pages 380-9 in ANCIENT ANCESTORS

                JEAN, m JOHN DRUMMOND, 2nd Earl of Perth (see under Drummond for ancestors)

                John, of Logie Almond

                WILLIAM DRUMMOND (later KER), 2nd Earl of Roxburghe

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ROBERT KERR of Ancrame and Woodheld, 3rd son of ANDREW KERR of Ferniehurst (see above), d 1588, m ISABEL, dau of Sir DAVID HOME of Wedderburn, 2nd son of Sir THOMAS HOME of Home

                WILLIAM

                Robert Kerr of Newton, m Helen, dau of John Grahamshaw of Newton

                                Robert of Newton, m Euphemia Douglas

 

WILLIAM KERR of Ancrame and Woodheld, assassinated 1590 by Sir Robert Ker (sic) of Cessford, later Earl of Roxburghe, m MARGARETm widow of David Home of Fischwick and dau of ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS of Fingask. She 3rdly m Sir George Douglas of Mordington 

                ROBERT

                William Kerr of Overtoun and Oxnam

                THOMAS KERR of Redden, m 1stly JEAN, dau of JAMES KER (sic) of Chatto

                                KERR family of Bughtrig

                                KERR family of La Haie

                Andrew, d unmrrd

                George

                Isabel, m John Ker (sic) of Corbet

 

ROBERT KERR, Gentleman of the Bedchamber to Prince Charles (later King Charles I), created Earl of Ancrame 1633, d Amsterdam 1654

                LETITIA, m ALEXANDER POPHAM of Littlecote

 

 

KERRY - Lords and Earls (See under FitzMaurice & O’Connor)

 

 

KERRY - Knights (See under FitzGerald)

 

 

KIEV and NOVGOROD - Great Princes

 

RURIK, 1st Norse Prince of Novgorod, (ca 862-79), b ca 845, d 879, greatgrandson of RURIK, King of Lethra (see under Uppsala for ancestors)

                IGOR (see below)

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OLEG (HELGI), Danish Great Prince of Novgorod and Kiev (893-924), captured Kiev and made it his capital

                St. OLGA, Princess of Izborsk and Regent of Kiev, m IGOR (see above)

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IGOR (INGVARR) (see above), Great Prince of Kiev (924-45), b ca 875, murdered 945, m St. OLGA (HELGA) who succeeded him as Regent

                SVYATOSLAV

 

SVYATOSLAV I IGORIEVITSCH, Prince of Novgorod, Great Prince of Kiev (945-72 when killed by Pechinegs) and Perejaslaw, defeated the Chazars, m 1stly Predislawa, Princess of Hungary. He 2ndly m MALOUCHA, formerly a concubine, dau of MAL, Prince of the Drevianes, son of DIR, Prince of Kiev, who was son of ASKOLD, Swedish ruler of Kiev (855-6), killed ca 882 

                Teropolk (Yaropolk), Ruler of Kiev (972-78 when killed by brother St. VLADIMIR)

                St. VLADIMIR I xe "St. Vladimir of Kiev"

 

St. VLADIMIR I SVYATOSLAVITSCH, Great Prince of Novgorod and Kiev (978-1015), b ca 955, m 1stly Adlaga and m 2ndly Olava. In addition he boasted of 800 concubines. He m 3rdly ROGNIEDA of the Cumans (see under Cumans for ancestors)

                Svyatopolk I, Ruler of Kiev (1015-19)

                YAROSLAV I

                PREMISLAVA, m LADISLAV, Prince of Hungary (see under Hungary, Kings for descendants)

St. VLADIMIR 4thly m Malfrida of Bohemia and 5thly m the Greek widow of his brother Teropolk

St. VLADIMIR 6thly m a Bulgarian woman

                dau, m BERNARD I, Margrave of the Saxon Nordmark (see under  Saxon Nordmark for descendants)

St. VLADIMIR 7thly m ANNA, dau of ROMANUS II of Constantinople, swapped in 988 by her brother BASIL II for 6,000 Varangian auxiliaries (see under Byzantine Emperors for ancestors)

                MSTIASLAV Vladimirski (for dau see under YAROSLAV of Vladimir below)

St. VLADIMIR 8thly m RICHILDE, dau of CUNO, Count of Oeningen (see under Oeningen for ancestors)

                DEBRONEGA MARIE, m CASIMIR I, King of Poland (see under Poland for descendants)

His other wives and concubines included Adlaga, Olava, Malfrida (a Bohemian). (Not bad for a Saint!)

