pages 20-29 in ANCIENT ANCESTORS

                Matilda, b 1111, m in 1119 William the Atheling, Duke of Normandy, son and heir of King HENRY I of England (William drowned in the White Ship disaster 1120)

                SIBYLLA, b 1116, m 1123 (annulled 1124) WILLIAM CLITO (see under Normandy for descendants); she 2ndly m as 2nd wife of THEODORE (THIERRY), Comte

                                  de Flandres (see under Flandres for descendants)

FULK V 2ndly m (while on Crusade in the Holy Land) MELISENDE, Queen of Jerusalem, dau of King BAUDOUIN II of Jerusalem (see under Jerusalem for ancestors), who as Baudouin de Bourg had been the youngest brother of Eustace, Count of Boulogne and a kinsman of the brothers Godfrey de Bouillon, Duke of Lower (Northern) Lotharingia and Baldwin of Edessa, King of Jerusalem 1100-11), both descended from GODFREY, Count of Lower Lotharingia from 959 and Duke from 965 on death of Archbishop Bruno of Cologne.  

                Baldwin III, King of Jerusalem (1143-1163), m Theodora Comnena

                AMALRIC I, King of Jerusalem (1163-1174) (see under Jerusalem, Kings, for descendants)

 

GEOFFREY V “le Bel” (the Fair) (Plantagenet), Comte d’Anjou & Maine (1129-51), Duke of Normandy (1144-1150), b 1113, d 1151, m in 1128 as 2nd husband of 25 yrs old MATILDA (Maud)the Empress”, only surviving legitimate child and heiress of King HENRY I (see under England Kings for ancestors), d 1169. Her 1st husband was the Holy Roman (German) Emperor Heinrich V. Prior to marriage with GEOFFREY she'd been in love with STEPHEN de Blois.

                HENRY II, Comte d-Anjou (1151-89), Duke of Normandy (1150-89), King of England (1154-89), b 1133 (see under England, Kings, for descendants) 

                Geoffrey, d 1158, Comte de Nantes

                Guillaume, d 1164, Comte de Poitou

GEOFFREY V's illegitimate dau EMMA, m 1st GUY V, Seigneur du LAVAL (see under Laval for descendants), and m 2nd Dafydd I, Prince of Gwynedd  

GEOFFREY V's illegitimate son HAMELINE PLANTAGENET, m in 1163 as 2nd husband of Countess  ISABEL de WARRENNE (see under Warrenne for descendants).

GEOFFREY V's illegitimate dau “Marie of France” wrote lais and became Abbess of Shaftesbury

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LOUIS VIII, King of France (see under France, Kings)

                LOUIS IX of France

                                CHARLES I

 

CHARLES I, Comte d’Anjou (1246-1285) & jure uxoris of Provence (1246-85) & Tonnerre, Prince of Achaia & Romania, King of Sicily (1266-82),  Naples (1266-85) & bought claim to title as King of Jerusalem in 1277, d 1285, m BEATRIX, Comtesse de Provence

                CHARLES II

                Philippe, dsp 1277, m as 1st husband of Isabelle de Villehardouin

                BEATRIX, m PHILIPPE, Emperor of Constantinople (see under Byzantium, House of Valois, for descendants)

 

CHARLES II le Boiteux (the Lame), Comte d’Anjou & Provence (1285-90 when abdicated), Prince of Achaia, King of Naples (1285-1309), d 1309, m MARIA, dau of STEPHEN IV of Hungary and ELIZABETH “the Cuman(see under Hungary for ancestors)

                MARGUERITE, m as 1st wife of CHARLES de Valois (see below)

                CHARLES III “Martel”, King of Hungary (1290-95), m CLEMENTIA, dau of RUDOLF of Habsburg 

                          CHARLES I ROBERT, King of Hungary (see under Hungary for descendants)

                St. Louis, Bishop of Toulouse, d 1297

                Blanche, m James II, King of Aragón

                ROBERT “the Wise”, Comte de Provence (1309-43), King of Naples (see under Naples for descendants)

                PHILIPPE, Prince of Taranto, Emperor of Constantinople (see under Byzantium, House of Valois for descendants)

                Leonora, one of the concubines of FRIEDRICH II, King of Sicily (see under Sicily for his family)

                Beatrix, m Bertram de Baux, Conte di Montescaziosi

                Pierre, Conte d’Eboli, dsp 1315

                JEAN, Conte di Gravina, Duke of Durazzo (see under Durazzo for descendants)

