pages 370-9 in ANCIENT ANCESTORS

 

                IDA

 

IDA, m BAUDOUIN de Le Bourge, Comte de Rethel (see under Rethel for ancestors). He succeeded his brother-in-law as 2nd King of Jerusalem (1118-30)

                HUGHES I de Rethel

 

HUGUES I de Rethel, m MΙLISENDE, dau of BOUCHARD de Montlhιri (see under Montlhιri for ancestors)

                BAUDOUIN II

                Cecilia, m Roger, Prince of Antioch

                HODIERNA, m HIRBRAND, Seigneur d’Hierges

                                MANASSES d’Hierges, m HELVISE de Ramleh  (see under Ramleh for descendants)

 

BAUDOUIN II, m MORPHIA, dau of GABRIEL of Melitene (see under Melitene for ancestors)

                MELUSINA (MΙLISENDE), her father’s heir as Queen of Jerusalem, d 1161, m in 1129 as 2nd wife of FULK V, Comte d’Anjou, King of Jerusalem (1131-43) (see

                     under Anjou for ancestors).

                ALICE, m BOΙMOND II, Prince of Antioch (see under Antioch for descendants)

                HODIERNA, m RAYMOND II of Tripoli (see under Tripoli for descendants). She 2ndly m a Walloon Lord and they had a son MANASSES d’Hierge

                Yvette (Joveta), Abbess of Bethany

 

FULK V, Comte d’Anjou & Maine, King of Jerusalem (1130-43 when he d after a fall from a horse) 2ndly m (while on Crusade in the Holy Land) MΙLISENDE, Queen of Jerusalem (see above) 

                Baudouin III, b 1131, King of Jerusalem (1143-1163), m Theodora Comnena (see under Comnenus for ancestors)

                AMALRIC I

 

AMALRIC I d’Anjou, King of Jerusalem (1163-1174), b 1136, m 1stly AGNES, dau of JOSCELIN III de COURTENAY (see under Courtenay for ancestors)

                Baudouin IV, King (1174-85). He had leprosy

SIBYLLA, m 1stly GUGLIELMO III, Marchese di Montferrat (see under also Montferrat for descendants)

          Baudouin V, King of Jerusalem

SIBYLLA as Queen (1186-90) 2ndly m Guy de Lusignan who became jure uxoris King of Jerusalem  (1186-92)

Alice

Maria

AMALRIC I  m 2ndly as 1st husband of MARΝA COMNENA (see under Comnenus for ancestors, & she 2ndly m BALIAN d’Ibelin (see under Jaffa for ancestors and under Ibelin for descendants)

                ISABELLA d’ANJOU, Queen of Jerusalem, m 1stly Humphrey IV de Montfort, Seigneur de Toron; she 2ndly m CONRAD, Marchese di Montferrat (who already

                     had 2 other wives in Europe),effectively the leader (1189-92 when murdered by assassins in Tyre) rather than King Guy 

                                MARΝA de Montferrat, b 1192, in 1210 m JEAN de Brienne (see below)

                One week after CONRAD died ISABELLA 3rdly m HENRI II, Comte de Champagne, governor of the Kingdom (1192-97 when he died) - see under Champagne for

                     descendants

                                ALICE, m as 1st wife of HUGUES I of Cyprus (see under Cyprus for descendants)

                                Philippa, m Erart de Brienne

                ISABELLA 4thly m AMALRIC II de Lusignan, King of Cyprus (1194-1205) and King of  Jerusalem (1197-1205)

                                Amalric III, d 1206

                                Sibylla, m Leo II of Armenian Cilicia

                                Melisende, m BOΙMOND IV of Antioch

                                                Maria

 

JEAN de BRIENNE, (see under Brienne for ancestors) jure uxoris King of Jerusalem (1210-22), d 1239, 1stly m MARΝA de Montferrat, Queen of Jerusalem (1205-12) see above

            Yolande (Isabella), heiress to Kingdom of Jerusalem upon death of her mother and dethronement of her father, m as 2nd wife of Holy Roman Emperor FRIEDRICH II (d

                 1250) and was shut up in his harem

                                Conrad IV, Associate King of Germany 1237, King (1250-54), m Elizabeth, dau of OTTO II von WITTELSBACH, Duke of Bavaria

                 MARΝA, m BAUDOUIN (BALDWIN) II, Latin Emperor of Constantinople (see under Byzantium for descendants). He 2ndly m the eldest dau and heir of Leo, King of

