Robert Jocelyn

M, b. 1129
     He married NN---- Fleming.1 Robert was born in 1129.2,3 He was the son of William Jocelyn and Oswalda Goushall.

Child of Robert Jocelyn and NN---- Fleming

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol. 71 pg 236.
  2. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 71 pg 236;.
  3. [S92] Joscelyn Family, Skeels, Laura , pg 526.

NN---- Fleming

F
     She married Robert Jocelyn.1 NN---- died. She was the daughter of John Fleming. NN---- was born.2

Child of NN---- Fleming and Robert Jocelyn

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol. 71 pg 236.
  2. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 71 pg 236.

John Fleming

M
     John was born.1

Child of John Fleming

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 71 pg 236.

William Jocelyn

M, b. circa 1107
     He married Oswalda Goushall.1 William was born circa 1107.2,3 He was the son of Geoffrey Jocelyn.

Child of William Jocelyn and Oswalda Goushall

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 71 pg 236.
  2. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 71 pg 236;.
  3. [S92] Joscelyn Family, Skeels, Laura , pg 526.

Oswalda Goushall

F
     She married William Jocelyn.1 Oswalda was born.1

Child of Oswalda Goushall and William Jocelyn

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 71 pg 236.

Geoffrey Jocelyn

M, b. circa 1085
     

Geoffrey inherited his father's lands, his elder brother having taken holy orders.

Geoffrey was born circa 1085.1,2 He was the son of Sir Gilbert or Galfridus Jocelinus and NN---- NN----. He married an unknown person circa 1106.3,4

Child of Geoffrey Jocelyn

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 71 pg 236;.
  2. [S92] Joscelyn Family, Skeels, Laura , pg525.
  3. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 71 pg 237;.
  4. [S92] Joscelyn Family, Skeels, Laura , pg 526.

John De Bisset

M
     John was born.1

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 71 pg 236.

Sir Gilbert or Galfridus Jocelinus

M
     Sir Gilbert or Galfridus Jocelinus was the son of Gilbertus (Aegedius) Joscelinus. Gilbert died. He resided, at Lincolnshire, England.1,2


Sir Gilbert, a wealthy Norman knight, was sent to France to acquire an education, and who returned to England, it is said, with the Conqueror in 1066. Married the daughter of a Saxon thane. To this son descended the vast landed possessions of his father in Lincolnshire and adjoing counties. Here he held Gilbert of Gaunt the lordships of Semperingham and Tyrrington.


He married NN---- NN----.

Children of Sir Gilbert or Galfridus Jocelinus and NN---- NN----

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 71 pg 236;.
  2. [S92] Joscelyn Family, Skeels, Laura , pg 525.

Gilbert Jocelyn

M, b. circa 1083
     Gilbert died at Semperingham, County Lincoln, England.1 Gilbert was born circa 1083 at Semperingham, County Lincoln, England.1 He was the son of Sir Gilbert or Galfridus Jocelinus and NN---- NN----.

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 71 pg 236.

Grace de Tracy

F
     Grace was born.1,2,3 John de Sudeley, son and heir. In 1130 he accounted under Gloucs. for 10 mks. of silver for a plea of his wife. He m. Grace da. of William de Tracy, a natural son of King Henry I. John died probably late in the reign of Henry I.

      "The Complete Peerage of England Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom" vol 5 fam. 413.

She was the daughter of William De Tracy. She married John (Lord) de Sudeley circa 1130.4,5

Child of Grace de Tracy and John (Lord) de Sudeley

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 119 pg 96;.
  2. [S109] Turton's Plantagenet, Turton, W.H. , pg 133:.
  3. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol XXII pg413.
  4. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 5,.
  5. [S94] Heraldic History, Burke, John ESQ , pg 530.

William De Tracy

M, b. after 1090/1091, d. 1136
     William de Tracy, bye-blow of King Henry I of England. Almost certainly being younger than his half brother Robert de Caen, Earl of Gloucester, died soon after his father; granted during his father's lifetime the escheated estates of William Capra in Devonshire including the barony of Bradninch, Devon.
     
     

William De Tracy was born illegitimate. William was born after 1090/1091.1,2,3 He was the son of Henry I King of England. William died in 1136.3

Child of William De Tracy

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol XXII;.
  2. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 119 pg 96;.
  3. [S109] Turton's Plantagenet, Turton, W.H. , pg 133.

