pages 420-9 in ANCIENT ANCESTORS

MacCARTHY - Kings of Munster, Princes of Desmond, Earls of Clarence

 

The MacCarthys are said to be descended from Oilioll Olum, 3rd century King of Munster, who had 2 sons, Eoghan and Cormac Cas. At his death Cormac Cas inherited North Munster (Thomond) and Eoghan inherited South Munster (Desmond). The families descended from the latter were known before the use of surnames as the Eoghannacht, and the surname MacCarthy (in Irish Mac Cárthaigh) is derived from Cárthach, Lord of the Eoghannacht who was burnt in a house by the Lonergans in 1045.The McCarthy Mór branch was located in Kerry. In 1172 the chief paid homage to King HENRY II, and another member of the family later accepted the earldom of Glencar from Queen Elizabeth.

The principal residence of the Muskerry, Co Cork, branch of the McCarthys was Blarney Castle.

 

AONGHUS (ANGUS), King of Munster

                FEIDHLIMIDH

                                CRIOMTHANN

                                                AODH DUBH

                                                                FAILBE FLANN, King of Munster, d 637

                                                                                COLGAN, King of Munster, d 680

                                                                                                NATFRAICH

                                                                                                                FAOLGHUS

                                                                                                                                DONNGHAL I

                                                                                                                                                DONNGHUS

                                                                                                                                                                DONNGHAL II

DONNGHAL II                                  

        SNEDGHUS, c 850

                                ARTGHAL

                                                LACHTNA

                                                                BUADACHAN

                                                                                CEALLACHAN, King of Munster, d 954

                                                                                                DONNCHADH, 1st Prince of Desmond

                                                                                                                SAERBTREATHAC

                                                                                                                                CARTHACH

 

CARTHACH, Prince of Desmond, d 1045, from whom the MacCarthy family took its name

                Muireadach MacCarthy, b 1011, High King 1045, d 1092

                                Cormac Magh-Tamnagh, Bishop King of Cashel

                                Donogh

                                Teige

                Teige, King of Munster, d 1123

                                Sadhbh, m 1stly Dermod O’Brien; she 2ndly m her cousin

                CORMAC

 

CORMAC

                DERMOD

 

DERMOD MÓR “na-Cill-Baghain”, b 1098, King of Desmond (1151-85) and King of Cork (1144-1185), first of the family to submit to the Anglo-Normans who imprisoned him.

                Cormac Liathanach, murdered 1177

                DONAL MÓR

                Muircheartach, slain by the O’Driscolls 1179

                Teige Roe na-Scairte

                Fineen, became King of Desmond (1206-9), slain 1209 by his nephews  

 

DONAL MÓRna-Curragh” (of the planting), b 1138, King of Desmond (1185-1206), defeated the Anglo-Normans in Munster and Limerick 1196 and again 1203.

                Dermod of Dun-Droghian, King of Desmond (1209-30), d 1230, had a son Fineen slain in 1250

                CORMAC FIONN

                DONAL GOT OGE, King of Desmond (1248-50), conquered Carberry 1233 (see below for descendants)

 

CORMAC FIONN, b 1170, King of Desmond (1230-48)

                DONAL ROE MacCARTHY MÓR

                Donn of Inis-Droighan

                Dermod

                Donal Fionn

                Doncha-an-Drumin (“the Drummer”)

                Donoch, became King of Desmond

 

DONAL ROE MacCARTHY MÓR, King of Desmond (1262-1302), b 1239, m MARGARET dau of NICHOLAS FITZMAURICE, 3rd Lord of Kerry (see under FitzMaurice for ancestors)

                DONAL OGE MacCARTHY MóR

                Dermod Oge of Tralee, slain 1325 by his cousin 4th Lord of Kerry

                ORFLAITH, m TURLOGH MóR O’BRIEN (see under O’Brien for descendants)

  

DONAL OGE I, King of Desmond (1302-3), d 1307

                CORMAC MacCARTHY MóR

 

