pages 450-9 in ANCIENT ANCESTORS

ISABEL of Vermandois, dau of HUGH, Earl of Vermandois (a direct descendant of CHARLEMAGNE and grand-dau of HENRI I of France (see under France, Kings for ancestors)

                WALERAN II, Comte de Meulan (a twin)

                ROBERT, b 1104 (a twin), d 1168, Earl of Leicester (see under Leicester for decendants)

 

WALERAN II Comte de Meulan, b 1104, d 1166, made Earl of Worcester  m AGNES dau of AMAURY IV de Montfort (see under Montfort for ancestors)

                ISABEL, m MAURICE III de Craon, d 1215

                AUBERIC, m WILLIAM LOVEL, Comte d’Ivry (see under Lovel for descendants)

                ROBERT II, Comte de Meulan m ADELA, dau of GAUTHIER II, Comte de Vexin & Amiens

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WILLIAM de GREYSTOKE, d 1288, m MARY eldest dau and coheir of ROGER de MEULAY  

 

 

MILAN - Vicontes & Ducas (See under Visconti)

 

 

MILHAUD - Vicomtes

 

RICHARD de Milhaud

                BERNARD I

 

BERNARD I, Vicomte de Milhaud, alive 914-52, m ADELAIDE

                BERENGER I

 

BERENGER I, Vicomte de Milhaud, alive 1000

                RICHARD

 

RICHARD I, Vicomte de Milhaud, m SENEGUNDE, dau of GUILLAUME d’Agde, Vicomte de Béziers & Agde (see under Béziers for ancestors)

                RICHARD II

 

RICHARD II, Vicomte de Gievaudun & Milhaud, m RIXINDE, Dame de Lodéve, dau of BERENGER I, Vicomte de Narbonne (see under Narbonne for ancestors) 

                BERENGER II

 

BERENGER II, Vicomte de Milhaud, Gievaudin, Carlat & Rodene, d ca 1080, m ADÉLE, dau & heiress of  GILBERT II, Vicomte de Carlat (see under Carlat for ancestors & descendants)

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GILBERT, Vicomte de Milhaud, m GERBERGE, dau of GEOFFROI I, Comte de Provence (see under Provence for ancestors)

                STEPHANIE de Provence m in 1110 RAIMOND I des Baux (see under Baux for descendants)

 

 

MILLY - Seigneurs de Nablus

 

GUY de Milly, Seigneur de Nablus, m ESTEPHANIE (she 2ndly m BAUDOUIN, Seigneur de Ramleh)

                Philippe (see below)

                Guy

                HENRI “the Buffalo” (see below)

 

Philippe de Milly (see above), Seigneur de Nablus, m Isabella (Elizabeth), dau of Maurice, Seigneur de Oultrejourdain (see under Oultrejourdain for ancestors)

                Stephane, heiress of Oultrejourdain, m 1stly Humphrey III de Montfort of Toron (see under Montfort for descendants). She 2ndly m Miles de Plancy and 3rdly m Reynald de Châtillon

                Helen, m Walter III of Beirut

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HENRI “the Buffalo” (see above), m AGNES GARNIER (see under Garnier for ancestors)

                Helvise, m Adam de Beisan XE "BEISAN - Seigneurs"  (see under Beisan for descendants)

                RICHELDA, m BAUDOUIN of Ramleh (see under Ramleh for descendants)

                AGNES de Milly, m JOSCELIN III de COURTENAY of Edessa (see under Courtenay for descendants)

                Stephanie, m 1stly Guillaume Dorel, Seigneur de Botrun;  

                                Lucia, heiress of Botrun, m Plivano of Genoa

                  Stephanie 2ndly m Hugues III Embriaco, Seigneur de Jebail (see under Embriaco for descendants)

 

 

MINERVA

 

BERMUDO de Minerva m ADELA de Melgueil

                PEDRO

 

PEDRO de Minerva, ca 1103, m ERMENGARDE de Montpellier (see under Montpellier for ancestors)

                EVEROSA, m PONCE, Viconde di Gerona

 

PONCE and EVEROSA

                PEDRO PONCE de Minerva

 

PEDRO PONCE de Minerva, m ESTEPHANIA, dau of RAMÍRO FRUELAS de Cifontes

                ELVIRA PONCE de Minerva, m RODRIGO FERNÁNDEZ de Cabrera, parents of URRACA RÚIZ de Cabrera who m MARTIN GÓMEZ de SILVA