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CHARLES, Comte de Valois, (son of PHILIPPE III, King of France), jure uxoris Comte d’Anjou (1290-1325), m 1stly  MARGUERITE, dau of CHARLES IIle Boiteux (see above)

                PHILIPPE VI, Comte d’Anjou (1325-50) and 1st  Valois King of France (1328-50) see under France, Kings, for descendants)

                Charles, Comte d’Alençon, killed at Crécy 1346

                JEANNE de Valois, m GUILLAUME III, Comte de Hainault (see under Hainault for  descendants)

                Margaret, m as 3rd wife of GUY I de Châtillon, Comte de St. Pol  

CHARLES 2ndly m CATHARINE, dau of PHILIPPE, titular Emperor of Constantinople (see under Byzantium for ancestors)

                Catherine, m Philippe, Prince of Taranto

                ISABELLA, m PETER I of Bourbon (see under Bourbon for descendants)

CHARLES 3rdly m Matilda of St. Pol

                Blanche, m as 1st wife of the last Capetian King, Charles IV d 1378

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LOUIS I, Duc d’Anjou (1356-1384) & Provence (1382-84), titular King of Naples, son of JEAN, King of France (1350-64) (see under France, Kings, for ancestors) 

                LOUIS II

 

LOUIS II, Duc d’Anjou & Provence (1384-1417) & titular King of Naples, d 1417, m IOLANDE de Bar (see under Bar for ancestors) 

                Louis III, Duc d’Anjou & Provence (1417-34), titular King of Naples, d 1434

                RENÉ I

                Charles de Maine, d 1472

                                Charles III de Maine, Duc d’Anjou & Provence (1480-81, leaving Anjou to King Louis XI)

                  Charles de Maine also had an illegitimate son

                                Louis de Mézières

                                                René

 

RENÉ I “le Bon”, Duc d’Anjou & Provence (1434-80), Comte de Bar (1419-53), Comte de Maine (1440) & titular King of Naples, jure uxoris Duc de Lorraine (1431-53), d 1480, m 1stly Isabelle de Lorraine. He 2ndly m JEANNE de Laval (see under Laval for ancestors)

                Jean II, Duc de Lorraine (1453-70)

                                Nicolas, Duc de Lorraine (1470-73)

                IOLANDE de Bar, d 1483, m FERRI II de Vaudémont, d 1470 (see under Vaudémont for ancestors)

                                RENÉ II

 

RENÉ II de Vaudémont, Duc de Lorraine, (1473-1508), m PHILIPPINA de Gueldre (see under Guelders for ancestors) XE "LORRAINE, Upper and Lower - Ducs"

                ANTOINE de Vaudémont, Duc de Lorraine, (1508-44), m RENÉE de Montpensier  (see under Vaudémont for descendants)

                CLAUDE

                Jean, Archbishop of Reims & Lyon

                Louis, Bishop of Verdun

 

CLAUDE de Lorraine, Duc de Guise, Seigneur de Joinville, m ANTOINETTE 

                François, Duc de Guise, d 1563

                Charles, Archbishop of Reims

                Claude, d 1573

                Louis, Bishop of Metz

                René, d 1566

                MARIE de Guise, m JAMES V, King of Scotland (see under Scotland, Kings, for  descendants)

 


 

ANTIOCH - Princes

 

BOÉMOND I of Taranto, Prince of Antioch & Tripoli (1099-1111), Duke of Calabria, son of ROBERT GUISCARD (the Weasel), Duke of Apulia (see under Hauteville, Apulia and Sicily, Norman Kings for ancestors), m as 2nd husband of CONSTANCE, dau of PHILIPPE I of France (see under France, Kings, for ancestors)

                Jean

                BOÉMOND IIxe "Calabria - Dukes"

                Mabilla (Isabelle), m William de Grentemesnil, a Crusader

 

BOÉMOND II, Prince of Antioch, Tripoli and Taranto, Duke of Calabria, d 1131, m ALICE de Rethel, dau of BAUDOUIN II, King of Jerusalem (see under Rethel & Jerusalem, Kings, for ancestors)

                CONSTANCE, when aged only 9 yrs 1stly m RAYMOND de Poitiers-Guyenne, son of GUILLEM  VII, Duc d’Aquitaine (see under Aquitaine for ancestors & below

                             for descendants)

            CONSTANCE 2ndly m Comte JOSCELIN of Edessa (see under Courtenay for ancestors) who was blinded by Nureddin in 1150.  She m 3rdly in 1162 RENAUD

