany.1

Family

Ida von Northeim b. after 1051
Child

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Wettiner.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Wettiner, 9.3.1091 oder 1100.

Roger de Tosny II1

b. circa 1074?, d. circa 15 May 1091
Roger de Tosny II|b. c 1074?\nd. c 15 May 1091|p353.htm#i25413|Ralph de Tosny of Flamstead|b. bt 1025 - 1030\nd. 24 Mar 1101/2|p356.htm#i18676|Isabel de Montfort-l'Amaury, dame de Nogent|b. c 1055?|p214.htm#i24145|seigneur de Tosni et Conches Roger de Tosny I|b. c 990\nd. 1038/39|p340.htm#i18675|Godeheut (?)||p221.htm#i25412|Simon I., seigneur de Montfort|b. 1025\nd. 1087|p352.htm#i5258|Isabeau de Broyes, dame de Nogent|b. c 1033?|p214.htm#i24141|
FatherRalph de Tosny of Flamstead1 b. between 1025 and 1030, d. 24 March 1101/2
MotherIsabel de Montfort-l'Amaury, dame de Nogent1 b. circa 1055?
     Roger de Tosny II was born circa 1074?. He was the son of Ralph de Tosny of Flamstead and Isabel de Montfort-l'Amaury, dame de Nogent.1 Roger de Tosny II assented to his father's gifts to St. Evroul circa 1080.1 He died circa 15 May 1091. He died while still a youth and unmarried. d.v.p.1

Citations

  1. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, XII/1:Tony:760.

Dirk V, Graaf van Holland1

b. circa 1060?, d. 17 June 1091
Dirk V, Graaf van Holland|b. c 1060?\nd. 17 Jun 1091|p353.htm#i8359|Floris I, Graaf van Holland|b. 1017\nd. 28 Jun 1061|p346.htm#i5362|Gertrude von Sachsen|b. c 1043?\nd. 4 Aug 1113|p359.htm#i5342|Dirk I., Graaf van Holland|b. 985\nd. 27 May 1039|p340.htm#i5363|Othelendis von Haldensleben|b. 993\nd. 1044|p341.htm#i5364|Ordulf, Herzog von Sachsen|b. 1022\nd. 28 Mar 1072|p348.htm#i8305|Wulfhilda Óláfsdóttir|b. 1019/20\nd. b 24 May 1070|p348.htm#i8306|
FatherFloris I, Graaf van Holland b. 1017, d. 28 June 1061
MotherGertrude von Sachsen b. circa 1043?, d. 4 August 1113
     Dirk V, Graaf van Holland was the successor of Floris I, Graaf van Holland; 6th Count of Holland.2 Dirk V, Graaf van Holland was born circa 1060?. He was the son of Floris I, Graaf van Holland and Gertrude von Sachsen. Count of West Friesland between 1061 and 1071. 7th Count of Holland between 28 June 1061 and 1071. Dirk V, Graaf van Holland married Ulfhilde (?). Dirk V, Graaf van Holland died on 17 June 1091. He was the predecessor of Floris II "de Vette", Graaf van Holland; 8th Count of Holland.2

Family

Ulfhilde (?) b. circa 1057
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 38-30.
  2. [S888] ., Dutch Encyclopedie, Vol 5.

Markgräfin von Verona Judith von Calw1

b. between 1045 and 1050, d. 27 September 1091
Markgräfin von Verona Judith von Calw|b. bt 1045 - 1050\nd. 27 Sep 1091|p353.htm#i25259|Graf Adalbert I von Calw||p179.htm#i25260||||||||||||||||
FatherGraf Adalbert I von Calw1
     Markgräfin von Verona Judith von Calw was born between 1045 and 1050.2 She was the daughter of Graf Adalbert I von Calw.1 Markgräfin von Verona Judith von Calw married Graf im Breisgau, Markgraf von Verona Hermann I von Zähringen, son of Berthold I "der Bärtige" von Zähringen, Markgraf von Verona, Herzog von Kärnten and Richwara von Sulzbach.1 Markgräfin von Verona Judith von Calw died on 27 September 1091 at Salerno, Italy.3

Family

Graf im Breisgau, Markgraf von Verona Hermann I von Zähringen b. circa 1045, d. 26 April 1074
Child

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Zähringer.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Zähringer, um 1045/50.
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Zähringer, 27.9.1091 Salerno.

Markgräfin von Turin, Herzogin von Schwaben Adelheid von Turin1

b. circa 1015, d. 19 December 1091
Markgräfin von Turin, Herzogin von Schwaben Adelheid von Turin|b. c 1015\nd. 19 Dec 1091|p353.htm#i5657|Manfred II Odelrich, 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|Manfred I., Markgraf von Turin|b. c 948\nd. c 1000|p331.htm#i16207|Prangarde von Canossa, Markgräfin von Turin|b. c 958|p142.htm#i16208|Otbert I., Pfalzgraf von Mailand|b. 947\nd. a 1014|p334.htm#i8829|Railinda di Como|b. c 945|p67.htm#i8830|
FatherManfred II Odelrich, Markgraf von Turin b. circa 992?, d. before 23 December 1035
MotherBertha von Luni b. circa 980?, d. 29 December 1037
     Markgräfin von Turin, Herzogin von Schwaben Adelheid von Turin was daughter of Manfred II Odelrich.2 Also called Adelaide di Turin.3 Countess of Savoy.4 She was related to Gebhard I, Graf von Sulzbach; the younger son of Herzog Hermann IV von Schwaben and Adelheid von Turin, daughter of Markgraf Manfred II Odelrich.2 Markgräfin von Turin, Herzogin von Schwaben Adelheid von Turin was related to Graf von Kastl Hermann I "der Ältere" von Babenberg; the older son of Herzogs Hermann IV von Schwaben and Adelheid von Turin.2 Markgräfin von Turin, Herzogin von Schwaben Adelheid von Turin was born circa 1015.5,2,6 She was the daughter of Manfred II Odelrich, Markgraf von Turin and Bertha von Luni. Duchess of Swabia.4 Margraven of Turin.4 Markgräfin von Turin, Herzogin von Schwaben Adelheid von Turin married Herman IV, Herzog von Schwaben, Markgraf von Turin-Susa, son of Ernst I "der Ältere", Herzog von Schwaben and Kaiserin Gisela von Schwaben, in 1035; His 1st. Her 1st.2,7 Marchioness of Segusium at Susa, Province of Turin, Italy, in 1035.5 Markgräfin von Turin, Herzogin von Schwaben Adelheid von Turin married Markgraf von Montferrat Heinrich von Montferrat, son of Wilhelm II, Markgraf von Montferrat and Waza (?), circa 1042; Her 2nd.8 Markgräfin von Turin, Herzogin von Schwaben Adelheid von Turin married Odo, comte de Savoie, son of Humbert I "the White Handed", comte de Savoie and Anzilla von Lenzburg, in 1045; Her 3rd (widow).5,9 Markgräfin von Turin, Herzogin von Schwaben Adelheid von Turin died on 19 December 1091.5,2

Family 1

Odo, comte de Savoie b. 1021, d. 19 February 1059
Children

Family 2

Herman IV, Herzog von Schwaben, Markgraf von Turin-Susa b. 1015, d. 28 July 1038
Children

Citations

  1. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Zähringer.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Grafen Von Sulzbach.
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 93-32.
  4. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Markgrafen von Turin.
  5. [S438] Theroff's Royal Genealogies, online http://pages.prodigy.net/ptheroff/, savoy.wri, 1/21/00.
  6. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Markgrafen von Turin, um 1015.
  7. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Markgrafen von Turin, 1035.
  8. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Markgrafen von Turin, um 1042.
  9. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Markgrafen von Turin, 1045.
  10. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen von Sulzbach.
  11. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 279-32.

Boson de la Rochefoucaud, vicomte de Châtellerault1

b. circa 1050, d. 1092
Boson de la Rochefoucaud, vicomte de Châtellerault|b. c 1050\nd. 1092|p353.htm#i7692|Hugues de la Rochefoucaud I, vicomte de Châtellerault|b. 1010\nd. c 1070|p348.htm#i7694|N. N. de Châtellerault|b. c 1027|p61.htm#i7695|Foucaud I., seigner de la Roche en Angoumois|b. c 980?|p105.htm#i12903|Jarsande (?)|b. c 990?|p105.htm#i12904|Boson I., vicomte de Châtellerault|b. c 980|p105.htm#i12899|Amelie (?)|b. c 990|p105.htm#i12900|
FatherHugues de la Rochefoucaud I, vicomte de Châtellerault2 b. 1010, d. circa 1070
MotherN. N. de Châtellerault2 b. circa 1027
     Boson de la Rochefoucaud, vicomte de Châtellerault was born circa 1050. He was the son of Hugues de la Rochefoucaud I, vicomte de Châtellerault and N. N. de Châtellerault.2 Boson de la Rochefoucaud, vicomte de Châtellerault married Ænor de Thouars, daughter of Amauri IV, vicomte de Thouars and Ameline (?), before 1075.1 Boson de la Rochefoucaud, vicomte de Châtellerault died in 1092.

Family

Ænor de Thouars b. circa 1055
Child

Citations

  1. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., IV:461.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 305-32.

Sophie, Grafin von Bar

b. between 1020 and 1025, d. 1092
Sophie, Grafin von Bar|b. bt 1020 - 1025\nd. 1092|p353.htm#i8085|Friedrich II, Herzog von Ober-Lothringen|b. c 992\nd. 13 May, 1026/7|p274.htm#i8075|Mathilda von Schwaben|b. c 988\nd. 29 July, 1031/2|p276.htm#i8074|Dietrich I., Herzog von Ober-Lothringen|b. 965\nd. 11 Apr|p283.htm#i8076|Richilde von Bliesgau|b. c 976?\nd. b 995|p330.htm#i8077|Hermann I., Herzog von Schwaben|b. bt 945 - 950\nd. 4 May 1003|p332.htm#i8069|Gerberga, Gräfin von Werl, Herzogin von Schwaben|b. bt 965 - 966\nd. 07 July, 1018/19|p272.htm#i8068|
FatherFriedrich II, Herzog von Ober-Lothringen1 b. circa 992, d. 13 May, 1026/7
MotherMathilda von Schwaben1 b. circa 988, d. 29 July, 1031/2
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Also called Sophie, comtessa de Bar-le-Duc.1 Sophie, Grafin von Bar was born between 1020 and 1025.2 She was the daughter of Friedrich II, Herzog von Ober-Lothringen and Mathilda von Schwaben.1 Countess of Bar at Lorraine between 1033 and 1093. Sophie, Grafin von Bar married Louis, comte de Montbéliard, son of Richwin de Montbéliard and Hildegarde von Egisheim, before 1034.3 Countess of Sundgau-Pfirt.4 Sophie, Grafin von Bar died in 1092. Died at the end of the year.5,6 She was the predecessor of Thierry I, comte de Bar; Comte de Montbelliard, de Bar, de Mouson, de Ferrette, & de Verdun.1

Family

Louis, comte de Montbéliard b. 1019, d. 1073
Children

Citations

  1. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., V:505.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Konradiner, ca 1020/25.
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Konradiner, vor 1034.
  4. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familier der Grafen von Bar.
  5. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 247-31.
  6. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Konradiner, 1092.
  7. [S969] McBride's Genealogy, online http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~pmcbride/genweb.html, References: [RFC],[ES].

Fastre I d' Oisy1

b. circa 1035, d. 1092
     Advocate of Tournai. Fastre I d' Oisy was born circa 1035. He married Ide d' Avesnes, daughter of seigneur d' Avesnes Wedric II d' Avesnes, before 1065.2 Fastre I d' Oisy died in 1092.2,3

Family

Ide d' Avesnes b. circa 1038
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 50-31.
  2. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Avesnes.