 

YAROSLAV I “the Wise” VLADIMIROVITSCH, Great Prince of Kiev (1019-54) d 1054, m 2ndly  INGEGARDE, dau of OLAF SKÖTKONUNG of SWEDEN (see under Sweden for ancestors)

                IZIASLAV I

           Svatoslav II, Great Prince of Kiev (1073-76)

           Son

                          Vsévolod II, Great Prince of Kiev (1139-46)

                          Igor, Great Prince of Kiev (1146 deposed), d 1147

                VSÉVOLOD I (see below)

                ANNA, d 1075, m King HENRI I of France (see under France, Kings, for descendants). She 2ndlyRAOUL III, Comte de Crécy & Valois

                ELISAVETA (ELLISEF) m HARALD “Hardrada” SIGURDSSON, King of Norway (see under Norway for descendants)

                DOBROWNEVA, m CASIMIR I of Poland (see under Poland for descendants)

                ANASTASIA m ANDREAS I of Hungary (see under Hungary for descendants)

 

IZIASLAV I, Great Prince of Kiev, (1054-68 when overthrown & 1077-78), b 1025, m GERTRUDE, dau of MIESCO II and RIXA (see under Poland for ancestors)

                SVYATPOLK II

 

SVYATPOLK II, Great Prince of Kiev (1093-1113), m HELENA, dau of TUGOR, Khan of the Cumans (see under Cumans)

                YAROSLAV of Vladimir

                ZBYSLAVA m in 1103 BOLESLAS II of Poland (see under Poland for descendants)

                PREDSLAVA, m in 1104 ALMOS, Duke of Croatia, Duke of Hungary (see under Hungary for descendants)

 

YAROSLAV of Vladimir, m a dau of MSTISSLAV VLADIMIRSKI son of VLADIMIR (see above)

                Vsevolod II, Great Prince of Kiev (1139-46)

                Izyaslav III, Great Prince of Kiev (1154-55 & 1161)

                INGEBERGE of Vladimir, m AIMON (CONSTANTINE) of Hungary (see under Hungary, Princes, for descendants)

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VSÉVOLOD I, Great Prince of Kiev (1076-77 & 1078-93) m MARÍA, dau of Emperor CONSTANTINE IX “Monomachus” - see under Emperors of the East for ancestors

                VLADIMIR II

                AGATHA, m EADGAR “the Exile” (see under England, Kings, for descendants)

VSÉVOLOD 2ndly m Anna of the Cumans

                Anna, Abbess of Janczyn

                Eupraxia, 1stly m Heinrich, Count of Stade; she 2ndly m HEINRICH IV of Germany, Holy Roman Emperor

                Katdne, a nun

 

VLADIMIR II “Monomachus” Great Prince of Kiev (1113-25), b 1053, m GYTHA, dau of King HAROLD II of England (see under Wessex and England, Kings, for ancestors)

                MSTISLAV I

                Yaropolk II, Great Prince of Kiev (1132-39), m Helen of Ossetia

                Vyacheslav, Great Prince of Kiev (1139 deposed), d 1154)

                Mariya, m Leo Diogenes of Byzantium

                Izyaslav, Prince of Rostov, d 1096

                YURI II GEORGE “Dolgoruki”, Prince of Kiev, Rostov & Susdal (1155-57), m 1stly anon

                                Gleb, Prince of Kiev (1169-71)

               YURI II 2ndly m dau of Aëpa of the Cumans

                                Andrew I, Prince of Vladimir (1157-74)

                                Michael I, Prince of Vladimir (1174-76)

               YURI II 3rdly m a Princess of Byantium

                                VSEVOLOD III, Grand Prince of Vladimir (see under Vladimir for descendants)

 