                MARÍA PONCE de Minerva, m DIEGO MARTINEZ de Villamayor (see under Villamayor for descendants)

 

 

MOELS - Barons

 

NICHOLAS de MOELS, d ca 1264-71, m HAWISE, dau of JAMES de NEWMARSH and widow of John de Botreaux

                James, dvsp

                ROGER

 

ROGER de MOELS, called to Parliament 1298/9, d 1310, m MAUD

                Nicholas, 2nd Baron, dsp 1315/16, m Margaret, dau of Sir HUGH de COURTENAY

                Roger, 3rd Baron, d unmarrd 1316

                JOHN

 

JOHN, 4th Baron MOELS, d 1337, m JOAN, dau of Sir RICHARD LOVEL

                MURIEL, m Sir THOMAS de COURTENAY (see under Courtenay, Earls of Devon, for descendants)

                ISABEL, m WILLIAM de BOTREAUX (see under Botreaux for descendants)

 

 

MOHUN - Barons of Dunster, Earls of Somerset

 

GUILLAUME de Moion, d ca 1036

                GUILLAUME I

 

GUILLAUME I , Seigneur de Moion, a companion of the Conqueror, had more than 50 manors in Somerset 1086, m ALICE

                WILLIAM II

 

WILLIAM II, Lord of Dunster, created Earl of Somerset ca 1141, d ca 1155, m AGNES de GANT (see under Gant for ancestors)

                WILLIAM III

 

WILLIAM III, Earl of Somerset, d 1176, m GODEHILD

                WILLIAM IV

 

WILLIAM IV, Earl of Somerset, b ca 1156, d 1193, m LUCY

                REYNOLD I

 

REYNOLD I de MOHUN, b 1183, d 1213, m as 1st husband of ALICE de BRIVÈRE (see under Brivère for ancestors)

                REYNOLD II

REYNOLD 2ndly m Isabel, dau of WILLIAM de FERRERS, 3rd Earl of Derby

 

REYNOLD II de MOHUN, d 1257, m HAWYSE FLEMING (see under Fleming for ancestors)

                ALICE, m as 2nd husband ROBERT IV de BEAUCHAMP (see under Beauchamp for descendants)

                REYNOLD III

                LUCY, m JOHN de GREY (see under Grey, Barons of Codnor, for descendants)

 

REYNOLD III de MOHUN of Dunster, m HAWISE, Lady of Streatley, dau of GEOFFREY FITZPIERS, Earl of Essex (see under FitzPiers for ancestors) 

                ISABEL, m EDMUND, 1st Baron DEINCOURT (see under Deincourt for descendants)

 

 

MOLDAVIA - Voivodes

 

BOGDAN I, Voivode of Moldavia (1349-65), expelled the Tartars from the Moldavian plains

                LATCO

 

LATCO, Voivode of Moldavia (1370-2)

                ANASTASIA, m ROMAN I, Voivode of Moldavia (1392-3), son of COSTEA I, Voivode of Moldavia (1387-9)

                ALEXANDER I

 

ALEXANDER I “the Good”, Voivode of Moldavia (1449-51)

                BOGDAN II

 

BOGDAN II, Voivode of Moldavia (1451-56)

                STEFAN III, an illegitimate son

 

STEFAN III “the Great”, Voivode of Moldavia (1456-1504)

                PETER III

 

PETER III Rares “the Poisoner”, Voivode of Moldavia (1504 till submitted Moldavia to the Turks)

                CHIAÏNA, m MIRCEA “the Shepherd”, Voivode of Valachia (ancestors of Prince Charles of Britain) - see under Valachia for descendants

 

 

MOLEYNS - Barons

 

Family descended from GUILLAUME de FALAISE (see under Falaise for ancestry)

 

VINCENT MOLENDINAR

                Agnes, ca 1279

                VINCENT

 

VINCENT de MOLEYNS, m ISABEL

                JOHN

 

JOHN de MOLEYNS, d 1342, m GILLE, dau of Sir JOHN MAUDUIT by MARGARET, dau of Sir ROBERT PUGES

                JOHN

 

JOHN de MOLEYNS, m ca 1340 JOAN, dau of Sir RICHARD ROKESLEY. She 2ndly m Michael, Lord Poynings

                son 1 dvp

                WILLIAM

 

WILLIAM de MOLEYNS, d ca 1380, m MARGARET (aet 15), dau of Sir EDMUND BACOUN by MARGERY POYNINGS

                RICHARD, d 1384

                                WILLIAM, d 1425

                                                WILLIAM, d 1429

 

WILLIAM de MOLEYNS, d 1429 at siege of Orléans, m 1stly KATHERINE, dau of THOMAS FAUCONER

                ELEANOR (marriage arrangements granted to Thomas Chaucer), m 1stly Sir ROBERT HUNGERFORD who was summoned to Parliament as Lord MOLEYNS and beheaded 1464. 

