Anna 'Enygeus' (c.-11 - 100) MP

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Death: Died in Ely, Cambridgeshire, , England
Managed by: Jocelynn Elaine Oakes
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About Anna 'Enygeus'

In L'Estoire del Saint Graal, Pelles, maternal grandfather of Galahad, is said to be the son of Pelleham, the Maimed King, son of Lambar, son of Manaal, son of Catheloys, son of Aminadap, son of Josue, son of Bron, whose wife was Enygeus, sister of Joseph of Arimathea.

BIRTH: Abt 10 B.C. in Arimathea, Judea, Israel

DEATH: Possible in Cornwall or Glastonbury, England (Britain)

FATHER: Joseph ben MATTHAT - Abt 36 B.C. in Arimathea, Judea, Israel

MOTHER: Anna bint ELEAZOR - Abt 30 A.D. in Bethlehem, Judea, Israel

MARRIAGE: Abt 30 B.C. - Bran Fendigaid 'The Blessed' ap LLYR-LEAR-LEDIAITH

BIRTH: Abt 10 B.C. in Ewyas, Mid-Glamorganshire, Wales

CHILDREN:

1. Caradoc ap BRAN - Abt 35 A.D. in Glamorganshire, Wales

2. Avallach ap BRAN - Abt 37 A.D. in Glamorganshire, Wales

3. Penarden 'Julia Victoria' verch BRAN (Prasutagus) - Abt 40 A.D. in Glamorganshire, Wales

-------------------- This second marriage is just supposition on my part.

The genealogy file of 'researcher Dale Updike' states that Penardun

was the protege 'step daughter' so to speak of Boudica.

This would mean that she would have married Bran after the death

of his wife, Anna. Some files state that Penardun used the name 'Julia Victoria'.

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