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Edward Doty, "Mayflower" Passenger MP (1598 - 1655)

"Edward Dotey", "Edward Cameron Doty", "Mayflower Passenger"

 "The first of the family in America was Edward Doty, who came when but a youth in the Mayflower in 1620. He joined the Pilgrims at London and came with them to Plymouth, Mass. He married Faith ...


Athildis verch Coilus (Fictitious Person) MP (c.105 - 170)

"Anthildus", "Athildus", "Altihildis", "Althildis", "of Britain"

Athildiis of Britain seems to be mythological -- invented to give the Frankish kings a descent from the Caesars. born 115 or 125 Possible dismabigous Ver1: 125-170 Ver2: 105-140 Athildis' bro...


Mary Hopkins MP (1580 - 1613)

"Constance Dudley"

Biographical Summary Stephen Hopkins was from Hampshire, England. He married his first wife, Mary, and in the parish of Hursley, Hampshire; he and wife, Mary had their children Elizabeth, Constance, ...


Diana, Princess of Wales MP 100 (1961 - 1997)

"Lady Di", "Princess Di", "The People's Princess", "Diana", "Princess of Wales"

"Diana, Princess of Wales (Diana Frances;[fn 1] née Spencer; 1 July 1961 – 31 August 1997), was the first wife of Charles, Prince of Wales, the eldest child and heir apparent of Queen Eli...


Thora Sigurdsdóttir MP (700 - 812)

"Thora", "Sigurðardóttir", "Tora /Sigurdsdottir/"

It seems to be a common Geni opinion that Thora, daughter of Sigurd Snake-in-the-eye and Heluna (Bleju), princess of England, married Ragnvald Heidumhære of Vestfold and got the daughter Asdis (...


Sverre I, King of Norway MP (c.1152 - 1202)

Biography Sverre Sigurdsson (Old Norse: Sverrir Sigurðarson, c. 1145/1151 – 9 March 1202) was king of Norway from 1184 to 1202. He married Margareta Eriksdotter, the daughter of the Swe...


Håkon IV Håkonsson MP (1204 - 1263)

"Håkon den Gamle", "Haakon Haakonsson", "Haakon the Old", "Haakon IV Haakonson", "Haquinus", "Haco"

(complete English text at bottom) English King Håkon IV of Norway lived from 1204 to 16 December 1263. He is also referred to as Haakon or Haco or Haquinus, or Håkon the Old...


Otelindis of the Nordmark MP (c.985 - 1044)

"Othelhilde", "Otehilde", "Wettin", "Othilde", "Othehildis", "Othelindis", "Othelhildis", "de Nordmark", "van den Noordmark", "van Holland", "Zwanehilde"

Her ancestry is disputed. She is variously identified as a daughter of Otto, Duke of Carinthia; of Bernhard, Margrave of Nordmark; and of Bernard, Duke of Saxony. DIETRICH, son of --- (-985). Markgra...


Mathilde de Château-du-Loir MP (1055 - c.1099)

"Mathilde", "Mathilda of Chateau-du-Loire"

Mathilde de Château-du-Loir Heiress of Château-du-Loir, died 1099. Date of Birth: Unknown. Place of Birth: Unknown. Date of Death: A few days before 27 March 1099. On 27 March 1...


Cunégonde de Vermandois MP (c.890 - c.943)

According to the French Wikipedia page on her father, Herbert I de Vermandois: Cunégonde, mariée vers 915 à Odon Ier, comte de Wetterau. In English: Cunegonde, around 915, ...


Herfast / Arfast de de Crépon, brother of Gunnora MP (c.955 - 985)

"Arfast", "Herfast", "Herfastus", "Herbastus", "Erfasti", "brother of Gunnora / Duchess of Normandy"

Herfast II (Herbastus) de Crépon, brother of Gunnor de Crépon Parents: Unknown. Often said to be Herbastus "the Dane" (Fictitious) and his wife Spouse: unknown Children: 1. Osbern...


Renée Brière MP (c.1570 - 1608)

Notes Location info: Perche, France (birth,marriage,death)


Eleanor of England, Countess of Bar MP (1264 - 1298)


according to Wikipedia and another website her living dates are Born (circa) 18 June 1269 died 29 August 1298 most websites give the dates listed on this profile such as: and one ...


Constance de Normandie CONSTANCE de Normandie (Normandy [1057/1061]-13 Aug 1090, bur Church of St Melans near Rhedon). Listed by Orderic Vitalis after Adelaide and before Adela in his description o...


Agatha de Normandie d/o William the Conqueror and Mathilda de Flanders From medlands: AGATHE de Normandie (-before 1074, bur Bayeux Cathedral). Listed by Orderic Vitalis after Richard and befor...