Baron Méen II de Fougères1

d. 1092
Baron Méen II de Fougères|d. 1092|p353.htm#i14702|Seigneur Alfred de Fougères|d. 1048|p342.htm#i14701||||Seigneur Méen I. de Fougères|d. 1020|p336.htm#i14700||||||||||
FatherSeigneur Alfred de Fougères2 d. 1048
     Baron Méen II de Fougères was the son of Seigneur Alfred de Fougères.2 Baron Méen II de Fougères married Adelaide Giffard, daughter of Walter Giffard, seigneur de Longueville, circa 1070.3 Baron Méen II de Fougères died in 1092.2

Family

Adelaide Giffard b. circa 1050
Child

Citations

  1. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Méen de Fougères, 98.
  2. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Méen de Fougères, 96.
  3. [S682] D.S.O. Lt.-Col. W. H. Turton, Turton, pg. 82.
  4. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Méen de Fougères, 99.

Friedrich von Luetzelburg1

b. circa 1055, d. 1092
     Friedrich von Luetzelburg was born circa 1055. He married Agnes de Savoie, daughter of Pierre I, comte de Savoie and Agnès, Kaiserin der Römisches Reich, in 1080.1 Margrave of Susa before 1092. Friedrich von Luetzelburg died in 1092.1

Family

Agnes de Savoie b. circa 1065, d. after 1110

Citations

  1. [S438] Theroff's Royal Genealogies, online http://pages.prodigy.net/ptheroff/, savoy.wri, 1/21/00.

Ruben I, Prince of Cilicia1,2

b. circa 1050?, d. 1092
Ruben I, Prince of Cilicia|b. c 1050?\nd. 1092|p353.htm#i19327|N. N. Arcruni|b. c 1025?|p222.htm#i25511||||N. N. Arcruni|b. c 995?|p221.htm#i25510||||||||||
FatherN. N. Arcruni b. circa 1025?
     One most important point is exactly how this state was formed. Strictly speaking, it had nothing to do with the principle of free conquest that governed invasions. The Armenian princes and feudal families that had emigrated to Cilicia and the neighbourring regions had been driven there by the Byzantine government itself, which gave them land in exchange for the territories the empire had confiscated. The formation of an autonomous Armenian state in Cilicia was the outcome of the revolt against this vassalage, in an attempt to recover lost dignity.3
"
One day (when the other Gagik had become king), Gagik went off to hunt and became drunk. At a sultry hour, he dismounted to rest under the shade of the trees, having no one with him except one small lad, since all the others were scattered about, hunting. Greeks came upon them, recognized Gagik, seized him and took him to a fortress. When the king came to his senses from the wine, he opened his eyes and exclaimed: "Where am I"? And the Romans replied: "Where is our metropolitan Markos"? And they hurled him from the wall of the fortress with insults. He crashed to the ground and died. As for the lad who was with him, an Armenian merchant purchased him and made him his son-in-law.

Subsequently, when the lad became a man, he went hunting for partridge with another man, near the border of Cilicia. And there stood a fortress there which they call Bardzrberd. A Byzantine (Roman) bishop resided in this fortress. An acquaintance was struck up between the man and the bishop, and they became dear to each other. They ate and drank together for many days. Yet the man had not put out of his mind what the Byzantines had done to his relative, king Gagik.

One day, when all of the bishop's deacons had gone out of the fortress to see to some needed work, the bishop was left alone there with a youth. The hunter came close to the fortress to hunt partridge; seeing the bishop on the walls, he called to him to come out so that they might eat together. The bishop invited the man to come into the fortress, but he did not consent. So the bishop came down to him, without his deacon.

When the man saw that the bishop was coming alone, he realized that there was no one else in the fortress and he said to the man with him: "Today is a good opportunity to avenge with blood the murder of our king, which the Byzantines were responsible for. Take heed! Perhaps the bishop will send you into the fortress. If so, try to take it, and inform me by some hand signal that you have, and I will kill the bishop.

As soon as the bishop arrived, they began to eat. Once the wine gave out, the bishop said to the attendant: "Go to the fortress over there and bring us wine so we may rejoice together".

The man went and gave the bishop's order to his servant. As soon as the servant kneeled over the barrel to fetch some wine, the man seized him by his feet, turned him upside down and drowned him in the wine. Going up to the walls, he notified his lord that he had taken the fortress.

Down below the walls the hunter strangled the bishop. Then entering the fortress, he seized what was there and increased his own property both by force and deceit, until he, his sons, and grandsons ruled Cilicia, city and district. This man was the forbear of king Lewon, who enlarged the boundaries by his bravery, as we shall relate in its proper place."4
"

Ruben I, Prince of Cilicia was probably a relative of the last king of Ani, Gagik II Bagratuni.3 He was of the sons and descendants of Gagik Artsruni (a 13th Century claim).5 King Gagik II of Ani had married a daughter of Davit, son of John-Senek'erim, of the Artsruni kingly line. Ruben is said to be a descendant of the Artsruni. Ruben could have been the 2nd cousin, twice removed, of Gagik II's wife. That is how they'd be related. Did she help her younger cousin to get a job at the court of the other Gagik, ruling in Kars, such that he'd be a mere aide, and lad at the time? Perhaps. -rbs.6 He married N. N. the Armenian, daughter of N. N. the Armenian.7 Ruben I, Prince of Cilicia was a lieutenant of Gagik II.8 He was born circa 1050?. He was the son of N. N. Arcruni. Ruben I, Prince of Cilicia was a relative of Gagik Bagratuni, the King of Kars, whose murder by the Greeks he witnessed.4 He witnessed the death of Gagik, King of Kars in 1068/69; He was killed by the Greeks in revenge for his murdering the metropolitan of Caesarea.7 Ruben I, Prince of Cilicia was a witness where Oshin I, Lord of Lampron established himself at Lambron circa 1080 at (now Çamliyayla), Cilicia, Anatolia.8 Ruben I, Prince of Cilicia established himself at Bardzrberd in the Taurus Mountains circa 1080.8 He established his authority in the mountainous regions of Cilicia, founding a principality that bore his name: Rubinian in 1080.3 Prince of Cilicia at Armenia Minor, Anatolia, between 1080 and 1092.3 He died in 1092.1 He was the predecessor of Constantine I, Prince of Cilicia; Prince of Cilicia.8,9

Family

N. N. the Armenian
Child

Citations

  1. [S682] D.S.O. Lt.-Col. W. H. Turton, Turton, pg. 32.
  2. [S1167] Kirakos Ganjakets'i, HoA: Kirakos' (13th C), (Robert Bedrosian, translator): Chap. 1.
  3. [S590] Hye Etch, online http://www.hyeetch.nareg.com.au/armenians/history_p1.html
  4. [S1167] Kirakos Ganjakets'i, HoA: Kirakos' (13th C), (Robert Bedrosian, translator): pg. 93-95.
  5. [S1167] Kirakos Ganjakets'i, HoA: Kirakos' (13th C), (Robert Bedrosian, translator): pg. 99.
  6. [S750] Robert B. Stewart, "My Theories".
  7. [S1167] Kirakos Ganjakets'i, HoA: Kirakos' (13th C), (Robert Bedrosian, translator): pg. 93.
  8. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Armenia.
  9. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html, Anatolia - Cilicia.

Richard, 4th seigneur de Montfort1

b. 1062?, d. 1092
Richard, 4th seigneur de Montfort|b. 1062?\nd. 1092|p353.htm#i24147|Simon I, seigneur de Montfort|b. 1025\nd. 1087|p352.htm#i5258|Agnes d' Évereux|b. c 1042?|p45.htm#i5259|Amauri I., 1st seigneur de Montfort|b. 993\nd. c 1053|p343.htm#i5260|Bertrade (?)|b. 995|p45.htm#i5261|Richard, 2nd comte d' Évereux|b. 986\nd. 1067|p347.htm#i5263|Adelaide de Barcelona|b. 1004\nd. 1051|p343.htm#i5264|
FatherSimon I, seigneur de Montfort1 b. 1025, d. 1087
MotherAgnes d' Évereux1 b. circa 1042?
     Richard, 4th seigneur de Montfort was son of Simon by his 3rd wife, and heir of his half-brother Amauri the Strong.2 He was born in 1062?. He was the son of Simon I, seigneur de Montfort and Agnes d' Évereux.1 Richard, 4th seigneur de Montfort was the successor of Amauri II "the Strong", 3rd seigneur de Montfort; 3rd Seigneur of Montfort.2 4th Seigneur de Montfort at France between 1089 and 1092.2 Richard, 4th seigneur de Montfort was a witness where William de Bréteuil attached by Richard, new Seigneur of Montfort, who was trying to avenge his brother's death in 1092.2 Richard, 4th seigneur de Montfort strove to avenge his stepbrother's death on William de Bréteuil, against whom he assisted Ascelin Goel in 1092.2 He subsequently arranged a peace between William de Bréteuil and Ascelin Goel.2 He died in 1092 at towards year's end at age 30 years. He was mortally wounded in an attack on the Abbey of Conches.2 He was the predecessor of Simon II "le Jeune", 5th seigneur de Montfort; 5th Seigneur of Montfort.2

Citations

  1. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VII:App.D:711.
  2. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VII:App.D:712.

Graf von Lechsgemünd Kuno I von Frankenhausen1

b. circa 1021, d. between 1092 and 1094
Graf von Lechsgemünd Kuno I von Frankenhausen|b. c 1021\nd. bt 1092 - 1094|p353.htm#i9898|Heinrich II von Schweinfurt, Graf an der Pegnitz|b. a 1003\nd. c 1043|p341.htm#i9904|N. N. von Altdorf|b. c 1005|p75.htm#i9905|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|Kuno I., Graf im Sualafeld|b. c 975\nd. a 1020|p336.htm#i9906||||
FatherHeinrich II von Schweinfurt, Graf an der Pegnitz b. after 1003, d. circa 1043
MotherN. N. von Altdorf b. circa 1005
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Also called Kuno I von Lechsgemünd.2 Graf von Lechsgemünd Kuno I von Frankenhausen was born circa 1021. He was the son of Heinrich II von Schweinfurt, Graf an der Pegnitz and N. N. von Altdorf. Graf von Lechsgemünd Kuno I von Frankenhausen married Mechthild von Horburg, daughter of Graf von Achalm Rudolf von Achalm and Adelheid von Wülflingen, before 1040.3 Graf von Lechsgemünd Kuno I von Frankenhausen died between 1092 and 1094.3

Family

Mechthild von Horburg b. 1015, d. 30 September
Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 213-33.
  2. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Bishöfe von Utrecht.
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Grafen von Achalm.

Ruggero, Signore di Sanseverino, Conte di Rota1

b. circa 1069, d. between 1092 and 1125
Ruggero, Signore di Sanseverino, Conte di Rota|b. c 1069\nd. bt 1092 - 1125|p353.htm#i28583|Turigisio, Signore di Sanseverino, Conte di Rota|b. c 1039?\nd. a 4 Apr 1081|p350.htm#i28585||||||||||||||||
FatherTurigisio, Signore di Sanseverino, Conte di Rota1 b. circa 1039?, d. after 4 April 1081
     Ruggero, Signore di Sanseverino, Conte di Rota was born circa 1069. He was the son of Turigisio, Signore di Sanseverino, Conte di Rota.1 Ruggero, Signore di Sanseverino, Conte di Rota married Sirca di Salerno, daughter of Pandolfo, Principi di Salerno and Theodora von Spoleto.1 Ruggero, Signore di Sanseverino, Conte di Rota died between 1092 and 1125.1

Family

Sirca di Salerno b. circa 1079?
Child

Citations

  1. [S1401] GdDI, online www.sardimpex.com\index.htm, Sanseverino.