Henry I King of England1,2

M, b. circa 1070, d. 1 December 1135
      Henry I, King of England
     
      Henry I, born circa 1068, one of the greatest kings of England, ascended the throne on August 5, 1100, and ruled until his death on December 1, 1135. The third son of William I, he succeeded his oldest brother, William II, who died under suspicious circumstances while hunting with Henry. Henry's older brother Robert I (c.1054-1134), duke of Normandy, invaded (1101) England but was forced to recognize Henry as king. Subsequently, Henry seized (1106) Normandy as well.
     
      In his coronation charter (1100) Henry promised to remedy the alleged misrule of William II; this document was the first English royal charter of liberties, the ancestor of Magna Carta (1215). The king exploited his resources as feudal suzerain; yet in his reign occurred the beginning of the transformation of feudalism by the commutation of personal to financial service. The creation of the office of justiciar and of the royal exchequer also constituted the first appearance of specialization in English government. Royal justice was brought to the local level by itinerant judges, and royal control over the kingdom was strengthened. Although many barons objected to the severity of his rule, Henry gave peace, security, and stability to his country. He quarreled with the church over the lay investiture of clergy, forcing the archbishop of Canterbury, Saint Anselm, into exile for a time. This issue was settled (1107), however, by a compromise that served as the pattern for later resolution of the Investiture Controversy in Europe. During Henry's reign England participated increasingly in Continental intellectual life. His was also the first post-Conquest reign noted for patronage of learning and of secular officials.
was born circa 1070 at Selby, England.3,4,5,6,7 He was the son of William I "The Conqueror" King of England and Maud (Matilda) of Flanders. He was crowned King at England in 1100 by (an unknown value).1 He married Matilda of Scotland on 11 November 1100.8 He married Adeliza of Louvain between 29 January 1121 and 1122.8 died on 1 December 1135 at Buried in Reading, England.

Child of Henry I King of England and Sybil Corbet [Mistress]

Child of Henry I King of England and Mistress NN----

Child of Henry I King of England

Child of Henry I King of England and Matilda of Scotland

Citations

  1. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II.
  2. [S39] Frederick Lewis Weis and Jr. assisted by: David Faris
    with additions and Corrections by: Walter Lee Sheppard, Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists~who came to New England between 1623 and 1650 The lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, Robert the Strong, and some of their Descendants.
  3. [S40] Royal Heraldry, Pinches, JH and RV , pg 13,.
  4. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 5;.
  5. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II, pg 186, 203;.
  6. [S109] Turton's Plantagenet, Turton, W.H. , pg 6;.
  7. [S108] Plantagenet, Moriarty, Andrews B. , pg 13.
  8. [S39] Frederick Lewis Weis and Jr. assisted by: David Faris
    with additions and Corrections by: Walter Lee Sheppard, Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists~who came to New England between 1623 and 1650 The lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, Robert the Strong, and some of their Descendants
    , pg 3.

William I "The Conqueror" King of England

M, b. circa 1027, d. 9 September 1087
     William was born circa 1027 at Falaise Castle, Falaise, France.1,2,3 He was the son of Robert I Duke of Normandy and Herleve of de Falasie.
William I, King of England, William the Conqueror
     