Eudes, comte de Toulouse MP (b. - c.918)

"Odon", "Odo", "Eudes", "Odonus"

Odo or Eudes (also Odon or Odonus) was the Count of Toulouse from 872 to 918 or 919, when he died. He was a son of Raymond I of Toulouse and Bertha or of Bernard II of Toulouse. He married Garsenda...


Olderico Manfredi II, Marchese di Torino e Susa (992 - 1034)

"Ulric Manfred II of Turin"

Ulric Manfred II or Olderico Manfredi II (or Manfredo Udalrico; 992 – 29 October 1034) was the Count of Turin and Margrave of Susa in the early eleventh century, one the most powerful Italia...


Ancilie MP (deceased)

"Auxilia (Ancillie) Biancano"

Blass and Winkhaus believe that Ancilia was daughter of Arnold von Schännis, who was 972-976 Reichsvogt of Zürich, a descendant of the Lenzburgs, Counts of Baden, through the Hunfrieds ...


Jeanne de Genève MP (c.1040 - c.1095)


Alternative Birth Date: 1050 Jeanne de Geneve was born 1050 to Gerold II de Geneve (c1020-1080) and Gisele and died at an unspecified date. Jeanne married Amédée II de Savoie 1065 . ...


Berthe de Bourgogne, Reine consort de France MP (964 - c.1010)

"Bertha of Burgundy and Queen Of France"

Bertha of Burgundy From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Reign as consort 996-1000 Spouse Odo I, Count of Blois Robert II of France House House of Burgundy House of Capet Father Conrad of B...


Arne Arnmodsson, av Giske MP (c.965 - c.1024)

"Arni Arnmóðarson"

Arni Arnmodson, Lendmann Basics Father: Arnmod Arnvidarson (of the Arnmødinge clan) Mother: Unknown: Wife: Thora Torsteinsdatter (daughter of Thorstein Galge) 7 sons and a daughter: ...


Sança de Castella, comtessa consort de Barcelona MP (1006 - 1026)

"Sancha Sánchez de Castilla"

Berenguer Ramon I, Count of Barcelona From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia In 1021, he married Sancha Sánchez, daughter of Sancho I Garcés, count of Castile, with whom he had two son...


Margaret of England MP (1275 - 1333)

Margaret of England1 F, b. 11 September 1275, d. 1318 |p10486.htm#i104856| Margaret of England was born on 11 September 1275 at Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England. She was the daughter...


Eschyna de Londoniis MP (c.1106 - 1198)

"Lady Eschina of Molle", "Eschina of Mow", "Eschina de Londoniis", "Eschyna de Molle", "Eschina de Lundis", "Eochyna de Molle", "8465", "Wschyne"

Walter Fitzalan was married to Eschyna de Londoniis, heiress of Uchtred de Molla (Molle) & Huntlaw (territorial designations, not then surnames) [12][13] and widow of Robert Croc. Upon Walter's death h...


Gandalf Alfgeirsson, King in Norway MP (c.705 - c.768)

"king of Vingulmork"

Gandalf Alfgeirsson (c. 705 – 768) (Old Norse: Gandálf Álfgeirsson) was a legendary king of the petty kingdom Vingulmark, in south-eastern Norway. He appears as a character in Sn...


Ingeborg "Tyrne" Haraldsdotter MP (c.783 - c.850)

"Thyrne", "Thorny Haraldsdottir", "Ingeborg", "Þórný Haraldsdóttir"

Tyrne Haraldsdotter (Þórný Haraldsdóttir) (In English: Thorny Haraldsdotter) B.Brox: Since to many mix Tyrne with her sister Thyra Dannebod and some sources also opera...


Thore 'The Silent' MP (862 - 940)

"þórir", "Thore den tause av Møre", "The Silent"

Tore Teiande Ragnvaldsson, Þórir Rögnvaldsson þegjanda, English: Thorer the Silent, Mørejarl Son of Ragnvald, Earl of Møre, and Hild Hrolfsdóttir gift...


Adeliza de Toeni, Countess of Hereford MP (c.1035 - 1070)

"Adelise /De Toeni/", "Adelise /de Toni/ Alice", "de Tony", "Countess of Hereford"

Daughter of Roger de Toeni (Tosny) de Conches and Adelaida de Barcelona. Married William FitzOsbern of Breteuil. Charles Cawley writes in the FMG Medieval Lands database: ADELISE (-6 Oct , bur Abba...


Haberga "Hildeburge" de Beaumont MP (c.970 - 1067)

"Hildeburgh", "Hildeburgis"

--- de Beaumont From Medlands: Guillaume de Jumièges records that the second wife of Guillaume Talvas was the daughter of "Raoul vicomte de Beaumont" but does not name her[568]. m as his s...