MSTISLAV I (Harold) Great Prince of Kiev and Novgorod (1125-32), b 1077, m CHRISTINA, dau of INGE I of Sweden (see under Sweden for ancestors)

                IZYASLAV II

                ROTISLAV, d 1167 (see below)

                dau, m YAROSLAV of Vladimir (see below for descendants)

MSTISLAV 2ndly m Lyubawa, dau of Dimitri Zaviditsch, Possednik of Novgorod

 

IZYASLAV II, Great Prince of Kiev (1146-54), m QIRWARNAJA, an Ethiopian Princess

                Mstislav II, Great Prince of Kiev (1158-59 &1167-69 when again deposed), d 1170

                HELENA (EUPHRASYNA), b 1130, d 1186, m c 1146 GEYSA II of Hungary (see under Hungary for descendants)

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ROTISLAV of Kiev, d 1167 (see above)

                MSTISLAV, Prince of Novgorod

 

MSTISLAV, Prince of Novgorod, d 1180, m 2ndly in 1151 AGNES dau of BOLESLAS III of Poland (see under Poland for ancestors)

                MSTISLAV, Prince of Galicia

 

MSTISLAV, Prince of Galicia, b ca 1153, d 1225, m dau of KOTAK (d 1240), Prince of the Polowzes (see under Polowzes for ancestors)

                dau m KUTHEN (d 1241), Prince of the Cumans, and their dau ELIZABETH m STEPHEN IV of Hungary (see under Hungary for descendants)

 

 

KILDARE - Earls (See under FitzGerald)

 

 

KILLEEN - Barons (See under Plunkett)

 

 

KILLEGREW

 

Note: The Killegrew family were settled in Cornwall by reign of Richard II and acquired the estate of Arwenwick by marriage with its heiress.

 

Sir HENRY KILLEGREW, Knt. of Laroch and Arwennick, m CATHERINE, dau of Sir ANTHONY COOKE, Knt. of Gidea (Giddy) Hall, Essex (See under Cooke - Essex for ancestors)

                Sir Peter “the Post”, so-called for carrying despatches to King Charles in the Civil War

                William, created Baronet 1660, d unmrrd 1665

dau, (dsp 6.6.1638) m Sir Nicholas Lower, Knt. of Clifton, Cornwall

dau, m 1st Sir Jonathan Trelawney, Knt.; & 2nd m Sir Thomas Reynell of Ogwell

dau, m Sir HENRY NEVILLE of Billingbere (see under Neville for their children). Note: some consider Sir Henry may have been the author of Shakespear’s plays and

     sonnets.

                dau, m 15.12.1600 Sir EDWARD SEYMOUR, 2nd Bart. of Berry Pomeroy (See under Seymour for descendants)

 

 

KNYVETT

 

JOHN KNYVETT I, b ca 1352, d 1417, m JOAN BOTETOURT, b ca 1356, d 1417

                JOHN KNYVETT II

 

JOHN KNYVETT II, b ca 1383, d 1441, m ELIZABETH CLIFTON  

                JOHN KNYVETT III

 

JOHN KNYVETT III, b ca 1412 at Buckenham Castle, m ALICE GREY, b 1415, d 1474 

                EDMUND (see below)

                WILLIAM KNYVETT, m JOANE, dau of HUMPHREY, 6th Earl of Stafford, created Duke of Buckingham (d 1460) and widow of William, Viscount Beaumont

               

EDMUND KNYVETT, d 1504, m ELEANOR, b 1466, d 1514, dau of Sir WILLIAM TYRELL (see under Tyrelle for ancestors)

                EDMUND (see below)

                THOMAS KNYVETT b at Bucjenham Castle m MURIEL HOWARD, b 1486, d 1512

                                HENRY KNYVETT, b 1510, m ANNE PICKERING  

                                                HENRY KNYVETT, b 1539, d 1598, m ELIZABTH STUMPE  

                                                                ELIZABETH, b ca 1578, m THOMAS CLINTON  

  

EDMUND KNYVETT, b 1490, d 1539, m JOAN BOURCHIER, Baroness BERNERS, d 1561 (see under Bourchier for ancestors)

                JOHN

 