                 ELEANOR 2ndly m Sir Oliver Manyngham

WILLIAM 2ndly m Anne, dau of John Whalesborough, and she 2ndly m Edmund Hampden

 

ROBERT HUNGERFORD (see under Hungerford for ancestors) jure uxoris Lord MOLEYNS and ELEANOR (see above)

                KATHERINE, m Sir JOHN HOWARD (see under Howard for descendants)

 

 

MOLINO - Condes

 

ALFONSO IX of León (see under León for ancestors) m BERENGARIA of Castile (see under Castile for ancestors)

                ALFONSO, Conde de Molino

 

ALFONSO, Conde de Molino, d 1272, m 3rdly as 2nd husband of MAYOR de Menesis (see under Menesis for ancestors)

                MARÍA de Molino, d 1322, m SANCHO IV of Castile (see under Castile for descendants)

 

 

MONACO - Seigneurs & Princes

 

GRIMALDI I, a Guelf from Genoa, Seigneur de Monaco (920-968), m CRISPINA, dau of ROLLO, Count of Normandy (see under Normandy for ancestors) 

                GUIDO (GUI) I

                ARISGOT CRISPIN, Baron of Bec (see under Crispin and Marshall for descendants)

                Gibellinus, Seigneur de Sinus St. Tropez

 

GUIDO (GUI) I, Seigneur de Monaco

                GRIMALDI II, Seigneur de Monaco

                                GUIDO (GUI) II, Seigneur de Monaco

                                                GRIMALDI III, Seigneur de Monaco

                                            OBERTO (OTTO) CANELLA, Consul of Genoa 1133

                                                                 GRIMALDI IV, Consul of Genoa 1162, 1170 & 1184

                                                                                                Son

                                                                                             François Grimaldi, captured fortress of Monaco 1297-1300

                                                                    FRANÇOIS (1244-75)

                                                                                             RAINIER I, d 1314, Baron of San Demetrio, Seigneur de Cagnes

                                                                                                                          RAINIER II (1314-31)

                                                                                                                              CHARLES I (see below)

                                                                                                                ANTOINE, (brother of CHARLES I), d 1358

                                                                                                                                   Marc, d 1364

                                                                                                                                   George

                                                                                                                     LUC, d 1409

                                                                                                                                               NICOLAS, d 1452

                                                                                                                                                           LAMBERT, d 1493 (see below)

                                                                                                                                            Gaspard, Seigneur d’Antibes-Cagnes, d 1466  

                                                                                                                                               

CHARLES I (see above), Sire de Monaco (1331-57) & Menton (1346-57), fought at Crécy

                RAINIER III, Sire de Monaco (1357-1407)

                                Ambrosin, d 1422, joint Sire with brothers

                                Antoine, joint Sire with brothers

                                JEAN I, at first joint Sire and then sole Sire de Monaco (1407-54), m POMELLINE

                                                CATALAN GRIMALDI, Sire de Monaco (1454-57)

                                                                CLAUDINE, heiress of Monaco (1451-1514), m LAMBERT (see above)

 

LAMBERT GRIMALDI, jure uxoris Sire deMonaco (1458-94), and CLAUDINE, Heiress of Monaco

                Jean II, Sire de Monaco (1494-1505 when killed in quarrel with brother LUCIEN)

                LUCIEN, Sire de Monaco (1505-23 when assassinated by partisans of Andrea Doria)

                                HONORÉ I

                Augustin, Bishop of Brasse, succeeded as Sire de Monaco (1523-32) under protectorate of Spain

                + 11 other children

 

HONORÉ I, Sire de Monaco (1532-81)

                Charles II, succeeded father as Sire de Monaco (1581-89)

                HERCULE I, Sire de Monaco (1589-1604 when assassinated)

                                HONORÉ II

 

HONORÉ II, d 1662, assumed title 1st Prince of Monaco (1604-62)

                Son

                                LOUIS I, succeeded grandfather as 2nd Prince of Monaco (1662-1701)

