pages 500-9 in ANCIENT ANCESTORS

 

HUGH III of Hohenburg, Count of Alsace and Nordgau, d 940, m HILDEGARDE de Ferrette

                EBERHARD IV, Comte d’Alsace (see under Alsace for descendants)

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ERNEST II, Margrave of Nordgau, m ADELHEID

                LEOPOLD

 

LEOPOLD, d 907, m as 1st husband of CUNIGUNDA, (she 2ndly m CONRAD I, King of Germany (see under Germany for descendants) dau of BERTHOLD III (see under Friuli for ancestors)

                ARNULPH I

 

ARNULPH I “the Bad”, Duke of Bavaria (908-37), b 885, d 937 (see under Bavaria for other descendants)

                BERTHOLD I von BABENBERG

 

BERTHOLD I von BABENBERG, Margrave of Nordgau, b ca 915, d 980, m EILISWINTA von WALBECK, dau of LOTHAR II, Count of Walbeck (see under Walbeck for ancestors)

                HEINRICH von  SCHWEINFURT

 

HEINRICH von SCHWEINFURT, Margrave of Nordgau, m GERBERGA of Henneburg (see under Wormgau for ancestors)

                OTTO III von SCHWEINFURT, Duke of Swabia (see under Swabia for descendants)

                GISELA, d 1100, m BERTHOLD III, Count of Andech (see under Andech for descendants)

                ELICA, m BERNARD II, Duke of Saxony (see under Saxony for descendants)

 

 

NORFOLK - Dukes (See under Mowbray & Plantagenet)

 

 

NORFOLK - Earls (See under Bigod, Brotherton, Howard, Plantagenet & Wayer)

 

 

NORMANDY - Ducs

 

HROLFR or ROLLO “the Ganger (so-called because he was too big to ride a horse and had to walk everywhere), 1st Viking Count of Normandy (ca 911-25), b ca 870, son of RAGNVALD “the Wise (see under Møre, Jarls, for ancestors), m 1stly POPPA, dau of BERENGAR de Bayeux. She 2ndly m BALSO, Comte de Bayeux (see under Bayeux for descendants)

                Duc GUILLAUME I “Longsépée

                ROBERT, 1st Comte de Corboile (see under Fitz-Hamon for descendants)

                GERLOTTE or ADÉLE, m 933 as 1st wife GUILLAUME I, Comte de Poitou, Duke of Aquitaine (see under Aquitaine & Poitou for descendants) 

                CRISPINA, m GRIMALDUS, Prince of Monaco (see under Monaco for descendants)

ROLLO fictitiously 2ndly m Giselle (dsp 919), dau of CHARLES III “the Simple”, King of France.

ROLLO fictitiously 3rdly m POPPA again.

 

Comte GUILLAUME I “Longsépée, (925-42 when killed by the Flemings), b ca 900, m 1stly SPROTA de Senlis, dau of HUGH (HUBERT), Conte de Senlis (see under St. Liz for ancestors) She 2ndly m Comte d’Ivry (see under Ivry for descendants)

                Duc RICHARD I (probably wrongly alleged to be illegitimate)

 

Duc RICHARD I  the Fearless (942-996), b 933, m 1stly EMMA, dau of HUGUES “the Great”, Duc de France and Comte de Paris (see under France for ancestors) by his 3rd wife HEDWIG of Saxony

                EMMA, b ca 985, m 1stly as 2nd wife of ETHELRED II, King of  England (see under England, Kings, for descendants); she 2ndly m King Cnut 

                ROBERT (possibly illegitimate), Comte d’Évreux and Archbishop of Rouen (989-1037), m HERLÉVE dÉvreux (see under Évreux for descendants), protector of the young

                     WILLIAM I

                MAUGER (possibly illegitimate), Comte de Corbeil (see under Corbet for descendants)

                HAWISE, m GEOFFREY I Bérenger, Comte de Rennes and later also Brittany (see under Brittany for descendants)

                Matilda, m as 1st husband of EUDES II, Comte de Blois

                BEATRIX, m EBLES, Viscount of Turenne (see under Turenne for descendants)

Duc RICHARD 2ndly m GUNNORA de Crépon, dau of the Seigneur de Crépon (see under Crépon for ancestors), whose sister WEVIA m TURLOF (see under Beaumont/Bellomont for

descendants) and whose sister AVELINA, m OSBORNE de BOLEBEC (see under Giffard for descendants)

