James Calkins1

M, b. 29 April 1702
     James Calkins was born on 29 April 1702.1 He was the son of John Calkins and Abigail Burchard.1

Citations

  1. [S629] Frank J. Doherty, "Settlers of Beekman Patent", v.3 p.163.

Jeremiah Calkins1

M, b. 1705
     Jeremiah Calkins was born in 1705 at bpt 1705.1 He was the son of John Calkins and Abigail Burchard.1

Citations

  1. [S629] Frank J. Doherty, "Settlers of Beekman Patent", v.3 p.163.

John Birchard1,2,3

M, b. 1627/28, d. 1702
     John Birchard was born in 1627/28 at bpt. 31 Jan 1627/8, Terling, Essex.4 He was the son of Thomas Birchard and Mary Robinson.4 John Birchard died in 1702.

Child of John Birchard

Citations

  1. [S629] Frank J. Doherty, "Settlers of Beekman Patent", v.3 p.163.
  2. [S582] Jane Fletcher Fiske, TAG, v. 51 pp17-21.
  3. [S582] Jane Fletcher Fiske, TAG, v. 16 pp 222-228.
  4. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins, v.I pp. 293-298.

NN---- Farson1

F, b. 1751, d. 1751
     NN---- Farson died in 1751.1 She was born in 1751.1 She was the daughter of Henry Farson and Mary Hales.1

Citations

  1. [S628] Burgess Genealogy, Marvin, T.R. , p. 294.

John Farson1

M, b. 1753
     John Farson was born in 1753.1 He was the son of Henry Farson and Mary Hales.1

Citations

  1. [S628] Burgess Genealogy, Marvin, T.R. , p. 294.

Jane Farson1

F, b. 1755
     Jane Farson was born in 1755.1 She was the daughter of Henry Farson and Mary Hales.1

Citations

  1. [S628] Burgess Genealogy, Marvin, T.R. , p. 294.

Ann Farson1

F, b. 1757, d. 1821
     Ann Farson was born in 1757.1 She was the daughter of Henry Farson and Mary Hales.1 Ann Farson died in 1821.1

Citations

  1. [S628] Burgess Genealogy, Marvin, T.R. , p. 294.

Dudley James Hinson

M, b. 24 December 1825
     Dudley James Hinson married Nancy J. Heck. Dudley James Hinson was born on 24 December 1825 at Mason City, KY.

Child of Dudley James Hinson and Nancy J. Heck

Nancy J. Heck

F, b. 7 January 1828
     Nancy J. Heck married Dudley James Hinson. Nancy J. Heck was born on 7 January 1828.

Child of Nancy J. Heck and Dudley James Hinson

John Marshe1

M, d. circa 1559
     John Marshe died circa 1559 at Will dated 2 Dec 1558, prob 15 Feb 1559.1

Children of John Marshe

Citations

  1. [S630] TAG, Jacobus, Donald.

John Marshe1

M, b. after 1534, d. circa 1610
     John Marshe was born after 1534.1 He was the son of John Marshe.1 John Marshe died circa 1610 at Chipping Barnet.1

Citations

  1. [S630] TAG, Jacobus, Donald.

Elizabeth Marshe1

F, d. 1604
     Elizabeth Marshe was born. She was the daughter of John Marshe.1 Elizabeth Marshe died in 1604.1

Citations

  1. [S630] TAG, Jacobus, Donald.

William Farson1

M, b. 1690, d. 5 February 1762
     William Farson was born in 1690 at Ireland.1 He married Rachel Veal on 25 April 1719 at Duck Creek Monthy Meeting, DE.1 William Farson died on 5 February 1762 at DE.1

Child of William Farson and Rachel Veal

Citations

  1. [S628] Burgess Genealogy, Marvin, T.R. , p. 294.

Rachel Veal1

F, b. circa 1700, d. before 1719
     Rachel Veal was born circa 1700. She died before 1719.1 She married William Farson on 25 April 1719 at Duck Creek Monthy Meeting, DE.1

Child of Rachel Veal and William Farson

Citations

  1. [S628] Burgess Genealogy, Marvin, T.R. , p. 294.

