Johan (?)1

F
     Johan (?) married John Barrett of Blythborough.1

Citations

  1. [S632] Joseph James Muskett, "Suffolk Manorial Families", Ancestral File, v.II p. 160.

Rich Love1

M

Child of Rich Love

Citations

  1. [S632] Joseph James Muskett, "Suffolk Manorial Families", Ancestral File, v.II p. 158.

Jane Lee

F
     Jane Lee married John Birchard, son of Thomas Birchard and Mary Robinson, circa 1680.

Thomas Birchard1,2,3

M, b. circa 1595, d. between 9 May 1683 and 16 September 1684
     Thomas Birchard was born circa 1595 at bpt. 12 Oct 1595, Fairsted, Essex.1 He was the son of William Byrcharde and Catherine Finch.1 Thomas Birchard married Mary Robinson, daughter of Rev. Henry Robinson and Elizabeth Orvice, on 23 October 1620 at Fairsted, Essex, England.2 Thomas Birchard died between 9 May 1683 and 16 September 1684 at prob. Edgartown upon Martha's Vineyard.1

Child of Thomas Birchard and Mary Robinson

Citations

  1. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins, v.I pp. 293-298.
  2. [S582] Jane Fletcher Fiske, TAG, v. 51 pp17-21.
  3. [S582] Jane Fletcher Fiske, TAG, v. 16 pp 157163.

William Byrcharde1,2

M
     William Byrcharde married Catherine Finch in 1595 at Finch at Great Leighs.1,2

Child of William Byrcharde and Catherine Finch

Citations

  1. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins, v.I pp. 293-298.
  2. [S582] Jane Fletcher Fiske, TAG, v. 51 pp17-21.

Mary Robinson1

F, b. 18 March 1596/97, d. 24 March 1655
     Mary Robinson was born on 18 March 1596/97 at Fairsted, Essex, England.2 She was the daughter of Rev. Henry Robinson and Elizabeth Orvice.2 Mary Robinson was baptized on 27 March 1597 at Fairstead, Essex, England. She married Thomas Birchard, son of William Byrcharde and Catherine Finch, on 23 October 1620 at Fairsted, Essex, England.2 Mary Robinson died on 24 March 1655 at Roxbury at age 58.2

Child of Mary Robinson and Thomas Birchard

Citations

  1. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins, v.I pp. 293-298.
  2. [S582] Jane Fletcher Fiske, TAG, v. 51 pp17-21.

Catherine Finch1

F, d. 1635
     Catherine Finch married William Byrcharde in 1595 at Finch at Great Leighs.1,2 Catherine Finch died in 1635 at bur. 7 Feb 1635, Terling.2

Child of Catherine Finch and William Byrcharde

Citations

  1. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins, v.I pp. 293-298.
  2. [S582] Jane Fletcher Fiske, TAG, v. 51 pp17-21.

Rev. Henry Robinson1

M, b. circa 1550, d. 1625
     Rev. Henry Robinson was born circa 1550.1 He was the son of Anne Withers.1 Rev. Henry Robinson married Elizabeth Orvice, daughter of John Orvice, in 1580 at Terling.1 Rev. Henry Robinson died in 1625 at bur 6 Nov 1625, Fairsted.1

Child of Rev. Henry Robinson and Elizabeth Orvice

Citations

  1. [S582] Jane Fletcher Fiske, TAG, v. 51 pp17-21.

Elizabeth Orvice1

F, b. circa 1561
     Elizabeth Orvice was born circa 1561 at bpt. 23 Biv 1561.1 She was the daughter of John Orvice.1 Elizabeth Orvice married Rev. Henry Robinson, son of Anne Withers, in 1580 at Terling.1

Child of Elizabeth Orvice and Rev. Henry Robinson

Citations

  1. [S582] Jane Fletcher Fiske, TAG, v. 51 pp17-21.

Anne Withers1

F, b. circa 1524, d. 1618
     Anne Withers was born circa 1524.1 She was the daughter of Sir Lawrence Withers.1 Anne Withers died in 1618 at bur. 29 Oct 1614.1

Child of Anne Withers

Citations

  1. [S582] Jane Fletcher Fiske, TAG, v. 51 pp17-21.

John Orvice1

M, d. 11 January 1582
     John Orvice died on 11 January 1582.1

Child of John Orvice

Citations

  1. [S582] Jane Fletcher Fiske, TAG, v. 51 pp17-21.