Maud (Matilda) Bigod MP (1083 - 1136)

"Maud /le Bigod/"

Two Bigod sisters each married men named William d"Aubigny. Cecily Bigod married William "Brito" d'Aubigny while her sister Maud Bigod married William "Pincerna" d'Aubigny. Two brothers, one sist...


Lambert, count of Hornbach MP (c.720 - c.783)

"Lambert de Treves", "Lambert von Hornbach", "Lambert de Bretagne", "Lambert des Herbauges", "Lando", "Count", "Lamburt Von Hornbach"

Occupation: Baron of Hornbach ----------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------- Lambert (Count) von HORNBACH aka Lambert des HERBAUGES; de TREVES; (prob. no...


Guibour von Hornbach MP (c.770 - 804)

"Guibour", "Guibourg", "Guitborga", "Guiburc", "Guiberg", "Guitberge", "Gilbour", "Guiboar", "Witberge", "Witburgis"

Gilbour of Hornbach Born: ABT 760 in Hornbach, Prussia Died: BEF 803 Father: Lambert I Count of Hornbach b: ABT 720 in Hornbach, Prussia Marriage 1 William I Count of Toulouse, Saint b: ABT 751...


Rothilde of the Franks MP (c.871 - c.927)

"Roheut of France", "Rothaut"

PLEASE NOTE: Rothilde (Roheut, etc) is NOT the same daughter as Rotrude. Many people are trying to merge the two. However, they had different lives and they had different mothers. Charles the Bald, w...


Boson III "the Old", count of Arles MP (c.800 - c.855)

"Boso III "the Old"", "Boson de Bourgogne", "Boso of Turin", "Count of Turin and Arles", "Count Boso III of the East Franks", "Boson Count de Valois", "Boson "Le Vieux"", "o Velho", "Boso III "The Old" of Turin Count of Turin", "comte de Bourgogne & d'Arles"

Boso the Elder From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Boso the Elder was a Frank from the Bosonid-dynasty. He was married to Engeltrude and died around 855. His family, the Bosonids, were a dynasty of...


Letgarda, comtessa consort de Barcelona MP (c.950 - c.980)

"Luitegarde", "Letgarda de Tolosa", "Ledgarda", "Letgarda", "Letgarde", "Lethgarde", "Leutgarde", "Liutgarda", "Louitgarde", "Luidgarde"

LEDGARDE ([950/53]-after 16 Apr 980). Comte Borrell donated property to the monastery of San Saturnino de Urgell, for the souls of "…uxoris meæ Letgarda vel prolis meæ, que de me e...


Isabel de Ferrers, of Oakham MP (1172 - 1252)

"Widow of Robert de Mortimer"

Roger Mortimer of Wigmore From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia He had married Isabel (d. before 29 April 1252), the daughter of Walchelin de Ferriers of Oakham Castle in Rutland before 1196. With ...


Roger de Mortimer, Lord of Wigmore MP (c.1158 - 1214)

"Ralph /Mortimer/", "Roger /Mortemer/"

Roger Mortimer of Wigmore Roger de Mortimer (d. before 8 July 1214) was a medieval marcher lord, residing at Wigmore Castle in the English county of Herefordshire. He was the son of Hugh de Mortimer ...


Walter FitzAlan, 1st High Steward of Scotland MP (c.1106 - 1177)

"Walter /Fitzalan/", "High Steward of Scotland", "Walter Fitz Alan", "1st High Steward of Scotland", "High Steward Of Scotland", "High Stewart of Scotland", "8457", "Walter "1st High Steward of Scotland" FitzAlan aka High Steward of Scotland"

Walter Fitzalan (died 1177), was the 1st hereditary High Steward of Scotland (c1150-1177), and described as "a Norman by culture and by blood a Breton". He was the third son of a Breton knight, Alan fi...


Raoul d'Ivry, comte d'Ivry et de Bayeux MP (945 - 1015)

"Long Sword", "Ralph", "Raoul", "Rodulf", "Rodulf of Ivry"

Raoul/Rodulf of Ivry From Wikipedia, Rodulf of Ivry (Rodolf, Raoul, comte d'Ivry) (died c. 1015)[1] was a Norman noble, and regent of Normandy during the minority of Richard II.[2] Life Rodolf ...


Angharad verch Meurig, Queen (Consort) of Wales MP (825 - 900)

"Angharad ferch Meurig"

ID: I103725 Name: Angharad ferch Meurig Sex: F Birth: 825 CE in Ceredigion, , Wales Death: Aft 859 CE 1 Change Date: 13 Jan 2009 at 01:51 Father: Meuric Ap Dyfnwallon b: 780 CE in Ceredigion, , Wales...