                     Armenian Cilicia, and for a short period till she died was jure uxoris King of Armenian Cilicia

JEAN 3rdly m Marie, widow of King ALEXANDER II of Scotland and dau of Enguerrand II, Baron de Courcy 

JEAN 4thly in his 70s m BERENGARIA of LEΣN (see under Leσn for ancestors) and was made governor of the Papal States & in 1228 Regent and then Emperor of Constantinople

                JEAN (see under Brienne for descendants)

                Louis de Brienne, jure uxoris Vicomte de Beaumont, m Agnes, dau of Raoul, Vicomte de Beaumont

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HUGUES III de LUSIGNAN, King of Cyprus (1267-84) & Jerusalem (1269-84) see under Cyprus for ancestors, m ISABELLA, dau of GUY I d’Ibelin, Sιneschal of Cyprus (see under Ibelin for ancestors)

                Boιmond

                Jean II, King of Cyprus and Jerusalem (1284-85)

                Henri I, King of Jerusalem (1285-91) & II, King of Cyprus (1285-1306 & 1310-24), m Constance of Aragσn

                AMALRIC, Governor of Cyprus (1306-10), Seigneur de Tyre, m ISABELLA of Armenia (see under Armenia for descendants) 

                Guy (see below)

                Maria, m JAYME II of ARAGΣN

                Marguerite, m Thoros III of Armenian Cilicia

                Alice, m Balian d’Ibelin; and Isabella, m Oshin of Armenia

 

Guy de Lusignan (see above), m Eschiva, dau of GUY I d’Ibelin, Sιneschal of Cyprus (see under Ibelin for ancestors)

                Hugues II (see below)

                Isabella, m Eudes de Dampierre

 

Hugues II (see above), King of Jerusalem & IV King of Cyprus (1324-59), m 1stly Maria, dau of GUY II d’Ibelin, Sιneschal of Cyprus (see under Ibelin for ancestors) 

                Guy, Prince of Galilee, m Maria de Bourbon

                                Hugues, Prince of Galilee

Hugues II , 2ndly m Alice d’Ibelin

                Pierre I (see below)

                Jean, Prince d’Antioch

                                James, Comte de Tripoli, m Marguerite, dau of Pierre I  

                James I, King of Cyprus (1382-98), m Heloise of Brunswick  

                                Janus, King of Cyprus (1398-1432)

                                                Jean II, King of Cyprus (1432-58) – see under Cyprus for descendants

 

Pierre I (see above), King of Jerusalem and Cyprus (1359-69), m 1stly Eschiva de Montfort

                Pierre II “the Fat”, King of Jerusalem and Cyprus (1369-82)

                Marguerite, m James, Comte de Tripoli (see above)

Pierre I, m 2ndly Eleanora of Aragσn

 

 

JOINVILLE (See also under Genevill)

 

 

JUDAEA - Kings

 

Note: in this section the names in bold capitals only infer modern descendants if a dubious descent through Constantius Chlorus is accepted.

 

Onias, High Priest Ruler (ca 242-240 BCE)

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Tobias, appointed by Ptolemy III

                Onias III, ca 180, succeeded by brother

                Joshua (175-172 BCE) when overthrown by Menelaus, but returned (168-160 BCE)

                Jonathan succeeded ca 172 BCE after revolt by Judas Maccabeus

                Simon, yet another brother succeeded in 142 BCE

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MATTATHIAS the Hasmonaean, d 167 BCE

                Judas Maccabeus, King of Hasmonaea (166-160 BCE), led revolt against Seleucids

                Jonathan, King of Hasmonaea  (160-143 when deposed), High Priest (152-143), d 142

                SIMON MACCABAEUS, King of Hasmonaea  and Hereditary High Priest (144-135 BCE)

                                JOHN HYRCANUS I

 

JOHN HYRCANUS I (YEHOHANAN), King and Hereditary High Priest of the Hasmoneans (135-104 BCE), m wife who ruled as Queen 104. 