                RICHARD II

                GUILLAUME “the Consul, (possibly illegitimate) whom the Duc later made Comte d’Eu after depriving GILBERT son of GODFREY (see below) of the title (see under Eu, Clare &

                     Brionne for descendants)

By unknown wives or concubines Duc RICHARD also had

                GODFREY, his eldest illeg son, first made Comte d’Eu (see under Eu for descendants)

                MURIELLA, m as 1st wife of TANCRED d’Hauteville (see under Hauteville for descendants)

                FREDESCENDE, m as 2nd wife of TANCRED d’Hauteville (see under Hauteville for descendants)

                Robert, Comte de Mortaigne, succeeded by son William Werlenc

 

Duc RICHARD II, the Good (996-1026), d 1027, m 1stly JUDITH of Rennes, dau of CONAN I, Comte de Bretagne (see under Brittany for ancestors) by his wife ERMENGARDE of Anjou.

                Duc RICHARD III

                Duc ROBERT I (see below)

                ALICE (ADELIZA), m in 1023 RAYNALD (RENAUD) I, Comte Palatine de Bourgogne (see under Bourgogne for descendants)

                Guillaume, d 1025, a monk

                ELEANOR, m as 2nd wife BAUDOUIN IV, Comte de Flandres (see under Flanders for descendants)

By his 2nd wife RICHARD had

                GUILLAUME, Comte d’Arques

                                Illegitimate son NORMAN d’ARCI (see under d’Arcy for descendants)

RICHARD 3rdly m POPIA

                POPIA, m GILBERT  (Advocat) de St. VALERIE (see under St. Valerie for descendants)

                Mauger, Archbishop of Rouen (1037-55)

                Guillaume, Comte de Talru & Arques

 

Duc RICHARD III (1026-27 when possibly poisoned with connivance of brother ROBERT), m 1026 an ADÉLE (who was not the dau of ROBERT II, King of France who m BAUDOUIN V, Count of Flanders). By ADÉLE before and/or after marriage he had:

                ALICE, apparently born before her parents’ marriage, m 1stly RANULPH Comte de Bayeux (see under Bayeux for descendants)

                Nicholas, sent as a child to monastery at Fécamp, became Abbot of St. Ouen (1042-92)

                Popia, m Gulbert, advocate of St. Valéry

                ADA de Hugleville, apparently born after her father’s death, m GEOFFREY de NEUFMARCHÉ  (see under Newmarsh for descendants)

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Duc ROBERT I, (see above) Comte de Hiémois, the Devil or the Magnificent, (1027-35), betrothed to sister of King Cnut, d 1035 unm at Nicaea on way back from pilgrimage to Jerusalem. He had two children by his mistress ARLETTE (Herléva) who d ca 1050, dau of FULBERT, a tanner in Falaise and his concubine DODA (she had brothers Osbern and WALTER, the latter having a dau MATILDA who m RAOUL TESSON – see under Tyson for descendants). ARLETTE then m HERLUIN de BURGO, Vicomte de Conteville (see under Burgh,  Conteville, and d’Avranches for descendants) 

                ADELAIDE, given inter alia Borley Manor by WILLIAM I who had expropriated it from the Saxon Lewin, m 1stly ENGUERAND II, Comte de Ponthieu and Comte d’Aumâle,

                     from whom  descended the Earls of Albermarle.  She 2ndly m LAMBERT, Comte de Lens (see under Lens for descendants).  She 3rdly m Odo (Eudes), expelled Comte de

                     Champagne and Lord of Holderness, and had son Stephen of Aumâle

                Duc GUILLAUME II of Normandy and King WILLIAM I of England

 

Duc GUILLAUME II of Normandy  (1035-1087) and WILLIAM I, King of England (1066-87), prob b at Falaise 1028/9, m ca 1050/2 MATILDA of FLANDERS (d 1083 at Caen) dau of BAUDOUIN V, Count of Flanders. Note that as a young girl Matilda sought to marry Bictric, son of Aelgar and Lord of Gloucester, but he refused her. When she came to England after the conquest she had him imprisoned, and upon his death she took the honour of Gloucester!