Constable of Oxford Robert I d' Oilly1

d. 1091/92
Constable of Oxford Robert I d' Oilly|d. 1091/92|p353.htm#i20966|N. N. d' Oilly||p190.htm#i20965||||||||||||||||
FatherN. N. d' Oilly1
     Constable of Oxford Robert I d' Oilly was the son of N. N. d' Oilly.1 Constable of Oxford Robert I d' Oilly was a Norman from Ouilly-le-Basset, Calvados, Normandy.2 He married Alditha of Wallingford, daughter of Wygod of Wallingford.1 Constable of Oxford Robert I d' Oilly made his fortune by his prowess during the Hastings campaign, but is not recorded as being at Hastings on 14 October 1066.3,4 At the time of the general survey possessed four lordships in Berkshire, fourteen in Herefordshire, seven in Buckinghamshire, three in Gloucestershire, and three in Northamptonshire, one in Bedfordshire, one in Warwickshire, and twenty-eight in Oxfordshire, in all sixty-one manors; besides forty-two habitable houses in Oxford, and eight which then lay waste, with thirty acres of meadow land adjoining the wall, and a mill valued at ten shillings per annum of the money of that time. In 1068.1 He died in 1091/92.2

Family

Alditha of Wallingford
Child

Citations

  1. [S209] Somerset Herald J.R. Planché, Planché, J.R., "ROBERT D'OILEY".
  2. [S1032] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday People, Robert de Oilli, pg. 378.
  3. [S1032] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday People, Robert de Oilli, pg. 378 - says he did.
  4. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, XII/1, App. L, pg. 47-48 - does not say he did.

Vratislav I, Král Ceská1,2

b. circa 1035, d. 14 January 1092
Vratislav I, Král Ceská|b. c 1035\nd. 14 Jan 1092|p353.htm#i7470|Bretislav I, Kníze Ceská|b. c 1003\nd. 10 Jan 1055|p344.htm#i8414|Judith von Schweinfurt|b. c 1006\nd. 2 Aug 1058|p345.htm#i22297|Odalrich, Kníze Ceská|b. c 985\nd. 1037|p339.htm#i8415|Bozena (?)|b. c 990\nd. 1052|p343.htm#i22587|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|
FatherBretislav I, Kníze Ceská b. circa 1003, d. 10 January 1055
MotherJudith von Schweinfurt3 b. circa 1006, d. 2 August 1058
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Also called of Cechy Chechy for Bohemia. Vratislav I, Král Ceská was born circa 1035. He was the son of Bretislav I, Kníze Ceská and Judith von Schweinfurt.3 Vratislav I, Král Ceská married Adelhaid, Hercegnõ Magyarország, daughter of András I, Király Magyarország and Anastasia Yaroslavna Agmunda, Princess of Kiev, between 1056 and 1058.4 Duke of Bohemia between 1061 and 1092.5 Vratislav I, Král Ceská married Swatawa of Poland, daughter of Kazimierz I Odnowiciel, Król Polska and Dobroniega Yaroslavna, in 1062; His 3rd.6 Vratislav I, Král Ceská was obtained from the Holy Roman emperor Henry IV the title of king (král od roku) of Bohemia as a personal (i.e., nonhereditary) privilege in 1086.7 King of Bohemia at German Empire between 1086 and 1092.5 He died on 14 January 1092.4

Family 1

Adelhaid, Hercegnõ Magyarország b. circa 1040, d. 27 January 1062
Children

Family 2

Swatawa of Poland b. 1040?, d. 1126
Child

Citations

  1. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 244-8.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 362-33.
  3. [S667] Gastel Family Database, online http://worldroots.com/go?/gastel/gasindex.html, 37..
  4. [S438] Theroff's Royal Genealogies, online http://pages.prodigy.net/ptheroff/, arpad.txt 4/15/99.
  5. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, The Premyslid rulers of Bohemia (895-1306), from Czechoslovak region, history of.
  6. [S681] Jiri Louda and Michael MacLagan, Louda & MacLagan, 1981, Table #85.
  7. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  8. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, THE PREMYSLIDS.
  9. [S203] R. F. Tapsell, Royalty of the World, 69.a.18, S13.

Armengol IV, conde d' Urgell1

b. circa 1056, d. 28 March 1092
Armengol IV, conde d' Urgell|b. c 1056\nd. 28 Mar 1092|p353.htm#i9636|Armengol III, conde d' Urgell|b. c 1033\nd. bt Feb 1065 - Mar 1065|p346.htm#i9638|Clemencia de Bigorre|b. c 1035\nd. a 1065|p346.htm#i9641|Armengol I. "el Peregrino", conde d' Urgell|b. 1009\nd. 1038|p340.htm#i9642|Constance V. de Besalú|b. c 1013|p74.htm#i9643|Bernardo I., comte de Bigorre|b. a 1010\nd. c 1077|p349.htm#i9639|Clemencia (?)|b. c 1015\nd. a 1062|p346.htm#i9640|
FatherArmengol III, conde d' Urgell b. circa 1033, d. between February 1065 and March 1065
MotherClemencia de Bigorre b. circa 1035, d. after 1065
     Also called Ermengaude IV.2 Armengol IV, conde d' Urgell was the successor of Armengol III, conde d' Urgell; Count of Urgell. Armengol IV, conde d' Urgell was born circa 1056. He was the son of Armengol III, conde d' Urgell and Clemencia de Bigorre. Count of Urgell at Lérida Province, Catalonia, Spain, between 1065 and 1092.3 Armengol IV, conde d' Urgell married Adélaïde de Provence, daughter of Guilhem Bertrand, comte de Provence and Adélaïde de Carnavese, in 1079; His 2nd.3,2 Armengol IV, conde d' Urgell died on 28 March 1092.

Family

Adélaïde de Provence b. circa 1058, d. after 1129
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 195-32.
  2. [S682] D.S.O. Lt.-Col. W. H. Turton, Turton, pg. 11.
  3. [S460] Counts of Provence 11th Century, online http://perso.club-internet.fr/jfcampio/BaseDonn.htm

Graf von Achalm und Wülflingen Kuno von Achalm1

d. 16 October 1092
Graf von Achalm und Wülflingen Kuno von Achalm|d. 16 Oct 1092|p353.htm#i21974|Graf von Achalm Rudolf von Achalm|b. c 985\nd. 24 Sep|p284.htm#i9900|Adelheid von Wülflingen|b. c 975?\nd. 29 Aug 1065|p346.htm#i9901|N. N. von Achalm||p195.htm#i21981||||Liutold, Graf von Mömpelgard|b. c 947?|p75.htm#i9902|Willibirg von Wülflingen|b. c 955?|p75.htm#i9903|
FatherGraf von Achalm Rudolf von Achalm1 b. circa 985, d. 24 September
MotherAdelheid von Wülflingen1 b. circa 975?, d. 29 August 1065
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Graf von Achalm und Wülflingen Kuno von Achalm was the son of Graf von Achalm Rudolf von Achalm and Adelheid von Wülflingen.1 Graf von Achalm und Wülflingen Kuno von Achalm died on 16 October 1092 at Wülflingen.1

Citations

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

Beatrice de Montbéliard1

b. circa 1043, d. 25 October 1092
Beatrice de Montbéliard|b. c 1043\nd. 25 Oct 1092|p353.htm#i21781|Louis, comte de Montbéliard|b. 1019\nd. 1073|p348.htm#i8084|Sophie, Grafin von Bar|b. bt 1020 - 1025\nd. 1092|p353.htm#i8085|Richwin de Montbéliard|b. c 999\nd. a 1028|p337.htm#i8090|Hildegarde von Egisheim|b. a 995|p63.htm#i8091|Friedrich I., Herzog von Ober-Lothringen|b. c 992\nd. 13 May, 1026/7|p274.htm#i8075|Mathilda von Schwaben|b. c 988\nd. 29 July, 1031/2|p276.htm#i8074|
FatherLouis, comte de Montbéliard2 b. 1019, d. 1073
MotherSophie, Grafin von Bar1 b. between 1020 and 1025, d. 1092
     Also called Beatrix von Pfirt.3 Beatrice de Montbéliard was born circa 1043. She was the daughter of Louis, comte de Montbéliard and Sophie, Grafin von Bar.2,1 Beatrice de Montbéliard married Berthold I "der Bärtige" von Zähringen, Markgraf von Verona, Herzog von Kärnten, son of Graf im Breisgau Berthold III im Breisgau and Lütgard? von Nellenburg; His 2nd.2 Beatrice de Montbéliard died on 25 October 1092.2

Family

Berthold I "der Bärtige" von Zähringen, Markgraf von Verona, Herzog von Kärnten b. circa 1000, d. 5 November 1078

Citations

  1. [S969] McBride's Genealogy, online http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~pmcbride/genweb.html, References: [RFC],[ES].
  2. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., V:505.
  3. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Zähringer.

Ilbert I de Lacy of Pontefract1

b. circa 1045, d. circa 1093
     Ilbert I de Lacy of Pontefract was born circa 1045. He married Hadvisa uxor Ilberti de Lacy.2 Ilbert I de Lacy of Pontefract present at the Battle of Hastings and consequently rewarded with estates known as the Pontefract lands in 1066.3 He was given the task by "William the Bastard" of quelling the Anglian insurrection in the district during "The Harrying of the North".3 Lord of Pontefract Castle before 1089.3 He died circa 1093.

Family

Hadvisa uxor Ilberti de Lacy d. before 1100
Child

Citations

  1. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 538.
  2. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 537.
  3. [S937] Honour of Pontefract, online http://members.tripod.com/~midgley/honour.html

Guillaume IV, comte de Toulouse1

b. circa 1046?, d. 1093
Guillaume IV, comte de Toulouse|b. c 1046?\nd. 1093|p353.htm#i7701|Pons III, comte de Toulouse|b. c 991\nd. 1060|p345.htm#i7508|Adelmodie de la Marche|b. c 1011?\nd. 17 Nov 1071|p348.htm#i5377|Guillaume III "Taillefer", comte de Toulouse|b. 947\nd. 1028|p337.htm#i8231|Emma d' Arles|b. c 1001\nd. 1028|p337.htm#i8232|Bernard I., comte de la Marche|b. c 986\nd. 1047|p342.htm#i8209|Amelie|b. c 990|p68.htm#i8925|
FatherPons III, comte de Toulouse b. circa 991, d. 1060
MotherAdelmodie de la Marche b. circa 1011?, d. 17 November 1071
     Guillaume IV, comte de Toulouse was the successor of Pons III, comte de Toulouse; Count of Toulouse.2 Guillaume IV, comte de Toulouse was born circa 1046?. He was the son of Pons III, comte de Toulouse and Adelmodie de la Marche. Count of Toulouse at Aquitaine, France, between 1060 and 1088.3 Guillaume IV, comte de Toulouse married Emma de Mortaigne, daughter of Robert, comte de Mortaigne and Matildis de Montgomery; His 2nd.4 Guillaume IV, comte de Toulouse was the predecessor of Raimond IV, comte de Toulouse; Count of Toulouse.3 Guillaume IV, comte de Toulouse died in 1093 at Huesca, Spain. Died in battle.

Family

Emma de Mortaigne d. 1080
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 371-30, 374-30.
  2. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html, France, Toulouse, but 1037-1060 (though his father actually died in 1028).
  3. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html, France, Toulouse.
  4. [S1032] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday People, Robert Comes De Moritonie, pg. 372.

Ivo Taillebois, Sheriff of Lincolnshire1,2

b. circa 1050?, d. 1093
     Ivo Taillebois, Sheriff of Lincolnshire was a Norman from Calvados, Normandy.2 He was the brother of Ralph Taillebois.2 He was of unknown parentage.3 Also called Yvo de Taillebois.4 Earl of March, Chester, and Lincoln.5 He married Lucy "the Countess" of Lincoln, daughter of Turold of Bucknell, Sheriff of Lincoln and N. N. Malet; Her 1st.6,7,2 Ivo Taillebois, Sheriff of Lincolnshire and Lucy "the Countess" of Lincoln founded, or perhaps re-founded, a priory at Spalding subject to St Nicholas, Angers.7 Ivo Taillebois, Sheriff of Lincolnshire was born circa 1050?. He was employed at the siege of Ely in 1071.3 He was a notable and ruthless royal official, active against both Hereward the Wake and Ralph of Gael.2 He took part in the settlement of the liberties of Ely circa 1080.3 He and Lucy "the Countess" of Lincoln made a grant to Saint-Nicholas d'Angers in 1083.2 Sheriff of Lincolnshire at England in 1086.2,8 Ivo Taillebois, Sheriff of Lincolnshire had custody of the lands of the see of Durham on the expulsion of the Bishop for taking the part of Duke Robert in 1088.3 Dapifer in 1091.3 He died in 1093 at in, or shortly after.2 His fief passed to the heirs of Lucy's third husband, Ranulf I, Earl of Chester, and none of it passed to the heirs of his daughter Beatrice, wife of Ribald.2 He died in 1114.4

Family

Lucy "the Countess" of Lincoln b. circa 1066
Child

Citations

  1. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 457.
  2. [S1032] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday People, Iuo Tillebois, pg. 283.
  3. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VII:743.
  4. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/, 1ere MAISON D'ANJOU.
  5. [S842] Harleian Society, "Visitiation Cheshire 1580: Chester Earls".
  6. [S682] D.S.O. Lt.-Col. W. H. Turton, Turton, pg. 95.
  7. [S936] K. S. B. Keats-Rohan, "Parentage of Countess Lucy".
  8. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VII:743, in or before 1086.
  9. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 539.

