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John Legh (1485 - d.)

"Leigh"

'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, Kim...

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John Legh (1485 - d.)

"Leigh"

'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, Kim...

12/17/2013

Catherine de Aldwark (Fleming) MP (aft.1170 - d.)

"Katherine le Fleming"

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Margaret de Hulton MP (1184 - 1210)

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12/15/2013

Constance I, Queen of Sicily MP (1154 - 1198)

(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 from 1194 to 1197, a...

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Constance I, Queen of Sicily MP (1154 - 1198)

(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 from 1194 to 1197, a...

10/6/2013

William I Hauteville, "the Bad" king of Sicily MP (aft.1120 - 1166)

"il Malo", "lu Malu"

- 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 Elvira of Castile...

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William I Hauteville, "the Bad" king of Sicily MP (aft.1120 - 1166)

"il Malo", "lu Malu"

- 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 Elvira of Castile...

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 Robert ...

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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 Robert ...

10/5/2013

Osmond Drengot (c.983 - bef.1035)

allt death date 1035.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 D...

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Osmond Drengot (c.983 - bef.1035)

allt death date 1035.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 D...

12/24/2010

Gilbert Drengot, "Buatère" (Buttericus) MP (aft.985 - 1018)

"Gisleberto"

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...

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Gilbert Drengot, "Buatère" (Buttericus) MP (aft.985 - 1018)

"Gisleberto"

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

Emma d'Altavilla, di Loritello (b. - bef.1082)

"de Hauteville", "d'Eboli"

- . EMMA (-before 1082). The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified. [m firstly as his third wife, RAINOLF "Drengot" Conte d'Aversa, son of --- (-Jun 1045)...

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Emma d'Altavilla, di Loritello (b. - bef.1082)

"de Hauteville", "d'Eboli"

- . EMMA (-before 1082). The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified. [m firstly as his third wife, RAINOLF "Drengot" Conte d'Aversa, son of --- (-Jun 1045)...

12/24/2010

- 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 Repostel while...

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- 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 Repostel while...

12/24/2010

Regent & successor of Herman Drengot as count of Aversa - Richard Drengot (died 1078) was the count of Aversa (1049–1078), prince of Capua (1058–1078, as Richard I) and duke of Gaeta (1064–1078). Early...

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Regent & successor of Herman Drengot as count of Aversa - Richard Drengot (died 1078) was the count of Aversa (1049–1078), prince of Capua (1058–1078, as Richard I) and duke of Gaeta (1064–1078). Early...

12/24/2010

Jordan I (Italian: Giordano) (after 1046 – died 1091), count of Aversa and prince of Capua from 1078 to his death, was the eldest son and successor of Prince Richard I of Capua and Fressenda, a dau...

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Jordan I (Italian: Giordano) (after 1046 – died 1091), count of Aversa and prince of Capua from 1078 to his death, was the eldest son and successor of Prince Richard I of Capua and Fressenda, a dau...

12/24/2010

Richard II of CapuaFrom 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.The e...

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Richard II of CapuaFrom 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.The e...

12/24/2010

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Mauger de Hauteville, Count of the Capitanate MP (1025 - 1064)

"Malgerius"

Wikipedia: of HautevilleFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to:navigation, searchMauger of Hauteville (also Latin Malgerius or Italian Maugerio) was a younger (probably the second) son of Tancred...

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Mauger de Hauteville, Count of the Capitanate MP (1025 - 1064)

"Malgerius"

Wikipedia: of HautevilleFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to:navigation, searchMauger of Hauteville (also Latin Malgerius or Italian Maugerio) was a younger (probably the second) son of Tancred...

12/24/2010

Humphrey of Hauteville MP (aft.1015 - 1057)

"Abagelard", "Abagelard count of Apulia & Calabria"

- . ONFROI de Hauteville ([1015/20]-spring 1057, bur Monastery of Santissima Trinità, Venosa). /!\ Humphrey of Hauteville[1] (c. 1010 – August 1057), surnamed Abagelard, was the Count of Apulia and Cal...

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Humphrey of Hauteville MP (aft.1015 - 1057)

"Abagelard", "Abagelard count of Apulia & Calabria"

- . ONFROI de Hauteville ([1015/20]-spring 1057, bur Monastery of Santissima Trinità, Venosa). /!\ Humphrey of Hauteville[1] (c. 1010 – August 1057), surnamed Abagelard, was the Count of Apulia and Cal...

12/24/2010

Geoffroy of Hauteville, count of Loritello MP (c.1020 - 1063)

"Gottfried", "Godfrey", "Gaufrido"

- Geoffrey of Hauteville (also Gottfried, Godfrey, Goffredo, or Gaufrido) was a Norman military leader, the second youngest son of Tancred of Hauteville by his first wife Muriella. He joined his broth...

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Geoffroy of Hauteville, count of Loritello MP (c.1020 - 1063)

"Gottfried", "Godfrey", "Gaufrido"

- Geoffrey of Hauteville (also Gottfried, Godfrey, Goffredo, or Gaufrido) was a Norman military leader, the second youngest son of Tancred of Hauteville by his first wife Muriella. He joined his broth...

12/24/2010

Drogo of Hauteville, count of Apulia MP (c.1010 - 1051)

"Drogo", "Dreu"

- . DROGO de Hauteville ([1010/20]-murdered Castle of Monte Ilaro 10 Aug 1051, bur Venosa, Monastery of Santissima Trinità). of Hauteville[1] (c.1010 – 10 August 1051) succeeded his brother, William Ir...

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Drogo of Hauteville, count of Apulia MP (c.1010 - 1051)

"Drogo", "Dreu"

- . DROGO de Hauteville ([1010/20]-murdered Castle of Monte Ilaro 10 Aug 1051, bur Venosa, Monastery of Santissima Trinità). of Hauteville[1] (c.1010 – 10 August 1051) succeeded his brother, William Ir...

12/24/2010

count Serlo of Hauteville, I (aft.1005 - bef.1035)

- I of Hauteville (also spelled Sarlo or Serlon in French) was a son of Tancred of Hauteville by his first wife, Muriella, probably the youngest, though some sources call him the eldest. Born before 10...

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count Serlo of Hauteville, I (aft.1005 - bef.1035)

- I of Hauteville (also spelled Sarlo or Serlon in French) was a son of Tancred of Hauteville by his first wife, Muriella, probably the youngest, though some sources call him the eldest. Born before 10...

12/24/2010

- (multilingual snoop)- (short) - 16. ROGER de Hauteville ([1031]-Mileto 22 Jun 1101, bur Mileto, Abbey of the Holy Trinity). Malaterra names "septimus Rogerius minor" last among the sons of Tancred &...

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- (multilingual snoop)- (short) - 16. ROGER de Hauteville ([1031]-Mileto 22 Jun 1101, bur Mileto, Abbey of the Holy Trinity). Malaterra names "septimus Rogerius minor" last among the sons of Tancred &...

12/24/2010