Sir Lawrence Withers1

M

Child of Sir Lawrence Withers

Citations

  1. [S582] Jane Fletcher Fiske, TAG, v. 51 pp17-21.

Gerret Cornelisse Van Nieuwkirk1

M
     Gerret Cornelisse Van Nieuwkirk is the son of Cornelisse Van Nieuwkirk.1

Citations

  1. [S622] Nieuwkirk, "Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania", p. 2 + 3.

Jacob Lubi1

M
     Jacob Lubi married Geertruyt Leons.1

Child of Jacob Lubi and Geertruyt Leons

Citations

  1. [S622] Nieuwkirk, "Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania", p. 5.

Geertruyt Leons1

F
     Geertruyt Leons married Jacob Lubi.1

Child of Geertruyt Leons and Jacob Lubi

Citations

  1. [S622] Nieuwkirk, "Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania", p. 5.

Abigail Bell1

F

Child of Abigail Bell and Mattheus Brink

Citations

  1. [S622] Nieuwkirk, "Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania", p. 18.

Jenn Turner

F
     Jenn Turner married Tracy Ashley Crocker Jr., son of Tracy Ashley Crocker and Patricia Amy Mangold, on 6 August 2016.

Rebecca Richmond

F, b. February 1867
     Her married name was Mills. Rebecca Richmond was born in February 1867. She married Frederick Mills, son of Ranslaer Mills and Caroline Clark, on 29 April 1889 at Brantford, Brant, Ontario, Canada.

Duchess Consort of Bavaria Hiltrude1

F
     Duchess Consort of Bavaria Hiltrude is the daughter of Charles Martel "The Hammer" and Rotrude of Hesbaye.1

Citations

  1. [S633] Christian Settipani, Les Ancetres de Charlemagne.

Landrade

F
     Landrade is the daughter of Charles Martel "The Hammer" and Rotrude of Hesbaye.

Auda of France

F
     Auda of France is the daughter of Charles Martel "The Hammer" and Rotrude of Hesbaye.

Lambert of Hesbaye1,2

M, d. after 650
     Lambert of Hesbaye was the son of Chrodbert I Bishop of Tours and Glismoda of Bavaria.1 Lambert of Hesbaye died after 650.1

Child of Lambert of Hesbaye

Citations

  1. [S633] Christian Settipani, Les Ancetres de Charlemagne.
  2. [S636] Wilhelm Karl Isenburg/Detlev Schwennicke, Europäische Stammtafeln.

Chrodbert I Bishop of Tours1,2

M, d. 695
     Chrodbert I Bishop of Tours was the son of Charibert of Hesbye and Wulfgurd of Hesbaye.2,1 Chrodbert I Bishop of Tours married Glismoda of Bavaria. Chrodbert I Bishop of Tours died in 695.1

Child of Chrodbert I Bishop of Tours and Glismoda of Bavaria

Citations

  1. [S633] Christian Settipani, Les Ancetres de Charlemagne.
  2. [S635] FMG, online FMG.ac, http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/…

Charibert of Hesbye1,2,3

M, b. 555, d. 636
     Charibert of Hesbye married Wulfgurd of Hesbaye.3,1 Charibert of Hesbye was born in 555.1 He was the son of Charibert I Charibert I - Merovingian King of Paris -561-567 and Ingoberga. Charibert of Hesbye died in 636.1

Child of Charibert of Hesbye and Wulfgurd of Hesbaye

Citations

  1. [S635] FMG, online FMG.ac, http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/…
  2. [S636] Wilhelm Karl Isenburg/Detlev Schwennicke, Europäische Stammtafeln.
  3. [S633] Christian Settipani, Les Ancetres de Charlemagne.

Wulfgurd of Hesbaye1

F

Child of Wulfgurd of Hesbaye and Charibert of Hesbye

Citations

  1. [S633] Christian Settipani, Les Ancetres de Charlemagne.
  2. [S635] FMG, online FMG.ac, http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/…

Charibert I Charibert I - Merovingian King of Paris -561-5671,2,3

M, b. circa 517, d. December 567
     Charibert I Charibert I - Merovingian King of Paris -561-567 was born circa 517.1 He was the son of Clothaire I King of Soissons, King of Orleans, King of France and Ingund.1 Charibert I Charibert I - Merovingian King of Paris -561-567 married Ingoberga.3 Charibert I Charibert I - Merovingian King of Paris -561-567 married Merofled.3 Charibert I Charibert I - Merovingian King of Paris -561-567 Military campaigns and enthronement

In 556, Chlothar sent his sons Charibert and Gunthram (his youngest) against their stepmother, "Chunna," and younger stepbrother, "Chramn," who were in revolt. During ongoing negotiations, Chramn was hiding out on Black Mountain in the Limousin. When the negotiations failed, the two armies prepared for battle. However, a thunderstorm prevented any engagement, and Chramn (who was hiding out in Black Mountain) sent forged letters to his brothers (Charibert and Gunthram) in which he falsely reported the death of their father (Chlothar). Charibert and Guntram immediately returned to Burgundy to secure their positions.