Rhys II ap Tewdwr, Brenin Deheubarth1

b. circa 1060, d. 1093
Rhys II ap Tewdwr, Brenin Deheubarth|b. c 1060\nd. 1093|p353.htm#i7339|Tewdwr Mawr ap Cadell|b. c 1030|p94.htm#i11724||||Cadell ab Einon|b. b 984|p103.htm#i12508||||||||||
FatherTewdwr Mawr ap Cadell2 b. circa 1030
     Arms: Gules, a lion rampant within a bordure indented or.3 Rhys II ap Tewdwr, Brenin Deheubarth was born circa 1060.1 He was the son of Tewdwr Mawr ap Cadell.2 Rhys II ap Tewdwr, Brenin Deheubarth married Gwladus verch Rhiwallon o Powys, daughter of Rhiwallon ap Cynfyn, Prince of Powys, before 1073. King of Deheubarth at Wales between 1078 and 1093.4 Rhys II ap Tewdwr, Brenin Deheubarth died in 1093 at Wales. Fell in battle against the Normans who had occupied Brycheiniog.1,5 He was the predecessor of Gruffydd ap Rhys, Brenin Deheubarth; King of Deheubarth.4

Family

Gwladus verch Rhiwallon o Powys b. circa 1060
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., 178-1.
  2. [S272] Francis Jones, Jones, F., pg. 21, Chart III, The Dynasty of Deheubarth.
  3. [S1216] C.B., L.L.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir John Bernard Burke, B:GA, pg. lxi.
  4. [S640] History Files, online http://homepages.tesco.net/~plk33/plk33/history.htm, CELTS OF CYMRU , DEHEUBARTH.
  5. [S272] Francis Jones, Jones, F., pg 21..
  6. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Einion ab Owain, 91.
  7. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, XI:App. D, pg. 110.
  8. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, X:11.

Amauri IV, vicomte de Thouars1

b. circa 1024, d. 1093
Amauri IV, vicomte de Thouars|b. c 1024\nd. 1093|p353.htm#i7696|vicomte de Thouars Geoffroy II de Thouars|b. b 980\nd. c 1055|p344.htm#i8003|Ainor (?) dite Aldearde|b. c 990\nd. a 1055|p344.htm#i9436|vicomte de Thouars Savary I. de Thouars|b. c 970\nd. 1004|p332.htm#i9435||||||||||
Fathervicomte de Thouars Geoffroy II de Thouars1 b. before 980, d. circa 1055
MotherAinor (?) dite Aldearde1 b. circa 990, d. after 1055
      Amauri IV, vicomte de Thouars was born circa 1024. He was the son of vicomte de Thouars Geoffroy II de Thouars and Ainor (?) dite Aldearde.1 Amauri IV, vicomte de Thouars married Aurengarde de Mauleon, daughter of N. N. de Mauleon, before 1043; His 1st.2 Amauri IV, vicomte de Thouars married Ameline (?); His 2nd.3 Amauri IV, vicomte de Thouars was a witness where Alain IV "Fergent", duc de Bretagne led, along with Aimeri IV, Vicomte de Thouars, the left wing of William the Conqueror's army in the invasion of England in 1066.2 Amauri IV, vicomte de Thouars was a companion of William the Conqueror in the conquest of England on 14 August 1066. William of Normandy invades and takes England. On 14 October 1066 at the Battle of Hastings, England.4 He was recorded by William of Poitiers, he is the 6th of 20 men known with certainty to have fought with William the Conqueror on 14 October 1066 at the Battle of Hastings, England.4 He died in 1093. Murdered.5 Amauri IV, vicomte de Thouars was buried in Saint-Nicholas-de-la-Chaise.

Family 1

Aurengarde de Mauleon b. circa 1032
Children

Family 2

Ameline (?)
Children

Citations

  1. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., IV:190.
  2. [S209] Somerset Herald J.R. Planché, Planché, J.R..
  3. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., IV:191.
  4. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, XII/1, App. L, pg. 47-48.
  5. [S682] D.S.O. Lt.-Col. W. H. Turton, Turton, pg. 187.

Guilhem Bertrand, comte de Provence1

b. circa 1035, d. 1093
Guilhem Bertrand, comte de Provence|b. c 1035\nd. 1093|p353.htm#i9674|Foulques Bertrand de Provence|b. a 1003\nd. 27 Apr 1051|p343.htm#i5096|N. N. de Toulouse|b. c 1015?\nd. 1095|p354.htm#i5097|Guilhem I., comte de Provence|b. 986\nd. 1019|p335.htm#i8235|Gerberge de Bourgogne|b. c 985\nd. bt 1019 - 1024|p335.htm#i8236|Pons I., comte de Toulouse|b. c 991\nd. 1060|p345.htm#i7508||||
FatherFoulques Bertrand de Provence2 b. after 1003, d. 27 April 1051
MotherN. N. de Toulouse2 b. circa 1015?, d. 1095
     Guilhem Bertrand, comte de Provence was born circa 1035. He was the son of Foulques Bertrand de Provence and N. N. de Toulouse.2 Guilhem Bertrand, comte de Provence was the successor of Foulques Bertrand de Provence; Count of Provence. Guilhem Bertrand, comte de Provence married Adélaïde de Carnavese, daughter of Arduin II, Graf von Ivrea, before 1058.3 Count of Provence at Holy Roman Empire before 1066.3 Guilhem Bertrand, comte de Provence was the predecessor of Gerberge de Provence; Countess of Provence.3 Guilhem Bertrand, comte de Provence died in 1067. Per ES.4 He died in 1093.

Family

Adélaïde de Carnavese b. circa 1039, d. after 12 October 1113
Child

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 197-33.
  2. [S460] Counts of Provence 11th Century, online http://perso.club-internet.fr/jfcampio/BaseDonn.htm, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd hypothesis..
  3. [S460] Counts of Provence 11th Century, online http://perso.club-internet.fr/jfcampio/BaseDonn.htm
  4. [S460] Counts of Provence 11th Century, online http://perso.club-internet.fr/jfcampio/BaseDonn.htm, Version donnée par les Europaische stammtafeln.

Edwin of Tegeingl

b. circa 1030, d. 1093
Edwin of Tegeingl|b. c 1030\nd. 1093|p353.htm#i11815|unknown (?)|b. c 1000|p150.htm#i17019||||||||||||||||
Fatherunknown (?)1 b. circa 1000
     Edwin of Tegeingl was born circa 1030. He was the son of unknown (?).1 Edwin of Tegeingl married Iwerydd ferch Cynfyn o Powys, daughter of Cynfyn ap Gwerystan o Powys and unknown (?), before 1058.1 Edwin of Tegeingl died in 1093.

Family

Iwerydd ferch Cynfyn o Powys b. circa 1043
Child

Citations

  1. [S483] Stewart Baldwin, Llywelyn ap Iorwerth's ancestors in "Baldwin-Llywelyn," listserve message Dec 1998.

Alain I "le Roux" de Bretagne1

b. 1040?, d. 1093
Alain I "le Roux" de Bretagne|b. 1040?\nd. 1093|p353.htm#i12217|Eudes, comte de Penthièvre|b. c 1002?\nd. 7 Jan 1079|p350.htm#i8422|Onven de Cornoüaille|b. c 1005|p57.htm#i8423|Geoffroy I., comte de Bretagne|b. 980\nd. 20 Nov 1008|p333.htm#i7824|Hawise de Normandie|b. c 976\nd. 21 Feb 1034|p339.htm#i7825|Alain C., comte de Cornoüaille|b. 975\nd. 1026|p336.htm#i8424|Judith de Nantes|b. c 988\nd. 1063|p346.htm#i11534|
FatherEudes, comte de Penthièvre2 b. circa 1002?, d. 7 January 1079
MotherOnven de Cornoüaille2 b. circa 1005
     Alain I "le Roux" de Bretagne was born in 1040?. He was the son of Eudes, comte de Penthièvre and Onven de Cornoüaille.2 Alain I "le Roux" de Bretagne flourished between 1050 and 1093.3 He was with William the Conqueror in the invasion of England in 1066.2 Earl of Richmond at England before 1093.1 He died in 1093 at age 53 years.1,4 Alain I "le Roux" de Bretagne was buried in Bury St. Edmunds, England.4 Alain I "le Roux" de Bretagne was buried in St. Mary's, York, England. His remains were translated to St. Mary's at the request of St. Mary's monks.4

Citations

  1. [S1051] C. Scott Littleton & Linda A. Malcor, Scythia to Camelot, pg. 302.
  2. [S209] Somerset Herald J.R. Planché, Planché, J.R..
  3. [S1032] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday People, pg. 127.
  4. [S1032] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday People, pg. 128.

Walter MacAlpin1

b. circa 1045, d. 1093
Walter MacAlpin|b. c 1045\nd. 1093|p353.htm#i14960|Fleance (of Stewart Myth)|b. 1020|p129.htm#i14958|Nesta verch Gruffyd|b. bt 1055 - 1057|p58.htm#i7147|Banquo (of Stewart Myth)|b. 990\nd. 1043|p341.htm#i14953|Muldivana|b. c 1000|p129.htm#i14957|Gruffyd a. L., Brenin Cymru|b. 1011\nd. 5 Aug 1063|p346.htm#i7150|Ealdgyth of Mercia|b. c 1045|p59.htm#i7151|
FatherFleance (of Stewart Myth)1 b. 1020
MotherNesta verch Gruffyd1 b. between 1055 and 1057
     Walter MacAlpin was born circa 1045.1 He was the son of Fleance (of Stewart Myth) and Nesta verch Gruffyd.1 Walter MacAlpin married Emma FitzAlan, daughter of Alan fitz Alan of Dol, before 1088.1 Walter MacAlpin died in 1093 at Alnwick.1

Family

Emma FitzAlan b. circa 1070
Child

Citations

  1. [S298] HRH Prince Michael of Albany, Albany, pg. 46.

comte de Provence Betrand II de Provence1

b. circa 1040, d. 1093
comte de Provence Betrand II de Provence|b. c 1040\nd. 1093|p353.htm#i16803|Geoffroi I, comte de Provence|b. c 1005\nd. c 1063|p346.htm#i16801|Ettiennette de Gévaudan|b. c 1005|p148.htm#i16802|Guilhem I., comte de Provence|b. 986\nd. 1019|p335.htm#i8235|Gerberge de Bourgogne|b. c 985\nd. bt 1019 - 1024|p335.htm#i8236|||||||
FatherGeoffroi I, comte de Provence2 b. circa 1005, d. circa 1063
MotherEttiennette de Gévaudan2 b. circa 1005
     Comte de Provence Betrand II de Provence was the successor of Geoffroi I, comte de Provence; Count of Provence.1 Comte de Provence Betrand II de Provence was born circa 1040. He was the son of Geoffroi I, comte de Provence and Ettiennette de Gévaudan.2 Count of Provence at Holy Roman Empire between 1063 and 1093.1 Comte de Provence Betrand II de Provence died in 1093.1 He was the predecessor of Gerberge de Provence; Countess of Provence.1

Citations

  1. [S460] Counts of Provence 11th Century, online http://perso.club-internet.fr/jfcampio/BaseDonn.htm
  2. [S460] Counts of Provence 11th Century, online http://perso.club-internet.fr/jfcampio/BaseDonn.htm, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd hypothesis..