                                                ANTOINE GRIMALDI

 

ANTOINE GRIMALDI, 3rd Prince de Monaco (1701-31), m MARIE de Lorraine

                LOUISE-HIPPOLYTE, only child & heiress, d a few months after father, m in 1731 JACQUES de GOYON, Sire de MATIGNON, Duc d’ESTOUTEVILLE. jure uxoris Prince

                     de Monaco (1731-33 when abdicated), d 1751

                                                HONORÉ III, Prince de Monaco (1733-93 when deposed on union of Monaco with France, d 1795)

               

 

MONÇON - Condes

 

ANSÚR, ca 880

                FERNÁN ANSÚREZ

 

FERNÁN ANSÚREZ, Conde de Monçon, d ca 923

                ANSUR FERNÁNDEZ

 

ANSÚR FERNÁNDEZ, Conde de Monçon, d ca 936

                GONSALO ANSÚREZ

 

GONSALO ANSÚREZ de Monçon, d ca 953

                DIEGO GONSALEZ

 

DIEGO GONSALEZ, Conde de Monçon, d 978

                ANSÚR DÍAZ de Monçon

                MARÍA, m PEDRO PELAYEZ, parents of ANSUR PEREZ, Conde de Valladolid (see below)

 

ANSÚR DÍAZ de Monçon, ca 1030, m JULIANA de Cifontes

                JULIANA, m ANSÚR PEREZ, Conde de Valladolid (see above, and see under Valladolid for descendants)

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RAMÍRO I, Conde de Monçon, d 1116, son of GARCÍA VI of Navarre (see under Navarre for ancestors), m TERESA GONSALEZ de Salvadores

                RAMÍRO II

 

RAMÍRO II, Conde de Monçon, m ELVIRA, dau of El Cid RODRIGO DÍAZ  

                GARCÍA VII of Navarre (see under Navarre for descendants)

                ALONSO, 1st Señor de Zuñiga (see under Zuñiga for descendants)

 

 

MONTFERRAT - Marcheses

 

ALIVERTO

                GUILLAUME

 

GUILLAUME m ALICE

                ALERAMO I

 

ALERAMO I, Marchese di Montferrat, d 991, m 1stly HELENA of Verona

                ANSELMO I, Marchese di SALUZZO, d 998 (see under Saluzzo for descendants)

ALERAMO 2ndly m GERBERGE, widow of HERMAN II of Swabia and dau of BERENGER I of Italy (see under Italy, Kings, for ancestors)

                OTTONE (OTTO) I

                ANSELMO, Marchese di Montferrat & Saluzzo (961-998)

                                ANSELMO (see under Saluzzo for descendants)

 

OTTONE (OTTO) I (TETONE), Marchese di Montferrat, also d 991

                GUGLIELMO I

 

GUGLIELMO I, Marchese di Montferrat, d ca 1031, m UVAZA

                OTTONE II

                Enrico, d 1045, m Adelaida di Torino

 

OTTONE II, Marchese di Montferrat, d 1084

                GUGLIELMO II

                Arrigo, Marchese d’Occimiano

 

GUGLIELMO II, Marchese di Montferrat, d ca 1120, m OTTA dau of TEBALDO d’AGLIE

                RANIERI (REGNIER), Marchese di Montferrat, d 1140, 2ndly m as 2nd husband of GISELE, dau of GUILLAUME I, Comte de Bourgogne (see under Burgundy, Comtes, for

                     ancestors)

                                GUGLIELMO III

                JEANNE, m in 1125 WILLIAM CLITO (see under Normandy, for descendants) He died the following year.

 

GUGLIELMO III, Marchese di Montferrat, d 1188, m in 1154 JUDITH dau of St. LEOPOLD III of Austria (see under Austria, Princes, for ancestors)

                ALICE, m MANFREDO II, Marchese di Saluzzo (see under Saluzzo for descendants)

                BEATRICE, m GUIGO IX, 1st Comte de Viennois (see under Viennois for ancestors), and their dau BEATRICE m 2ndly as 2nd wife of HUGUES III, Duc de Bourgogne (see

                     under Burgundy for descendants)

GUGLIELMO 2ndly m SIBYLLA, dau of AMALRIC I, King of Jerusalem (1163-74)

                Baudouin V, King of Jerusalem (1185-86)