Anarawd ap Rhodri Mawr MP (c.857 - 916)

Anarawd ap Rhodri (died c. 916) was a King of Gwynedd and referenced as "King of the Britons" in the Annales Cambriae. Anarawd's father Rhodri the Great, by conquest and alleged inheritances, ...


Josceline "de Torfulus" de Vaast-Equiqueville MP (c.989 - 1050)

"Ioscellina / Josseline", "Sainsfrida's daughter", "de Torfulus"

Joscelina "de Torfulus" (probably de Saint-Vaase-Equiqueville) b. circa 975, d. after 1068 Note: two generations of Montgommery's married two women named Josceline from the family of Gunnora de Cre...


Maud Matilda de Montgomery, Comtesse consort de Mortain MP (c.1039 - 1082)

"Matilda", "Maud of /Montgommery/", "Mathilde", "Matilda /Montgomery/ Countess of Mortain", "Maud de Montgommery"

Matilde (Maud) de Montgomery Spouse: Robert Comte de Mourtain (Mourtaigne) LINKS MEDIEVAL LANDS MATHILDE de Montgommery (-[1085], bur abbaye de Grestain). Guillaume de Jumièges names (in ord...


Béatrix de Guînes, châtelaine de Bourbourg MP (c.1125 - 1146)

"Beatrice", "Beatrix Castellan of Bourbourg", "Beatrix de Guînes"

Beatrice de Guisnes or Ghent or de Gand, briefly married to Aubrey de Vere III - marriage annulled.. Not likely a daughter of Guillaume d'Aubigny half sister of King William the Conqueror Beatric...


Alice "Elsgen" Rogers MP (c.1573 - 1622)

"Elsgen", "Grace", "Elizabeth"

Basic information from the Thomas Rogers Society: Alice Cosford[1],[2] F, b. 10 May 1573 Alice Cosford was baptized on 10 May 1573 at Watford, co. Northamptonshire, England. She was the daugh...


Hereswintha of the Saxons MP (c.700 - 747)

"Gerswinde", "Hereswinlha", "Hersuinde", "Hereswind", "Hereswinde", "Heresenda", "Heresind", "Hersinda", "Herswinthe", "Heresvinde", "Herswinde", "Heresvinda", "de Hesbaye", "Hersuindarate"

Not a lot is known of Hereswind. From the Wikipedia page on Hnabi, her husband: Hnabi in English Wikipedia By his wife Hereswind, Hnabi or Nebi (c. 710 – c. 788) left at least two children...


Reginlinde von Nellenburg MP (c.889 - c.955)

"Regenlinde", "Regilinda", "Regilinde", "Regilindis", "Reginlinde", "Reginlindis", "Regulinde", "de Nellenburg", "von Nullenburg", "von Nellenburg", "de Sajonia", "von Sulichgau", "von Thurgau", "von Zürichgau"

2. EBERHARD [I] . Graf im Zürichgau 27 Jan 889. m GISELA, daughter of --- . 911. The Annales Alamannicorum record that "Gisle…socrui Purchardi iunioris" donated all her property to St P...


Burchard II, duke of Swabia MP (c.883 - 926)

"Buchard", "Burkard", "Burkhard"

Burchard II (883/884 – 29 April 926) was the Hunfriding Duke of Swabia (from 917) and Count of Raetia. He was the son of Burchard I and Liutgard of Saxony. Burchard took part in the early wa...


Olith (possibly Donada) 'Thora' 'Anleta' MacKenneth MP (c.988 - 1034)

"Olith ingen Maíl Coluim meic Cináeda", "Anleta", "Thora Donada", "Anleta "Thora Donada" /Mackenneth/", "Anleta /MacKenneth/", "Princess of Scotland"

Olith ingen Maíl Coluim mac Cináeda was the youngest daughter of Malcolm II. Her name is uncertain (Olith, Anleta, Thora). Parents Malcolm II and his wife (Ælfgifu) Spouse: S...


Roger I 'd'Espagne' de Tosny MP (990 - 1040)

"Roger de Tosny", "Roger de Toni", "Roger de Toeni", "The Spaniard", "the Spaniard", "The Spainiard", "The Spainiard /Conches/", "The /Spainard/", "Roger de Tosni", "de Conches", "Seigneur de Conches"

Roger I "d'Espagne" or "Conches" de Tosny/Toeni, Seigneur de Conches son of Raoul II de Tosny married to Adelaide de Barcelona and Godechilde. FMG Medieval Lands: Updated March 2015 RAOUL [II] ...