      William Duke of Normandy and one of the greatest English kings, William I, born circa 1027, died Sept. 9, 1087, led the Norman conquest of England and provided stability and firm government in an age of great disorder. The illegitimate son of the Norman duke Robert I, he inherited Normandy in 1035, consolidating his rule in the face of baronial opposition in about 1042. He successfully faced further rebellions and after 1050 began to take an interest in acquiring land in England--perhaps given some encouragement by the English king Edward the Confessor. After Edward's death (Jan. 5, 1066), Vikings under King Harold III of Norway moved on England, and William soon followed with an invasion force of his own. The new English king, Harold II, defeated the Vikings and confronted the Normans near Hastings in October 1066. William's forces achieved a decisive victory, and on Christmas Day 1066, William was crowned King of England, founding the Anglo-Norman monarchy and realm. A highly capable, intelligent, and determined man, William I established a strongly personal monarchy. He imposed Norman institutions and personnel both on the state and on the church, and he brought England into the mainstream of continental development. Imposing royal authority directly on courts and other institutions, William ordered the inquests that resulted in the monumental DOMESDAY BOOK. He revolutionized the social, political, and military structures of England, replacing the English nobility with French nobles, thus strengthening his authority, and introducing continental FEUDALISM, a structure in which nobles held land in return for service in the royal army. As the Anglo-Saxon state was Normanized, so too was the English Church: English bishops and abbots were replaced by noted churchmen from the Continent, including LANFRANC of Bec, who became (1070) archbishop of Canterbury. The Conqueror had been a great reformer of the church in Normandy, and he continued this role in England. He established the archbishop of Canterbury as primate of the English church, held reforming councils (which he attended), and exercised not only his rights but also his responsibilities over the church. The bishops were among his closest advisors and officials. William I kept a close but cool relationship with the papacy, supporting ecclesiastical reform while carefully maintaining his control over the English church. He was succeeded as duke of Normandy by his eldest son, Robert II, and as king of England by his sons, first William II, then Henry I.



LAWS OF WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR.
(Normans conquered England in 1066. William died 1087.)

Here is set down what William, king of the English, established
in consultation with his magnates after the conquest of England:

     1. First that above all things he wishes one God to be revered
throughout his whole realm, one faith in Christ to be kept ever
inviolate, and peace and security to be preserved between
English and Normans.

     2. We decree also that every freeman shall affirm by oath and compact that he will be loyal to king William both within and without
England, that he will preserve with him his lands and honor with all
fidelity and defend him against his enemies.

     3. I will, moreover, that all the men I have brought with me, or who
have come after me, shall be protected by my peace and shall dwell
in quiet. And if any one of them shall be slain, let the lord of his
murderer seize him within five days, if he can; but if he cannot,
let him pay me 46 marks of silver so long as his substance avails.
And when his substance is exhausted, let the whole hundred in which
the murder took place pay what remains in common.

     4. And let every Frenchman who, in the time of king Edward, my kinsman, was a sharer in the customs of the English, pay what they call "scot and lot", according to the laws of the English. This decree
was ordained in the city of Gloucester.

     5. We forbid also that any live cattle shall be bought or sold for
money except within cities, and this shall be done before three
faithful witnesses; nor even anything old without surety and warrant.
But if anyone shall do otherwise, let him pay once, and afterwards
a second time for a fine.

     6. It was decreed there that if a Frenchman shall charge an Englishman with perjury or murder or theft or homicide or "ran", as the English call open rapine which cannot be denied, the Englishman may defend himself, as he shall prefer, either by the ordeal of hot iron or by
wager of battle. But if the Englishman be infirm, let him find another
who will take his place. If one of them shall be vanquished, he shall
pay a fine of 40 shillings to the king. If an Englishman shall charge
a Frenchman and be unwilling to prove his accusation either by ordeal
or by wager of battle, I will, nevertheless, that the Frenchman shall
acquit himself by a valid oath.

     7. This also I command and will, that all shall have and hold the law of the king Edward in respect of their lands and all their posessions,
with the addition of those decrees I have ordained for the welfare of
the English people.

     8. Every man who wishes to be considered a freeman shall be in pledge so that his surety shall hold him and hand him over to justice if he shall offend in any way. And if any such shall escape, let his sureties see to it that they pay forthwith what is charge against him, and let them clear themselves of any complicity in his escape. Let recourse be had to the hundred and shire courts as our predecessors decreed. And those who ought of right to come and are unwilling to appear, shall be summoned once; and if for the second time they refuse to come, one ox shall be taken from them, and they shall be summoned a third time. And if they do not come the third time, a second ox shall be taken from them. But if they do not come the fourth summons, the man who is unwilling to come shall forfeit from his goods the amount of the charge against him --
      "ceapgeld" as it is called -- and in addition to this a fine to the king.

     9. I prohibit the sale of any man by another outside the country on pain of a fine to be paid in full to me.

10. I also forbid that anyone shall be slain or hanged for any fault,
but let his eyes be put out and let him be castrated. And this command
shall not be violated under pain of a fine in full to me.