                CORRADO (CONRAD), Marchese di Montferrat,King of Jerusalem (d 1192 when killed by assassins in Tyre), m 1stly Theodora, sister of  Alexius III of Byzantium. He m 3rdly as

                     2nd husband of ISABELLA, dau of Queen MARIA COMNENA and AMALRIC I (see under Jerusalem, Kings for ancestors) & already m to Humphrey de Montfort, Seigneur de

                     Toron

                                MARIA, la Marquise, Queen of Jerusalem, m 1stly JEAN de BRIENNE (see under Brienne and  Jerusalem for descendants). She 2ndly m BOÉMOND V of Antioch; &

                                     she 3rdly m Ralph de Soissons

                Guglielmo, Prince of Jaffa & Ascalon, Regent of Jerusalem, d 1185, m Sibylle of Jerusalem

                Ranieri Caesar, titular King of Salonica, m Maria of Byzantium

                BONIFACIO

 

BONIFACIO I, Marchese di Montferrat, elected to succeed Comte Thibaud de Champagne as leader of the 1201 crusade, and after the sack of Constantinople, was made King of Salonica

d 1207, m Margit (Maria) of Hungary

                Agnes, d 1208, m as 1st wife of HENRI, , Emperor of Constantinople

BONIFACIO 2ndly m ELEONORA de Savoie

                GUGLIELMO IV

                Demetrio, King of Salonica, killed 1227 in war with Bulgarians

               

GUGLIELMO IV, Marchese di Montferrat, d 1225

                BONIFACIO II, Marchese di Montferrat, d 1253

                                GUGLIELMO V

 

GUGLIELMO V, Marchese di Montferrat, d 1292, m BEATRICE, dau of ALFONSO II of Castille (see under Castille, Kings, for ancestors)

                Giovanni I, Marchese di Montferrat, d 1305

                YOLANDE, d 1317, m as 2nd wife of ANDRONICUS II, Emperor of Constantinople

                                MICHAEL IX (see under Byzantium for descendants)

                                TEODORO (THEODORE) I Palaeologus

 

TEODORO (THEODORE) I Palaeologus, Marchese di Montferrat (1305-38), m ARGENTINA SPINOLA

Giovanni II, Marchese di Montferrat, d 1372, m 1stly Cecile de Comminges-Astarac & 2ndly m Isabella, heiress of Majorca  

YOLANDE, d 1342, m AIMONE de Savoie (see under Savoie for descendants)

 

 

MONGOLS – Dynasty of Jenkiz Khan

 

YESUGEI BAT’ATUR of the Bjorjin clan, poisoned by Tartars 1176, m HO’ELUN UJIN of the Unggirad clan

                TEMUJIN

He appears to have had a 2nd wife from the Tayichi’ud Clan

                Son, shot with arrow by TEMUJIN

 

TEMUJIN “Blacksmith”, b ca 1167 on banks of the Oxon, assumed title JENKIZ KHAN 1206, d 1227. From 1213 JENKIZ KHAN directed assault against Manchu dynasty of Kin in North China. Conquered East Turkestan 1218, Transoxiana & Persia 1219, m 1st wife BORTE of the Unggirad clan

                JUCHI, 1st Khan of the Golden Horde, dvp 1227 (possibly not son of JENKIZ because  BORTE had been abducted & raped by Merkids soon after marriage)

                                BATU, conquered White Bulgars 1236, moved west 1240, defeated Teutonic Order 1241, then south to Moravia & Hungary; while his General Subotai crossed Carpathians to

                                     Hungary and routed Béla IV in 1241

                      Orda, Khan of the White Horde XE "White Horde - Khans"  (1226-80) > Kochu (1280-1302) > Buyan (1302-09)

                      Shiban

                      Berke, 3rd Khan of the Golden Horde (1257-67), a Moslem

                      Sinkur

                Chagadai, Khan of Transoxiana & E. Turkestan (1227-44)

                                Baidar, Khan of Chaghadai Khanate, ancestor of Babur, founder of Moghul Empire

                                Buri

                Ogedei, 2nd Great Khan in Karakorum (1229-42), m Toregene, Regent (1242-46) & infatuated with her Persian slave Fatima

                                Guyuk, 3rd Great Khan (1246-8), m Oghul-Ghaimish, rolled in a carpet & drowned 1252

                                                Shiremun

                                Kadan

                Tolui, helped Ogedei in conquest of North China, d ca 1233, m Sorghagtani Beki (d 1252), Christian niece of King To’oril (Ong Khan) of the Kereyids