CORMAC MÓR, King of Desmond 1359, b 1271, d 1359, m HONORIA, dau of MAURICE FITZMAURICE, 6th Lord of Kerry (see under FitzMaurice for ancestors)

                DONAL OGE II

                DERMOD MÓR, created Lord of Muskerry 1353, ancestor of MacCarthys of Muskerry and Earls of Clancarty

                Feach

                Donoch

                Finghin

                Eoghan

                Donal Buidhe

                Teige of Leamhain

                Catherine, m O’Sullivan Mór

 

DONAL OGE II, Prince of Desmond. b 1303, d 1391, m JOANNA, dau of MAURICE OGE FITZGERALD, 4th Earl of Kildare (see under FitzGerald for ancestors)

                TEIGE

                Donal, dsp 1409, m Joanna, called “Countess of Desmond.

 

TEIGE “na Manistreach” (of the Monastery), b 1340, last King of Desmond (1391-1440). From 1395 family took the name MacCarthy Mór.

                DONAL OGE III “am Daimh”

                KATHERINE m PATRICK, 7th Lord of KERRY ca 1400 (see under FitzMaurice for descendants)

 

DONAL OGE III “am Daimh” (“the Poet”), b 1373, d 1468 (at an advanced age!)

                TEIGE-LIATH

                Eleanor (Nell), m Geoffrey O’Donoghue, Chief of Glenfisk

 

TEIGE-LIATH, b 1407, slain 1490 in battle with forces of Earl of Desmond

                DONAL MÓR

 

DONAL MÓR, d 1508

                CORMAC LADHRACH, b 1440, d 1516

                Teige “na Leamhna”, d 1514

                CATHERINE (ca 1490) m DAVID, Lord ROCHE of FERMOY (see under Roches, Viscounts Fermoy for descendants)

 

CORMAC LADRACH, b 1440, d 1516, m ELEANOR, dau of EDMOND FITZMAURICE, 9th Lord of Kerry by his wife MORA (see under FitzMaurice for ancestors)

                DONAL an DRUMIN

                GRANY, m MAURICE the Mad, Viscount FERMOY, who attended 33rd Parliament of Henry VII in 1541 (see under Roches, Viscounts Fermoy, for descendants)

                son MacCarthy

 

DONAL an DRUMIN, b 1481

                Donal MacCarthy Mór, m Honoria, dau of his brother-in-law James, Earl of Desmond

                TEIGE MacCARTHY MÓR, whose daughter CATHARINE m THOMAS, 16th Lord of KERRY (see under FitzMaurices, Lords of Kerry for descendants)

                CATHERINE, m FINGHIN MacCARTHY REAGH (see below), and their dau ELEANOR, m JAMES, 8th BUTLER (see under Butler for descendants)

                Honoria, m James FitzGerald, 15th Earl of Desmond

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DONAL GOT OGE, son of DONAL MÓR “na-Curragh, conquered Carberry in 1233, King of Desmond (1248-51) when slain by “John of Callan

                Dermod Don, succeeded his father

                Teige Dall

                Cormac of Mangerton

                Finghin Raghnarain (Fineen of Rinn Róin), King of Desmond (1251-61), killed JOHN FITZTHOMAS and his son at Callan (see under FitzGeralds)

                DONAL MAOL

 

DONAL MAOL, a quo the MacCarthy Reagh of Carberry, became Lord of Carberry (1262-1310), defeated the de Courcys of Kinsale

                DONAL CAOMH

                Cormac

 

DONAL CAOMH “the Handsome”, Prince of Carberry 1311-20, m widow of Dermod O’Mahon and dau of ROBERT de CAREW - Marquis of Cork (see under Carew for ancestors)

                DONAL GLAS

                Cormac Donn

                dau m Dermod FitzConnor O’Mahony

 

DONAL GLAS, Prince of Carberry 1326-66, m dau of O’Cromin

                DONAL REAGH

                Dermod

                Mary m Bernard O’Sullivan Beara

 

