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John Legh (1485 - d.)

'Plantagenet ancestry: a study in colonial and medieval families By Douglas Richardson, Kimball G. Everingham Plantagenet ancestry: a study in colonial and medieval families By Douglas Richardson, Ki...

11/13/2008 12/17/2013

Catherine de Aldwark MP (1170 - d.)

"Katherine le Fleming"

5/12/2008 12/15/2013

Margaret de Hulton MP (c.1190 - d.)

6/13/2008 12/15/2013

Constanza di Sicilia, Principessa di Sicilia MP (1154 - 1198)

"Constance de Hauteville", "of Sicily"

Constance (1154 – 27 November 1198) was the heiress of the Norman kings of Sicily and the wife of Henry VI, Holy Roman Emperor. She was Queen of Sicily in 1194-1198, jointly with her husband f...

5/30/2007 10/6/2013

William I, King of Sicily MP (1131 - 1166)

"William the Bad", "Il Malo", "The Bad", "Le mauvais", "William's title "the Bad" seems little merited and expresses the bias of the historian Hugo Falcandus and the baronial class against the king and the official class by whom he was guided."

William I (1131 – May 7, 1166), called the Bad or the Wicked, was the second King of Sicily, ruling from his father's death in 1154 to his own in 1166. He was the fourth son of Roger II and Elvi...

4/15/2008 10/6/2013

Adapted from " A genealogical and heraldic history of the commoners of Great ..., Volume 4 " By John Burke, page 247 and following: Robertus fil Radulphi (Robert son of Randulph), also known as Rober...

9/2/2007 10/5/2013

One of five Norman brothers who fled Normandy and settled in Aversa in Southern Italy, establishing the first Norman presence there. Orderic Vitalis (XXVI, 47) records that Osmand Drengot killed Guil...

12/24/2010 12/24/2010

One of five Norman brothers who left Normandy (apparently because this Gilbert was charged with the murder of a Vicomte named GuillaumeRepostel) and fled to southern Italy, establishing a Norman presen...

12/24/2010 12/24/2010

Emma di Loritello (deceased)

12/24/2010 12/24/2010

Parents unknown. One of five Norman brothers who were the first Normans to migrate to Southern Italy in the 11th century. Orderic Vitalis (XXVI, 47) records that Osmand Drengot killed Guillaume Repos...

2/25/2008 12/24/2010

Richard Ier d'Aversa Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Aller à : Navigation, rechercher Cet article est une ébauche concernant les Mondes normands et une pers...

2/25/2008 12/24/2010

Jordan I of Capua From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jordan I (Italian: Giordano) (after 1046 – died 1091), count of Aversa and prince of Capua from 1078 to his death, was the eldest son ...

2/25/2008 12/24/2010

Richard II of Capua From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, search Richard II (died 1105/1106), called the Bald, was the count of Aversa and the prince of Capua from 1090 or 1091....

7/28/2010 12/24/2010

2/25/2008 12/24/2010

Wikipedia: Mauger of Hauteville From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to:navigation, search Mauger of Hauteville (also Latin Malgerius or Italian Maugerio) was a younger (probably the se...

12/22/2008 12/24/2010

Wikipedia: Humphrey of Hauteville From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to:navigation, search Humphrey of Hauteville[1] (c. 1010 – August 1057), surnamed Abagelard, was the Count ...

6/23/2008 12/24/2010

Wikipedia: Geoffrey of Hauteville From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to:navigation, search Geoffrey of Hauteville (also Gottfried, Godfrey, Goffredo, or Gaufrido) was a Norman militar...

12/22/2008 12/24/2010

Drogon de Hauteville, II. conte di Puglia MP (c.1010 - 1051)

"Drogo"

Wikipedia: Drogo of Hauteville From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Drogo of Hauteville[1] (c.1010 – 10 August 1051) succeeded his brother, William Iron Arm, with whom he arrived in sou...

5/21/2008 12/24/2010

Serlone de Hauteville (c.1010 - d.)

Wikipedia: Serlo I of Hauteville From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Serlo of Hauteville) Jump to:navigation, search Serlo I of Hauteville (also spelled Sarlo or Serlon i...

12/22/2008 12/24/2010

Ruggero I il Gran, conte di Sicilia MP (c.1031 - 1101)

"Roger the Great", "Sicily", "Bosso ou o Grande Conde", "called Bosso and the Great Count"

Roger de Hauteville aka Ruggero I conde si Sicilia had three wives and up to 18 children List of children (from Italian wikipedia, with additions from Medieval Lands database) (1) Judith (Giuditt...

9/11/2007 12/24/2010

Roberto il Guiscardo, duca di Puglia MP (c.1015 - 1085)

"de Altavilla", "Guiscard; Guiscardo", "Guiscard", "the Cunning"

--------------------- Roberto Guiscardo (?, c. 1015-Cefalonia, 1085) Militar y aventurero normando. Conde (1057-1059) y luego duque de Apulia y Calabria, y de Sicilia (1059-1085). La conquista ...

5/11/2007 12/24/2010

Guillaume de Hauteville MP (1027 - c.1070)

Wikipedia: William of the Principate From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to:navigation, search William of Hauteville (c. 1027-1080) was one of the younger sons of Tancred of Hauteville...

12/21/2008 12/24/2010

Guillaume de Hauteville, conte di Puglia MP (b. - 1046)

""Iron-Arm"", ""Bracciodiferro""

12/22/2008 12/24/2010

Tancred Guiscard, seigneur de Hauteville MP (c.970 - c.1041)

"Tancrède/ l'Ancien", "Tancred"

Tancred of Hauteville, Seigneur (Lord) de Hauteville married (1) Muriella and (2) Fredesinda Tancred de Hauteville was an eleventh-century Norman petty lord about whom little is known. His historic...

5/11/2007 12/24/2010