                ROBERT III “Curthose”,  Duke of Normandy

                Agatha, engaged but not married to HAROLD GODWINSSON, Earl of Wessex; then possibly engaged to Herbert, Comte de Maine; finally engaged to Alphonse of León; but died bef

                     marriage a virgin

                Richard, Duc de Bernay in Normandy, b ca 1054, died 1075 hunting in the New Forest

                King William II “Rufus”, b 1056/60, (1087-1100), shot dead in the New Forest with arrow by Sir Walter Tirel

                Cecily, Abbess of Holy Trinity at Caen, b bef 1066, d 1126/7

                Matilda, may have been engaged to Edwin of Mercia

                Constance, d 1090, m 1086 ALAN IV FERGANT, Duke of Brittany

                Adeliza, under protection of ROGER de Beaumont, apparently d a nun

                ADELA, d 1137, m 1080 STEPHEN II, Count of Blois (d 1102), and had son King STEPHEN (1135-1154) see below

                HENRY I, Duke of Normandy (1106-35), b late 1068 (see under England, Kings, for descendants)

Although the tall WILLIAM has often been considered as a remarkably faithful husband to his tiny wife MATILDA he was aged 25 when they married and may have had some pre-marital illegitimate offspring, including:

                SYLVIA, who m LOUIS de BOURNONVILLE (see under Bournonville for descendants)

By MAUD FITZINGELRIC (whom he later married off to Ranulph Peverell) he had

                WILLIAM PEVEREL, d 1113, a companion of the Conqueror and his possibly also his brother

                Robert Peverel (see under Peverel for descendants)

WILLIAM I was also said to have had an illegitimate son

                Robert Bastard, held land in Devon 1086

Another dau, possibly illegitimate, m Comte Geoffrey Martel of Anjou

 

ROBERT II “Curthose”, Duke of Normandy (1087-1106 when deposed), d 1134 a prisoner in Cardiff Castle, betrothed to but probably did not marry Margaret, dau of Herbert II, Comte de Maine. He then m SIBYLLA, dau of GEOFFREY of Conversano (see under Sicily, Norman Kings, for ancestors)

                WILLIAM CLITO

He apparently also had an illegitimate son

                Robert, killed in the New Forest

 

WILLIAM CLITO (Longsépée), Count of Flanders, b 1100, d 1126. At the Battle of Bremûle he shattered the headpiece of King HENRY I. He m JEANNE de Montferrat (see under Montferrat for ancestors)

                MAUD, m HUGH MORTIMER (see under Mortimer for descendants)

 

 

NORTHAMPTON - Norman & later Earls (See under Bohun, Northumbria - Earls, and St. Liz)

 

 

NORTHAMPTON - Ealdormen  

 

AELFHEIM, Saxon Ealdorman of Northampton

                Elgiva, m as 1st wife of King Cnut

 

 

NORTHEIM - Counts

 

SIEGFRIED, Count of Northeim and Rittegau, d 1004, m 1stly MATHILDE

                BENNO

SIEGFRIED 2ndly m Ethelinde

 

BENNO von NORTHEIM, Count of Rittegau and Morungagau, d 1047/9, m EILIKA

                OTTO I

 

OTTO I von NORTHEIM, Count of Rittegau, Duke of Bavaria, d 1083, m RICHENZA, dau of OTTO, Duke of Swabia (see under Swabia for ancestors)

                IDA, m THIEMO I, Count of Brehna and Kostritz (see under Wettin for descendants)

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HEINRICH, Count of Northeim, killed 1101, m GERTRUDE, dau of EKBERT I, Count of Braunschweig (see under Braunschweig for ancestors)

                GERTRUDE, 2ndly m OTTO I of Luxemburg (see under Luxemburg for descendants)

 

 

NORTHUMBRIA (NORTHUMBERLAND) - Earls & Kings (For Earls see also under Dudley, Mowbray & Neville) 

 

YFFI

                AELLA

                Son 2

                                Osric, King of Northumbria (633-34)

                                                St. Oswine, King of Northumbria (644-51) and of Deira

 

AELLA, founder King of Deira (ca 560-88), son of YFFI, killed RAGNAR “Lothbrok” in a pit of vipers and was subsequently killed by RAGNAR’s sons

Aethelric, King of Deira (599-604)

                Eadwin, King of Northumbria (616-33) and then most of Britain except Kent, killed 633 by Cadwallon & Penda. He 1stly m Cwenburga of Mercia  & 2ndly m dau of King Aethelbert of