DONAL GLAS MacCARTHY REAGH (from Raibhach meaning swarthy), d 1414, Prince of Carberry, m JOANNA FITZMAURICE (see under FitzMaurice for ancestors)

                Donogh of Iniskean

                DERMOD an DUNAIGH MacCARTHY RAIBHACH

                Donal Glas dsp 1442

                Eoghan slain 1432

                Cormac na-Coille

 

DERMOD an DUNAIGH MacCARTHY RAIBHACH, Prince of Carberry in 1452, m ELLEN dau of TEIGE O’KENNEDY, Lord of Muskerry  XE "O'KENNEDY - Lords of Muscry Tire"

                FINGHIN MacCARTHY REAGH, died before father

                Dermod

 

FINGHIN MacCARTHY REAGH, in high favour with HENRY VII, m CATHERINE dau of DONAL an DRUMIN (see above)

                Donal

                Dermod

                Donogh

                Cormac

                ELEANOR, m JAMES, 8th BUTLER (see under Butler for descendants)

 

 

MACEDON - Kings

 

PERDICCAS I, King of Macedon (ca 700-652 BCE), a descendant of TEMENUS

            ARGAIOS I I, King of Macedon (652-31)

                PHILIPPOS I I, King of Macedon (621-588)

                        AEROPUS I,  King of Macedon (588-68)

                                ALKITAS (AMYNTAS) I, King of Macedon (540-498)

                                                                ALEXANDROS I

                                                            Arrhabios

                                                                                Dordas

 

ALEXANDROS I “the Philhellene”, King of Macedon (498-54)

            Alkitas II, King of Macedon (454-48)

            Perdiccas II, King of Macedon (448-13)

                                Archelaus, King of Macedon (413-399 when murdered by his favourite Craterus)

                                                Orestes, King of Macedon (399-96 when murdered by his guardian Aeropus)

                Philippos II, Joint-King of Macedon (448-36)

                AMYNTAS I Note: this numbering ignores AMYNTAS alias ALKITAS I above

                                ARRIDAOS

                                                AMYNTAS II

 

AMYNTAS II, King of Macedon (393-369), m EURYDICE

               Alexandros II, King of Macedon (369-8) when murdered by PTOLEMY of Alorus who then m EURYDICE (see under Egypt, Ptolemaic dynasty for their descendants)

          Perdiccas III, King (368-359) under regency of Ptolemy till Perdiccas killed him in 365

                     Amyntas III, killed in 336 by order of Alexander “the Great”, m Cynane, dau of PHILIPPOS II

                                       Eurydice, d 317, m in 322 Philippos Arridaeus (see below)

          PHILIPPOS II Note: the Philippos, son of Alexandros I is usually forgotten in this numbering

 

PHILIPPOS II, King of Macedon (359-336 when assassinated aet 46 by Captain of the Guard Pausanias), 1stly m Audata (Note: order of Philip’s marriages uncertain)

                Cynane, m Amyntas III (see above)

PHILIPPOS II 2ndly m Olympias (handed over by CASSANDER 317/316 to be lynched by relatives of those she had killed), dau of King Neoptolemus of Epiros  

                Alexander III “the Great”, b 356, d June 323, 1stly m Roxana ca 329, dau of Oxyartes of Sogdiana  

                                Alexander IV, b posthumously 323, King of Macedon (323 –311 when put to death with mother Roxana by order of CASSANDER)

                Alexander III “the Great” 2 ndly  m Barsine-Stateira, dau of Darius III and his Queen Stateira  

                                Heracles, d in infancy

           Cleopatra, m her maternal uncle King Alexandros I of Epiros

PHILIPPOS II 3rdly m 337/6 Cleopatra (murdered in her bath by order of Olympias 317), niece of General Attalus

                Philippos III “Arrhidaeus”, mentally defective King of Macedon (323-17 when murdered with his mother and in her lap by order of CASSANDER  m his half-niece Adea-

                    Eurydice

PHILIPPOS II 4thly m NICESIPOLIS, a Thessalonian of Pherae

                THESSALONICA, m CASSANDER (d 297) son of the Regent ANTIPATER (see below)