Einarr "Turf" Rǫgnvaldsson, Orkneyjarl MP (852 - 910)

"Turf-Einar", "Norse Earl of Orkney", "Blood Eagle", "Einar "Turf" Rognvaldsson", "Jarl of Orkney"

Einarr Rǫgnvaldsson, called Tórf-Einarr (died 910) was one of the Norse Earls of Orkney. He was son of Ragnvald Eysteinsson of Møre, Norway. His son Thorfinn became the next earl. ...


Cunobelinus (Cunobelinus) ap Tasciovanus, King of the Britons and the Catuvellauni MP (c.-20 - c.40)

"Cunobelin", "Cynfelyn Cunobelinus", "Cynfelyn", "Kymbelinus", "Fendigaed", "Cynvelin Cunobelinus", "Cunobelinus", "Pendragon", "Cynvelin", "King of the Britons and the Catuvellauni"

Cunobelinus is the historical basis of Beli son of Manogan. This explanation shows how this error came to be. Ruler of a large area of southeastern Britain from about AD 10 to 42. He is the Cymbeli...


Willa, Queen of Upper Burgundy MP (873 - 924)

"Guilla", "Guille", "Willa", "of Burgundy"

Willa (-before 924). See Kings of Upper Burgundy 888-1032 (Welf) at MedLands, visited Aug. 3, 2013. Willan eli Guillan syntyperä on epäselvä. Hänen oletetaan olleen kuning...


Guillaume II "Talvas" de Bellême, seigneur d'Alençon MP (985 - c.1055)

"Guillaume de Bellême", "Sire d'Alençon", "William", "Talvas", "Seigneur de Belleme William II /Talvas/", "Seigneur d'Alencon & Belesme and Hildeburg"

Guillaume (William) "Talvas" de Bellême, Sire d'Alençon Spouses: 1. Hildeburg 2. (daughter) de Beaumont LINKS ------------------------------ MEDIEVAL LANDS GUILLAUME [II] ...


Dan Mykillati "the Splendid" Danpsson, King of Danes MP (412 - 503)

"The Great", "The Proud", "Mikilláti", "Den Storlåtne", "den storvulne", "hinn Mikelate", "Lejre", "King of the Denmark"

Dan son of Danp, legendary king in Denmark. He is easily confused with Dan son of Olaf, but that is a different tale. Other info Alt Birth year: c. 230 DAN DEN 2., SJÆLLANDS SEKSTENDE OG...


William I de Braose MP (c.1049 - c.1095)

"braiose/", "de Brieuze", "de Briouse", "de Briouze", "Lord", "Guillaume de Briouze"

William (Guillaume) de Braose (Briouze), 1st Lord of Bramber son of unknown father, and mother named Gunnor name of his wife is unknown *-- alternately reported as Eve de Boissey or Agnes de St. ...


Egidia (Giles) de Burgh, of Ulster MP (1263 - 1327)


Gilles (or Egidia) de Burgh, born about 1263, daughter of Walter de Burgh, 1st Earl of Ulster. Egidia married James (Seumas) STEWART 5th High Steward of the Scots, son of Alexander LE STEWARD 4th Hig...


In Norse mythology, Sigmund is a hero whose story is told in Volsunga saga. He and his sister, Signy, are the children of Volsung and his wife Ljod. Sigmund is best known as the father of Sigurd the dr...


Lestek MP (c.860 - c.920)

"Lścik", "Leszek", "Lestko"

Leszek w Wikipedii po Polsku Leszek on Wikipedia in English Lestko (also Lestek, Leszek) is the second legendary duke of Poland, and son of Siemowit, born circa 870–880. Though proof of his actu...


Ruthard the Elder, count in the Argengau MP (c.715 - c.768)

"Raduald", "Rothard", "Ruthardus", "Hardrade"

Welf (or Hwelf) I of Altorf was the son of the 9th century Frankish count Rothard of Metz, to whom the sons of Charles Martel entrusted half of Alemannia Ruthard "The Older" (Gaugraf) Des Franken-794...


Wevia de Crépon, wife of Thorold de Pont-Audemer MP (952 - 990)

"Weva de Crépon", "Wewa", "Wevia", "Gueuve", "Weva de Crepon"

Robert de Torigny mentioned Wevia as a sister of Gunnora. As printed by Duchesne, this chapter implies that Wevia married Thorold de Pontaudemer and her sister Avenline married Osbern de Bolebec, but a...


Galeran III, comte de Meulan MP (c.990 - 1069)

"Galeran", "Gualeran", "Valeran", "Waleran"

Ben M. Angel's summary: Relationships: Parents: Father: Hugues I, Comte de Meulan (998-1005) Mother: (Unknown), de Valois, daughter of Gauthier II "le Blanc", Comte d'Amiens, du Mantes, de Va...