                Judah Aristobulus I (Jehudah), High Priest of the Hasmoneans (104-103), starved mother to death and thus also became King

                ALEXANDER JANNEUS

 

ALEXANDER JANNEUS (YEHONATAN), 1st Priest-King of Hasmonaea (103-76 BCE), m ALEXANDRA SALOME, Queen of Judaea (76-67 BCE)

                JOHN HYRCANUS II, b ca 100 BCE, 2nd High Priest of Hasmonaea (67 & 63-40 when deposed), executed 31/30 (by order of  HEROD)

                               ALEXANDRA, m ALEXANDER I (see below)

                                                      Joseph, executed 35 BCE

                                                      MARIAMME I, b ca 54 BCE, m HEROD 37 BCE, executed 29 BCE (see below)

                                                      Dau, m Pheroras, brother of HEROD

                           Mattathiah Antigonus, King and High Priest (40-37 when Judaea conquered by HEROD)

                                                   Dau, m Antipater III, son of HEROD & Doris

            JUDAH ARISTOBULUS II, High Priest & King of Hasmonaea (67-63 when deposed), d 49

                                 ALEXANDER I (see above), d 49 BCE

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ANTIPAS  (ANTIPATER I), Governor of Idumaea

                ANTIPATER II

                Phallion, b ca 95 BCE, d 40 BCE

                                Dau, b 73 BCE, m as 4th wife of HEROD 29 BCE, d 4 BCE

                                Achiab

                                Antiochus

 

ANTIPATER II, assassinated 43 BCE, m CYPROS

                Phasaelus I, b ca 75 BCE, Governor of Judaea, suicided 40 BCE

                                son, b ca 47 BCE

                                Phasaelus III, b ca 44 BCE, m Salampsio, dau of his uncle HEROD

                                                Antipater V, b ca 15 BCE

                                                Herod V, b ca 13 BCE

                                                Alexander IV, b ca 11 BCE

                                                Alexandra II, b ca 9 BCE, m Timius of Cyprus 0 BCE

                                                Cypros III, b ca 7 BCE, d 44, m Agrippa I (mother’s brother’s son)

                                                                Mariamme VI, b ca 32 CE, m 1 stly Archelaus III of Cappadocia; she 2ndly m  Demetrius, a  ruler

                                        Agrippinus

                                       Dau, b ca 41, m as 3rd wife of HEROD

                HEROD, b 73 BCE, d 4 BCE

                Josephus I, b ca 70 BCE, d 38 BCE

                                Josephus III, b ca 45 BCE, m Olympias ca 19 BCE, dau of father’s brother

                                                Mariamme V, m Herod IV (mother’s father’s son’s son)

                Pheroras, b ca 68 BCE, Tetrarch of Peraea, d 5 BCE, 1 stly m sister of MARIAMME I.

                                sons, one of whom m Salome II 4 BCE & the other Roxana, daus of HEROD

                                dau, b ca 13 BCE, m son of Antipater III

                  Pheroras 2ndly m a servant

                                Child

                 SALOME I, b ca 65 BCE, d 10 CE, 1stly m her uncle Josephus II executed 34 BCE; she   2ndlyCOSTOBARUS (CASTOBANES), Governor of Idumaea, executed

                     28 BCE

                                Alexander III, b 42 BCE

                                Herod III, b 39 BCE

                       BERENICE I, b 36, m 1stly ARISTOBULUS 17 BCE (see below); she 2ndly m Theudion 7 BCE (mother’s brother’s wife’s brother)

                                                Antipater IV, b 34 BCE, m Cypros II, dau of HEROD

                                                Cypros IV, b ca 12 BCE, 1stly m Alexas Selcias (father’s mother’s husband’s son)

                                                    Cypros V

                                Dau, b ca 31, m son of mother’s 3rd husband Alexas

                                Dau, m as 11th wife of HEROD

                    SALOME I was then engaged in 16 BCE to Syllaeus, a Nabatean noble who  refused to be circumcised; & she 3rdly m Alexas ca 9 BCE

 

HEROD “the Great”, King of Judaea under Ronab suzerainty (37-4 BCE), 1 stly m Doris 47 BCE, a Jewess of Jersusalem, divorced her 42 BCE on his betrothal to MARIAMME I, but brought back to court 14/13 BCE & then divorced again

                Antipater III, b ca 45 BCE, executed by order of HEROD 4 BCE, m dau of Antigonus 14 BCE

                                Son, b ca 13 BCE, m dau of Pheroras (father’s father’s brother’s dau)

                                Dau, b ca 12 BCE, m Herod IV (father’s brother’s son)

              Antipater III 2ndly m Mariamme III ca 5 BCE, dau of ARISTOBULUS (see below)

HEROD 2ndly m MARIAMME I “the Hasmonean” 37 BCE (see above) to whom he had been betrothed since 42 BCE, b ca 53 BCE, executed 29 BCE for adultery with Soλmus, an Ituraean