                 Kent

                Osfrith, killed with father 633

                                Yffi

                Eadfrith

AELLA 2ndly m ETHELBURGA, dau of St. AETHELBERT, King of Kent (see under Kent, Jute Kings, for  ancestors)

                ACHA, m AETHELFRITH, King of Bernicia (see below)

                Ethelhun

                                Wasefrea

                Eanfled of Deira

                Ethelthryth

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AETHELFRITH (AETHELFERTH), King of Bernicia, son of AETHELRIC the 3rd of IDA’s 6 sons (see under Bernicia for ancestors), united Bernicia and Deira into the single Kingdom of Northumbria (592-617) when killed by Raedwal, Angle King of East Anglia), m 1stly Bebba

                Eanfrith

AETHELFRITH 2ndly m ACHA, dau of EDWIN, King of Northumbria (see above). By ACHA and 2 other now unknown wives he had the following offspring

                EANFRITH, King of Northumbria (633-4) , m dau of King of the Picts (see under Picts for ancestors)

                Oslaf

                Oslac

                St. Oswald, King of Northumbria (634-42 when killed at Maserfield by Penda, King of Mercia), m Cyneburg, dau of King Cynegils of Wessex

                                Aethelwald, King of Northumbria (651-54) and of Deira

                Oswiu,  under-King of Bernicia (642-70), m 1stly Riemmelth of Rum. He 2ndly m Eanfled, dau

                of  Edwin, King of Deira and all Northumbria (616-33) by Princess Aethelburga of Kent

                                Ealhfaed (Alchfled), m Peada, son of Penda, King of Mercia

                                Egfrith (Alchfrith), King of Northumbria (670-85), m Cyneburg, dau of Penda of Mercia

                                Aldfryth, son of Oswiu by his mistress Fina, King of Northumbria, (685-705), m Cuthburh, dau of CENRED (see under England and Wessex, Kings, for ancestors)

  Osred I, King of Northumbria (705-716)

                Oswudu

                Offa

                Aebbe (St.Abb), Abbess of Coldingham

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Ogg, son of IDA, King of Bernicia (see under Bernicia, Kings, for ancestors)

                Aldheim

                                Ecgwald

                                                Leodwald

                                                                Eata

                                                       Eadbriht, King of Northumbria (738-758 when abdicated), d 768

                                                                                Oswulf, King of Northumbria (758-59)

                                                                       Aelfwald, King of Northumbria ((778-88) after Aethelred below

                                                                                                2 sons murdered 791 by Aethelred I (see below)

                                                                       Osgifu, m Alchred, King of Northumbria (see below)

                                                                Cuthwine

                                                                                Coenred, King of Northumbria (716-18)

                                                                       Osric, King of Northumbria (718-29)

                                                       Ceolwulf, King of Northumbria (729-37)

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Aethelwald Moll, King of Northumbria (758-65)

                Aethelred, King of Northumbria (774-78 & 790-96), 2ndly m Aelflaed

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Alric, son of IDA of Bernicia (see under Bernicia for ancestors & other descendants)

                Blaecman

                                Bofa

                                                Byrnhom

                                                                Eahlwine

                                                                                Alchred

 

Alchred, King of Northumbria (765-74), m Osgyfu, dau of Oswulf (see above)

            Osred II, King of Northumbria (788-90) after Aelfwald above, killed 794

            Alchmund, d 800

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IVAR RAGNARSSON “Beinlaus”, King of Northumberland, son of RAGNAR “Lodbrok”  (“shaggy trews”) of Denmark, (see under Denmark, Kings, for ancestors)

                SIGGTRYGGR, King of Limerick (see under Dublin, Norse Kings, for descendants)

                dau, m the Danish Jarl of the Hebrides and they had a son SITHRIC I “Caoch”

 

SITHRIC I “Caoch”, d 927, Danish King of Dublin and Northumberland, m EDITH, dau of King EDWARD I, “the Elder, (900-924) and his 1st wife or mistress EEGWYNN (EGWINA)

                OLAF

 

OLAF “Cuaran”, King of Dublin and Northumberland, d 981, m 2ndly GORMLAITH dau of MURCHAD of Naas (see under Naas for ancestors). She 2ndly m BRIAN BORU

                Blacar

                SITHRIC, King of Dublin (see under Dublin for descendants)