                                Monke, Great Khan (1251-9)

                           Khubilai, Great Khan  (1259-94), b 1215, m senior wife Chabi (d 1281) > Yuan dynasty (1280-1368)

                                      Chen-Chin, d 1285

                                      Temur Oljeitu, 2nd Yuan Emperor

                          Arik Boke, beaten by Khubilai & d 1264

                                           Hulegu, Ilkhan of Persia (1258-65), m Doquz-Khatun, a Christian

                                                          Abaqa, 2nd Ilkhan (1265-82), m a Byzantine Princess

                                                                           Arghun, 4th Ilkhan (1284-91)

                                                                                            Geikhatu, 5th Ilkhan (1291-95)

                                                                                                            Ghazan “the Reformer”, 6th Ilkhan (1295-1304)

                                                                                                            Oljeitu, 7th Ilkhan (1304-16)

                                                                                                                             Abu Sa’id, 8th & last Ilkhan (1316-35)

 

BATU, 2nd Khan of the Golden Horde (1227-56)

                Monke-Temur, 4th Khan of the Golden Horde (1267-1313)

                                Ozbeg, 5th Khan of the Golden Horde (1313-), a Moslem

                                                Janibeg, 6th Khan of the Golden Horde

                                                                Jochi-Batu (Bergebek), 7th & last Khan of the Golden Horde, d 1359. (Note: The Golden Horde was taken over by the White Horde in 1378 but was

                                                                         still known in the West as the Golden Horde)

                TOKTEMIR

                                BARARAB, Voivode of Valachia (see under Valachia for descendants)

          Sartaq, a Christian, 3rd Khan of the Golden Horde (1256-57)

 

 

MONS - Comtes

 

RENIER, Comte de Mons

                RICHILDE, m 1stly Herman, Comte de Hainault; she 2ndly m (as Comtesse de Hainault) Comte BAUDOUIN VI de Flandres, making him jure uxoris also Comte de Hainault  

                     (see under Flanders and Hainault for descendants); and she 3rdly m WILLIAM FITZOSBERN, Seigneur deBréteuil, Earl of Hereford 

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RUDOLPH de Mons, son of REGNIER II, Comte de Hainault (see under Hainault for ancestors), m ALICE, Comtesse de Vienne (see under Vienne for ancestors)

                GOSSUIN I

 

GOSSUIN I de Mons, m BENOITE

                GOSSUIN II

 

GOSSUIN II de Mons, d ca 1096, m JEANNE

                son

                                ISAAC

                                JEAN (see below)

 

ISAAC de Mons, m IDA

                GOSSUIN

 

GOSSUIN de Mons, m as 2nd husband of BEATRICE, dau of HUGUES de Rumigny (see under Rumigny for ancestors)

                ALICE, m ROGER de CONDÉ, grand-parents of JACQUES de CONDÉ whose dau INGELRAM II de FIENNES (see under Fiennes for descendants)

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JEAN de Mons (see above)

                MARIE, m EUSTACE I, Seigneur de Roeux (see under Roeux for descendants)

 

 

MONTAGU - Dukes (See under Brus)

 

 

MONTAGU - Earls of Salisbury

 

DREW (DROGO) de MONTAGU (MONTE-ACUTO), who in 1086 held Knowle in Shipton Montagu

                DREW (Drogo)

                                RICHARD

 

RICHARD de MONTAGU (de Monte Acuto), d 1161-6, m possibly as 2nd wife ALICE

                Drew, dsp 1167

                WILLIAM

 

WILLIAM de MONTAGU, d ca 1217, m ISABEL

                DREW

 

DREW de MONTAGU, d in or bef 1216, m ALINE (who 2ndly m Richard Talbot), dau of ALAN BASSET of Wycombe by ALINE dau of PHILIP de GAI (see under Basset for ancestors)

                WILLIAM

 

WILLIAM de MONTAGU, d 1270, m BERTHE

                SIMON

 

SIMON de MONTAGU, Baron 1299, d 1316, m 1stly HAWISE, dau of AMAURI de St. Amand

                WILLIAM

SIMON 2ndly m Isabel

 

WILLIAM, Lord Montagu, d 1319, m 1stly ELIZABETH dau of PETER II de MONTFORT (see under Montfort for ancestors)

                WILLIAM de Montagu

WILLIAM 2ndly m JOAN, dau and heir of THEOBALD de VERDON (see under Verdon for ancestors). She 2ndly m Thomas, 2nd Lord Furnival