                     (REYNALD) de CHÂTILLON (see under Châtillon for ancestors) who then also became jure uxoris Prince of Antioch

                                  Reynald

                        ANNE  de CHÂTILLON m BELA III of Hungary (see under Hungary for descendants)

 

RAYMOND IV de Poitiers-Guyenne (see above),  jure uxoris Prince d’Antioch & Tripolis (1136-1149 when killed and his cranium set in silver and sent to the Sultan in Baghdad , m CONSTANCE (see above)

                BERTRAND (BOÉMOND III)

                LAURENCE, m DODON, Comte de Comminges (see under Comminges for descendants)

                Philippa, concubine of ANDRONICUS I COMNENUS, Emperor of Constantinople, & m Humphrey II de Montfort of Toron  

                Maria, m Emperor MANUEL I COMNENUS

                                Emperor Alexius II Comnenus

            Baudouin

 

BOÉMOND III, Prince of Antioch & Tripoli, ruled area around Tripolis until it fell in 1109, m 1stly ORGILLOSA of Harenc

                RAYMOND, dvp, m ALICE, dau and heir of King LEO of Armenia (see under Armenia, Rhupenian dynasty, for ancestors)

                                Raymond-Roupen II, declared Prince of Antioch & Tripoli XE "Tripoli - Princes"  leading to War of Antiochine Succession

                                                Maria, heiress of Toron, m Philippe de Montfort, Seigneur de Tyre (see under Tyre for descendants)

                    BOÉMOND IV

                Boémond of Boutron (see under Dorel for descendants)

BOÉMOND III, 2ndly m Theodora Comnenus. He 3rdly m Sibylla

                Alice, m Guy I Embriaco, Seigneur de Jebail (see under Embriaco for descendants)

 

BOÉMOND IV, preferred by anti-Armenian faction as Prince of Antioch & Tripoli, m 1stly  PLAISANCE EMBRIACO of Jebail (see under Embriaco for ancestors)

                Raymond

                Boémond V (see below)

           Philippe, Prince of Armenian Cilicia, m ZABEL (ISABELLA), heiress of King LÉVON II of Armenia (see under Armenian Cilicia, Hethumian dynasty for ancestors); she

                     2ndly m HETHOUM IV who in turn became Prince of Armenia

                HENRI, d 1267, m ISABELLE of Cyprus (see under Lusignan for her ancestors and their other descendants)

                          HUGUES II of Cyprus   (see under Cyprus, French Kings, for descendants)

BOÉMOND IV, m 2ndly Melisende, dau of AMALRIC II de Lusignan, King of Cyprus and Jerusalem. He 3rdly m Plaisance, dau of HUGHES EMBRIACO III, Seigneur de Jebail

 

Boémond V, Prince of Antioch & Tripoli, became a client vassal of Hulagu Khan, m 1stly Alice of Jerusalem, Queen Dowager of Jerusalem. He 2ndly m Lucienne of Segni XE "Segni"

                Boémond VI, Prince of Antioch & Tripoli, m Sibylla of Armenia (see under Armenia, Rhupenian dynasty, for ancestors)

                                Boémond VII, Prince of Tripoli, m Margaret de Beaumont

                Lucia, m Narjot de Toncy 

                Maria, m Nicholas de St. Omer

                Plaisance, m Henri I of Cyprus

                Marie, m Charles of Sicily  

 

APULIA – Ducs 

 

ROBERT GUISCARD, Duc d’Apulia (see under Hauteville for ancestors), m 1stly ALBERADA

                BOÉMOND, Prince of Antioch (see under Antioch for descendants)

ROBERT GUISCARD  2ndly m SICHELGAITA (see under Salerno for ancestors)

                SIBYLLA, m HUGUES I, Comte de Roucy

                                MABILLA, m HUGUES I du Puiset (see under Jaffa, Comtes, for descendants)

                EMMA, m ODO “the Good Marquis”

          Tancred, m 1stly CECILIA of France (see under France for ancestors). She 2ndly m PONS of Tripoli (see under Tripoli for descendants)

                Roger Borsa, Duc d’Apulia, m Adela of Flanders, Queen of Denmark

                + other sons & daus

 

AQUINO

 

RODOALDO d’Aquino

                ADENOLFO I d’Aquino

                                RODIPERTO

 

RODIPERTO d’Aquino, d 949, m MEGALU dau of DOCIBILIS, Duke of Gaeta (d 842)