PHILIPPOS II  5thly m a dancer Philinna of Larissa, and had ARSINOË as a concubine (later mother of PTOLEMY I of  Egypt)

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ANTIPATER, an adviser of Alexander “the Great”, Regent of Macedon for Philippos III “Arrhidaeus” (323-317 when he died)

                CASSANDER

                Iollas, the royal cupbearer to Alexander ‘the Great”

                NIKAIA (Nicaea), 1stly m the Regent Perdiccas (d 321) & 2nd m LYSIMACHUS, King of Thrace (see under Thrace for descendants)

                                Agathocles, executed after being accused by Arsinoë II of plotting to kill his father

                                ARSINOË III, m PTOLEMY II (see under Egypt for descendants)

                Alexarchus, established Uranopolis (City of Heaven) in Macedonia

                PHILA, m 1stly Craterus 322 (had son Craterus) & 2 ndly m DEMETRIUS I “Poliorcetes” (see below)

                Eurydice, 321 m PTOLEMY I; Amastris m Craterus 324-22 & 2ndly m Dionysius of Heracleia

 

CASSANDER, King of Macedon (315- 297 when he d ? of tuberculosis) m THESSALONICA, dau of King PHILIPPOS II (see above)

           ANTIGONE, m LAGUS (see under Egypt, Ptolemaic dynasty for ancestors)

                                BERENICE, 1stly m Philippos

                                          Antigone, m Pyrrhus of Epiros

                       BERENICE 2ndly m MAGAS, King of Cyrene

                                MAGAS

                                  BERENICE 3rdly m her half-brother PTOLEMY I (see under Egypt, Ptolemaic dynasty, for descendants)

                Philippos IV

                Alexandros V, King of Macedon (295-4 when Demetrius had him murdered)

                Antipater, m Eurydice, dau of LYSIMACHUS, King of Thrace (306-281)

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ANTIGONUS I “Monophthalmos”, Alexander the Great’s Satrap of Phrygia, King (306-301 when killed at Battle of Ipsus), m STRATONICE, dau of CORRHAEUS

                DEMETRIUS I “Poliorcetes”

 

DEMETRIUS I “Poliorcetes” (the Besieger), King of Macedon (294-85) d in captivity 285 BCE of too much wine, m 1stly as 2nd husband of  PHILA, dau of ANTIPATER (see above)

                Antigonus II “Gonatus” (see below)

                STRATONICE, m SELEUCUS I of Syria (see under Syria, Seleucid dynasty, for descendants)

DEMETRIUS I 307 2ndly m an Athenian Eurydice and had son Corabus

DEMETRIUS I 303 3rdly m Deidameia, dau of Aeacides, King of Epiros

DEMETRIUS I 4thly m Ptolemais, dau of Ptolemy I of Egypt (see under Egypt for ancestors)

                Demetrius “the Fair” (murdered in mother-in-law’s bed) m Berenice dau of King Magas of Cyrene

                Antigonus III “Dosun” , King of Macedon (229-224 BCE), m as 2nd husband of Phythia, dau of  Alexandros II of Epiros

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Antigonus II “Gonatus”, (see above), King of Macedon (283-39 BCE) m Phila, dau of SELEUCUS I “Nicator” (see under Syria, Seleucid dynasty, for ancestors)

                Demetrius II

 

Demetrius II, King of Macedon (239-29), 1stly m Stratonice, dau of SELEUCUS I of Syria (see under Syria, Seleucid dynasty for ancestors)

                Apama, m Prusias I, King of Bithynia (see under Bithynia for descendants)

Demetrius II 2ndly m Phythia, dau of Alexander of Molossia, son of Pyrrhus of Epiros (see under Epiros for ancestors)

                Philippos V

               

Philippos V, King of Macedon (221-179), adopted son of his regent Antigonus III “Dosun”

                Demetrius, executed for pro-Roman sympathies

                Perseus, King of Macedon ( 179-168), d in prison at Rome 167, m a Laodice, dau of Seleucus IVof Syria

                            Son, a pro-Roman, executed for treason

                            Dau, m Prusias II of Bithynia

                Dau, m Teres, King of Thrace

 

 

MacLOCHLAIN (See under O’Neill)

 

 

MacMURROUGH - Kings of Leinster

 

Note: There are records in “Irish Pedigrees: Heremon Genealogies” of some previous 50 generations!