                    Alexander II, b ca 36 BCE, executed 7 BCE by order of his father, m Glaphyra 17 BCE, divorced wife of King Juba II of Mauretania and dau of Archelaus III, King of 

                         Cappadocia and Berenice IV, dau of Ptolemy XI. Glaphyra 3rdly m Herod Archelaus

                    Alexander V

                          Tigranes V, King of Armenia

                                          Gaius Julius Alexander VI, King in Western Cilicia, m Iotape III

                                                                Gaius Julius Agrippa, quaestor prop praetore provinciae Asiae

                                                                                Gaius Julius Alexander Berenicianus

                   Tigranes IV, b ca 11 BCE, King of Armenia, d 36 AD

                   ARISTOBULUS I

                   Salampsio, b ca 33 BCE, 1st engaged to Pheroras but he reneged, then m Phasaelus III 7 BCE (see under him for children)

              Son, b ca 33 BCE, d in Rome

              Cypros II, b ca 32 BCE, engaged to Pheroras but again he reneged, m Antipater IV 7 BCE

HEROD 3rdly m his niece 30/29 BCE, dau of Phasaelus I

HEROD 4thly m his cousin 29/28 BCE, dau of Phallion his father’s brother

HEROD 5 thly m Malthace 27 BCE, a Samaritan, d 4 BCE

                Herod Archelaus, b ca 23 BCE, made Ethnarch of Judaea, Idumaea & Samaria by Augustus  (4 BCE -6 CE when deposed), sent to Vienne & d ca 6 CE), 1stly m Mariamme

                     IV, gtgrandau of PTOLEMY XII, & 2ndly m Glaphyra, ex-wife of his step-brother Alexander, divorced wife of King Juba of Mauretania, & dau of Archelaus III, King of 

                     Cappadocia and Berenice IV, dau of Ptolemy XI   

           Herod Antipas, b ca 21 BCE, Tetrarch of Galilee & Persaea (04-39 when banished), 1stly m dau of Aretas IV of Nabataea & 2ndly m Herodias, dau of Herod Archelaus

           Olympias, b ca 19 BCE, m Josephus III ca 45 BCE, son of Joseph I & Olympias

HEROD 6thly m Cleopatra of Jerusalem 25 BCE

                Herod Philippus II (Philip II), Tetrarch of Batanea, Trachonitis, etc,(04-34), b 20 BCE, m Salome III, dau of Herod Philip I & Herodias

                Herod II, b ca 18 BCE, d ca 4 BCE

HEROD 7 thly m Mariamme II 23 BCE, divorced, dau of Simon (made High Priest) son of Boethos from Alexandria & sister of Joazar

                Herod Philip I, b ca 22 BCE, m Herodias, dau of ARISTOBULUS and BERENICE

                    Salome III, 1stly m Herod Philippus II; she 2ndly m Aristobulus IV father’s brother’s son’s son

HEROD 8 thly m Pallas ca 22/21 BCE

                Phasaelus II, b ca 19 BCE, d ca 4 BCE

HEROD 9 thly m Phaedra 20/19 BCE

                Roxana, b ca 18 BCE, betrothed by Augustus to & m son of Pheroras

HEROD 10thly m Elpis 18/17 BCE

                Salome II, b ca 17 BCE, betrothed by Augustus to & m son of Pheroras

HEROD 11thly m a dau of SALOME I

 

ARISTOBULUS I, b ca 35 BCE, executed 7 BCE by order of his father, m BERENICE I 17 BCE

                Herod IV, b 15 BCE, King of Chalcis, d 48 CE, 1stly m Mariamme V, his father’s brother’s dau

                        Aristobulus IV, King of Lesser Armenia & later of Chalcis, 1 stly m Salome III father’s sister’s dau

                                                Herod VI

                                  Agrippa III

                                  Aristobolus V

              Herod IV 2ndly m Berenice III, dau of his brother, and 3rdly m dau of Antipater III

                           Bernicianus

                           Hyrcanus

              Marcus Julius Agrippa I, b ca 13 CE, King of Batanaea, Trachonitis & later of Judaea (37-44), m  Cypros III (father’s sister’s dau) 

                           Marcus Julius Herod Agrippa II, b 27 CE, King of Chalcis & later of Batanea, Trachonitis,  etc., d 93 AD