JOHN KNYVETT, b 1517, m AGNES HARCOURT (see under Harcourt for ancestors)

 

 

KOURKOUAS of Byzantium

 

JOHN (IOANNES) KOURKOUAS, protovestiarios, ca 879

                THEOPHILOS KOURKOUAS, magistros, ca 923-40

                                THEODOROS

 

THEODOROS KOURKOUAS, m dau of Caesar BARDAS PROKAS (see under Prokas for ancestors)

                Emperor John I Tzimisces (967-83)xe "BYZANTIUM EMPERORS (at Constantinople)"

                dau, m ROMANOS ABALLANTES

                                KONTOSTEPHANE, m Tsar TRAJAN of Bulgaria (see under Bulgaria for descendants)

 

 

KYME - Barons

 

WILLIAM de KYME, a tenant of Waldin the engineer, a Domesday tenant 1069

                SIMON

                                WILLIAM

                                                SIMON

 

SIMON de KYME, founded Bullington Priory ca 1155-60, m AGNES

                PHILIP

                Simon

                Walter

 

PHILIP de KYME, founded Kyme Priory, d ca 1189, m HAWISE

                SIMON, d 1219, Sheriff of Lincolnshire, sided with Barons against King John, m ROHESE, dau of  ROBERT de WELLE, Daptifer to Gilbert de Gant (see under Welles

                     for ancestors)

                                PHILIP, d 1242

 

PHILIP

                Simon, d 1248

                WILLIAM

 

WILLIAM de KYME, d 1259, m LUCIA, dau of WILLIAM de ROS (see under Ros for ancestors)

                PHILIP

 

PHILIP, 1st Lord Kyme, summoned to Parliament 1295, d 1323, m JOAN, dau of HUGH BIGOD, Earl of Norfolk (see under Bigod for ancestors)

          William, 2nd Lord Kyme, dsp 1338, m JOAN de Littelbury. She 2ndly m NICHOLAS, Lord Cauntelo (see under Cantilupe for descendants)

                LUCY, m as 1st wife of ROBERT de Umfraville, Earl of Angus (see under Umfraville for ancestors)

 

ROBERT de UMFRAVILL, Earl of Angus, d 1325, m 1stly LUCY, dau of PHILIP, 1st Lord Kyme (see under Kyme for ancestors)

                GILBERT

 

GILBERT, 3rd Lord Kyme, Earl of Angus,  m as 2nd husband of  JOANE of Burwash, (?dau of JOHN, 3rd Baron WILLOUGHBY of Eresby - see under Willoughby for ancestors - or ? dau of Sir BARTHOLOMEW BURGHERSH, 3rd Baron - see under Burghersh for ancestors – probably the latter because that family owned Burwash). He 2ndly m Maud de Lucy who in turn 2ndly m HENRY de PERCY, 1st Earl of Northumberland

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Thomas Kyme, m as 2nd husband of Lady Cecily Plantagenet, widow of John Viscount Wells and dau of King EDWARD IV

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WALTER TAILBOYS, 5th Lord Kyme (see under Tailboys for ancestors), d 1417, m MARGARET

                WALTER

 

WALTER TAILBOYS, 6th Lord Kyme, d 1444, m ALICE, dau of Sir HUMPHREY STAFFORD

                WILLIAM

 

WILLIAM TAILBOYS, 7th Lord Kyme, d 1464, m ELIZABETH, dau of WILLIAM, Lord Bonville

                ROBERT

 

ROBERT TAILBOYS, 8th Lord Kyme, d 1494/5, m ELIZABETH HERON

                GEORGE

 

GEORGE TAILBOYS, 9th Lord Kyme, d 1538, m 1stly Margaret, dau of Sir Thomas Burgh; and 2ndly m ELIZABETH, dau of Sir WILLIAM GASCOIGNE 

                GILBERT

                Cecily, m 1stly William Ingleby and 2ndly m John Tournay

                Anne, m 1stly Sir Edward Dymoke and 2ndly m Robert Carre

                Margaret, m Sir George Vernon

                Elizabeth, m Sir Christopher Willoughby

 