                JOHN (see later)

 

WILLIAM de Montagu, b 1302, led the band which helped EDWARD III seize power in 1330, “King of the Isle of Man, lost an eye fighting in Scotland, created Earl of Salisbury 1337, d 1343/4, m 1327 CATHERINE dau of WILLIAM 1st Lord Grandison (see under Grandison for ancestors)

                William the 2nd Earl, b 1328, dsp 1397, m 1stly as 1st husband of JOAN “the Fair Maid of Kent. They were divorced and he 2ndly m Elizabeth, dau of John de Mohun, 5th Baron of

                     Dunster by his wife Joane de Burghersh

                PHILIPPA, d 1382. m ROGER MORTIMER, 2nd Earl of March (see under Mortimer for  descendants)

                SYBIL, m Sir EDMUND FITZALAN (see under FitzAlan for descendants)

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Alice, dau of THOMAS of Brotherton, son of King EDWARD I, m as 1st  wife of Edward, 1st Baron Montagu

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JOHN, Lord de MONTAGU, (see above), m MARGARET, suo jure Baroness Monthermer (see under Monthermer for ancestors)

                JOHN de MONTAGU

 

JOHN de MONTAGU, Earl of Salisbury, b 1351, KG, beheaded 1399/1400. He m as 3rd husband of MAUD (widow of grocer John Aubrey and of Sir Alan Buxhull), dau of ADAM FRANCIS, Mayor of London.

                THOMAS de MONTAGU

 

THOMAS de MONTAGU, b 1388, styled Earl of Salisbury 1409, d 1428 at siege of Orléans, 1stly m the Lady ELEANOR, dau of THOMAS and sister and co-heir of Edmund, Earl of Kent (see under Plantagenet for ancestors)

                ALICE, suo jure Countess of Salisbury, m 1stly Sir Richard Pole, KG, and had a son Henry Pole who was summoned to parliament as Baron Montagu. She 2ndly m Sir RICHARD     

                     NEVILLE (see under Neville for descendants)

 

 

MONTDIDIER - Comtes

 

HELDOUIN, Comte d’Arcis-sur-Aube, m HERSINDE, Comtesse d’Arcis-sur-Aube, widow of Hilduin I, Seigneur de Rameru

                HILDOUIN II

 

HILDOUIN II, Comte de Montdidier, d after 992

                HILDOUIN III

                MANASSES, Comte de Dammartin (see under Dammartin for descendants)

 

HILDOUIN III, Comte de Montdidier, Seigneur de Rameru, m LESSILINE

                HILDOUIN IV

                FELICIA, m SANCHO I RAMÍREZ, Conde de Aragón (see under Aragón for descendants)

 

HILDOUIN IV, Comte de Montdidier and jure uxoris de Roucy, d 1063, m ALICE de Roucy (see under Roucy for ancestors)

                EBLES II, Comte de Roucy (see under Roucy for descendants)

                ADÉLE (ADELAIDE) de Roucy, m 1stly in 1065 GODFREY de Guise (see under Guise for descendants); she 2ndly m RENAUD I, Comte de Soissons (see under Soissons for

                     descendants); she 3rdly m ARNULF II, Comte de Chiny

                MARGUERITE, m HUGUES de Creil, Seigneur de Creil & Mouchy (see under Mouchy for descendants)

                BEATRICE, m GEOFFROI II, Comte du Perche & Mortaigne (see under Perche for descendants)

 

 

MONTDOUBLEAU - Seigneurs

 

ADÉLE d’Anjou, Comtesse de Vendôme (see under Vendôme for ancestors), m BODO (EUDES) de Nevers (see under Nevers for ancestors)

                FULK, Comte de Vendôme (see under Vendôme for descendants)

                HUGUES, Seigneur de Montdoubleau

 

HUGUES, Seigneur de Montdoubleau

                son

                                MARGUERITE, m HUGUES IV, Vicomte de Châteaudun (see under Châteaudun for descendants)

 

 

MONTFICHET - Earls of Essex

 

ROBERT “Guernon”, Baron de Montfichet, alive 1050

                William, dsp

                GILBERT

 

GILBERT de MONTFICHET, a companion of the Conqueror, born in Rome and returned there after settling his new lands on his son

                Richard, his successor

                WILLIAM

                ALURED GUERNON, ancestors of the Gernon and Cavendish families 

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