     

He married Maud (Matilda) of Flanders in 1053.4,5 William died on 9 September 1087 at Rouen, Normandy, France.4,2,3

Children of William I "The Conqueror" King of England and Maud (Matilda) of Flanders

Citations

  1. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II, pg 186, 203;.
  2. [S109] Turton's Plantagenet, Turton, W.H. , pg 6;.
  3. [S108] Plantagenet, Moriarty, Andrews B. , pg 13.
  4. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II, pg 203;.
  5. [S109] Turton's Plantagenet, Turton, W.H. , pg 6.

Maud (Matilda) of Flanders

F, b. circa 1032, d. 3 November 1083
     Maud was born circa 1032.1,2 She was the daughter of (?) Baldwin V, deLille Count of Flander and Adelaide de France. She married William I "The Conqueror" King of England in 1053.1,2 Maud died on 3 November 1083.3

Children of Maud (Matilda) of Flanders and William I "The Conqueror" King of England

Citations

  1. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II, pg 203;.
  2. [S109] Turton's Plantagenet, Turton, W.H. , pg 6.
  3. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II, pg 203.

(?) Baldwin V, deLille Count of Flander

M, b. circa 1012, d. 1 September 1067
     (?) was born circa 1012 at Flanders.1,2,3,4 He was the son of Baldwin IV Count of Valenciennes and Otgive of Luxemburg. He married Adelaide de France circa 1028.2,3,4 (?) died on 1 September 1067 at Lille.2,3,5,6

Child of (?) Baldwin V, deLille Count of Flander and Adelaide de France

Citations

  1. [S109] Turton's Plantagenet, Turton, W.H. , pg 6;.
  2. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II, pg 186;.
  3. [S109] Turton's Plantagenet, Turton, W.H. , pg 19;.
  4. [S108] Plantagenet, Moriarty, Andrews B. , pg 15.
  5. [S108] Plantagenet, Moriarty, Andrews B. , pg 15,.
  6. [S39] Frederick Lewis Weis and Jr. assisted by: David Faris
    with additions and Corrections by: Walter Lee Sheppard, Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists~who came to New England between 1623 and 1650 The lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, Robert the Strong, and some of their Descendants
    , line 128 pg 115.

Adelaide de France

F, d. between 8 January 1079 and 1080
     Adelaide de France was the daughter of (?) Robert II [King of France] and Constance of Provence. She married Richard III Duke of Normandy in 1027.1 She married (?) Baldwin V, deLille Count of Flander circa 1028.2,3,4 Adelaide died between 8 January 1079 and 1080 at Messines.2,3,5,1

Child of Adelaide de France and (?) Baldwin V, deLille Count of Flander

Citations

  1. [S39] Frederick Lewis Weis and Jr. assisted by: David Faris
    with additions and Corrections by: Walter Lee Sheppard, Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists~who came to New England between 1623 and 1650 The lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, Robert the Strong, and some of their Descendants
    , line 128 pg 115.
  2. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II, pg 186;.
  3. [S109] Turton's Plantagenet, Turton, W.H. , pg 19;.
  4. [S108] Plantagenet, Moriarty, Andrews B. , pg 15.
  5. [S108] Plantagenet, Moriarty, Andrews B. , pg 15,.

Baldwin IV Count of Valenciennes

M, b. circa 980, d. 30 May 1036
      Baldwin IV, the Bearded, made Count of Valciennes in 1007 and was also Count of Flanders.
     
     
was born circa 980 at Flanders.1,2,3 He was the son of Arnulf II Count of Flanders and Rosela of Ivrea. He married Otgive of Luxemburg circa 1012.1,2,3 He married NN---- NN---- circa 1031.4 died on 30 May 1036.5

Child of Baldwin IV Count of Valenciennes and Otgive of Luxemburg

Citations

  1. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II, pg 186;.
  2. [S109] Turton's Plantagenet, Turton, W.H. , pg 19;.
  3. [S108] Plantagenet, Moriarty, Andrews B. , pg 14.
  4. [S39] Frederick Lewis Weis and Jr. assisted by: David Faris
    with additions and Corrections by: Walter Lee Sheppard, Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists~who came to New England between 1623 and 1650 The lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, Robert the Strong, and some of their Descendants
    , line 162 pg 142.
  5. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II, pg 186.