GILBERT, created Lord Tailboys, dvp 1530, m ELIZABETH BLOUNT

                George, Lord Tailboys and 10th Baron Kyme, dsp

                Robert, Lord Tailboys and 11th Baron Kyme, dsp

                Elizabeth, Baroness Tailboys and Kyme, m 1st Thomas Wymbish and 2nd m Ambrose Dudley, Earl of Warwick 

 

 

LACY - Earls of Chester, Lincoln & Ulster

 

EUSTACE (see under Vesci for ancestors)

                Serlo, dsp

                JOHN “Monoculus” FITZEUSTACE (so called because he had only one eye)

 

JOHN “Monoculus” FITZEUSTACE, in 1086 was tenant-in-chief of Norfolk

                PAYNE FitzJohn (see under Vesci for descendants)

                EUSTACE FITZJOHN

 

EUSTACE FITZJOHN, d 1187, 1stly m Beatrice de Vesci; he 2ndly m AGNES dau of WILLIAM de Halton (see under Halton for ancestors)

                RICHARD FITZEUSTACE

 

RICHARD FITZEUSTACE, Baron of Halton, m as 2nd husband of ALBREDA LISOURS widow of Henry de Lacy (see below - parents of Robery de Lacy) and dau of ROBERT de Lisours by ALBREDA de Lacy

                JOHN de LACY

                son 2

                ROGER de WARKWORTH (see under Warkworth for descendants)

 

JOHN de LACY, (heir to his half-uncle Robery de Lacy - see below - and assumed that family name), Constable of Chester, d 1179 in the Holy Land, m ALICE de VERE (see under de Vere for ancestors)

                ROGER

 

ROGER also took the name de LACY, Constable of Chester, became 1st Earl of Chester, d 1211/12, m MAUD de CLARE (see under Clare for ancestors)

                JOHN de LACY

 

JOHN de LACY, d 1240, m 1stly Alice; he 2ndly m MARGARET, dau and heir of ROBERT de QUINCY, Earl of Winchester by HAWYSE, 4th sister and co-heir of RANULPH de MESCHINES, Earl of Chester and Lincoln and became jure uxoris Earl of Lincoln (see under Quincy for ancestors)

                Edmund, his successor, d 1257/8, m Alice

                                Henry, his successor, owned 13,000 sheep in 1303, dsp 1310/11, m Margaret, heiress of her greatgrandmother ELA, Countess of Salisbury

                MAUDE, coheir,  m RICHARD de CLARE, 6th Earl of Hertford and 2nd Earl of Gloucester (see under Clare for descendants)

                dau 2, coheir, m Thomas son of EDMUND PLANTAGENET (Crouchback) (see under Plantagenet for ancestors)

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Unknown de Laci

                ILBERT de LACI, a companion of the Conqueror with Bishop ODO of Bayeux

                WALTER (see below)

 

ILBERT de LACI, a Domesday tenant, d ca 1093

                ROBERT

                Hugh

 

ROBERT de LACY, m MAUD

                AUBREYE, m ROBERT de LISOURS (see under Lisours for descendants)

                Ilbert, dsp 1141, m as 1st husband of ALICE de GANT who 2ndly m ROGER de MOWBRAY

                Henry, d 1177, m Aubreye de Vesci and their son Robert (Robery) de Lacy dsp 1193

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WALTER de LACI, (see above), also one of the Conqueror’s commanders, killed 1084.

                ROGER, succeeded to father’s estates but was banished from England 1096, had son

                                GILBERT, restored to English estates 1148, d 1163

                HUGH, succeeded his brother ROGER, d 1115, had dau SYBIL who m PAYNE FITZJOHN (see under Vesci for descendants)

                Walter, a monk at St. Peter’s in Gloucester and in 1131 Abbot of Gloucester Abbey and Cathedral

                Emmeline

                AGNES (Emme), m GEOFFREY TALBOT (see under Talbot for descendants)

 

GILBERT, assumed the surname de Laci, became a Knight Templar

                HUGH de LACI

 

HUGH de LACI, Lord of Ludlow, Earl of Meath, Governor of Dublin, Justice of Ireland, Procurator-General 1177-85, beheaded 1177 by Malvo Miadaich a stonemason working on one of his castles, m 1stly  ROHESIA of Monmouth