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EADWULF, Lord of Bamborough, killed ca 918 and his wife carried off by King Edred

                EALDRED  

 

EALDRED, Lord of Bamborough, alive 926

                OSWULF

 

OSWULF, d 965, Lord of Bamborough, made Ealdorman of Northumbria in 954 

                WALTHEOF I

 

WALTHEOF I, Ealdorman of Northumberland, depoosed ca 970

                UCHTRED

                Eadulf Cudel, Earl (1017- ca 1021)

 

UCHTRED “the Bold”, Ealdorman of Northumberland, b 989, murdered in 1016 by Thurbrand, m 1stly  ECGFRID, dau of EALDHUN, Bishop of Durham

                ALDRED (EALDRED), his successor

                Eadulf, next successor, had a 2nd son Osulf

 

UCHTRED 2nd  m Sigin

                Eadulf, Earl (ca 1038-1041)

                                Osulf, under-Earl, d 1067

                Gospatric

                                Uchtred

                                                Eadulf Rus

 UCHTRED m 3rdly ELGIFU, dau of ETHELRED II “the Unready (979-1014), King of England

                EALDGYTH m MALDRED of Dunbar, Lord of Allerdale, Regent of Kingdom of Strathclyde (see under Dunbar and under Scotland, Kings for descendants)

 

ALDRED (EALDRED), Earl of Northumberland, b ca 1009, killed Thurbrand his father’s murderer and was in turn killed ca 1038 by Thurbrand’s son Carl

                AELFREDA, m SYWARD (see below), who then became Earl of Northumberland after murdering her uncle Earl Eadulf

AETHELDRITHA, m ORM, son of GAMEL

          ECGFRIDA, m EILSI de TEES

                          SIWARD, Baron of Gosforth, ancestor of the Surtees family

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GUNNOR, Ealdorman in Northumbria

                THORED GUNNARSSON, Ealdorman of Northumberland

                          EALFLED (AELGIVA), m in 985 King AETHELRED II (see under England, Kings, for descendants)

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URSUS of Denmark

                SHRATLINGIS of Denmark

                                ULFIUS of Denmark

                                                BJORN BEARSSON (ULIUSSON)

 

BJORN BEARSSON

                SIBYLLA, m King DUNCAN I, “the Gracious (see under Scotland, Kings, for descendants)

                SYWARD, Earl of Northumberland

 

SYWARD “Digera” (the Strong), Earl of Northumberland, b ca 1020, d 1055, a Dane who may have come to England with King Cnut. Murdered and succeeded Earl Eadulf who was his wife’s uncle. Attempted to dethrone Macbeth in favour of MALCOLM III. He m AELFRED, dau of ALDRED, Earl of Northumberland (see above) and inherited the feud over her father’s murder

                Leofric, d 1057, too young to succeed and Tostig (brother of HAROLD GODWINSON) was made Earl. Tostig was defeated in 1065 and replaced for a very short period by Morcar,

                     son of AELFGAR of Mercia

                WALTHEOF II, inherited the feud over his grandfather’s murder, caught and killed all but two of Carl’s sons and grandsons  while they were at a family feast

                SIBYL, d 1040, m DUNCAN I, King of Scotland (see under Scotland for descendants)

 

WALTHEOF II, Earl of Northumberland, Northampton and Huntingdon, b 1045, replaced Morcar. After much deceit and rebellion against King WILLIAM I he was beheaded at Winchester in 1076. He had m JUDITH, (niece of the Conqueror) dau of LAMBERT, Count of Lens by ADELAIDE, dau of ROBERT of Normandy by HERLÉVE de FALAISE. After he’d beheaded her husband the Conqueror tried to get JUDITH to marry SIMON de St. Liz but she refused him because he was lame in one leg. SIMON then married her daughter Maud! (see under Lens for her ancestors)

                MAUD (MATILDA), m 1stly SIMON de St. LIZ (Senlyze) see under St. Liz for descendants) who died on his 2nd journey to the Holy Land, and she 2ndly m King DAVID I of

                     Scotland (see under Scotland, Kings, for descendants)

                ALICE, his co-heir, m RALPH de TOSNI IV (see under Tosni for descendants)

                Judith, m 1stly as the 2nd wife of her brother-in-law RALPH de TOSNI IV and 2ndly m Robert de Tonbridge