Chrotlind d'Austrasie MP (c.675 - c.710)

"Chrotlind", "Chrotlinda", "Chrotlinde"

Chrotlind might have been a daughter of Théodéric III (de Vajay, Chaume & Kelley), although she is not named by Schwennicke or Isenburg. However, the identity of her mother is disputed. ...


Robert, count of Salzburg MP (c.620 - 678)

"de Terouenne", "Chruodbert", "Chrodobert", "Chrodobertus", "Chrotbert", "Robert", "/Chrodobertus/", "Crodobertus", "Crodebert", "Crodobert", "Nobleman", "/Robert/ II", "(Robert)", "Robert - Chrodobertus I (655-678)", "Robert von Salzburg"

Duke of Neustria, Comte Palatin de Bavière Chrodobertus (Robert) I Neustria s/o Charibertim Neustrien and Wulgard of Paris CHILDREN included: Lambert (Lambertus) I b.abt.670


Skjold Odinsson, King of Denmark MP (c.237 - c.280)

"Skjöldur", "King of the Danes"

Skjöldr (Latinized as Skioldus, sometimes Anglicized as Skjold or Skiold) was among the first legendary Danish kings. He is mentioned in the Prose Edda, in Ynglinga saga, in Chronicon Lethrense,...


Frodi Fridleifsson,King of Denmark MP (c.237 - 302)

"Fróði", "Frode", "Fredigod", "Friðfróði", "Frodi Fridleifsson"

FRODE ELLER FROTHE, DANMARKS TREDJE KONGELeifs søn og efterfølger var Frode, kaldet sådan på grund af sine mangesidige kundskaber; hans navn blev siden brugt som fæll...


Fridleif Skjoldsson,King of Denmark MP (215 - 237)

"Leiv", "Leif", "Fridleif"

Leif, called Fridleif, according to Icelandic sagas the second king of Denmark (legendary). Not to be confused with his grandson Fridleif Frodesson, "Hærleif". Sources Snorre's "Introduction...


Leif "Hær-Leif" Frodasson, king of Sjelland MP (c.259 - d.)

"Leif", "Friedleif", "Hær-Leif", "Herleif"

HÆR-LEIF, DEN FJERDE DANSKE KONGE I RÆKKEN Frode efterlod en arving Leif, der var opkaldt efter sin farfader. I hans tid ophørte fred og fordragelighed i riget, og krige og ran b...


Olaf "The Mild" Vermundsson, King Of Denmark MP (391 - c.411)

"The Mild", "The Humble", "The Mighty", "King of Denmark", ""The Humble" "The Mild"", "the Mild"

Olaf son of Vermund, legendary Danish king. Basics: Father: Vermund "the wise" Mother: Undocumented Wife: Undocumented (Danpi Rigsdotter seems to be popular) Children: Dan the Proud Olaf...


Frodi "den fridfulle" Dansson, III MP (c.433 - 524)

"Fróði", "Frodi VI "the Peaceful" Dansson", "Fridsami", "the Pacific", "den frøkne", "den fredelige", "den fredsomme", "the peaceful", "Frodi", "The Peaceful", "the Peaceful", "/Frodi/"

Frode "the peaceful" Dansson, legendary king of Denmark. Basics Father: Dan "the proud" Olavsson Mother: Olof Vermundardotter (according to "Hvorledes Norge Byggdest) Wife: Inga or Ingibjorg ...


Valdar Hroarsson MP (c.547 - 612)

"Valdemar", "Valdar Roarssøn", "Valdarr Hróarsson", "Valldar Van Roeskilde", "the Mild"

Valdar, legendary Danish king. Basics Father: Hroar son of Halfdan Son: Harald the Old Sources The Old Norse genealogy work Hversu Noregr byggdist tells that Hróarr had a son named...


Roar / Roas / Ro / Hroar (Hrothgar) Halvdanssøn, King of Roeskilde MP (c.530 - 620)

"the Old", "Ro", "Roas", "Roar", "Hroar", "Hróarr", "Hrothgar", "Hroðgar"

Hroðgar, Hrothgar, Hróarr, Hroar, Roar, Roas or Ro was a legendary Danish king, living in the early 6th century. A Danish king Hroðgar appears in the Anglo-Saxon epics Beowulf an...


Harald "The Old" Valldarsson MP (c.568 - 610)

"King of Denmark", "Waldar Sikoldungen"

Harald the Old, legendary Danish king. Basics Father: Valdar, son of Hroar Wife: Hildur Heidreksdotter (undocumented) Son: Halfdan the Valiant Sources Harald the Old (6th century, 7th c...