Simon de Dammartin Count of Aumale1

M, d. 1239
     Simon de Dammartin Count of Aumale married Marie (?) Countess of Ponthieu, daughter of William II (Talvas) (?) Count of Ponthieu and Alice (Alix) of France (?) Countess of Vexin, between 1208 and 1211 at 1st marriage.1 Simon de Dammartin Count of Aumale died in 1239.1

Child of Simon de Dammartin Count of Aumale and Marie (?) Countess of Ponthieu

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
    , 109/29 and 144/27.

Marie (?) Countess of Ponthieu1

F, b. before 17 April 1199, d. September 1250
     Marie (?) Countess of Ponthieu was born before 17 April 1199.1 She was the daughter of William II (Talvas) (?) Count of Ponthieu and Alice (Alix) of France (?) Countess of Vexin.2 Marie (?) Countess of Ponthieu married Simon de Dammartin Count of Aumale between 1208 and 1211 at 1st marriage.1 Marie (?) Countess of Ponthieu died in September 1250.1

Child of Marie (?) Countess of Ponthieu and Simon de Dammartin Count of Aumale

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
    , 109/29 and 144/27.
  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
    , 109/28.

William II (Talvas) (?) Count of Ponthieu1

M, b. 1179, d. 6 October 1221
     William II (Talvas) (?) Count of Ponthieu was born in 1179.1 He married Alice (Alix) of France (?) Countess of Vexin, daughter of Louis VII King of France and Alix of Champagne, on 20 August 1195 at Meudon.1 William II (Talvas) (?) Count of Ponthieu died on 6 October 1221.1

Child of William II (Talvas) (?) Count of Ponthieu and Alice (Alix) of France (?) Countess of Vexin

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
    , 109/28.

Alice (Alix) of France (?) Countess of Vexin1

F, b. circa 1170, d. 18 July 1218
     Alice (Alix) of France (?) Countess of Vexin was born circa 1170.1 She was the daughter of Louis VII King of France and Alix of Champagne.2 Alice (Alix) of France (?) Countess of Vexin married William II (Talvas) (?) Count of Ponthieu on 20 August 1195 at Meudon.1 Alice (Alix) of France (?) Countess of Vexin died on 18 July 1218.1

Child of Alice (Alix) of France (?) Countess of Vexin and William II (Talvas) (?) Count of Ponthieu

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
    , 109/28.
  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
    , 101/25.

Constance of Castile (?)1

F, b. circa 1140, d. 4 October 1160
     Constance of Castile (?) was born circa 1140.1 She married Louis VII King of France, son of Louis VI "the Fat" King of France (Crusader) and Adelaide of Savoy, between 1153 and 1154 at 2nd marriage, Orleans.1 Constance of Castile (?) died on 4 October 1160.1

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
    , 101/25.

Philip I King of France, Count of Paris1

M, b. 1053, d. 29 July 1108
     Philip I King of France, Count of Paris married Bertha of Holland.1 Philip I King of France, Count of Paris was born in 1053.1 He was the son of Henry I King of France and Anne of Kiev.2,3 Philip I King of France, Count of Paris died on 29 July 1108 at bur. Abbaye St-Benoit-sur-Loire, Meulan.1

Child of Philip I King of France, Count of Paris and Bertha of Holland

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
    , 101/23.
  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
    , 101/22.
  3. [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
    , 101/22 and 241/6.

Bertha of Holland1

F, b. circa 1055, d. early 1094
     Bertha of Holland died early 1094 at Montreuil-sur-Mer.1 She married Philip I King of France, Count of Paris, son of Henry I King of France and Anne of Kiev.1 Bertha of Holland was born circa 1055.1

Child of Bertha of Holland and Philip I King of France, Count of Paris

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
    , 101/23.