 

DERMOT MacMAILNAMO, King of Leinster and Ireland, d 1072, m DEARBFORGAIL, dau of DONNCHAD O’BRIEN, King of Munster (see under O’Brien for ancestors)

                MURCHAD, King of Leinster, dvp 1070

          DONNCHAD

 

DONOCH or DONNCHAD (DERMOT) MacMOROUGH, 56th Christian King of Leinster, slain 1115 by Donal O’Brien and the Danes at Dublin

                DIARMUID MacMURROUGH

                Murcha-na nGaodhail, elected successor to his brother DIARMUID as King of Leinster

 

DIARMUID “ba-nGall” (of the foreigners) MacMURROUGH, b 1110, d 1171, supposedly the 58th Christian King of Leinster from 1126 until expelled because he abducted Dervorgilla (she was 44 and probably went willingly with her cattle and furniture; she went back the next year) wife of Tiernan O’Ruairc of Breifne. Sought help from the Normans in Bristol, sanctioned by HENRY II, the immediate cause of the Norman invasion led by Strongbow to whom DIARMUID offered his dau AOIFE and the succession. DIARMUID m MORE dau of MURCERTAC O’TOOLE (see under O’Toole for ancestors)

                Connor, executed by High King while a hostage for his father’s treason

                Enna, captured and blinded by MacGillapatraic

                AOIFE (EVA), d 1177, m RICHARD de CLARE (Strongbow), 2nd Earl of Pembroke (see under Clare for descendants)

                DONAL KAVANAGH, said to be illegitimate

                ORLACAN, m DONAL MóR O’BRIEN, King of Thomand (see under O’Brien for descendants)

By Devorgilla DIARMUID had a daughter

                Devorgilla, m Donal MacGillamocolmoc

 

DONAL KAVANAGH, d 1175

                DONAL OGE

 

DONAL OGE

                MURCHERTACH

                Art, (killed 1282 by High King Roderick O’Connor to whom Art had been given as a hostage), had a son Donal who was elected King of Leinster 1327, d 1347

                GRANIA MacMORROUGH m THOMAS FITZMAURICE 1st Lord of KERRY ca 1250 (see under FitzMaurice for descendants)

 

MURCHERTACH, also killed 1282 by King Roderick

                MURCHADH (MAURICIUS)

 

MURCHADH

                MURCHERTACH RUA, d 1307

          ART MÓR

                                Gerald, d 1369

                                                Dermot “Lamh-Derg”, King of Leinster (1361-8)

                           Donnchad, King of Leinster (1368-75)

 

ART MÓR, d 1361

                Donal Riabhach, d 1361

                ART OGE

 

ART OGE, King of Leinster (1375-1418)

                Donal, a captive 1419-27, d 1440

                Donnchad, whose son Murchad Ballach was King of Leinster 1506 -11 and m Joan, dau of Edmund MacRichard Butler, d 1431

                GERALD of Ferns  

 

GERALD of Ferns, d 1431

                DONAL REAGH MacMURROUGH KAVANAGH

 

DONAL REAGH MacMURROUGH KAVANAGH, King of Leinster (1440-76)

                Art Buidhe, King of Leinster, d 1518

                Gerald, d 1522

                SABINA, m Sir JAMES BUTLER (see under Butler for descendants)

 

 

MÂCON - Comtes

 

LETALDE (LIETAUD) I, Comte de Mâcon, d 965, (son of ALBERIC I, Vicomte de Narbonne - see under Narbonne for ancestors) m 1stly Ermengarde of Châlons; he 2ndly m Berta, dau of GARNIER, Vicomte de Troyes; and in 948 m 3rdly  RICHILDE, dau of RICHARD, Comte d’Autun and Duke of Burgundy 