John Ayer, Sr. MP (1582 - 1657)

"John Eyre", "John Ayers", "John Ayres"

John Ayer (1582–1657) was one of the original European settlers to Massachusetts, settling in Ipswich, Haverhill, and Salisbury. John's last name back in the 1500-1600's was spelt 'Eyre', but ...


President Franklin D. Roosevelt MP (1882 - 1945)


Roosevelt Genealogy: SOURCE: Wikipedia Biographical Summary: Franklin Delano Roosevelt (January 30, 1882 – April 12, 1945; pronounced /ˈroʊzəvɛlt/ ROE-z...


Alain Fitzwalter, 2d High Steward of Scotland MP (c.1150 - 1204)

"hereditary High Steward of Scotland and a crusader. dapifer to William the Lion", "King of Scots", "2nd High Steward of Scotland", "0416", "Alan "2nd High Steward of Scotland" FitzWalter"

He married firstly,[3][7] Eva, who is usually named as the daughter of Sweyn Thor'sson, although some historians dispute Eva's parentage. They had no known issue. By his second marriage to Alesta, da...


James Stewart, 5th High Steward of Scotland MP (c.1243 - 1309)

"5th High Stewart of Scotland", "10506"

JAMES STEWART, FIFTH STEWART OF SCOTLAND, may have been born in about 1260. The precise date of his birth is a matter for speculation but the anecdotal evidence reviewed by Barrow and Rowan suggests ...


Adeline, comtesse de Meulan MP (c.1014 - 1081)

"Adeline", "Adelise", "Adeliza"

Adeine married Roger de Beaumont circa 1048 or earlier. Adeline of Meulan (ca. 1014-1020 - 1081), daughter of Waleran III, Count de Meulan and Oda de Conteville, and sister and heiress of a childless C...


Ada of Huntingdon, Heiress of Yardley MP (c.1205 - 1241)

"Ada "le Scot" de Huntington", "Aday of Scotland", "Ada de Huntington", "Ada de Brereton"

Ada of Huntingdon1,2,3,4,5,6 F, #6451, d. between 4 August 1241 and 30 June 1242 Father David, 9th Earl of Huntingdon2,3,7,5,6 b. 1152, d. 17 Jun 1219 Mother Maud of Chester3,7,6 b. 1171, d. 6 Ja...


Thorold, seigneur de Pont-Audemer MP (c.949 - c.1040)

"Thorold", "Tourude", "Þóroldr", "Touroude were Touroude "the Wodcutter" of Ponte-Audemer and Thorold de Vieilles", "Tourude de Harcourt"

Thorold, Touroude or Þóroldr d'Harcourt de Pontaudemar Parents: Torf and his wife Spouse: Wevia, Gunnor de Crépon's sister Children: 1. Honfroi who married Aubrey 2. R...


Alix FitzRichard de Normandie MP (1021 - 1098)

"Alix De Normandy //", "Alix de Normandy"

Alix de Normandie was the illegitimate daughter of Richard III Duke of Normandy by a concubine whose name has not been recorded for history. Alix married Ranulph I de Bayeux, Vicomte du Bessin , son ...


Maud (Margaret) d'Avranches, Le Goz MP (c.1054 - c.1089)

"Maud /De Avranches/", "Maud Margaret /Avranches/", "Matilda Lupus//"

Margaret d' AVRANCHES [Parents] 1, 2, 3, 4 was born 1054 in Avranches, Manche, Basse-Normandie, France. She married Ranulph II de BAYEUX Vicomte de Bayeux on 1074 in Bayeux, Calvados, France. They ha...


Hasilda of the Rugij (Fictitious Person) MP (c.106 - c.179)

"Hafilda", "Hasilda"

born: 106 or 129 died: 166 or 179 Emerita Princess of Britains verch COEL Princess of Britains (Basilda) Hafilda Princess of Rugij Born : Abt. 106 Marriage 121 - Chlodmir IV King of ...


Hedwige de France, comtesse de Mons MP (c.969 - c.1013)

"/Adwige/Avoie/Avoise/Hadevide/Haltude", "Avois", "Princess Of France /Avoise/"

Hedwig of France (c. 970- after 1013), also called Avoise, Hadevide or Haltude, was Countess of Mons. She was the daughter of Hugh Capet, the first King of France, and Adelaide of Aquitaine. Family ...


Frotmundus (Fictional) MP (c.328 - 347)

"Frotmund", "Frotmundus"

He is a fictional character, found only in the fraudulent genealogies that purport to show a link between Jesus Christ and the Merovingian dynasty. According to Wolfram von Eschenbach, he was father (n...