Henry I King of France1

M, b. 1006, d. 4 August 1060
     Henry I King of France was born in 1006.1 He was the son of (?) Robert II [King of France] and Constance of Provence. HENRI de France, son of ROBERT II "le Pieux" King of France & his third wife Constance d'Arles [Provence] ([end 1009/May 1010]-Palais de Vitry-aux-Loges, forêt d’Orléans, Loiret 4 Aug 1060, bur église de l'Abbaye royale de Saint-Denis). The Historia Francorum names (in order) "Hugonem qui cognominatus est Magnus, Henricum, Robertum, Odonem" as the four sons of King Robert and Constance[250]. His father installed him as Duke of Burgundy 25 Jan 1016 after completing his conquest of the duchy[251]. He was consecrated associate-king 14 May 1027, at Notre-Dame, Reims, despite the opposition of his mother. He rebelled against his father, together with his brother Robert, 1029-1031, and captured Dreux, Beaune and Avallon[252]. He succeeded his father in 1031 as HENRI I King of France, at which time the duchy of Burgundy was given to his younger brother Robert. In light of his mother’s continuing opposition to his succession, he was obliged to take refuge briefly in Normandy in 1033. He regained control with the help of Robert II Duke of Normandy. A fragmentary chronicle records the death “Vitriaci” in 1059 of “Ainricus”[253]. The Chronicle of Saint-Pierre de Sens records the death in 1060 “apud Vitriacum castrum in Brieria” of “Rex Hainricus” and his burial “in Basilica S. Dionysii”[254]. Merlet reviews all these sources but, based on other documentation, concludes that the king must have died at Dreux[255]. He refers to the charter of King Henri dated 1060 at Dreux (“Drocis castro”), under which the king confirmed the foundation of the priory of Saint-Germain de Brezolles, which records the presence of Agobert Bishop of Chartres and various other members of the chapter of Chartres[256]. Merlet refers to Orderic Vitalis who states that at the end of his life the king was treated by a doctor, also from Chartres “Joanne...Surdus cognominabatur”, but died suddenly from the effects of drinking water against the medical advice[257]. He then highlights the supplementary addition at the end of the charter in question which states that “post mortem patris, Philippus rex cum matre regina” signed the document “Drocis castro in sua aula”[258]. This addition is dated “anno secundo sui regni”, but Merlet attributes the delay to the frequent lapse of time which in medieval times occurred between the action, and finalising the corresponding documentation, a phenomenon which is discussed in detail by Giry[259]. The monastery of Saint-Denis’s Historia Regum Francorum records that King Henri died “civitate Senonis”[260]. The Annales Nivernenses record the death "1060 II Non Aug" of "Henricus rex, Rotberti regis filius"[261]. The necrology of the Eglise Cathédrale de Paris records the death "IV Non Aug" of "Henrici regis Francorum"[262]. The necrology of the abbey of Saint-Denis records the death "II Non Aug" of "Henricus rex"[263]. The necrology of Auxerre cathedral records the death 4 Aug of "Henricus rex Franciæ"[264].

Betrothed (May 1033) to MATHILDE of Germany, daughter of Emperor KONRAD II King of Germany & his wife Gisela of Swabia ([Oosterbecke] 1027[265]-Worms 1034, bur Worms Cathedral). Wipo names "filia imperatoris Chuonradi et Giselæ, Mahthilda" when recording her death and burial at Worms in 1034, specifying that she was betrothed to "Heinrico regi Francorum"[266]. Her marriage was arranged to confirm a peace compact agreed between King Henri and Emperor Konrad at Deville in May 1033[267]. Her absence from the list of deceased relatives in the donation of "Chuonradus…Romanorum imperator augustus" to the church of Worms by charter dated 30 Jan 1034 suggests that Mathilde died after that date, while her absence from the list of the children of Emperor Konrad named in the same charter is explicable on the basis of her youth[268].

m firstly (1034) MATHILDE, daughter of --- ([1025/26]-Paris 1044, bur église de l'Abbaye royale de Saint-Denis). Rodolfus Glaber records that King Henri married "Mathildem…de regno eius ex Germanie nobilioribus"[269]. Her precise origin is not known. A manuscript entitled "Excerptum Historicum" records the marriage of "rex Henricus" and "neptem Henrici Alamannorum Imperatoris", commenting that the couple had a daughter who died young and that King Henri's wife died soon after[270]. The Historia of Monk Aimon records that King Henri married "neptem Henrici Alamaniæ Imperatoris" in 1034[271]. Szabolcs de Vajay[272] suggests that she was Mathilde, daughter of Liudolf Markgraf von Friesland [Braunschweig] & his wife Gertrud von Egisheim, her supposed father being the uterine half-brother of Emperor Heinrich III. The Historia Francica records the death in 1044 of "Mahildis Regina"[273]. The Miracula Sancti Bernardi records the death in Paris in 1044 of "Mahildis regina…ex Cæsarum progenie", and her burial "monasterio Sancti Dionysii"[274].