                GERBERGA, m ADALBERT of Italy (see under Italy, Kings, for descendants)

                ALBERIC II

 

ALBERIC II, Comte de Mâcon & Bourgogne, d 975, m as 1st husband of ERMENTRUDE de Roucy (see under Roucy for ancestors)

                BEATRICE, m GEOFFREY III, Comte de Gâtinais (see under Gâtinais for descendants)

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ÉTIENNE I, Comte de Mâcon, son of GUILLAUME I, Comte de Bourgogne (see under Burgundy for ancestors), d 1101, m BEATRICE dau of GÉRARD, Duc de Lorraine (see under Lorraine for ancestors)

                RAYNALD III

                GUILLAUME IV (see below)

                MARGUERITE, m GUIGO VIII, Comte d’Albon (see under Albon for descendants)

 

RAYNALD III, Comte de Mâcon, d 1148, m AGATHA dau of SIMON, Duc de Lorraine (see under Lorraine for ancestors)

                BEATRICE, m FRIEDRICH I “Barbarossa” (see under Germany, Kings, for descendants)

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GUILLAUME IV (see above), Comte d’Auxerre, Mâcon & Vienne, d 1155, 2ndly m PONCETTE, heiress of Treves (see under Treves for ancestors) 

                GÉRARD

 

GÉRARD, Comte de Mâcon & Vienne, d ca 1183, m MAURETTE, heiress of Salins (see under Salins for ancestors)

                BEATRICE, d 1230, m HUMBERT III, Comte de Savoie (see under Savoie for descendants)

 

 

MAINE - Vicomtes & Comtes

 

GAUZELIN of Neustria, m ALDETRUDE

                ROGER (RORICK)

 

ROGER, Comte de Maine, d 928, m RICHILDIS, dau of CHARLES II, King of the West Franks (see under Carolingian dynasty for ancestors)

                HUGUES I

                dau m RANULF I, Comte de Poitou, Duc d’Aquitaine (see under Aquitaine & Poitou for descendants)

 

HUGUES I, Comte de Maine, d 931/9

                GERBERGA, m FULK II, Comte d’Anjou (see under Anjou for descendants)

                HUGUES II, Comte de Maine, d ca 992

                                HUGUES III, Comte de Maine, d ca 1015

                                                HERBERT

                                                GARZENDA, m ALBERTO AZO II, Marchese d’Este (see under Bavaria for descendants)

 

HERBERT “Wake-Dog” Comte de Maine, d 1036

                GERSENDIS, m 1stly Azzo II d’Este, Marchese of Liguria and had son Hugh V; she 2ndly m THIBAULT III, Comte de Blois (see under Blois for descendants)

                PAULA, m JEAN de La Flêche (see under Beaugency for ancestors). She 2ndly m LANCELIN II, Seigneur de Beaugency (d 1055) (see under Beaugency for

                     descendants)

                Biota, m Walter III, Comte de Mantes. Both poisoned in 1063 by order of WILLIAM I of Normandy

 

HELIE de la Flêche, Seigneur de la Flêche, Comte du Maine, son of JEAN and PAULA above, d 1110, m 1stly MATILDE, dau of GERVASE, Seigneur de Château-de-Loire (see under Château-de-Loire for ancestors)

                EREMBURGE de Maine, m FULK V, Comte d’Anjou (see under Anjou for descendants)

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HUGH IV, son of DROGO (DREUX), Comte de Vexin (see under Vexin for ancestors), d 1051, m BERTHA, widow of ALAN III of Brittany & Regent of Normandy 

                Herbert II, Comte de Maine, d 1062

                                Margaret, betrothed to ROBERT “Curthose”, Duke of Normandy

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JEAN de Beaugency (see under Beaugency for ancestors)

                HÉLIE I de La Flèche

 