Partition of Chlothar's kingdom, 561; Charibert's realm in pink
After the actual death of Chlothar in 561, the Frankish kingdom was divided between his sons in a new configuration (map, left). Each son ruled a distinct realm which was not necessarily geographically coherent but could contain two unconnected regions. Their kingdoms were named after the city from which they ruled. . Charibert received Neustria (the region between the Somme and the Loire), Aquitaine, and Novempopulana with Paris as his capital. His other chief cities were Rouen, Tours, Poitiers, Limoges, Bordeaux, Toulouse, Cahors, and Albi. Guntram received Burgundy. Sigebert received Austrasia (including Rheims) with his capital at Metz, and the youngest brother Chilperic received a compact kingdom with Soissons as its capital.[1]

Death and legacy
Though Charibert was eloquent and learned in the law, Gregory of Tours found him one of the most dissolute of the early Merovingians. He maintained four concurrent wives, two of them sisters,[2] and this resulted in his excommunication by Germanus.[3] This was the first ever excommunication of a Merovingian king.[1] As a result, he was buried in disgrace at Blavia castellum, a stronghold in the Tractatus Armoricani. At his death, his brothers divided his realm between them, agreeing at first to hold Paris in common. His surviving queen (out of four), Theudechild, proposed a marriage with Guntram, though a council held at Paris in 557 had outlawed such matches as incestuous. Guntram decided to house her more safely, though unwillingly, in a nunnery at Arles.

The main source for Charibert's life is Gregory of Tours' History of the Franks (Book IV, 3,16,22,26 and IX, 26), and from the English perspective Bede's Ecclesiastic History of the English People. in 556. He married Theudogild.3 Charibert I Charibert I - Merovingian King of Paris -561-567 married Marcovefa.3 Charibert I Charibert I - Merovingian King of Paris -561-567 died in December 567.1

Child of Charibert I Charibert I - Merovingian King of Paris -561-567 and Ingoberga

Citations

  1. [S636] Wilhelm Karl Isenburg/Detlev Schwennicke, Europäische Stammtafeln, Tafel 1.
  2. [S633] Christian Settipani, Les Ancetres de Charlemagne, Chart: Rois de la Premiere Race Les Merovingiens
    or Kings of the First Race Merovingians.
  3. [S599] Ian Wood, Merovingian Kingdoms, p. 344.

Guntheuc1,2

F
     Guntheuc married Clothaire I King of Soissons, King of Orleans, King of France, son of Clovis I the Great, King of Salic Franks, King of France and St. Clothilda; Chlothar married Guntheuc, Queen of Orléans and widow of Chlodomer, his brother. This union gave Chlothar access to Chlodomer's treasury and ensured Guntheuc's position as sole heiress to King Godégisile's lands; Frankish law allowed a woman to inherit land if she had no sons.1

Citations

  1. [S636] Wilhelm Karl Isenburg/Detlev Schwennicke, Europäische Stammtafeln, Tafel 1.
  2. [S599] Ian Wood, Merovingian Kingdoms, p. 344.

Aregund1,2

F
     Aregund married Clothaire I King of Soissons, King of Orleans, King of France, son of Clovis I the Great, King of Salic Franks, King of France and St. Clothilda; Chlothar's wife Ingund requested that he find a husband worthy of her sister, Aregund. Finding no one suitable, Chlothar took Aregund as one of his own wives. The year was c. 533-538. She remained his wife until the death of her sister, Ingund, in 546, after which she fell out of favor with Chlothar.1

Citations

  1. [S636] Wilhelm Karl Isenburg/Detlev Schwennicke, Europäische Stammtafeln.
  2. [S599] Ian Wood, Merovingian Kingdoms, p. 344.

Chunsina1,2

F

Citations

  1. [S599] Ian Wood, Merovingian Kingdoms, p. 344.
  2. [S636] Wilhelm Karl Isenburg/Detlev Schwennicke, Europäische Stammtafeln, Tafel 1.