Hugh I de Gournay

d. 1093
Hugh I de Gournay|d. 1093|p353.htm#i19730|Hugh II de Gournay|d. 1074|p348.htm#i19732||||Hugh I. de Gournay||p175.htm#i19733||||||||||
FatherHugh II de Gournay1 d. 1074
     Hugh I de Gournay was the son of Hugh II de Gournay.1 Hugh I de Gournay married Basilia Flaitel, daughter of Gerard Flaitel; Her 2nd (widow).1,2 Hugh I de Gournay was said to have come over with the Conqueror and to be present at the Battle of Hastings.3 He died in 1093.1

Family

Basilia Flaitel b. circa 1030
Child

Citations

  1. [S674] Family Trees, A&E Family Forest.
  2. [S209] Somerset Herald J.R. Planché, Planché, J.R..
  3. [S1191] Esq. John Burke B:C of GB&I, I:484.

Lope Iñiguez, señor de Vizcaya1

d. 1093
Lope Iñiguez, señor de Vizcaya|d. 1093|p353.htm#i20140|Iñigo López "Ezquerra", señor de Vizcaya|d. c 1076|p349.htm#i20142|Toda Ortiz de Najera||p180.htm#i20143|Lope N., señor de Vizcaya||p180.htm#i20144|Usenda de León||p180.htm#i20145|||||||
FatherIñigo López "Ezquerra", señor de Vizcaya1 d. circa 1076
MotherToda Ortiz de Najera1
     Lope Iñiguez, señor de Vizcaya was the son of Iñigo López "Ezquerra", señor de Vizcaya and Toda Ortiz de Najera.1 Lope Iñiguez, señor de Vizcaya married Tiella Diaz de Asturias in 1077.1 Lope Iñiguez, señor de Vizcaya died circa 1093. He died in 1093.1

Family

Tiella Diaz de Asturias
Child

Citations

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

Olav III Kyrre Haraldsson, King of Norway1

b. circa 1030?, d. 1093
Olav III Kyrre Haraldsson, King of Norway|b. c 1030?\nd. 1093|p353.htm#i22863|Haraldr III Hardrádi Sigurdsson, King of Norway|b. 1015\nd. 25 Sep 1066|p347.htm#i5309|Tora Torbergsdoteir||p236.htm#i26969|Jarl of Ringerike Sigurdr S. Hálfdanarson|d. 1018|p335.htm#i14494|Ásta Gudbrandsdóttir|b. c 970|p51.htm#i8310|||||||
FatherHaraldr III Hardrádi Sigurdsson, King of Norway1,2 b. 1015, d. 25 September 1066
MotherTora Torbergsdoteir3
     Also called Olaf III "the Silent" of Norway. Olav III Kyrre Haraldsson, King of Norway married Tora Ragnvaldsdóttir, daughter of Ragnvald Brúsason, Orknøyjarl and Tora Eilivsdóttir of Møre.3 Olav III Kyrre Haraldsson, King of Norway was born circa 1030?. He was the son of Haraldr III Hardrádi Sigurdsson, King of Norway and Tora Torbergsdoteir.1,2,3 Olav III Kyrre Haraldsson, King of Norway was the successor of Haraldr III Hardrádi Sigurdsson, King of Norway; King of Norway.4,5 King of Norway at Scandinavia between 1066 and 1093.1 Olav III Kyrre Haraldsson, King of Norway died in 1093 at Norway.1

Family

Tora Ragnvaldsdóttir
Child

Citations

  1. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Olaf III Haraldsson (k. of Nor.) .
  2. [S1301] Text by Michael MacLagan tables by Jiri Loudan, Louda & MacLagan, 2002, table 23.
  3. [S220] Rupert Alen and Anna Marie Dahlquist, Royal Familes of Scandanavia, Flanders, and Kiev, chart 3.
  4. [S449] Circa 1225 A.D. Snorri Sturluson, Chronicle of the Kings of Norway, Saga of Harald Hardrade: Part I.
  5. [S1143] Brockhaus 2002, "Harald III. Hardråde".

1st Lord of Berkeley Castle Roger Senior de Berkeley1

d. 1093
1st Lord of Berkeley Castle Roger Senior de Berkeley|d. 1093|p353.htm#i23370|N. N. of Normandy||p207.htm#i23371||||||||||||||||
FatherN. N. of Normandy2
     1st Lord of Berkeley Castle Roger Senior de Berkeley was the son of N. N. of Normandy.2 1st Lord of Berkeley Castle Roger Senior de Berkeley was a Norman from Aumale, Seine-Martitime, Normandy.3 Also called Roger de Berchelai.3 He was made Provost of the manor of Berkeley by Earl William Fitz-Osbern (to whom it had been granted at the Conquest) between 1068 and 1071.4 He occurs in Domesday Gloucestershire in 1084 at England.3 He was reeve of Berkeley with his brother, Ralph, in 1084.3 He became a monk on 17 January 1091 at St. Peter's, Gloucester, England.4 He died in 1093 at Gloucester, England. He died a monk, having restored to the monks the manor of Shotover which he had unjustly held.1,3,4

Citations

  1. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 43.
  2. [S750] Robert B. Stewart, "My Theories".
  3. [S1032] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday People, pg. 401.
  4. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, II:124.

Gräfin von Calw Wiltrud von Nieder-Lothringen1

b. between 1040 and 1045, d. 1093
Gräfin von Calw Wiltrud von Nieder-Lothringen|b. bt 1040 - 1045\nd. 1093|p353.htm#i23925|Gottfried II "der Bärtige", Herzog von Nieder- und Ober-Lothringen|b. 1006\nd. 21 Dec 1069|p348.htm#i5023|Doda de Réthel|b. c 1016?|p45.htm#i8243|Gozelo I., Herzog von Nieder- und Ober-Lothringen|b. c 970\nd. 19 Apr 1044|p341.htm#i7241|Ita von Ortenau|b. c 980?|p201.htm#i22726|Manassés I., comte de Réthel|b. c 994|p71.htm#i9389|Dada von Bonngau||p71.htm#i9390|
FatherGottfried II "der Bärtige", Herzog von Nieder- und Ober-Lothringen1 b. 1006, d. 21 December 1069
MotherDoda de Réthel1 b. circa 1016?
     Gräfin von Calw Wiltrud von Nieder-Lothringen was daughter of Duke Gottfried III the Bearded of Lorraine by his first wife Dode.1 She was born between 1040 and 1045.1 She was the daughter of Gottfried II "der Bärtige", Herzog von Nieder- und Ober-Lothringen and Doda de Réthel.1 Gräfin von Calw Wiltrud von Nieder-Lothringen married Adalbert II, Graf von Calw, son of Adalbert von Calw, Graf im Ufgau and Adelheid von Egisheim, before 1075.1 Gräfin von Calw Wiltrud von Nieder-Lothringen died in 1093.1

Family

Adalbert II, Graf von Calw b. between 1025 and 1030, d. 22 September 1099
Child

Citations

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

Agatha of Bulgaria1

b. say 1014, d. after 1093
Agatha of Bulgaria|b. s 1014\nd. a 1093|p353.htm#i5399|Gavril Radomir, Tsar of Bulgaria|b. c 970\nd. 1015|p334.htm#i8240|Hercegnõ Magyarország|b. bt 969 - 975\nd. a 988|p329.htm#i16553|Samuil, Tsar of Bulgaria|b. c 938?\nd. 6 Oct 1014|p334.htm#i8239|Agatha Khrysilaina|b. c 945|p148.htm#i16844|Géza, Fõherceg Magyarország|b. a 948\nd. 1 Feb 997|p331.htm#i8332|Adelaide, Królewna Polska|b. c 950\nd. a 997|p331.htm#i8895|
FatherGavril Radomir, Tsar of Bulgaria1 b. circa 970, d. 1015
MotherHercegnõ Magyarország1 b. between 969 and 975, d. after 988
     Agatha of Bulgaria was the Emperor's (Henry III's) cousin.2,3 She was a relative of the Emperor.4 She was born say 1014. She was the daughter of Gavril Radomir, Tsar of Bulgaria and Hercegnõ Magyarország.1 Agatha of Bulgaria married Edward "the Exile", Prince of England, son of Edmund II "Ironside", King of the English and Ealdgyth Morcardóttir of Northumbria, circa 1043.5,6,4 Agatha of Bulgaria died in 1068.1 She died after 1093 at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England. She died a nun.7

Family

Edward "the Exile", Prince of England b. circa January 1017, d. 1057
Children

Citations

  1. [S1578] Ian S. R. Mladjov, "Reconsidering Agatha".
  2. [S216] Ingram's Edition, The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, A.D. 1057.
  3. [S750] Robert B. Stewart, "My Theories", She is, as I have it, daughter of Bruno and Christine, the 2nd cousin of Emperor Henry III died 1056..
  4. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 288.
  5. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 318-34.
  6. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 1-21.
  7. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, pg. l.

William de Braose, 1st Baron Bramber1

b. circa 1036, d. between 1093 and 1096
William de Braose, 1st Baron Bramber|b. c 1036\nd. bt 1093 - 1096|p353.htm#i18089||||Gunnor d' Ivry|b. c 1015|p166.htm#i18622|||||||Hugh d' Ivry|b. c 985|p167.htm#i18666||||
MotherGunnor d' Ivry2,3,4 b. circa 1015
     "His wife's identity is unknown, but she was probably a close relative of the Ralph son of Waldi for whose soul William made a grant to Saint-Florent in the 1080's."4 William de Braose, 1st Baron Bramber made considerable grants to the abbey of Saint Florent at Saumur, Maine-et-Loire, France. These grants were made to endow the foundation of Sele Priory near Bramber, in West Sussex, and a priory at Briouze, in Normandy.5 He was a Norman from Briouze-Saint-Gervais, Normandy.4 Also called Guillaume de Briouze.5 He was born circa 1036 at Briouze, near Falaise, Orne, Normandy.6,7 He was the son of Gunnor d' Ivry.2,3,4 William de Braose, 1st Baron Bramber married Agnes de Saint Clare, daughter of Walderon de Saint Clare, before 1066; His 1st?8 William de Braose, 1st Baron Bramber may have accompanied William the Conqueror to England, but is not recorded in the records as having fought at Hastings on 14 October 1066.9,10 He built Bramber Castle on the land that William I gave him at Sussex, England.11 He married Eve, dame de Boessey-le-Chatel before 1070; Her 2nd.12 William de Braose, 1st Baron Bramber was one of the five castellans holding the militarily important Sussex Rapes, his own known by the late twelfth century as the Rape or Honour of Bramber, before 1072.4 He built Bramber Castle after 1073 at West Sussex, England.5 1st Lord of Bramber Rape at West Sussex, England, between 1073 and 1093.5,7 He held considerable estates in the counties of Berkshire, Wiltshire, Surrey, Dorset, and Sussex, in 1086.7 He was holder of Washington, value £50 5s, his men-at-arms 50s and 12d, the manor revenue £100, in 1086 at West Sussex, England.11 He continued to fight alongside King William in the campaigns in Britain, Normandy and Maine before 1087.5 He died between 1093 and 1096.4

Family 1

Agnes de Saint Clare b. circa 1046

Family 2

Eve, dame de Boessey-le-Chatel b. circa 1050
Children

Citations

  1. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 72.
  2. [S642] Braose Family Web, online http://freespace.virgin.net/doug.thompson/BraoseWeb/, (See Round, Cal. Doc. Fra. p148).
  3. [S644] David Bates, Acta of William I, "Gunnor, the mother of William de Briouze...".
  4. [S1032] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday People, pg. 471.
  5. [S642] Braose Family Web, online http://freespace.virgin.net/doug.thompson/BraoseWeb/
  6. [S604] Thomas Hind, The Domesday Book, pg. 338.
  7. [S643] E.Domesday, online http://www.domesdaybook.co.uk/book.html
  8. [S642] Braose Family Web, online http://freespace.virgin.net/doug.thompson/BraoseWeb/, Brydges edition of Collins' Peerage claims he was first married to Agnes, dau of Waldron de Saint Clare but no evidence for this can be found. .
  9. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, XII/1, App. L, pg. 47-48 - does not say he did.
  10. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 72 - says he did.
  11. [S604] Thomas Hind, The Domesday Book, pg. 272.
  12. [S642] Braose Family Web, online http://freespace.virgin.net/doug.thompson/BraoseWeb/, According to Perfect, a 13th century genealogy in the Bibliothèque de Paris gives the name of his wife as Eve de Boissey, widow of Anchetil de Harcourt. There is a lot of evidence from contemporary charters which supports this view..