                           Drusus, b 23 CE

                           Berenice III, b 30 CE, 1 stly m Marcus, son of Alexander the Alabarch; she 2ndly m Herod  IV and  3rdly m Polemo, King of Cilicia. (She was also mistress of

                                Emperor Titus)

           Mariamme VI, b ca 32 CE, m 1 stly Archelaus III XE "CAPPADOCIA - Kings"

                   Berenice IV

             Mariamme VI 2 ndly m ruler Demetrius

                        Agripinnus

            Drusilla, 1 stly m Azizus, King of Emesa (father’s brother’s wife’s brother); she 2ndly m Marcus Antonius Felix, Procurator of Judaea XE "Emesa (Homs) - Kings"  (52-60)

                 Note: he also m Drusilla dau of Juba II

                             Antonius Agrippa (?Agrippa IV), b 79 CE (escaped Vesuvius with mother)

                 Aristobulus II, b ca 10 BCE, m Jotape I

                                  Jotape II

                 Herodias, b ca 8 BCE, 1 stly m Herod Philip I ca 22 CE; she 2 ndly m Herod Antipas ca 21CE

                 Mariamme III, b ca 16 BCE, m Antipater III, her father’s elder half-brother

                 MARIAMME “the Younger”, 1 stly m Sillius Domitius; she 2 ndly m Gnaeus Calpernius Piso (Consul 7 BCE, d 19 CE); & she 3rdly m LUCIUS CALPERNIUS

                     PISO II (Consul 15 BCE, d 32 CE, & see under Piso for doubtful descent to Constantius “Chlorus”)

 

 

JULICH - Comtes

 

GODFROY of Julich

                GΙRARD I, Comte de Julich

                                GΙRARD II, Comte de Julich, d 1094

                                                GΙRARD III

 

GΙRARD III, Comte de Julich, d 1126, m IDA de Sayne

                GΙRARD IV

 

GΙRARD IV, Comte de Julich, d ca 1140, m AGNES, dau of ARNOLD V, Comte de Loos (see under Loos for ancestors)

                RICHARDE, m OTTO I, Comte de Gueldres & Zutphen (see under Guelders for descendants)

 

 

JUTLAND - Kings

 

HALFDAN (SIGFRID) of Jutland, d 800, brother of Godfred, King of Denmark murdered 810 and son of HAROLD I of Denmark

                HEMMING of Jutland, d 837

                                HAROLD

                                Reginfred, joint King of Denamrk (812-13)

 

HAROLD ‘Klak’ of Jutland, joint King of Denmark (812-13), King (819-27 when deposed), d ca 852

                THYRA, m GORM “the Old” of Denmark and East Anglia (see under Denmark for descendants)

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GUDROD of Vestfold (see under Westfold for ancestors)

                OLAF II, King of Westfold and Jutland, d 840

                                ROGNWALD

 

ROGNWALD of Jutland

                ASEDA, m EYSTEIN, Jarl of Mψre (see under Mψre for descendants)

 

 

KEITH - Barons Erskine, Earls Marischal

 

JOHN KEITH, m JEAN, dau of ALEXANDER STEWART, “the Wolf of Badenoch” 4th son of King ROBERT II. She  2ndly m Sir JOHN LYON of Glamis (see under under Glamis for descendants); and she 3rdly m Sir James Sandilands of Calder

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WILLIAM KEITH, Great Marischal of Scotland, d 1475, m MARY, dau of JAMES HAMILTON of Cadzow 

                WILLIAM

 

WILLIAM KEITH, 2nd Earl Marischal, m MURIELLA, dau of THOMAS, 1st Lord ERSKINE

                WILLIAM

                Robert

                Alexander of Auquhorsk

                John of Craig

 

WILLIAM, 3rd Earl Marischal, d 1530, m ELIZABETH, dau of GEORGE GORDON, 2nd Earl of Huntley (see under Gordon for ancestors)

                ROBERT             

                William, killed at Flodden 1513

                ALEXANDER, ancestor of Keiths of Urras

                JANET, m WILLIAM GRAHAM, 2nd Earl of Montrose (see under Graham for descendants)

                Elizabeth, 1stly m Colin, Master of Oliphant & 2ndly m as 2nd wife of WILLIAM, 2nd Lord SINCLAIR

                Agnes, m Archibald Douglas of Glenbervie

                Beatrix,m Alexander Fraser of Philorth  

 

ROBERT, Lord KEITH, killed at Flodden 1513, m ELIZABETH, dau of JOHN DOUGLAS, 2nd Earl of Morton  