                WALTER de LACI

                HUGH, Constable of Ireland, Earl of Ulster (see below)

                Elayne, m Richard de Beaufort

                John, Lord of Pontefract Castle, one of the Barons enforcing the Magna Carta

                dau, m as 2nd wife of GEOFFREY de MARISCO  

HUGH 2ndly m Rose, dau of Rory O’Connor, the High King of Ireland and King of Connaught (see under O’Connor for ancestors)

                William “Gorm” de Lacy, d 1233, m Gwenllian, dau of LLEWELLYN FAWR the Great, Prince of Gwynedd. No children

 

WALTER de LACI, Lord Palatine of Meath, d 1241, m MARGARET, dau of WILLIAM de BRAOSE of Brecknock (see under Braose for ancestors)

                GILBERT de LACI

                PERNEL, m RALPH de TOSNI VI (see under de Tosni for descendants)

                JILL, m WALTER de BURGH, later Earl of Ulster (see under Burke for descendants)

                Egidia, m Richard be Burgo, Lord of Connaught

 

GILBERT de LACI, dvp 1230, m ISABEL, dau of HUGH BIGOD (See under Bigod for ancestors)

                Walter, d soon after 1238

                MAUD (MATILDA), d 1302, m 1stly Peter de Genèvre. She 2ndly m Sir GEOFFREY de GENEVILL, as co-heir got Castle of Trim in Co Meath (see under Genevill for

                     descendants)

                MARGERIE, m JOHN de VERDON, (alias Le Botiller) (see under Verdons for descendants)

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HUGH de LACI (see above) Constable of Ireland, Earl of Ulster, m LESCELINE dau of BERTRAM de VERDON (see under Verdon for ancestors)

                MAUD, dau and heir, m WALTER de BURGH, Lord of Connaught, who thus jure uxoris became Earl of Ulster (see under Burke for descendants)

                dau, m Milo de Angulo (MacCostello)

HUGH 2ndly m EMMELINE, dau of WALTER de RIDELSFORD. She 2ndly m STEPHEN de LONGSÉPÉE 

 

 

La FERTÉ-sur-AUBE  

 

TUROLPH I, Baron de La Ferté, a companion of ROLLO (see under Normandy)

                son

                                TUROLPH II

                                                RANDULPH de La Ferté (possibly the same as RAGNVALD below)

                                                                GUILLAUME

                                                                                HUGHES, with the Conqueror at Hastings

                                                                                                RICHARD, accompanied ROBERT of Normandy in the 1st Crusade

                                                                                                                8th son GAMEL de La Fertéle Brun

                                                                                                                                GUILLAUME

 

GUILLAUME de la FERTÉ, m MARGARET dau of GUILLAUME de BRIVÈRE (see under Brivère for ancestors)

                GUNDRED, m PAIN de CHAWORTH (d 1226) (see under Chaworth for descendants)

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RAGNVALD (REGINALD), a Norse invader of Burgundy

                RAGNVALD (see under Roucy for descendants)

                ARCHAUD de la Ferté-sur-Aube

 

ARCHAUD de la Ferté-sur-Aube, d ca 950, m ACHARDA of Bar-sur-Aube (see under Bar for descendants)

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GUILLAUME de la FERTÉ, m dau of HERLUIN de BURGO (see under Conteville for ancestors)

                JULIENNE, m EVERARD Seigneur de Villepreux, d 1169, son of GUY de PUISET and LETTICE d’Étampes

 

EVERARD and JULIENNE

                ERNAUD I de la FERTÈ

 

ERNAUD I de la FERTÉ, m ALICE

                GUILLAUME

 

GUILLAUME de la FERTÉ, ca 1214, m CONSTANCE de CHÂTEAUFORT (see under Châteaufort for ancestors)

                MAUD de la FERTÉ, m BOUCHARD de MARLY (see under Marly for descendants)

 

 

La FLÈCHE

 

JEAN de la Flèche (see under Beaugency for ancestors), m PAULA dau of HERBERT “Wake-Dog”, Comte de Maine (see under Maine for ancestors)