Adelaide de Valois1

b. circa 1030, d. between 12 April 1093 and 1100
Adelaide de Valois|b. c 1030\nd. bt 12 Apr 1093 - 1100|p353.htm#i9352|comte de Valois Raoul III de Valois|b. c 1000?\nd. 8 Sep 1074|p349.htm#i7580|comtesse de Bar-sur-Aube Aelis de Bar-sur-Aube|b. c 1015\nd. 1053|p343.htm#i9204|Raoul I. de Vexin|b. a 974\nd. 1040|p340.htm#i9199|Adelaide de Breteuil|b. 980|p70.htm#i9200|Nocher I. de Bar-sur-Aube|b. c 976\nd. b 1040|p340.htm#i9205||||
Fathercomte de Valois Raoul III de Valois1 b. circa 1000?, d. 8 September 1074
Mothercomtesse de Bar-sur-Aube Aelis de Bar-sur-Aube1 b. circa 1015, d. 1053
     Also called Adèle de Crépy.2 Adelaide de Valois was born circa 1030. She was the daughter of comte de Valois Raoul III de Valois and comtesse de Bar-sur-Aube Aelis de Bar-sur-Aube.1 Adelaide de Valois married Thibaut III, comte de Blois, Chartres, et Champagne, son of Eudes II, comte de Blois, Chartres, Troyes, et Champagne and Ermengarde d' Auvergne, in 1069; His 3rd.3,2 Adelaide de Valois died between 12 April 1093 and 1100.4

Family

Thibaut III, comte de Blois, Chartres, et Champagne b. circa 1010, d. 30 September 1089
Child

Citations

  1. [S1146] Pas on Raoul III de Valois, online http://worldroots.clicktron.com/brigitte/famous/r/…+1074.htm.
  2. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/, comte de Blois & de Champagne.
  3. [S1146] Pas on Raoul III de Valois, online http://worldroots.clicktron.com/brigitte/famous/r/…+1074.htm, before 1061.
  4. [S1146] Pas on Raoul III de Valois, online http://worldroots.clicktron.com/brigitte/famous/r/…+1074.htm, "Died 12 May 1193 / 1200" sic.

Vsevolod I Yaroslavich, Prince of Pereyaslavl, Chernigov, and Kiev1,2

b. 1030, d. 13 April 1093
Vsevolod I Yaroslavich, Prince of Pereyaslavl, Chernigov, and Kiev|b. 1030\nd. 13 Apr 1093|p353.htm#i5296|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 Kiev b. 978, d. 2 February 1054
MotherIngigerth b. 1001, d. 10 February 1050
     Vsevolod I Yaroslavich, Prince of Pereyaslavl, Chernigov, and Kiev was the father of Vladimir II Monomakh Vsevolodovich, Prince of Pereyaslavl, Smolensk, Chernigov, and Kiev; the only son of Vsevolod Yaroslavich, Great Prince of Kiev 1078-1093, by his first Byzantine wife, a relative (usually thought to be a daughter, but with little justification) of emperor Konstantin IX.3 Vsevolod I Yaroslavich, Prince of Pereyaslavl, Chernigov, and Kiev was born in 1030. He was the son of Yaroslav I Mudriy Vladimirovich, Grand Prince of Kiev and Ingigerth. Vsevolod I Yaroslavich, Prince of Pereyaslavl, Chernigov, and Kiev married Maria Monomacha, daughter of Konstantin IX Euergetes Monomachus, basileus Rhomaiôn and (?) Sklerina, in 1046; His 1st. Vsevolod I Yaroslavich, Prince of Pereyaslavl, Chernigov, and Kiev was the successor of Svyatoslav II Yaroslavich, Prince of Chernigov and Kiev; 1st Prince of Chernigov.4 Prince of Chernigov at Rus between 1076 and 1077.5 Vsevolod I Yaroslavich, Prince of Pereyaslavl, Chernigov, and Kiev was the predecessor of Vladimir II Monomakh Vsevolodovich, Prince of Pereyaslavl, Smolensk, Chernigov, and Kiev; 2nd Prince of Pereyaslavl, 1st reign.6 Vsevolod I Yaroslavich, Prince of Pereyaslavl, Chernigov, and Kiev was the successor of Izyaslav I Dmitrij Yaroslavich, Prince of Kiev; Prince of Kiev, 3rd reign.7 Vsevolod I Yaroslavich, Prince of Pereyaslavl, Chernigov, and Kiev was a witness where Oleg Gorislavich Svyatoslavich, Prince of Volynia and Chernigov lived in Chernigov with his uncle Vsevolod, Monomakh father between 1077 and 1078.8 Prince of Kiev at Rus between 1078 and 1093.9 Vsevolod I Yaroslavich, Prince of Pereyaslavl, Chernigov, and Kiev was a witness where Oleg Gorislavich Svyatoslavich, Prince of Volynia and Chernigov broke with Vsevolod when he fled to Tmutarakan, starting his long struggle for Chernigov on 10 April 1078.3 Vsevolod I Yaroslavich, Prince of Pereyaslavl, Chernigov, and Kiev was a witness where Mstislav I Harald Vladimirovich, Prince of Novgorod, Great Prince of Kiev sent by his grandfather, the GreatPrince of Kiev, Vsevolod, to be prince of Novgorod when he was all but twelve years old circa 1088.10 Vsevolod I Yaroslavich, Prince of Pereyaslavl, Chernigov, and Kiev was the predecessor of Svyatopolk II Mikhail Izyaslavich, Prince of Novgorod, Turov, and Kiev; Prince of Kiev.11 Vsevolod I Yaroslavich, Prince of Pereyaslavl, Chernigov, and Kiev died on 13 April 1093 at age 63 years.12

Family

Maria Monomacha b. circa 1026, d. 1067
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., 242-6.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 240-31.
  3. [S999] Andrew S. Kalinkin (e-mail address), Vladimir Monomakh's family (Was: Re: Mother of Jurij Dolgorukij) in "Vladimir Monomakh's family I," newsgroup message 2000/11/24
    .
  4. [S203] R. F. Tapsell, Royalty of the World, 92.f.1 (s8 of Kiev).
  5. [S203] R. F. Tapsell, Royalty of the World, 92.f.2 (of Pereyaslavl).
  6. [S203] R. F. Tapsell, Royalty of the World, 92.c.2, (of Smolensk), s1.
  7. [S203] R. F. Tapsell, Royalty of the World, 91.9 (3).
  8. [S999] Andrew S. Kalinkin (e-mail address), Vladimir Monomakh's family (Was: Re: Mother of Jurij Dolgorukij) in "Vladimir Monomakh's family I," newsgroup message 2000/11/24
    , I, 199.
  9. [S203] R. F. Tapsell, Royalty of the World, 91.12 (of Pereyaslavl), s8.
  10. [S998] OCA, online http://www.oca.org/pages/orth_chri/Feasts-and-Saints/, 15 April (28 April).
  11. [S203] R. F. Tapsell, Royalty of the World, 91.13 (of Novgorod), s9.
  12. [S186] Detlev Schwennicke, Europäische Stammtafeln, Bund II tafel 93.

Hugues I, duc de Bourgogne

b. 1056, d. 29 August 1093
Hugues I, duc de Bourgogne|b. 1056\nd. 29 Aug 1093|p353.htm#i8279|Henri de Bourgogne|b. 1035\nd. bt 27 Jan 1070 - 1074|p348.htm#i7488|Sybilla de Barcelona|b. 1035\nd. 6 Jul 1074|p349.htm#i7489|Robert I "le Vieux", duc de Bourgogne|b. c 1007\nd. 21 Mar 1075/76|p349.htm#i5233|Hélie de Semur|b. 1016\nd. 22 Apr 1056|p344.htm#i7703|Berenguer Ramón I "el Curvo", conde de Barcelona, Gerona y Ausona|b. 1000\nd. 6 Apr 1035|p339.htm#i5092|Guisle de Ampúrias|b. c 1007|p61.htm#i7706|
FatherHenri de Bourgogne b. 1035, d. between 27 January 1070 and 1074
MotherSybilla de Barcelona b. 1035, d. 6 July 1074
     Hugues I, duc de Bourgogne was the successor of Robert I "le Vieux", duc de Bourgogne; Duke of Burgundy.1 Hugues I, duc de Bourgogne was born in 1056.2 He was the son of Henri de Bourgogne and Sybilla de Barcelona. Hugues I, duc de Bourgogne married Sybille de Nevers, daughter of Guillaume I, comte de Nevers and Ermengarde, comtesse de Tonnerre, in 1075.2 Hugues I, duc de Bourgogne succeeded his grandfather to the duchy of Burgundy in 1076. Duke of Burgundy at France between 21 March 1076 and 1093.1 He was campaigning in the Iberian peninsula in 1078.3 He died on 29 August 1093 at age 37 years.2 He was the predecessor of Eudes I "Borel", duc de Bourgogne; Duke of Burgundy.1

Family

Sybille de Nevers b. 1058, d. 1078

Citations

  1. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html
  2. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/
  3. [S513] Bernard F. Reilly, León-Castilla under King Alfonso VI, pg. 106.