                WILLIAM          

            Robert

            Andrew Keith, Lord Dingwall, dsp  

ELIZABETH, m GEORGE GORDON, 4th Earl of Huntley (see under Gordon for descendants)

JANET, m JOHN LYON, 7th Lord of GLAMIS (see under Glamis for descendants)

Christian, m Robert Arbuthnott of that Ilk

 

WILLIAM KEITH, 4th Earl Marischal, d 1581

                WILLIAM

                Robert, Lord Altrie, dsp 1593, m Elizabeth, dau & heir of Robert Lundie

                                Elizabeth, m Alexander Hay of Dalgety

                                Margaret, m John Erskine of Dun

 

WILLIAM, Lord KEITH, m ELIZABETH, dau of GEORGE HAY, 6th Earl of Erroll (see under Hay for ancestors)

                GEORGE, 5th Earl Marischal, d 1623

                William, dsp

                Robert, dsp

                John, dsp

                Christian, m Robert Arbuthnott of Arbuthnott

Barbara, m Alexander Forbes of Pitsligo

Margaret, m William Keith of Ludquhaim

Jean, m James Gordon of Haddo

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ADAM III GORDON, killed Battle of Homildon 1402, m ELIZABETH KEITH, Lady of Aboyne (she 2ndly m Nicholas Erskine of Kinnoun and 3rdly m Thomas Somerville).

 

 

KENNEDY - Barons, Earls of Cassilis  

 

DUNCAN de Carrick in Ayrshire, alive in 12th century

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JOHN KENNEDY of Dunure (6th generation descendant of above)

                GILBERT

 

GILBERT KENNEDY of Dunure XE "Dunure - Lairds of"

                JAMES

 

JAMES KENNEDY of Dunure, m as 2nd husband of MARY, dau of King ROBERT III

                GILBERT

 

GILBERT KENNEDY of Dunure, made a Baron ca 1452, m CATHERINE, dau of HERBERT, 1st Lord MAXWELL

                CATHERINE, m ALEXANDER, Master of Montgomerie (see under Montgomerie for descendants)

                son

                                DAVID

 

DAVID KENNEDY, created 1st Earl of Cassilis (Cassels) ca 1509, killed at Flodden 1513, m MARGARET, dau of ROBERT, 1st Lord BOYD (see under Boyd for ancestors)

 

 

KENT - Earls (See under England - Kings, Grey & Holland)xe "KENT - Earls (See under England - Kings, Grey & Holland)"

 

 

KENT – Jute Kings

 

The Jute or possibly more correctly the Frisian Kingdom of Kent extended to include part of what is now Sussex until displaced from the latter by the South Saxons

 

WIHTGILS of Jutland or perhaps Frisia

                HENGEST, came to Britain ca 450, King of Kent (455-88)

                                AESC (OISC), King of Kent (488-512)

                                                OCTA

                                Rowena

                Horsa, killed at Aegelesthrep in battle against King Vortigern

 

OCTA, Jute King of Kent (512-22)

                EORMENRIC

 

EORMENRIC, Jute King of Kent (522-60)

St. ETHELBERT I (AETHELBRYHT), King of Kent (ca 560-616), became Bretwalda of all England south of the Humber, m bef 589 BERTHA, dau of Merovingian King  CHARIBERT of Paris (see under Merovingian dynasty for ancestors)

      Dau, m as 2nd wife of Eadwine, King of Northumbria, d 632

                EADBALD

                                EATHELBURH, m EDWIN, King of Northumbria (see under Northumbria, Kings,  for descendants)

      Ricula, m Sledda, Saxon King of Essex (see under Essex, Kings, for descendants)

                               

EADBALD, King of Kent (616-40) 1stly m one of his stepmothers,

                Mildred, Abbess of Lyminge

EADBALD 2ndly m EMMA, dau of Merovingian King THEODEBERT II of Austrasia (see under Merovingian dynasty for ancestors)

            EORCENBERHT       

            Eormenred, Sub-King of Kent, m Oslava

            Aethelred, martyred

                                Aethelbert, martyred

                                Eremburga, m Merewald, son of Penda, King of Mercia

 

EORCENBERHT, King of Kent (640-64) , m as 1st husband of Queen SEAXBURG of East Anglia (see under East Anglia for her ancestors)

            EGBERT (ECGBRYCHT) I (see below)

            Hlothere, King of Kent (673-85)

            Earcongota “the Holy Virgin”