                SICINOLFO I d’Aquino

                                ADENOLFO II d’Aquino, c 980, m MARÍA

                                                ADENOLFO III (Summucula) d’Aquino

                                                                ADENOLFO IV d’Aquino, d 1042

                                                                                LANDONE II

 

LANDONE II d’Aquino, m SICHELGAITA dau of PANDULPH II, Duke of Capua (see under Capua for ancestors)

                LANDONE III d’Aquino

                                LANDONE IV

 

LANDONE IV d’Aquino, c 1130

                PANDOLFO I

                RINALDO I (see below)

 

PANDOLFO I d’Aquino

                LANDOLFO I d’Aquino

                                ADENOLFO II

 

ADENOLFO II d’Aquino, c 1196, m OTTOLINA dell’Isola

                TOMASSO I

 

TOMASSO I d’Aquino, Conte di Acerra, d 1251, m MARGHERITA di Ogentoxe

                ADENOLFO III

 

ADENOLFO III d’Aquino, d 1263, m GUBITOSA di Lauritoxe

                TOMASSO II

 

TOMASSO II d’Aquino, Conte di Acerra, d 1273, m in 1247 MARGHERITA dau of FRIEDRICH II of Germany (see under Germany, Kings for ancestors)

                JOANNA, m PIETRO II di Ruffo, Conte di Catanzario (see under Ruffo for descendants)

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RINALDO I d’Aquino, (see above), c 1160, m a dau of ROBERTO di Medania, Conte di Acerra

                AIMONE I Medania

                SIBYL, m TANCRED, King of Sicily (see under Sicily for descendants)

 

AIMONE I d’Aquino, Conte di Acerra, ca 1195

                LANDOLFO I

 

LANDOLFO I d’Aquino, m TEODORA, dau of LANDOLFO di CARACCIOLO, Conte di Montemarano (see under Carracciolo for ancestors)

                ADENALFO

                St. Tomasso d’Aquinoxe

 

ADENALFO d’Aquino, m FELLUCA (fior-della-altre)

                MARÍA, m in 1279 ROGERIO, Conte di Celano, greatgrandparents of  JEANNE de Sabran

                                (ancestors of JUSTINE des URSINS - see under Ursins for descendants)

 

AQUITAINE - Ducs

 

CHARIBERT II (see under Merovingian dynasty for ancestors), m GISELE, dau of AMAUD of Gascony (see under Gascony for ancestors)

                BOGGIS

 

BOGGIS, Duc d’Aquitaine, d 688, m St. ODA

                EUDES

 

EUDES, Duc d’Aquitaine, (fought against CHARLES MARTEL) d 735, m VALTRUDE, dau of WALCHIGISE, Comte de Verdun (son of St. ARNULF, Bishop of Metz) and VALTRUDE

                HUNOLD

 

HUNOLD, Duc d’Aquitaine, (fought against PÉPIN) d 774

                WAIFAR

 

WAIFAR, Duc d’Aquitaine, m ADÉLE of Gascony (see under Gascony, Dukes, for her ancestors)

                ESTRUDE, m LOUIS de Gavre (see under Gavre for descendants)

                LOUP II, Duc de Gascogne (see under Gascony for descendants)

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Charles, Duc d’Aquitaine, d 866, son of CHARLES II “the Bald” (see under Carolingian dynasty for ancestors)

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CHILDEBRANDE, 1st Comte d’AUTUN, m DYNAME

                Theodore d’Autun, d 879

                BOSO II

 

BOSO II d’AUTUN, Comte de Berry & Vienne, King of Aquitaine (Provence), d 887, m 1stly  ERMENGARDE, dau of LEWIS II of Germany (see under Carolingian dynasty for ancestors)

                LOUIS III

 

LOUIS III Beronides, “the Blind” King of Aquitaine (Provence), b 880, crowned Holy Roman Emperor 901 but later captured and blinded by Berengar, d 934, m 1stly  ANNA, dau of LEO VI, Emperor of the East (see under Emperors of the East for ancestors)

                CHARLES CONSTANTINE

LOUIS 2ndly m Eadgifu II, dau of King EDWARD the Elder of England (see under England, kings, for ancestors)

 

CHARLES CONSTANTINE, Comte de Vienne, d ca 962, m TEUTBERGA, dau of GARNIER, Vicomte de Troyes (see under Carolingian dynasty for ancestors)  

                RICHARD, Prince of Provence, d ca 962 (see under Albon for descendants)

                PATTON, Comte de Vienne (see under Vienne for descendants)