Robrecht I "de Fries", Graaf van Vlaanderen1

b. circa 1035, d. 13 October 1093
Robrecht I "de Fries", Graaf van Vlaanderen|b. c 1035\nd. 13 Oct 1093|p353.htm#i5341|Boudewijn V "van Rijsel", Graaf van Vlaanderen|b. 1012\nd. 1 Sep 1067|p347.htm#i5009|Adelle de France, comtesse de Contenance|b. 1009\nd. 8 Jan 1079|p350.htm#i5217|Boudewijn IV "met de Baard", Graaf van Vlaanderen|b. c 980\nd. 30 May 1036|p339.htm#i5053|Otgiva von Lothringen|b. c 995\nd. 21 Feb 1030|p338.htm#i5215|Robert II "le Pieux", roi des Francs|b. 27 Mar 972\nd. 20 Jul 1031|p338.htm#i5218|Constance de Provence dit d'Arles|b. c 986\nd. 25 Jul 1032|p338.htm#i5279|
FatherBoudewijn V "van Rijsel", Graaf van Vlaanderen2,3,4,5 b. 1012, d. 1 September 1067
MotherAdelle de France, comtesse de Contenance5 b. 1009, d. 8 January 1079
ChartsDescendants of Charlemage
     Robrecht I "de Fries", Graaf van Vlaanderen was related to Robrecht II "van Jeruzalem", Graaf van Vlaanderen; the son of Robert I.6 Also called Rodbertus avunculus, apud Casel Flandrensis.7 Also called Rotbertus Casletensis Flandrensis.7 Robrecht I "de Fries", Graaf van Vlaanderen was the second son of Baldwin of Lille, V of Flanders.8 Also called Graf von Flandern Robert I "der Friese" von Flandern German.9 Also called comte de Flandres Robert I "le Frison" de Flandres.10,11 Robrecht I "de Fries", Graaf van Vlaanderen also went by the name of Robert I "the Frisian" of Flanders. Also called Robrecht de Fries Dutch.12 He was born circa 1035. The second son.2,12,9 He was the son of Boudewijn V "van Rijsel", Graaf van Vlaanderen and Adelle de France, comtesse de Contenance.2,3,4,5 Robrecht I "de Fries", Graaf van Vlaanderen married the guardian of Frisia east of the Scheldt River in 1063.12 He invested by his father with Imperial Flanders, including the islands of Frisia west of the Scheldt, in 1063.2,12 He married Gertrude von Sachsen, daughter of Ordulf, Herzog von Sachsen and Wulfhilda Óláfsdóttir, in 1063; Her 2nd (widow).12,9,13 Count of Imperial Flanders between 1063 and 1093. Robrecht I "de Fries", Graaf van Vlaanderen became, by marriage and inheritance, ruler of all Frisia (Zeeland) and thus became known among his Flemish countrymen as Robert the Frisian.12 Annals of Monte Fernando 1070: "Bellum inter Philippum regem Francie, et Robertum comitem Flandrie, victus est rex Philippus."14 He fought with his elder brother, Baldwin VI, who had succeeded to the countship of Flanders and disputed Robert's right to Imperial Flanders, and when war broke out Baldwin was killed on 17 July 1070.12 He witnessed the death of Boudewijn VI, Graaf van Vlaanderen on 17 July 1070; Killed in battle against his brother, Robert, in their dispute over Flanders.2,4 10th Count of Crown Flanders between 22 February 1071 and 1093.4 Robrecht I "de Fries", Graaf van Vlaanderen was a witness where Baudouin II "de Jerusalem", comte de Hainaut concluded a peace treaty with his uncle, Robert of Flanders, in which Robert was to be ruler of Flanders, and Baldwin of Hainault in 1084.15 Robrecht I "de Fries", Graaf van Vlaanderen undertook a pilrimage to Jerusalem in 1088.2 He took temporary service in the army of the Byzantine emperor Alexius I, in his war against the Seljuq Turks in 1090.2 He died on 13 October 1093 at Cassel, Belgium.2,3,4,12,9 He was the predecessor of Robrecht II "van Jeruzalem", Graaf van Vlaanderen; 11th Count of Flanders.16,3,4 Robrecht I "de Fries", Graaf van Vlaanderen was buried in Stiftskirche St-Pierre, Cassel, Belgium.9

Family

Gertrude von Sachsen b. circa 1043?, d. 4 August 1113
Children

Citations

  1. [S888] ., Dutch Encyclopedie, Vol 13.
  2. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.
  3. [S277] Gene Gurney, Kingdoms of Europe, pg. 382.
  4. [S440] Léon van der Essen, Deux Mille, Gen Table II: De Charlemagne a Philippe le Bon.
  5. [S1178] Stewart Baldwin (e-mail address), Judith (of Flanders?) m. (1) Tostig (2) Welf in "Judith (of Flanders?)," newsgroup message 2002-02-23 16:39:04 PST, From Thomas Forester, trans., "The Ecclesiastical History of England and Normandy by Ordericus Vitalis" (4 vols., London, 1853-6).
  6. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, "Robert II.".
  7. [S1188] Various MGH, Vol 9, pg. 336.
  8. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, "Baldwin V.".
  9. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, der Balduine.
  10. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 164-23.
  11. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 205-32.
  12. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, "Robert I.".
  13. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Billunger, 1063.
  14. [S1105] Margaret Lantry, AMF, MF1070.1.
  15. [S432] Eileen Goodrum, Belgian History.
  16. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html
  17. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., VIII:411.
  18. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VII:130.
  19. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, "Thierry.".

Constance de Bourgogne1,2

b. after 1056, d. between 26 October 1093 and 21 November 1093
Constance de Bourgogne|b. a 1056\nd. bt 26 Oct 1093 - 21 Nov 1093|p353.htm#i5224|Henri de Bourgogne|b. 1035\nd. bt 27 Jan 1070 - 1074|p348.htm#i7488|Sybilla de Barcelona|b. 1035\nd. 6 Jul 1074|p349.htm#i7489|Robert I "le Vieux", duc de Bourgogne|b. c 1007\nd. 21 Mar 1075/76|p349.htm#i5233|Hélie de Semur|b. 1016\nd. 22 Apr 1056|p344.htm#i7703|Berenguer Ramón I "el Curvo", conde de Barcelona, Gerona y Ausona|b. 1000\nd. 6 Apr 1035|p339.htm#i5092|Guisle de Ampúrias|b. c 1007|p61.htm#i7706|
FatherHenri de Bourgogne3 b. 1035, d. between 27 January 1070 and 1074
MotherSybilla de Barcelona b. 1035, d. 6 July 1074
     Constance de Bourgogne was niece of Abbot Hugh of Cluny, sister-in-law of Duke William of Aquitaine, and sister of Duke Eudes of Burgundy.3,4 She was born after 1056. She was the daughter of Henri de Bourgogne and Sybilla de Barcelona.3 Constance de Bourgogne married Alfonso VI Fernández "el Bravo", rey de León, son of Fernando I Sánchez "el Magno", rey de Castilla y de León and reine de Castilla Sancha Alfonsez de León, in 1079 at late fall or early winter; His 2nd (divorcé).5,3,6,4 Constance de Bourgogne was a witness where Alfonso VI Fernández "el Bravo", rey de León made a donation to the church of Burgos on 1 May 1079.7 Constance de Bourgogne appears to be first documented in a donation of Alfonso to the church of Burgos on 1 May 1079.7 She was a 3rd cousin, 1x removed, (4th degree) of Alfonso's first wive, Agnes of Aquitaine (Queen Ines) and as such Pope Gregory VII objected to the marriage because it was incestuous in the terminology of church law.8 She was a witness where Alfonso VI Fernández "el Bravo", rey de León made a royal grant to the monastery of Sahagún on 25 October 1093.7 Constance de Bourgogne made a final appearance in documention in a royal grant to the monastery of Sahagún on 25 October 1093.7 She died between 26 October 1093 and 21 November 1093 at Fall.9,7,4 She was a witness where Alfonso VI Fernández "el Bravo", rey de León donated a portion of his late wife Constance's property to the monastery of Sahagún on 22 November 1093.7 Constance de Bourgogne was buried in the monastery of Sahagún, León, Spain. She was interred beside the first wife of Alfonso.7,10

Family

Alfonso VI Fernández "el Bravo", rey de León b. 1042, d. 1 July 1109
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., 113-23.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 155-31.
  3. [S513] Bernard F. Reilly, León-Castilla under King Alfonso VI, pg. 107.
  4. [S1074] Bishop Pelayo "the Fabulist" of Oviedo, "CRL", 87.
  5. [S270] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH II, pg 824.
  6. [S516] Bernard F. Reilly, León-Castilla under King Alfonso VI, pg. 10.
  7. [S516] Bernard F. Reilly, León-Castilla under King Alfonso VI, pg. 11.
  8. [S513] Bernard F. Reilly, León-Castilla under King Alfonso VI, pg. 109.
  9. [S513] Bernard F. Reilly, León-Castilla under King Alfonso VI, pg. 328.
  10. [S868] Glenn Edward Lipskey, "Chronicle of Alfonso".
  11. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC.

Máel Coluim mac Donnchadha, Ard-rí Alban1

b. circa 1031, d. 13 November 1093
Máel Coluim mac Donnchadha, Ard-rí Alban|b. c 1031\nd. 13 Nov 1093|p353.htm#i5019|Donnchad mac Crínán, rí Alban|b. 1001\nd. 14 Aug 1040|p340.htm#i5113|Sibyl of Northumbria|b. c 1018|p63.htm#i8004|Crínán, abb Duine Caillenn|b. 978\nd. 1045|p341.htm#i5115|Bethoc MacKenneth|b. 984|p44.htm#i5116|Siward D., Earl of Northumbria|b. c 980\nd. 1055|p344.htm#i8005|Ælfflæd of Northumbria||p63.htm#i8097|
FatherDonnchad mac Crínán, rí Alban2,3 b. 1001, d. 14 August 1040
MotherSibyl of Northumbria4 b. circa 1018
     Máel Coluim mac Donnchadha, Ard-rí Alban also went by the name of Malcolm III "Great Head".3,5 Also called Malcolm Rex Scotie.6 Also called King of Scotland Malcolm III Ceanmore MacCrinan.7,8,9,5 He was the father of Dabid mac Mail Colaim, rí Alban & Saxan; sixth and youngest son of Malcom III Canmore, by St. Margaret, only sister of Edgar Aethling.10 Máel Coluim mac Donnchadha, Ard-rí Alban was born circa 1031 at Scotland.3,11 He was the son of Donnchad mac Crínán, rí Alban and Sibyl of Northumbria.2,3,4 Máel Coluim mac Donnchadha, Ard-rí Alban was succeeded his father to the heriditary position as Head of the Sacred Kindred of Saint Columba, Scotland's second Fisher King in 1040. Sub-king of Cumbria and Strathclyde between 1045 and 1058.5 He was installed by his uncle, Earl Siward of Northumbria, as the Lord of Strathclyde and Lothian in 1054. He was was crowned on 17 March 1057 at Scone, Scotland. He slew King Macbeth for killing his father on 15 August 1057.2,3 He witnessed the death of aird-rí Alban Mac Bethadh mac Findláech on 15 August 1057 at near Lumphanan, Aberdeenshire, Scotland; Slain by Malcolm Canmore. d.s.p.2,12,3,13 Máel Coluim mac Donnchadha, Ard-rí Alban attended on Edward the Confessor with whom he formed an alliance in 1058 at York, England. Annals of Tigernach 1058: "Mac Bethadh mac Findlaich, aird-rí Alban, do marbad do Mael Colaim mac Dondchada."14 He succeeded his 2nd cousin, Lulach, by killing him in battle on 17 March 1058.3,15 He witnessed the death of Ard-rí Alban Lulach mac Gilla Comgain on 17 March 1058 at Essie, Strathbogie; He was killed in battle by Malcolm mac Donnchad.3,16,15 19th King of Scots between 17 March 1058 and 13 November 1093.2,3,5 Annals of Ulster 1058: "Lulach son of Gilla Comgain, over-king of Scotland, was killed in battle by Mael Coluim son of Donnchad. / Lulach m. Gilla Comgain airdrigh Alban do marbadh la Mael Coluim m. Donnchadha i cath."15 Annals of Ulster 1058: "Mac Bethad son of Finnlaech, over-king of Scotland, was killed by Mael Sechlainn son of Donnchad in battle. / M. Beathadh m. Finnlaich airdrigh Alban do marbadh la Mael Sechlainn m. Donnchadha i cath. ?"17 Annals of Tigernach 1058: "Lulach, rí Alban, do marbad la Mael Coluim mac Donnchada per dolum."18 Máel Coluim mac Donnchadha, Ard-rí Alban raided Cumberland following the killing of King Lulach of Scotland after April 1058. He reacquired the Scottish provinces ruled by Thorfinn, Earl of Orkney before 1059.3 He married Ingibjörg Finnsdóttir, daughter of Finn Arnesson of Holland and Bergljót Hálfdanardóttir of Ringerike, circa 1059; His 1st. Her 2nd (widow).19,3 Máel Coluim mac Donnchadha, Ard-rí Alban ravaged Lindisfarne and northern Northumbria, in Earl Tostig's absence, and captured Cumberland in 1061.20 He was a witness where Earl of Northumbria Tostig Godewinesson of Wessex left with Aldred, Archbishop of York, to go to Rome for his pallium, and during his absence Malcolm Canmore ravaged his Northumbrian lands in 1061.20 Máel Coluim mac Donnchadha, Ard-rí Alban married St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland, daughter of Edward "the Exile", Prince of England and Agatha of Bulgaria, between 1068 and 1069 at Dunfermline Abbey, Fifeshire, Scotland; His 2nd.19,21,3,11,22,23 Máel Coluim mac Donnchadha, Ard-rí Alban was a witness where seigneur de Bazoches Robert de Montbrai defended his Earldom against an incursion by the Scots under Malcolm in 1091.24 English forces defeat the Scots, killing Malcolm III and his son. On 13 November 1092 at the Battle of Alnwick, Northumberland, England.3,25 Máel Coluim mac Donnchadha, Ard-rí Alban died on 13 November 1093 at the Battle of Alnwick, near Alnwick, Northumberland, England. Malcolm acknowledged the overlordship of William the Conqueror in 1072 but nevertheless soon violated his feudal obligations and made five raids into England. During the last of these invasions, while beseiging Alnwick Castle, he was killed by the forces of King William II Rufus.26,3,5,11,24 He was a witness where seigneur de Bazoches Robert de Montbrai defeated the Scottish King and his eldest son Edward at Alnwick, where both Scots were killed, on 13 November 1093.24 Annals of Ulster 1093: "Mael Coluim son of Donnchad, over-king of Scotland, and Edward his son, were killed by the French i.e. in Inber Alda in England. His queen, Margaret, moreover, died of sorrow for him within nine days. / Mael Coluim m. Donnchadha airdri Alban & Etbard a mc do marbadh do Francaibh .i. i n-Inber Alda i Saxanaibh. A righan imorro .i. Margareta do ec dia cumaidh ria cenn nomaidhe."27 Annals of Tigernach 1093: "Mael Colaim mac Donnchadha, rí Alban, occisus est o Frangcaib, & Edabard a mac, & Margarita, ben Mail Colaim, do ég da chumaidh."28 Máel Coluim mac Donnchadha, Ard-rí Alban was buried in Tynemouth. A temporary burial.3 Annals of Monte Fernando 1094: "Ob. Maccolmus rex Scottorum."29 Máel Coluim mac Donnchadha, Ard-rí Alban was buried in Dunfermline Abbey, Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland. He was buried in the new Abbey.30 Máel Coluim mac Donnchadha, Ard-rí Alban was buried in Escorial, Spain. During the reformation the body of he and his wife were reburied in a specially buiilt tomb.30