m secondly (Reims 19 May 1051) as her first husband, ANNA Iaroslavna, daughter of IAROSLAV I Vladimirovich "Mudriy/the Wise" Grand Prince of Kiev & his second wife Ingigerd Olafsdottir of Sweden (1036-5 Sep ([1075/78], bur Abbaye Villiers near La-Ferté-Alais). The Liber Modernorum Regum Francorum records the marriage of "filiam regis Russorum Annam" with King Henri[275]. Orderic Vitalis records that "Henricus…Francorum rex" married "Bertradam, Julii Claudii regis Russiæ filiam"[276]. The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Anna filia Georgii regis Sclavonum" as wife of King Henri[277]. She was consecrated Queen Consort at Reims on her wedding day. She caused a scandal by marrying secondly ([1061]) as his third wife, Raoul III “le Grand” Comte de Valois, and was forced to leave the court, although she returned after his death in 1074[278]. The Liber Modernorum Regum Francorum records the marriage of "Anna, Henrici relicta" and "Rodulfo comitis"[279].

King Henri I & his first wife had one child:
1. daughter ([1040]-1044 or before).

King Henri I & his second wife had four children:
2. PHILIPPE de France (1052-Château de Melun, Seine-et-Marne 30 Jul 1108, bur Abbaye Saint Benoît-sur-Loire). He succeeded his father in 1060 as PHILIPPE I King of France.
3. EMMA de France (1054-).
4. ROBERT de France (before Jun 1054-[1063]).
5. HUGUES de France (1057-Tarsus 18 Oct 1102, bur Tarsus, church of St Paul). m (after 1067) as her first husband, ADELAIS Ctss de Vermandois, de Valois et de Crépy, daughter and heiress of HERIBERT IV Comte de Vermandois [Carolingian] & his wife Alix Ctss de Crépy ([1062]-28 Sep [1120/24]). She married secondly (1103) as his first wife, Renaud de Clermont [en-Beauvaisis].

** from The World of the Middle Ages (John L. LaMonte) p 194--
Robert II crowned his second Henry in 1026, whereupon Constance and Robert the third son, joined in a revolt against the king in 1030. King Robert died the following year and Henry came to the throne. His brother Robert continued his rebellion supported by Constance and Blois. Normandy, Anjou, and Flanders supported the king, but he was unable to suppress the revolt, and it was only after the death of Constance in 1034 that Robert gave up his claims to the throne in return for the cession of the duchy of Burgundy. The reign of Henry I (1031-60) shows how completely the king was only one of the great counts. His authority south of the Loire was nil, and in the northhe was forced to ally with one great feudatory to counteract another. In 1034 to 1039 Henry allied with Anjou, Nromandy, and Conrad II of Germany against Eudes II of Blois and Robert of Burgundy; to gain the support of Normandy in this war, Henry ceded the Vexin to Robert the Devil and at the end of the war Anjou got Touraine and France received Sens. When Robert of Normandy went on a pilgrimage to Jerusalem he appointed the king as regent for his young and illegitimate son William: the Norman barons promptly revolted and Henry aided William in the battle of Val des Dunes (1047), in which he broke the resistance of the Norman nobles and reduced the duchy to obedience. But the alliance between William and Henry was of but short duration, and in 1054 Henry was supporting a coalition of Anjou, Burgundy, Champagne, Aquitaine, and Auvergne against William. It is eloquent testimony of the strength of William and the weakness of henry, that William managed to defeat this coalition in 1055 and to administer a second defeat on the king three years later. Meanwhile Henry had supported a revolt of Geoffrey of Lorraine against the empire in 1044, but had been unable to prevent the deposition of his protege by the emperor Henry III. His relations with the papacy were strained, partly because he tried to maintain a royal control over the French bishops, and partly because the popes were imperial appointees. When Leo IX summoned the clergy of France to a council at Rheims in 1049, Henry called them all out for military service and prevented their attendance.