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BERNARD “Hairyfoot”, Comte d-Auvergne, d 868

                BERNARD II, Comte d’Auvergne (see under Auvergne for descendants)

                Guillaume I, Comte d’Auvergne, Duc d’Aquitaine (898-918)

                ADELINDA, m ACFRID, Comte de Razès

                                Guillaume II, Duc d’Aquitaine (918-26)

                                Acfrid, Duc d’Aquitaine (926-27)

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GERHARD, Comte d’Auvergne, killed 841, m dau of LOUIS I, Emperor of the West (see under Carolingian dynasty)

                RANULF I

 

RANULF I, Comte de Poitou, Duc d’Aquitaine, m 1stly Rotrude, dau of CHARLEMAGNE. He m 2ndly dau of RORICK, Comte de Maine (see under Maine for ancestors) 

                RANULF II

                dau, m FULK de Limoges (see under Limoges for descendants)

 

RANULF II, Comte de Poitou, Duc d’Aquitaine, by a concubine ERMENGARDE had

                EBLES

 

EBLES “Manzer”(the Bastard), Comte de Poitou (890-92 &902-34), Duc d’Aquitaine (927-34), m 2ndly EMILIENNE

                GUILLAUME III

 

GUILLAUME (GUILHEM) III “Tête d’Etoupe (Towhead)”, Comte de Poitou, Duc d’Aquitaine (934-63), founded Abbey of Cluny, d 963, m GERLOTTE, dau of ROLLO of Normandy (see under Normandy,

Dukes for ancestors)

                GUILHEM IV

                ADELAIDE of Poitou, m HUGUES CAPET (see under France, Capetian dynasty for  descendants)

               

GUILHEM IVBras de Fer, Comte de Poitou, Duc d’Aquitaine (963-93 when abdicated), d 995, m EMMA, dau of THIBAULT I de Blois (see under Blois for ancestors) and LEUTGARDE de Vermandois (see under Vermandois for ancestors)

                GUILHEM V

 

GUILHEM V “le Grand”, Comte de Poitou, Duc d’Aquitaine (993-1030), m 3rdly in 1018 AGNES, dau of OTTE GUILLAUME, Comte de Bourgogne and ERMENTRUDE de Roucy (d 1068) (see under Burgundy, Comtes, for ancestors)

                Guilhem VI “the Fat), Duc d’Aquitaine (1030-38)

                Eudes, Duc d’Aquitaine (1039-39)

                Guilhem VII “the Brave”, Duc d’Aquitaine (1039-58)

                GUIDO GUILHEM VIII

                AGNES (d 1077) m 1stly  HEINRICH III, Emperor of Germany (see under Germany for

                                descendants). She 2ndly m PIETRO di MAURIENNE (see under Savoie for descendants) 

                BEATRIX, m RAYMOND I, Comte de Melgueil (see under Melgueil for descendants)   

 

GUIDO GUILHEM VIII, Comte de Poitou, Duc d’Aquitaine (1058-86), m ALDEGARDE, dau of ROBERT I, Duc de Bourgogne (see under Burgundy for ancestors) and ELLA de Semur

                GUILHEM IX

 

GUILHEM IX, “Guilhem lo trobador” (the 1st known troubador), Comte de Poitou, (and as GUILHEM IX) Duc d’Aquitaine (1086-1126), a Crusader, b 1061, d 1127, in 1119 came back from Aragón expedition with Moorish slave girls.

He 2ndly m as 2nd husband of MAUD (Philippa), Regent de Toulouse (see under Toulouse for ancestors)

                GUILHEM X

                MAUD, m AIMERI V, Vicomte de Thouars (see under Thouars for descendants)

                RAYMOND de Poitiers-Guyenne, jure uxoris Comte d’Antioch & Tripolis, had proposed

                                marriage to dowager Princess ALICE, widow of BOÉMOND II Prince of Antioch, but

                                instead m her dau  CONSTANCE. He was killed by Shirkuh 1149 who had RAYMOND's skull

                                mounted in silver. (See under  Antioch for descendants)

                MATHILDE (AGNES), m as 2nd wife of RAMÍRO II, King of Aragón (see under Aragón for  descendants)

GUILHEM IX then abducted Comtesse DANGEROSA from her husband at Châtellerault and kept her in the Maubergeon tower at Poitiers 

 

GUILHEM X “le Toulousian”, Comte de Poitou, Duc X d’ Aquitaine (1126-37), b 1099, d on Good Friday 1137 at Compostella, m 1stly AÉNOR de Châtellerault (dau of DANGEROSA), d 1130 (see under Châtellerault for ancestors)