                HELIÉ de la Flèche

 

HELIÉ de la Flèche, Comte du Maine, m MATILDA dau of GERVASE de la Château-du-Loire (see under Château-du-Loire for ancestors)

                EREMBURGE, m 1stly Geoffrey d’Anjou; she 2ndly m FULK V d’Anjou (see under Anjou for descendants)

 

 

La FOREZ - Comtes

 

GUILLAUME I, Seigneur de la Forez, alive 871

                GUILLAUME II

 

GUILLAUME II, Seigneur de la Forez, d 920

                ARTAUD I

 

ARTAUD I de la Forez, d 960, m HILDEGARDE

                GERAUD

 

GERAUD de la Forez, d ca 990, m GIMBURGE

                ARTAUD II

 

ARTAUD II, Comte de Lyon & la Forez, d 1100, m 1stly THEUTBERGA, dau of HUGUES, Comte de Vienne (see under Vienne for ancestors)

                GERAUD II

 

GERAUD II, Comte de Lyon, la Forez & Rohan, d 1058, m ADELAIDE

                ARTAUD IV

 

ARTAUD IV, Comte de Lyon & la Forez, d ca 1077, m IDA, dau of GEILIN, Comte de la Forez and RAIMONDE

                IDA, m 1stly RENAUD II, Comte de Nevers & Auxerre (see under Auxerre & Nevers for descendants). She 2ndly m Guiges Raimond d’Albon

 

 

La HAIE - Seigneurs

 

RICHARD de St. SAUVEUR (TURSTIN HALDUC), Baron de La Haye du Puits & Le Plessis  (see under St. Sauveur and Bertram for ancestors), d bef 1080, m ANNA

                Eudo, Seigneur de la Haie, accompanied the Conqueror and became an important Baron in Essex 1086, d 1098.

                                Eustache, his heir, m 1stly  XE "MANDERVILLE - Earls of Essex" Geoffrey de Manderville, 2nd Earl of Essex; & she 2ndly m Ansel, Comte de St. Pol 

                RALPH (RAOUL) de la HAYE

 

RALPH (Dapifer) de la HAYE, Seneschal to ROBERT, Comte de Mortaigne, d on 1st Crusade (went with Duke ROBERT of Normandy), m OLIVIA d’ALBINI (see under Albini for ancestors)  

                ROBERT, Constable of Lincoln, Steward to King HENRY I in Normandy

 

ROBERT de la HAYE, m MURIEL, dau of EUDO al CHAPEL (see under Chapel for ancestors)

                RICHARD, Baron de La Haye, Constable of Lincoln, Steward to HENRY II

                Ralph (Raoul), Baron de Le Plessis

                HUGUES, Baron de La Haye Bellefond

                                WILLIAM, Pincerna or Butler of Scotland, ancestor of the Earls of Errol and Marquises of Tweedesdale 

      Geoffrey, Baron de Le Plessis

      Renouf, held lands in Essex 1166

ROBERT 2ndly m Muriel, dau and heir of the Saxon, Colswein of Lincoln XE "Colswein, the Saxon of Lincoln" . Lord of Brattlesby Note: some claim that RICHARD was this 2nd Muriel’s son  

 

RICHARD de la HAYE, d 1169, m MAUD, dau of WILLIAM de VERNON

                Gille, m Richard du Hommet

                ISABELLA, m RICHARD de RULLOS (see under Rullos for descendants)

                NICOLA, m 1stly GERALD de CAMVILLE (see under Camville for descendants)xe "VERNON"; she 2ndly m OLIVER DEINCOURT (see under Deincourt for

                     descendants)

 

 

L'AIGLE - Seigneurs

 

FULBERT de Beine

                ERNULPH de l’Aigle

 

ERNULPH (Enguenulf), Seigneur de l’Aigle, a companion of the Conqueror, killed at Hastings 1066, m RICHERIDE

                RICHARD (RICHER) de l’Aigle

                Gilbert de Aquila, Castellan of Exmes, d 1090/1

 