Otgive of Luxemburg

F, b. circa 995, d. between 21 February 1030 and 1031
     was born circa 995.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Frederick I Count of Luxembourg. She married Baldwin IV Count of Valenciennes circa 1012.1,2,3 died between 21 February 1030 and 1031.4

Child of Otgive of Luxemburg and Baldwin IV Count of Valenciennes

Citations

  1. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II, pg 186;.
  2. [S109] Turton's Plantagenet, Turton, W.H. , pg 19;.
  3. [S108] Plantagenet, Moriarty, Andrews B. , pg 14.
  4. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II, pg 186.

Arnulf II Count of Flanders

M, b. circa 961, d. between 30 March 987 and 988
     He was a Count. was born circa 961.1,2,3 He was the son of Baldwin III and Matilda Billung. He married Rosela of Ivrea circa 968.1,2,3 died between 30 March 987 and 988.4

Child of Arnulf II Count of Flanders and Rosela of Ivrea

Citations

  1. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II, pg 185;.
  2. [S109] Turton's Plantagenet, Turton, W.H. , pg 19;.
  3. [S108] Plantagenet, Moriarty, Andrews B. , pg 14.
  4. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II, pg 185.

Rosela of Ivrea

F, b. circa 950, d. between 26 January 1003 and 1004
     Rosela was born circa 950 at Italy.1,2,3 She was the daughter of (?) Berengarius II [King of Italy] and (?) Willa. She married Arnulf II Count of Flanders circa 968.2,4,5 Rosela died between 26 January 1003 and 1004.2,4,5

Child of Rosela of Ivrea and Arnulf II Count of Flanders

Citations

  1. [S108] Plantagenet, Moriarty, Andrews B. , pg 14;.
  2. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II, pg 185;.
  3. [S109] Turton's Plantagenet, Turton, W.H. , pg 19.
  4. [S109] Turton's Plantagenet, Turton, W.H. , pg 19;.
  5. [S108] Plantagenet, Moriarty, Andrews B. , pg 14.

Frederick I Count of Luxembourg

M
     Frederick I Count of Luxembourg was the son of Siegfried Count of Luxembourg and Hedwig. died.

Child of Frederick I Count of Luxembourg

Baldwin III

M, d. 1 November 962
     was born.1 "Co-Regent." He was the son of Arnulf I Count of Flanders and Adela de Vermandois. He married Matilda Billung in 961.2,3 died on 1 November 962.2,3

Child of Baldwin III and Matilda Billung

Citations

  1. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II, pg 185.
  2. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II, pg 185;.
  3. [S108] Plantagenet, Moriarty, Andrews B. , pg 14.

Matilda Billung

F, d. 25 May 1008
     Matilda was born.1 She was the daughter of Hermann Billung [Duke of Saxony] and Hildegarde NN----. She married Baldwin III in 961.2,3 Matilda died on 25 May 1008 at Westerbourg.2,4,5

Child of Matilda Billung and Baldwin III

Citations

  1. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II, pg 185.
  2. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II, pg 185;.
  3. [S108] Plantagenet, Moriarty, Andrews B. , pg 14.
  4. [S108] Plantagenet, Moriarty, Andrews B. , pg 14,.
  5. [S39] Frederick Lewis Weis and Jr. assisted by: David Faris
    with additions and Corrections by: Walter Lee Sheppard, Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists~who came to New England between 1623 and 1650 The lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, Robert the Strong, and some of their Descendants
    , line 162 pg 142.

Hermann Billung [Duke of Saxony]1

M
     Hermann died. Hermann was born.2 He married Hildegarde NN----.

Child of Hermann Billung [Duke of Saxony] and Hildegarde NN----

Citations

  1. [S434] Duke of Saxany.
  2. [S39] Frederick Lewis Weis and Jr. assisted by: David Faris
    with additions and Corrections by: Walter Lee Sheppard, Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists~who came to New England between 1623 and 1650 The lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, Robert the Strong, and some of their Descendants
    , line 162 pg 142.