ALIÉNOR, Duchesse d’Aquitaine (1137-1204), b 1122, 1stly on 25.7.1137 m LOUIS VII of France       (see under France for descendants).  She 2ndly m in 1152 HENRY II of England (see under England Kings for   descendants)

                Guilhem Aigret, d in childhood

                Petronilla (Aélith), eloped with Raoul, Comte de Vermandois  who was already married

GUILHEM X 2ndly m Emma, dau of Comte Aymer III de Limoges

 

ARAGÓN - Condes and Kings

 

SANCHO I, Duke of Gascony (see under Gascony for ancestors)

                AZNAR of Aragón

 

AZNAR GALINDEZ, Conde de Aragón, Gascony & Urgell, d ca 839

                GALINDO I

 

GALINDO I ASNAREZ, Conde de Aragón, Fallou & Ribagorza, m GULDREGUT

                AZNAR II GALINDEZ  XE "RIBAGORZA - Condes"  

                ENDREGOTA GALINDEZ, father of TERESA INIGUEZ who m GARCÍA III of Navarre (see under Navarre for descendants)

 

AZNAR II GALINDEZ, Conde de Aragón, d bef  893, m ONECA INIGO, dau of GARCÍA I INIGUEZ, King of Navarre (see under Navarre for ancestors)

                GALINDO II AZNAREZ

                TODA AZNAR, m SANCHO I “el Reparador” of Navarre (see under Navarre for descendants)

                Dau m ABD-ar-RAHMAN III, Umayyad Caliph of Córdoba 

AZNAR II 2ndly m Urraca

 

GALINDO II AZNAREZ, Conde de Aragón, m 1stly ONECA REBELLE de Sanguesa, widow of  GARCÍA II JIMINEZ, King of Pamplona (Navarre) 

GALINDO II  2ndly m SANCHA GARCÍEZ

                ANDREGOTO SANCHES, heiress of Aragón, m GARCÍA III SANCHEZ, King of  Navarre and Conde de Aragón (see under Navarre for descendants)

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RAMÍRO I, King of Aragón, (1035-69 when murdered by a Moslem), bastard son of SANCHO III of Navarre (see under Navarre for ancestors) m in 1036 GISBERGE (ERMESINDE) de Bigorre

                SANCHO I RAMÍREZ

 

SANCHO I RAMÍREZ, King of Aragón, (1069-94) King of Navarre (1076-94), m FELICIA de Montdidier, sister of Comte Ebles de Roucy (see under Roucy for ancestors)

                Pedro I, King of Aragón (1094-1104)

Alfonso I “el Batallador” (the Battler), succeeded his brother (1104-34) and m as 2nd husband of URRACA, Queen of León and Castile

                RAMÍRO II

 

RAMÍRO II, King of Aragón “the Monk” (1134-37 when abdicated ) d 1157, m as 2nd husband of MAUD (Agnes), dau of GUILLAUME VII, Duc d’Aquitaine (see under Aquitaine for ancestors)

                PETRONILLA, his heiress, Queen of Aragón (1136-64 when abdicated), d 1173

 

RAYMOND V, Conde de Barcelona (see under Barcelona for ancestors), d 1162, m PETRONILLA

                ALFONSO II

                Raymond Berengar III, Comte de Provence

                Sancho, Comte de Provence (1181-85), d 1223

                Dulci, d 1198, m as 2nd wife of SANCHO I, King of Portugal

 

ALFONSO II “the Chaste”, King of Aragón, (1164-96), Conde de Barcelona, b 1152, m 1stly MATILDA, dau of AFONSO, King of Portugal (see under Portugal for ancestors)

                PEDRO II

                Constance, m 1stly Emerich of Hungary; she 2ndly m as the 1st wife of FRIEDRICH II of Germany 

                Eleanor, m as the  5th wife of Raymond VI, Comte de Toulouse

ALFONSO II m 2ndly in 1175 SANCHA, dau of ALFONSO VII of Castile (d 1208) (see under Castile for ancestors)

                Sancha, m Raymond VII, Comte de Toulouse 

                ALFONSO, Comte de Provence (see under Provence for descendants)  

 

PEDRO II “the Catholic”, King of Aragón & Conde de Barcelona (1196-1213 when killed by SIMON de MONTFORT, m in 1204 MARIE de MONTPELLIER (see under Montpellier for ancestors) 