RICHARD, Seigneur de l’Aigle, killed 1085, Lord of Pevensey, m JUDITH dau of RICHARD GOZ, Vicomte d’Avranches (see under d’Avranches for ancestors)  

                Matilda, m Robert Mowbray, 2nd Earl of Nottingham

                GILBERT de l’Aigle

 

GILBERT, Seigneur de l’Aigle, m in 1091 JULIENNE, dau of GEOFFROI II, Comte du Perche (see under Perche for ancestors)

                MARGUERITE, m GARCÍA VII of Navarre (see under Navarre, Kings, for descendants)

                Gilbert, Conte di Gravina

                + 2 sons lost in the White Ship disaster

 

 

La MARCHE - Comtes

 

GERFROY de Charroux, Comte de la Haute Marche ca 890

                SULPICE

 

SULPICE de Charroux, Comte de la Haute Marche

                BOSO I

 

BOSO I, Comte de la Marche, d 968, m EMME, Comtesse de Périgord, dau of GUILLAUME I, Comte de Périgord son of VULGRIN I, Comte d’Angoulême (see under Angoulême for ancestors)

                ADALBERT I

 

ADALBERT I, Comte de la Marche & Périgord, killed 997, m ca 975 ALMODE de Limoges (see under Limoges for ancestors)

                BERNARD I

 

BERNARD I, Comte de la Marche, d 1047, m AMELIE, dau of GERAUD de Montignac and his wife NONIA de Granol

                ALBERIC III

 

ALBERIC III, Comte de la Marche, 2ndly m PONCE

                ADELMODE de la Marche, b ca 990, murdered 1075 by step-son Pierre Raimond of Barcelona. She 1stly m HUGUES V, Comte de Lusignan (see under Lusignan for

                     descendants); she 2ndly m ROGER de MONTGOMERY (see under Montgomery for descendants); she 3rdly m ca 1053 PONS, Comte de Toulouse (see under

                     Toulouse for descendants)

 

 

LAHNGAU - Counts

 

EBERHARD I, Count of Lahngau, killed 902, m AMALRADA, dau of DIETRICH, Count of Ringleheim (see under Ringleheim for ancestors)

                EBERHARD II

 

EBERHARD II, Count of Lahngau, m MATHILDA

                EBERHARD III, Count of Lahngau & Maingau, d 966, m LUITGARD, widow of Adelbert and dau of WIGERIC (VOIRY), Count Palatine of Aachen (see under

                     Aachen for ancestors)

          ARNOLD I

 

ARNOLD I, killed 982, m MATHILDE de Chiny

                OTTO I, Comte de Chiny & Warcq (see under Chiny for descendants)

 

 

LAMBRON - Princes

 

HETUM PAHLAVUNI, d bef 1071

                OSHIM I

 

OSHIM I, Prince of Lambron (Lampron, north of Tarsus in Cilicia), initially a vassal of the Armenian Vahram (Philaterus) and later Governor of Western Cilicia (ca 1071-1110), m a dau of ABULGHARIB ARTSRUNI (see under Vaspurakan for ancestors)

                HETHOUM II

 

HETHOUM II, Prince of Lambron and Governor (Sebastus) of Tarsus (1110-43)

                OSHIM II

                Dau, m SDEPHANE, son of LEVON I (see under Armenian Cilicia, Rhupenian dynasty, for descendants)

           SMBAT I, Prince of Paperon, d 1153

                          RETHA (RITA), m SDEPHANE, son of LEVON I (Rubenid), King of Armenia (d 1165) – see under Armenian Cilicia, Rhupenian dynasty for descendants

                          VASAK, Prince of Askuras & Larias (1165-90), Prince of Paperon (1199)

                                          CONSTANTINE, Prince of Bardzrberd (1199-1263) & Korikos (1219-29), Regent of Armenia, m ALIX, dau of HETOUM III (see below)  

                                                 STEPHANIE, m CONSTANTINE “the Thagadir” (see below)

 

OSHIM II, Prince of Lambron (1143-70), Sebastus, captured 1152 by THORUS (THEODORE) II, d 1170, m 1143 SHAHANDDUKHT (d ca 1191), dau of SHAHAN   (see under Pahlavuni for ancestors)

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