            Eormengild, m Wulfhere of Mercia (see under Mercia for descendants)

                St. Eanswythe, Abbess of Folkestone

 

EGBERT (ECGBRYCHT) I, King of Kent (664-73)

                Eadric, Joint King of Kent with the East Saxon Suebhard (685-87)

                WIHTRED

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Oswini, joint-King of Kent with Suaebhard (688-90)

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WIHTRED, Joint King of Kent with Suebhard (690-92) & sole King (692-725), m CYNEGYTH

                ETHELBERT (AETHELBRYCHT) II, joint-King of Kent with his brother Eadbert (725-47) and with his step-brother Alric and nephew Eardwulf (747-762)

                                Egbert II, King of Kent (765-80)

                                Praen (Eadberht II), King of Kent (796-98 when deposed)

                                Dau, m EALHMUND (Edmund), Under-King of Kent to Offa of Mercia (see below)

                Eadbert I (see above), following period of Mercian rule Joint-King of Kent (725-48) & sole King (748-62)

                                Eardwulf, Joint-King of Kent (see above)

WIHTRED 2ndly m Ethelburga; & he 3rdly m Werberga

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Sigered, King of Kent (762-64)

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Heaberht, King of Kent (764-70)

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EALHMUND (Edmund), son of EABA of Wessex (see under England and Wessex, Kings, for ancestors), King of Kent (784-85 when Kent came under Mercian rule till 796 ), b ca 758, m dau of ETHELBERT, Joint-King of Kent (see above)

                ECgbert

                St. Alburga, d 805 at Wilton

 

ECgberHt III (EGBERT), Under-King of Kent (784-6), elected King of Wessex (802-39), remains are in Winchester Cathedral, distant kinsman of King Beorhtric (786-802) who was a son-in-law of King Cuthred of Mercia (King Beorhtric or Brihtric was also said to have m Eadburg, dau of King Offa of Mercia (d 796). ECgberHt, had been exiled at the court of CHARLEMAGNE. ECgberHt m REDBURGA (of uncertain but possibly Frankish origin and said to be a sister of the King of the Franks, which might suggest she could have been one of the illegitimate daughters of CHARLEMAGNE), defeated the invading Mercian army in 825

                son 1

                                St. Neot

                AEthelwulf

                Athelstan, Under-King of Kent (839-50)

 

AEthelwulF, King of West Saxons and Kent, King of England (839-58), remains in Winchester Cathedral, m 1stly OSBURGHA, d 852, dau of Ealdorman OSLAC of the Isle of Wight (a descendant of WHITGAR, nephew of CERDIC) – see under England, Kings, for descendants

 

 

KERR - Earls of Ancrame, Lothian and Roxburghe 

 

JOHN KERR of the Forest of Selkirk, m MARIOT

                HENRY, Sheriff of Roxburghe

                                ROBERT

 

ROBERT KERR of Auldtounburn and Cessford, had charter for Smailholm 1404

                Richard of Auldtounburn

                ANDREW

 

ANDREW KERR, d 1444

                ANDREW

                JAMES, ancestor of the Ker (sic) family of Linton

                THOMAS, ancestor of the Ker (sic) family of Gateshaw

                Margaret, m George Roule

 

ANDREW KERR of Auldtournburn and Cessford, d 1481, Warden of the Marches, m 1stly dau of William Douglas of Cavers; he 2ndly m MARGARET, dau of JAMES TWEEDIE of Drummelzier

                ANDREW, dvp bef 1467, abducted King James III from Linlithgow,  m MARGARET, dau of 1st Lord HAILES & widow of Patrick, 3rd Lord Halyburton of Dirletoun 

                                MARGARET, m Sir JOHN HOME of Ersilton, ancestors of the Earls of Home  (see under Home for descendants)

                WALTER

                THOMAS of Smailholm and then of Ferniehurst (see below)

 

WALTER KERR of Caverton and Cessford, d 1501, may have 1stly m dau of 1st Lord Hay of Yester; and 2ndly m AGNES, widow of 2nd Lord Glamis and dau of 1st Lord CRICHTON 

                ROBERT

                MARK KER of Maxton, m MARJORIE, dau of JOHN AINSLIE, ancestors of the Kers of Littledean 

                Elizabeth, m 1st Philip Rutherford of that Ilk; & 2nd m Sir Walter Scott of Buccleuch

                Margaret

 

ROBERT KERR of Caverton and Cessford, dvp 1500, m CHRISTIAN, dau of JAMES RUTHERFORD of that Ilk