                JAYME I

 

JAYME I “the Conqueror”, King of Aragón and Majorca (1213-1276), b 1208,  was to have m dau of SIMON de MONTFORT but m in 1235 VIOLANTE (YOLANDE) of Hungary (see under Hungary for ancestors)

                PEDRO III

                JAYME II, King of Majorca (1276-1311) - see under Majorca for descendants

                ISABELLA, m as 1st wife of PHILIPPE III of France (see under France, Capetian Kings, for descendants)

                YOLANDE, m ALFONSO X, King of Castile (see under Castile for descendants)

JAYME I 2ndly m Eleanor, dau of King ALFONSO VIII of León and Castile

 

PEDRO III “the Great”, King of Aragón (1276-1285), and also jure uxoris of Sicily (1282-85), d 1285, m CONSTANCE, Queen of Sicily (see under Sicily for ancestors) 

                ALFONSO III “the Liberal”, King of Aragón (1285-91), m ELEANOR, dau of King EDWARD I of England (see under England, Kings, for ancestors)

                YOLANDE, d 1302, m as 1st wife of ROBERT d’Anjou, King of  Naples (see under Naples for descendants)

                ISABEL (ELIZABETH), b 1271, d 1336, m in 1282 DIONISIO of Portugal (see under Portugal for descendants)

                JAYME II

                FRIEDRICH II, King of Sicily (1296-1337)xe "SICILY - Kings (See also under Aragón)" - see under Sicily for descendants

 

JAYME II “the Just”, King of Aragón (1291-1327) and of Sicily (1285-95), m 1stly BLANCHE, dau of CHARLES II of Naples (see under Naples, Kings, for ancestors)

                ALFONSO IV xe "HABSBURG - Dukes of Austria, Holy Roman Emperors"

                Elizabeth, d 1330, m Friedrich III of Habsburg, Anti-king, d 1330 (see under Habsburg)

JAYME II 2ndly m Maria of Cyprus and 3rdly m Elisenda of Moncada XE "CYPRUS - French Kings"  

 

ALFONSO IV “the Benign”, King of Aragón (1327-36), m 1stly THERESA d’ENTECA of Urgell  

                PEDRO IV

                Jayme, Conde de Urgell, d 1347, m Cecilia de Comminges

                CONSTANCE, d 1346, m JAYME III, King of Majorca (see under Majorca for descendants)

ALFONSO IV 2ndly m Eleanor, dau of Fernando IV of Castile

                2 sons

 

PEDRO IV “the Ceremonious”, King of Aragón (1336-87), m 1stly Maria, dau of Philippe d’Évreux, King of Navarre 

                Constance, d 1363, m Friedrich III of Sicily  

PEDRO IV 2ndly m Eleanor, dau of Afonso IV of Portugal

PEDRO IV 3rdly m LEANORA, dau of PEDRO II, King of Sicily (see under Sicily for ancestors)

                JUAN I “the Hunter”, King of Aragón (1387-96), b 1350, m 1stly Martha d’Armagnac; he 2ndly m YOLANDE de Bar (see under Bar for ancestors) and had a dau

                             YOLANDE who m LOUIS II d’Anjou, Duc de Provence (see under Provence for descendants)

                Martin II “the Humane”, (see below)

                LEONORA (ELEANOR), d 1382, m as 1st wife of JUAN I of Castile (see below and under Castile  for descendants)

PEDRO IV 4thly m Sibyl of Tortia

                Constance, d 1363, m 1stly Friedrich III of Sicily (d 1377), and had descendants

                Alfonso, Duke of Gandia, d 1412

                Isabella, m Jayme, Conde de Urgell, d 1433, and had descendants

 

ELEANOR (see above) and JUAN I, King of Castile (1379-88)

                ENRIQUE III, King of Castile and León (see under Castile for descendants)

JUAN I 2ndly m BEATRIX, dau of FERNANDO of Portugal

                FERNANDO I of Antequera  

 

FERNANDO I, King of Aragón (1412-16), b 1379, m ELEANOR of Albuquerque, d 1435

                Alfonso V “the Magnanimous”, King of Aragón (1416-58), m Maria, dau of Enrique III of Castile & they had a son

                            Ferrante I, King of Naples and further descendants

                JUAN II

                MARÍA, m JUAN II of Castile (see under Castile for descendants)

                ELEANOR (LEONOR), m DUARTE (EDOUARD) I, King of Portugal (see under Portugal for descendants)

 