Family 1

Ingibjörg Finnsdóttir b. circa 1035
Children

Family 2

St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland b. 1045, d. 16 November 1093
Children

Citations

  1. [S897] [unknown], AU, U1058.2, U1093.5.
  2. [S298] HRH Prince Michael of Albany, Albany, pg. 23.
  3. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, Kings of Scotland, pgs. lxx-lxxv.
  4. [S1042] Stewart Baldwin (e-mail address)
    , Henry II AT in "Henry II AT," newsgroup message 2001-07-28 15:22:36 PST.
  5. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., [FC58;FB32] pg. 395.
  6. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 1106.
  7. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 2-31, 72-31, 165-31.
  8. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 170-21.
  9. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Fergus Mór mac Eirc, 132.
  10. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VI:641.
  11. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Malcolm III Canmore.
  12. [S310] John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees, Vol 1, pg. 39.
  13. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Macbeth (k. of Scots).
  14. [S297] Unknown, AT, T1058.5.
  15. [S897] [unknown], AU, U1058.2.
  16. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., [FC57;FD6] pg. 395.
  17. [S897] [unknown], AU, U1058.6.
  18. [S297] Unknown, AT, T1058.1.
  19. [S187] Royal Genealogy Database, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/
  20. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, IX:703.
  21. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 1-22.
  22. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 288.
  23. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 382.
  24. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, IX:706.
  25. [S429] John Sweetman, Dictionary of European Battles, pg. 22.
  26. [S310] John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees, Vol 1, pg. 38.
  27. [S897] [unknown], AU, U1093.5.
  28. [S297] Unknown, AT, T1093.4.
  29. [S1105] Margaret Lantry, AMF, MF1094.2.
  30. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., [FC58;FB32] pg. 400.
  31. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, pg. li.
  32. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 608-609.
  33. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 1099.
  34. [S1188] Various MGH, Vol 9, pg. 301, Genealogia Comitum Buloniensium.

St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland1,2,3

b. 1045, d. 16 November 1093
St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland|b. 1045\nd. 16 Nov 1093|p353.htm#i5020|Edward "the Exile", Prince of England|b. c Jan 1017\nd. 1057|p344.htm#i5398|Agatha of Bulgaria|b. s 1014\nd. a 1093|p353.htm#i5399|Edmund II "Ironside", King of the English|b. c 989\nd. 30 Nov 1016|p335.htm#i5400|Ealdgyth M. of Northumbria|b. 990?|p45.htm#i5401|Gavril R., Tsar of Bulgaria|b. c 970\nd. 1015|p334.htm#i8240|Hercegnõ Magyarország|b. bt 969 - 975\nd. a 988|p329.htm#i16553|
FatherEdward "the Exile", Prince of England4,5,6,7 b. circa January 1017, d. 1057
MotherAgatha of Bulgaria4,7 b. say 1014, d. after 1093
      St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland was the mother of Dabid mac Mail Colaim, rí Alban & Saxan; sixth and youngest son of Malcom III Canmore, by St. Margaret, only sister of Edgar Aethling.8 St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland was born in 1045 at Hungary.2 She was the daughter of Edward "the Exile", Prince of England and Agatha of Bulgaria.4,5,6,7 St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland married Máel Coluim mac Donnchadha, Ard-rí Alban, son of Donnchad mac Crínán, rí Alban and Sibyl of Northumbria, between 1068 and 1069 at Dunfermline Abbey, Fifeshire, Scotland; His 2nd.9,2,5,10,7,6 St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland died on 16 November 1093 at Edinburgh, Scotland, at age 48 years. She died, say the Annals of Ulster, nine days after her husband and son Edward were slain near Alnwick, Northumberland.2,4,5,11 St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland was buried in Dunfermline Abbey, Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland. She was buried in the new Abbey beside her husband.12 St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland was buried in Escorial, Spain. During the reformation the body of her and her husband were reburied in a specially buiilt tomb.12 She was canonized as St. Margaret in 1250.5 She was named one of Scotland's Patron Saints in 1673.12

Family

Máel Coluim mac Donnchadha, Ard-rí Alban b. circa 1031, d. 13 November 1093
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., 1-22.
  3. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 233-32.
  4. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, pg. l.
  5. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, Kings of Scotland, pgs. lxx-lxxv.
  6. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 382.
  7. [S1075] Translated and edited by Michael Swanton, ASC+, pg. 288.
  8. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VI:641.
  9. [S187] Royal Genealogy Database, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/
  10. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Malcolm III Canmore.
  11. [S897] [unknown], AU, U1093.5.
  12. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., [FC58;FB32] pg. 400.
  13. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, pg. li.
  14. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 1099.
  15. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Fergus Mór mac Eirc, 132.

Edward MacCrinan1

b. circa 1070, d. 16 November 1093
Edward MacCrinan|b. c 1070\nd. 16 Nov 1093|p353.htm#i11346|Máel Coluim mac Donnchadha, Ard-rí Alban|b. c 1031\nd. 13 Nov 1093|p353.htm#i5019|St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland|b. 1045\nd. 16 Nov 1093|p353.htm#i5020|Donnchad m. C., rí Alban|b. 1001\nd. 14 Aug 1040|p340.htm#i5113|Sibyl of Northumbria|b. c 1018|p63.htm#i8004|Edward "the Exile", Prince of England|b. c Jan 1017\nd. 1057|p344.htm#i5398|Agatha of Bulgaria|b. s 1014\nd. a 1093|p353.htm#i5399|
FatherMáel Coluim mac Donnchadha, Ard-rí Alban2 b. circa 1031, d. 13 November 1093
MotherSt. Margaret, Queen of Scotland2 b. 1045, d. 16 November 1093
     Edward MacCrinan was born circa 1070. He was the son of Máel Coluim mac Donnchadha, Ard-rí Alban and St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland.2 English forces defeat the Scots, killing Malcolm III and his son. On 13 November 1092 at the Battle of Alnwick, Northumberland, England.1,3 Edward MacCrinan was wounded with his father on 13 November 1093 at the Battle of Alnwick.1 He was a witness where seigneur de Bazoches Robert de Montbrai defeated the Scottish King and his eldest son Edward at Alnwick, where both Scots were killed, on 13 November 1093.4 Annals of Ulster 1093: "Mael Coluim son of Donnchad, over-king of Scotland, and Edward his son, were killed by the French i.e. in Inber Alda in England. His queen, Margaret, moreover, died of sorrow for him within nine days. / Mael Coluim m. Donnchadha airdri Alban & Etbard a mc do marbadh do Francaibh .i. i n-Inber Alda i Saxanaibh. A righan imorro .i. Margareta do ec dia cumaidh ria cenn nomaidhe."5 Edward MacCrinan died on 16 November 1093 at Edwardsisle, Jedburgh. Died of wounds received at the Battle of Alnwick.4 Annals of Tigernach 1093: "Mael Colaim mac Donnchadha, rí Alban, occisus est o Frangcaib, & Edabard a mac, & Margarita, ben Mail Colaim, do ég da chumaidh."6

Citations

  1. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, Kings of Scotland, pgs. lxx-lxxv.
  2. [S187] Royal Genealogy Database, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/
  3. [S429] John Sweetman, Dictionary of European Battles, pg. 22.
  4. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, IX:706.
  5. [S897] [unknown], AU, U1093.5.
  6. [S297] Unknown, AT, T1093.4.

Roger de Montgomery, Earl of Shrewsbury1,2

b. 1005, d. 1094
Roger de Montgomery, Earl of Shrewsbury|b. 1005\nd. 1094|p353.htm#i4643|seigneur de Montgommery Hugues de Montgomery|b. c 950|p64.htm#i8447|Josseline de Beaumont|b. c 955|p64.htm#i8446|||||||Touroude de Torville , seigneur de Pont Audemer|b. 949|p64.htm#i8445|Seinfreda de Crepon|b. c 932|p64.htm#i8444|
Fatherseigneur de Montgommery Hugues de Montgomery3 b. circa 950
MotherJosseline de Beaumont3 b. circa 955
     Roger de Montgomery, Earl of Shrewsbury was born in 1005. He was the son of seigneur de Montgommery Hugues de Montgomery and Josseline de Beaumont.3 Roger de Montgomery, Earl of Shrewsbury married Mabille de Bellême, comtesse d'Alençon, daughter of Guillaume II "Talvas", comte d'Alençon and Hildeburge (?).3 Roger de Montgomery, Earl of Shrewsbury invited Gislebert, Abbot of Chatillon, with his monks, to Froarn, and expelled thence the twelve canons who had been placed there by his father in 1022, and had abandoned themselves to gluttony, debauchery, carnal pleasures, and worldly occupations, in 1056.4 He 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 1062.5 Roger de Montgomery, Earl of Shrewsbury was not, contrary to some historians, a companion of William the Conqueror in the conquest of England in 1066.4 He was created Earl of Arundel and Shewsbury by his "distant" (3rd) cousin, William the Conqueror, in December 1067.6 Earl of Arundel and Shrewsbury at England between December 1067 and 1094.6 He was acquired Alençon and Bellesme by right of his wife, Mable Talvas, on the death of her uncle, Ivo de Belesme, Bishop of Séez in 1070.4 He drafted a charter in favour of St. Stephen's at Caen in 1082. He married Adelaide de Puiset, daughter of Everard de Puiset, after 1082.4 Roger de Montgomery, Earl of Shrewsbury died in 1094 at the Abbey of St. Peter and St. Paul, Shrewsbury, England, at age 89 years. For three days before his death wholly applied himself to divine conference and devout prayers with the rest of the community, expiring, in the odour of sanctity.4

Family 1

Mabille de Bellême, comtesse d'Alençon b. circa 1005, d. before 5 December 1082
Children

Family 2

Child

Family 3

Adelaide de Puiset b. circa 1050

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 183-32, 335-33.
  2. [S1032] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday People, Robert Comes De Moritonie, pg. 372.
  3. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., III:287.
  4. [S209] Somerset Herald J.R. Planché, Planché, J.R..
  5. [S1137] De Bohon, online http://www.rand.org/contact/personal/Genea/bohon.html
  6. [S217] Transcribed by Colin Hinson, English Peerage (to 1790).
  7. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, III:428.
  8. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 598.
  9. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, XI:Appendix D, pg. 106.
  10. [S1278] K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants, pg. 902.