                ANDREW

                George Kerr of Fawdonside, m Margaret, dau of PATRICK, 6th Lord Halyburton of Dirleton

 

ANDREW KERR, succeeded grandfather at Cessford, killed 1526

                WALTER KERR of Cessford, ancestor of the Dukes of Roxburghe (see below)

                MARK

 

MARK KERR, d 1584, m HELEN, widow of Gilbert Seton & dau of 4th Earl of ROTHES

                MARK KERR, 1st Lord NEWBOTTLE and 1st Earl of LOTHIAN

                Andrew Kerr of Fentoun and Romanno Grange, m Isabella Whitlaw

                Catherine, m her cousin Sir John Kerr of Ferniehurst

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THOMAS KERR of Smailholm and later of Ferniehurst (see above), d 1484, m MARGARET, dau & heiress of Sir THOMAS KER of Ferniehurst

                ANDREW

 

ANDREW KERR of Ferniehurst, d 1545, Warden of the Middle Marches, Baillie of Jedburgh, m JANET, dau of Sir PATRICK HOME of Polwarth 

                Thomas, dvp 1524

                JOHN

                ROBERT of Ancrame and Woodheld (see below)

                ISABEL, m WALTER KER of Cessford XE "Cessford - Lairds of"  (see below)

 

JOHN KERR of Ferniehurst, d 1562, Warden of the Middle Marches, heritable Baillie of Jedburgh, m CATHERINE, dau of Sir ANDREW KERR of Cessford

                THOMAS

                Andrew of Nethergogar, d 1581

 

THOMAS KERR of Ferniehurst, m 1stly  JANET, dau of Sir WILLIAM KIRCALDY of Grange

                Andrew Kerr, 1st Lord Jedburgh

                William Kerr (later assumed name Kircaldy) of Grange, m Elizabeth Lyon, dau of John, Lord Glamis, Lord Chancellor of Scotland

                                Alexander, 2nd Lord Jedburgh

                Mary, m James Douglas, 2nd son of 8th Earl of Morton

                JULIAN, m 1stly Sir PATRICK HOME of Polwarth; and 2ndly m 1st Earl of Haddington 

                Margaret, d 1594, m 2nd Lord Melville XE "Melville - Earls"

THOMAS, 2ndly m JANET, dau of WILLIAM SCOTT of Branxholme and sister of Sir Walter Scott

                Thomas of Oxnam and Crailing, killed dsp 1601 at Jedburgh Fair

                James of Oxnam and Crailing, m Mary dau of James Rutherford

                                Robert Kerr, 4th Lord Jedburgh & 2nd Marquess of Lothian

                Robert Carre (sic), favourite of King James VI of Scotland (James I of England). knighted 1607, KG 1611, created Viscount Rochester 1611, Treasurer of Scotland 1613,

                     created Earl of Somerset and Baron Brancepeth 1613, Lord Chamberlain of the Hosuehold 1614, conspired with Frances in murder of Sir Thomas Overburie (gave him a

                     yellow poison in Tower of London followed by a poisoned clyster), found guilty of murder 1616, pardoned 1624, d 1645, m Frances, div wife of Robert, Earl of Essex and

                     dau of 1st Earl of Suffolk

                                  Anne, m 1st Duke of Bedford

                                                   William, Lord Russell

                Anne, d 1649/50, m 2nd Lord Balmerino

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WALTER KER of Cessford, ancestor of the Dukes of Roxburghe (see above),d 1583, m 1543 ISABEL (d 1585), dau of Sir ANDREW KER of Ferniehurst (see above)

                Andrew of Caerton, dvsp, 1563/4

                WILLIAM

                Thomas, dsp

                Agnes, m John Edmondstone pf Edmondstone

                Isobel, m John Rutherford of Hunthill

                Margaret, m as 1st wife of 5th Lord Home

 

WILLIAM KER of Cessford, d 1600,  m 1563/4 JANET, widow of James Tweedie of Drummelzier and dau of Sir JAMES DOUGLAS of Drumlanrig

                ROBERT

 

ROBERT KERR, Lord Roxburghe, Lord KERR of Cessford and Caverton, and 1st Earl of Roxburghe, b ca 1570, Lord Privy Seal of Scotland, m MARGARET, dau of WILLIAM MAITLAND of Lethington 

                William, Lord Ker (sic), dvp unmrrd 1616/7

 

 

 

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