HÉLIE I de La Flèche, Comte du Maine, d 1110, m MAUD (MATILDA), dau of GERVASE, Seigneur de Château-du-Loire (see under Château-du-Loire for ancestors)

                ERMENGARDE, m FULK V, Comte d’Anjou (see under Anjou for descendants)

 

 

MAINWARING

 

RANULPHUS, a Viking in Normandy

                RICHARD

                                ROGER de Mesnil Garin

                                                GUILLAUME de Mesnil Garin

                                                                ROGER II de Mesnil Garin

                                                                                RALF

 

RALF (RANULF) MAINWARING, Seneschal of Chester, d ca 1190, m AMICIA, dau of HUGH de MESCHINES,  3rd Earl of Chester (see under Meschines for ancestors)

                BERTRED, m HENRY of ALDITHLEY (see under Audley for descendants)

                Richard

                Roger

 

 

MAJORCA - Kings

 

JAYME II, King of Majorca (1276-1311), son of JAYME I, King of Aragón and Majorca (see under Aragón for ancestors), m ESCLARMONDE de Foix (see under Foix for ancestors)

                Sancho, King of Majorca (1311-24)

                FERNANDO, d 1318

           JAYME III, King of Majorca (1324-43 when deposed), d 1349, m CONSTANCE, dau of ALFONSO IV, King of Aragón (see under Aragón for ancestors)

      Jayme IV, claimant King of Majorca, d 1375

 
 

MALET  

 

GÉRARD, a Norse Viking companion of ROLLO in Normandy

                MALETH, Baron of Gérardville

                                ROBERT

 

ROBERT I MALETH (MALET), m ELISE CRISPIN (see under Crispin for ancestors)

                GUILLAUME I MALET

 

GUILLAUME I MALET, fought at Hastings 1066, a companion of the Conqueror and directed by him to see that the body of HAROLD II was decently interred, m HELEWISE, an English heiress

                GUILLAUME II MALET

                                dau, m THOROLD “the Sheriff” of Lincoln (see under Mercia for descendants)

                dau m Alan of Lincoln

                ROBERT II MALET

 

ROBERT II MALET of Eye, Master Chamberlain to HENRY I till banished ca 1106

                WILLIAM III MALET

                                WILLIAM IV MALET, d 1196

                                                WILLIAM V

 

WILLIAM V MALET, Sheriff of Somerset and Devon, ca 1211, a guarantor of the Magna Carta, m ALICE BASSET (see under Basset for ancestors) 

                MABEL, m HUGH de VIVONIA (see under Vivonia for descendants)

 

 

MALINES - Seigneurs

 

WOUTER I BERTHOUT, Seigneur de Malines & Grimbergen (1096-1110)

                ARNOLD

                Gérard d’Assche

 

ARNOLD, Seigneur de Malines & Grimbergen, d 1145

                WOUTER II

                Arnold, Seigneur de Raust-Berchem (1184-1186)

                Gérard, Seigneur de  Grimbergen & Ninove, d 1186

 

WOUTER II, Seigneur de Malines, d 1180

                WOUTER III

                Giles, Seigneur de Berlaer-Helmond

 

WOUTER III, Seigneur de Malines, d 1219

                WOUTER IV, Seigneur de Malines, d 1243

                                WOUTER V

                Hendrik, Seigneur de Duffel-Waelhem

 

WOUTER V, Seigneur de Malines, d 1285

                Wouter VI, Seigneur de Malines, d 1288

                Willem, Bishop of Utrecht, d 1301

                FLORIS, d 1331

                                SOPHIE, d 1327, m REINOUD II de Gueldres (see under Gueldres for descendants)

 

 

MALTRAVERS

 

WALTER MALTRAVERS

                JOHN MALTRAVERS, m 1stly ALICE de Turberville

                        JOHN  

                                           ALICE, m HELIAS IV GIFFARD (see under Giffard for descendants)

 

 

MANDERVILLE - Earls of Essex

 

MANNO, a Viking ca 930

                son

                                son

                                                GEOFFREY de MANNAVILLE

 