In 1051 Henry married Anne of Kiev, daughter of Yaroslav the Wise, quite a fine marriage for the French monarch. Their son Philip was associated with his father on the throne in 1059 at the age of seven, and Henry died the next year, leaving Philip under the regency of Anne and Baldwin of Flanders.

** from Encyclopedia of World History (William Langer, 1962), p 225
France 1031-1060. Henry I, an active, brave, indefatigable ruler, whose reign nevertheless marked the lowest ebb of the Capetian fortunes. The rebellion of his brother Robert, supported by Eudes, Count of Chartres and Troyes, was put down with the aid of the Duke of Normandy, and Robert was pacified by the grant of the Duchy of Burgundy (which continued in his family until 1361). Henry supported the Duke of Normandy (1047), but led a coalition against him two years later,and was defeated. He boycotted the pope and his synod at Reims, and, like his son and successor, opposed the reform movement in the Church. The "prevots" were introduced to administer justice and taxation in the royal lands. The Kingdom of Burgundy passed (1032) to the empire.

** from Wikipedia listing for Henry I of France, as of 11/2/2014
Henry I (4 May 1008 – 4 August 1060) was the King of the Franks from 1031 to his death. The royal demesne of France reached its smallest size during his reign, and for this reason he is often seen as emblematic of the weakness of the early Capetians. This is not entirely agreed upon, however, as other historians regard him as a strong but realistic king, who was forced to conduct a policy mindful of the limitations of the French monarchy.

Reign
A member of the House of Capet, Henry was born in Reims, the son of King Robert II (972–1031) and Constance of Arles (986–1034). He was crowned King of France at the Cathedral in Reims on 14 May 1027, in the Capetian tradition, while his father still lived. He had little influence and power until he became sole ruler on his father's death.

The reign of Henry I, like those of his predecessors, was marked by territorial struggles. Initially, he joined his brother Robert, with the support of their mother, in a revolt against his father (1025). His mother, however, supported Robert as heir to the old king, on whose death Henry was left to deal with his rebel sibling. In 1032, he placated his brother by giving him the duchy of Burgundy which his father had given him in 1016.

In an early strategic move, Henry came to the rescue of his very young nephew-in-law, the newly appointed Duke William of Normandy (who would go on to become William the Conqueror), to suppress a revolt by William's vassals. In 1047, Henry secured the dukedom for William in their decisive victory over the vassals at the Battle of Val-ès-Dunes near Caen.

A few years later, when William married Matilda, the daughter of the count of Flanders, Henry feared William's potential power. In 1054, and again in 1057, Henry went to war to try to conquer Normandy from William, but on both occasions he was defeated. Despite his efforts, Henry I's twenty-nine-year reign saw feudal power in France reach its pinnacle.

Henry had three meetings with Henry III, Holy Roman Emperor—all at Ivois. In early 1043, he met him to discuss the marriage of the emperor with Agnes of Poitou, the daughter of Henry's vassal. In October 1048, the two Henries met again, but the subject of this meeting eludes us. The final meeting took place in May 1056. It concerned disputes over Lorraine. The debate over the duchy became so heated that the king of France challenged his German counterpart to single combat. The emperor, however, was not so much a warrior and he fled in the night; despite this, Henry did not get Lorraine.

King Henry I died on 4 August 1060 in Vitry-en-Brie, France, and was interred in Basilica of St Denis. He was succeeded by his son, Philip I of France, who was 7 at the time of his death; for six years Henry's queen Anne of Kiev ruled as regent.

He was also Duke of Burgundy from 1016 to 1032, when he abdicated the duchy to his brother Robert.