JUAN II, King of Aragón (1458-79) and jure uxoris of Navarre, b 1397, d 1479, m 1stly Blanche of Navarre, widow of Martin I of Sicily 

                Carlos, dvp “mysteriously & yngr brother may have been involved” 1461, m Agnes of Clèves, d 1448 and had a daughter

                Blanca (Blanche), d 1464, m as 1st wife of Henri IV of Castile, div 1453

                Eleanor, d 1479, m Gaston de Foix, and their dau Leonora inherited Navarre

JUAN II 2ndly m JUANA HENRIQUEZ, d 1472

                FERNANDO II

JUAN II also had two illegitimate children

                Joanna, d 1517, m Fernando I of Naples

                Felipe de Carrayos del Radona, d 1547, leaving descendants

  

FERNANDO II “the Catholic”, King of Aragón (1479-1516) and Sicily,  jure uxoris V of Castile, and III of Naples, b 1452, d 1516, m 1stly ISABELLA, Queen of Castile and León (see under Castile for ancestors)

                JUANA “la Loca”, m Archduke FELIPE I “the Fair, Habsburg ruler of the Netherlands

                                CARLOS V, the future Habsburg Emperor (see under Habsburg for descendants)

                Isabella, d 1498 in childbirth, m 2ndly as 1st wife of Manuel, King of Portugal

                                Miguel, d 1500

                Juan, d 1497, m sister of Philippe “the Fair

                Maria, m as 2nd wife of her brother-in-law Manuel, King of Portugal

                Catalina (Catherine), b 1485, m 1stly Arthur Prince of Wales, son of King HENRY VII. She

                                2ndly m her brother-in-law King HENRY VIII (see under England for their children)

FERNANDO II 2ndly m in 1515 Germaine de Foixxe "FOIX - Comtes", d 1536, sister of Françoise (concubine of King FRANÇOIS I of France)

                Carlos, d an infant

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Martin “the Humane” (son of PEDRO IV see above) King of Aragón (1396-1410) and of Sicily (1409-10); m 1stly Maria of Luna, Queen of Sicily (1377-1401) - see under Sicily for ancestors 

                Martin II

Martin 2ndly m Margaret of Prades

 

Martin I “the Younger”, King of Sicily (1390-1409), m Blanche (d 1441), dau of CARLOS II of Navarre  (see under Navarre for ancestors)

                Pedro, dvp 1401

 

ARBETOT

 

GÉRARD de TANKERVILLE m HELESINDE

                RAOUL de TANKERVILLE (see under Tankerville for descendants)

                AUMARY d’ARBETOT

                Tankerville, Chamberlain to and a companion of the Conqueror

 

AUMARY d’ARBETOT

                URSO

                WILLIAM le DESPENSER, Steward to the Conqueror (see under Despenser for descendants)

                Robert the Bursar, Sheriff of Worcestershire

 

URSO d’ARBETOT (Urso of Worcester), a companion of the Conqueror, m ADELISE

                EMMELINE, m WALTER de BEAUCHAMP (see under Beauchamp for descendants)

 

ARDENNES - Comtes

 

VOIRY (WIGERIC), Comte d’Ardennes & Comte Palatine d’Aachen, grandson of ARNOUL III, Comte de Chaumontois (see under Chaumontois and Aaachen for ancestors) 2ndly m CUNIGUNDE

                    GONZELON

                SIEGFRIED I, Comte de Luxemburg (see under Luxemburg for descendants)

                FREDERICK I, Comte de Bar-le-Duc and Duke of Upper Lorraine (see under Lorraine and Bar- le-Duc for descendants)

                LUITGARDE, m ADALBERT III, Comte de Metz (see under Metz for descendants)

 

GONZELON, Comte d’Ardennes, d 943, m VODA

                GODEFROY

 

GODEFROY le Viele, Comte de Verdun & Ardennes, d 988,  m as 2nd husband of MAUD dau of HERMAN BILLUNG, Count of Saxony (see under Saxony for ancestors) 

                GODEFROY, Comte de Verdun (see under Verdun for descendants)

                GONZELON I, Duc de Basse-Lorraine (see under Lorraine for descendants)

 

ARGENGAU - Counts

 

RICHBOLD, Count of Argengau, b ca 690, d 761/2, m ERMENGARDE

                RUTHARD

 

RUTHARD, Count of Argengau, b ca 715, m 1stly HERMENLINDIS, dau of BERTHOLD

                GWELF II, b ca 745

                                GWELF

 

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