GEOFFREY de MANNAVILLE, d ca 1100, a famous soldier, accompanied WILLIAM I to Hastings, Lord of Pleshy, Constable of Tower of London,  awarded wide domains in 10 counties, including Waldene (Saffron Walden) in Essex which became the chief seat of his descendants. He 1stly m ATHELAISE

                William, d an infant

                WILLIAM de MANNAVILLE

                STEPHEN, ancestor of the Mandervilles of Devon & Normandy

                dau m Geoffrey de Boulogne of Carshalton

GEOFFREY 2ndly m in 1086 Lesceline

 

WILLIAM de MANNAVILLE, keeper of the Tower of London, d before May 1116, m MARGARET, only dau and heiress of EUDO de RIE, Daptifer of Colchester, also a companion of the Conqueror, (see under Rie for ancestors). She 2ndly m OTUEL, natural son of HUGH d’AVRANCHES, 1st Earl of Chester (see under Abrincis for descendants) 

                GEOFFREY

                BEATRIX, m 1stly Hugh Talebot from whom she was divorced; 2ndly m WILLIAM de SAY (see under Pigot for his ancestors and below and under Saye for other

                     descendants)

 

GEOFFREY de MANDERVILLE, inherited from his mother the stewardship of Normandy, created Earl of Essex 1140 by King STEPHEN, arrested 1143 accused of treason and had to surrender his castles (the Tower of London, Walden and Pleashey), then revolted, sacked Cambridge and was killed besieging Burwell Castle 1144 from an arrow in the head, m ROHESIA, dau of AUBREY de VERE, Earl of Oxford & Chamberlain of England. She 2ndly m PAYN de BEAUCHAMP of Bedford (see under Beauchamp for descendants).

                Ernulf de Manderville of Highworth, d 1178, banished & excommunicated, m Alice, dau of ROBERT d’OILLY of Hook Norton by EDITH, former concubine of King

                     HENRY I and dau of FORNE SIGULFSON of Greystoke 

                                Geoffrey de Manderville of Highworth

                                Ralph de Manderville of Kingham

                MAUD, 1stly m PIERS de Lutegareshale (see under FitzPiers for descendants); she 2ndly m HUGH de Boclande (see under Boclande for descendants)

                Geoffrey de Manderville, 2nd Earl of Essex, dsp 1166, buried at Walden, m Eustache, dau and heir of Eudo de la Haie (see under Haie for ancestors). She 2ndly m Ansel,

                     Comte de St. Pol

                William de Manderville, 3rd Earl of Essex, jure uxoris Comte d’Aumâle, dsp 1189 and his heart was buried at Walden Abbey, m Hawise, Comtesse d’Aumâle, dau of William

                     le Gros, Comte d’Aumâle by Cecily, dau of William FitzDuncan, Lord of Skypton, etc. who 2ndly m William de Forz and 3rdly m Baldwin de Béthune 

                            Geoffrey de Manderville, m Matilda, dau of ROBERT FITZWALTER. (Her husband and father both claimed she was seduced by King JOHN

                Robert de Manderville, dsp 1189 xe "Forz - Seigneurs de Fors (See also under Fortibus)".....................................................................................................................................................

WILLIAM de SAY, (see above) also killed at siege of Burwell Castle in 1144 and BEATRIX, d 1197

                WILLIAM de SAY of Kimbolton, d 1177

                BEATRIX, m GEOFFREY FITZPIERS 4th Earl of Essex (see under FitzPiers for descendants)

                Maud, m William de Boclande, Berks

                GEOFFREY de SAYE, b ca 1135, ancestor of the Barons Saye and Sele, (see under Saye and Sele for descendants) m 1stly ALICE, dau of HUGH MAMINOT and

                     widow of HUBERT de Vaux (their dau MAUD de Vaux m THOMAS de MULTON amd were ancestors of the Multons of Gillesland .

                 GEOFFREY de SAYE 2ndly m Alice de Vere

 

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