Bořivoj I, Duke of Bohemia (c.852 - c.889)

Bořivoj I (Czech pronunciation: [ˈbɔr̝ɪvɔj]) (c. 852–c. 889) was the first historically documented Duke of\ Bohemia (870–889) and founder of P&...


Drahomíra (c.890 - 935)

The Hevelli or Hevellians were a Slavic tribe who lived around the river Havel in the Havelland area of Brandenburg in eastern Germany from the 8th century onwards. The Hevelli built fortifications a...


Rothaïde de Bobbio (Fictitious Person) MP (c.820 - 858)

"Chrothais", "Rothaide de Bobbio"

The name of Pépin's wife is unknown, but has been named in many recent, online sources as Rothaïde de Bobbio , daughter of Walla of Corbie . Her name and identity might have become confus...


Guillaume III Taillefer, comte de Toulouse MP (c.970 - 1037)

"Guillaume", "William", "Taillefer"

From the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy page on Toulouse Kings, Dukes, and Counts: GUILLAUME de Toulouse, son of RAYMOND Comte de Toulouse & his wife Adelais d'Anjou ([970/75]-Sep 1037, bur Toulou...


Robert Stewart, 1st Duke of Albany MP (c.1340 - 1420)

"1st Duke of Albany", "Duke of Albany"

Robert Stewart, Duke of Albany (c. 1340 – 3 September 1420) a member of the Scottish royal house, served as regent (at least partially) to three different Scottish monarchs (Robert II, Robert II...


Violante de Aragón, reina consorte de Castilla MP (c.1236 - 1301)

"Jolán", "Yolanda", "Violante de Aragón", "Violante of Aragón de Aragón", "reina consorte de Castilla (Geni Tree Match)"

Violante de Aragón y Hungría De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre Violante de Aragón y Hungría (Zaragoza, 1236 – Roncesvalles, Navarra 1300/1), infanta de Arag�...


Felícia de Roucy, reina consorte de Aragón MP (c.1060 - 1086)

"Felicitas", "Felicita //", "Felicitas Queen Of /Aragon/"

Felicia of Roucy From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Felicie de Roucy) Jump to: navigation, search Felicia of Roucy (d. 1123?) was a daughter of Hilduin III of Roucy and his ...


Xainte Dupont MP (c.1596 - 1680)

"Xainte", "Sainte", "Saincte", "Zainte", "Dupont", "Dupontin"

Notes Location info: paroisse Saint-Jean, Perche, France (birth,marriage), Château-Richer (death), a habité à La Cloutièrerie de Beauport . Pionnière de la Nouv...


Zacharie Cloutier MP (1590 - 1677)

Attention : Do not confuse with his son, Zacharie, who is also a pioneer of Nouvelle-France Notes Location info: paroisse Saint-Jean, Mortagne, Perche, France (birth,marriage), Château-R...


Madeleine Aymart MP (1626 - 1708)

"Aymart", "Émard", "Esmart"

Notes Location info: Niort, Poitou, France (birth), La Rochelle, Aunis, France (marriage), Château-Richer (death) Pionnière de la Nouvelle-France . Arrive à Québec en ...


Elizabeth Washburn MP (1616 - 1694)


Samuel Packard married Elizabeth (——) [MD 15:254]; born probably Suffolk, England; died after 27-Oct-1694 [MD 15:251]. She married 2nd after 07-Nov-1684 (1st husband's death) and before 2...


Berthe de Reims MP (c.825 - 887)

Dame de Roucy


Raymond I, comte de Toulouse MP (c.815 - c.865)

"Raimond I of /Rouergue/"

Raymond I (died 865) was the Count of Limoges (from 841), Rouergue and Quercy (from 849), and Toulouse and Albi (from 852). He was the younger son of Fulcoald of Rouergue and Senegund, niece of William...


Eleanor of Leicester, Countess of Pembroke & Leicester MP (1215 - 1275)

"Eleanor Plantagenet", "Eleanor of England"

Eleanor of Leicester Countess of Pembroke; Countess of Leicester Spouse William Marshal, 2nd Earl of Pembroke m. 1224; dec. 1231 Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester m. 1238; dec. 1265 ...


William Marshal, 1st Earl of Pembroke MP (1147 - 1219)

"William le Mareschal", "the Protector", "William the Marshal", "Guillaume le Maréchal", "Greatest Knight who ever lived"

"Sir William Marshal, 1st Earl of Pembroke (1147 – 14 May 1219), also called William the Marshal (Norman French: Williame le Mareschal), was an English (or Anglo-Norman) soldier and statesman. ...