Hildegarde NN----

F
     She married Hermann Billung [Duke of Saxony]. Hildegarde died. She resided, at Westerbourg.1

Child of Hildegarde NN---- and Hermann Billung [Duke of Saxony]

Citations

  1. [S39] Frederick Lewis Weis and Jr. assisted by: David Faris
    with additions and Corrections by: Walter Lee Sheppard, Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists~who came to New England between 1623 and 1650 The lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, Robert the Strong, and some of their Descendants
    , pg 139 line 162.

Arnulf I Count of Flanders1

M, b. circa 890, d. between 27 March 964 and 965
     He was a Count. was born circa 890.2 He was the son of Baldwin II Count of Flanders and (?) Alfthryth. He married Adela de Vermandois in 934.3,4,5 died between 27 March 964 and 965.3,4,6,7

Child of Arnulf I Count of Flanders and Adela de Vermandois

Citations

  1. [S442] 'The Old.'
  2. [S108] Plantagenet, Moriarty, Andrews B. , pg 14.
  3. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II, pg 185;.
  4. [S108] Plantagenet, Moriarty, Andrews B. , pg 14,.
  5. [S207] Charlemagne V.III, Buck and Beard , pg 116.
  6. [S207] Charlemagne V.III, Buck and Beard , pg 116,.
  7. [S39] Frederick Lewis Weis and Jr. assisted by: David Faris
    with additions and Corrections by: Walter Lee Sheppard, Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists~who came to New England between 1623 and 1650 The lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, Robert the Strong, and some of their Descendants
    , line 162 pg 142.

Adela de Vermandois1

F, b. circa 910, d. 960
     Adela de Vermandois was born circa 910; 910-915.1 She was the daughter of Herbert II Count deVermandois and Liegarde (Hildebrante -Adela) of Neustria. She married Arnulf I Count of Flanders in 934.2,3,4 Adela died in 960 at Bruges.2,3,5

Child of Adela de Vermandois and Arnulf I Count of Flanders

Citations

  1. [S587] Siegfried Rosch, Caroli Magni Progenies, p.124.
  2. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II, pg 185;.
  3. [S108] Plantagenet, Moriarty, Andrews B. , pg 14,.
  4. [S207] Charlemagne V.III, Buck and Beard , pg 116.
  5. [S39] Frederick Lewis Weis and Jr. assisted by: David Faris
    with additions and Corrections by: Walter Lee Sheppard, Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists~who came to New England between 1623 and 1650 The lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, Robert the Strong, and some of their Descendants
    , line 162 pg 142.

Baldwin II Count of Flanders1

M, b. circa 865, d. between 2 January 918 and 919
     was born circa 865 at C. Flanders, Artois.2 He was the son of Baldwin I "Bras deFer" and Judith of France. He married (?) Alfthryth in 884.3,2 died between 2 January 918 and 919.3,2

Child of Baldwin II Count of Flanders and (?) Alfthryth

Citations

  1. [S443] 'The Bald.'
  2. [S108] Plantagenet, Moriarty, Andrews B. , pg 14.
  3. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II, pg 185;.

(?) Alfthryth

F, d. 7 June 929
     (?) Alfthryth was the daughter of Alfred "The Great" King of England and Ealhswith or Alswitha. She married Baldwin II Count of Flanders in 884.1,2 (?) died on 7 June 929.1,2

Child of (?) Alfthryth and Baldwin II Count of Flanders

Citations

  1. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II, pg 185;.
  2. [S108] Plantagenet, Moriarty, Andrews B. , pg 14.

Robert I Duke of Normandy1

M, b. circa 1000, d. 22 July 1035
     Robert I Duke of Normandy was born circa 1000 at Normandy.1 He was the son of Richard II "The Good" Duke of Normandy and Judith of Brittany. died on 22 July 1035.2,3,4,5

Children of Robert I Duke of Normandy and Herleve of de Falasie

Citations

  1. [S189] Royalty for Comm., Stuart, Roderick W. , Line 89/31.
  2. [S110] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II, pg 203;.
  3. [S109] Turton's Plantagenet, Turton, W.H. , pg 6;.
  4. [S108] Plantagenet, Moriarty, Andrews B. , pg 13,.
  5. [S39] Frederick Lewis Weis and Jr. assisted by: David Faris
    with additions and Corrections by: Walter Lee Sheppard, Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists~who came to New England between 1623 and 1650 The lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, Robert the Strong, and some of their Descendants
    , pg115.