Marriages
Henry I was betrothed to Matilda, the daughter of Conrad II, Holy Roman Emperor, but she died prematurely in 1034. Henry then married Matilda of Frisia, but she died in 1044, following a Caesarean section. Casting further afield in search of a third wife, Henry married Anne of Kiev on 19 May 1051. They had four children:

Philip I (23 May 1052 – 30 July 1108)
Emma (born 1054, date of death unknown)
Robert (c. 1055 – c. 1060)
Hugh "the Great" of Vermandois (1057–1102)

Sources
Vajay, S. Mathilde, reine de France inconnue (Journal des savants), 1971

References
Charles Cawley. "Boson II of Arles". Medieval Lands. Fondation for Medieval Genealogy. Retrieved 2 August 2010.
Settipani, Christian (2000). "Les vicomtes de Châteaudun et leurs alliés" [Viscounts of Chateaudun and their relatives]. Onomastique et Parenté dans l'Occident médiéval (in French) (Oxford: Prosopographica et genealogica). pp. 247–261. ISBN 1-900934-01-9.
Christian Settipani, "Les comtes d'Anjou et leur alliances aux Xe et XIe siècles", in K. S. B. Keats-Rohan, ed., Family Trees and the Roots of Politics (Woodbridge, Suffolk, 1997): 211–267. Henry I King of France married Anne of Kiev on 20 January 1044.2 Henry I King of France died on 4 August 1060.1

Child of Henry I King of France and Anne of Kiev

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
    , 101/22.
  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
    , 101/22 and 241/6.

Anne of Kiev1

F, d. after 1075
     Anne of Kiev married Henry I King of France, son of (?) Robert II [King of France] and Constance of Provence, on 20 January 1044.1 Anne of Kiev died after 1075.1

Child of Anne of Kiev and Henry I King of France

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
    , 101/22 and 241/6.

Samuel Marksbury

M, b. 1711, d. 1784
     Samuel Marksbury was born in 1711 at Prince William, Va. He was the son of Samuel Marksbury and Native American Indian (no documentation found). Samuel Marksbury died in 1784 at Amherst, Prince William, VA.

Child of Samuel Marksbury

Samuel Marksbury

M, d. 1745
     Samuel Marksbury married Native American Indian (no documentation found) at Prince William, VA. Samuel Marksbury died in 1745 at Prince William, VA.

Child of Samuel Marksbury and Native American Indian (no documentation found)

Native American Indian (no documentation found)

F
     Native American Indian (no documentation found) married Samuel Marksbury at Prince William, VA.

Child of Native American Indian (no documentation found) and Samuel Marksbury

Lt. Samuel Huntington1

M, b. 1 March 1665
     Lt. Samuel Huntington was born on 1 March 1665 at Lebanon, CT. He was the son of Simon Huntington.2 Lt. Samuel Huntington married Mary Clark on 29 October 1686.

Child of Lt. Samuel Huntington and Mary Clark

Citations

  1. [S631] Edited by George Norbury Mackenzie., Colonial Families of the US, v.VII p. 315.
  2. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins, v.II p. 1045.

Mary Clark1

F, d. October 1743
     Mary Clark married Lt. Samuel Huntington, son of Simon Huntington, on 29 October 1686. As of 29 October 1686,her married name was Huntington. Mary Clark died in October 1743.

Child of Mary Clark and Lt. Samuel Huntington

Citations

  1. [S631] Edited by George Norbury Mackenzie., Colonial Families of the US, v.VII p. 315.

Simon Huntington1

M, b. 1629
     Simon Huntington was born in 1629 at bpt. 6 Jul 1629 St. Simon & Jude, Norwich, England.1 He was the son of Simon Huntington and Margaret Barrett.2

Child of Simon Huntington

Citations

  1. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins, v.II p. 1045.
  2. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins, v.II p. 1044.

Simon Huntington1

M, b. circa 1598, d. 1633
     Simon Huntington was born circa 1598.1 He married Margaret Barrett, daughter of Christopher Barrett Mayor of Norwich England and Elizabeth Clarke, on 11 May 1623 at St. Andrew's, Norwich, Norfolk.1 Simon Huntington died in 1633 at at Sea.1

Child of Simon Huntington and Margaret Barrett

Citations

  1. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins, v.II p. 1044.