 
 

NORWAY - Kings

 

GUDROD HALFDANSSON (see under Vestfold for ancestors)

                HALFDAN III

 

HALFDAN III “the Black”, Jarl of Vestfold (830-70), m 1stly Thora, dau of Harold “Gullskegr(Golden Beard). He 2ndly m RAGNILD, dau of SIGURD HIORT, King of Ringerike and HELGA dau of DAG FRODE

                HARALD I

 

HARALD I “Haarfager” (Fairhair or Finehair), 1st King of all Norway (?858-928 when abdicated), d 934, m 1stly Asa Hakonsdottir Note: a reign of 70 years seems unlikely)

                Guthorm

                Halfdan “White”

                Halfdan “Black”

                Sigfrod

HARALD 2ndly m Gyda, dau of Eric, King of Hordaland

                Alof Arbot “Seasons Bettering” Haraldsdottir, m Thori “the Silent”, Jarl of Møre

                Roerek Haraldsdottir

                Sigtrygg Haraldsson

                Frodi Haraldsson

                Throrgils Haraldsson

HARALD 3rdly m RAGNHILD dau of ERIC II of Jutland

                EIRIC I

HARALD 4thly m SNAEFRID “Snowfair”, dau of SVASA “the Finn”

                Halfdan Haaleg, with his brother Gudred burnt RAGNVALD “the Wise alive in his hall ca 894

                Gudred Liomi, King of Hadeland

                SIGURD “a-Bush”, Under-King of Trondheim, d ca 937

                                HALFDAN SIGURDSSON, Under-King of Throndheim

                                                SIGURD SOW HALFDANSSON (see below for descendants)

                Rognvald “Straightleg”, King of Hadeland

HARALD 5thly m SWANHILDA dau of EYSTEIN “the Viking and sister of RAGNALD I “the Wise (see under Møre for ancestors)

                Ragnar Ryckil

                BIORN (see below)

                Olaf Geirstaedelf

HARALD 6thly m ASHILD, dau of RING DAGGSON

                Day, King of Hedemarken

                Ring, King of Hedemarken

                OLAF (see below), m TORF, dau of ROGNWALD, Jarl of Møre (see under Møre and Normandy for ancestors), ancestors of HÅKON II of Norway and HÅKON I of Sweden (see

                     below)

                Gudrod Skivia

HARALD 7thly m Thora Mostaf

                Håkon I “the Good’, King of Norway (933-59 when killed by HARALD “Graypelt’)

                Ingibiorg Haraldsdottir

Another dau m HÅKON and they had a dau GUNCHILD who m FINN of Sandes (see under Sandes for descendants)

 

EIRIC I “Bloodaxe”, King of Norway, (928-33 when deposed and killed by brother HÅKON ), twice King of York (in period 948-54), m GUNHILD, dau of GORM, King of Denmark

                HARALD II

 

HARALD II “Graypelt”, King of Norway (959-74)

                BERTRADE, m BERNARD II, Duke of Saxony (see under Saxony for descendants)

                Sweyn, d 1014, King of Denmark, King of England (1013-14), m Gunhild  

                                (Cnut), King of England 1016-35 and King of Denmark.

                                Thyra m as 1st husband of GODWIN, Earl of Wessex

                Thyra, m Thorgils, said by some to be parents of GODWIN, Earl of Wessex, but this seems unlikely

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SIGURD, Jarl of Hladir and TORF

                HÅKON II

 

HÅKON II SIGURDSSON, King of Norway (974-95), m THORA dau of SKAGA

                dau m IVAR-HVITI, Jarl of the Uplands

                Jarl Eirik, King of Norway (974-1015 when abdicated), d 1023

                Jarl Swein, King of Norway (1015-16)

 

IVAR-HVITI, Jarl of the Uplands and dau (see above)

                HÅKON I of Sweden (see under Sweden for descendants)

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HUNDA-STEINAR, a Danish Jarl in England, and ALAF, dau of RAGNAR SIGURDSSON “Lothbrok(shaggy or leather breeches) of Uppsala, Danish King of Lethra (see under Denmark for ancestors)

                Sigurd Hundasson

                                Viking-Kari Sigurdsson

                                                Eric Biodaskali Vikingsson

                                                                Astrid Ericsdottir, m Tryggvi Olafsson, Under-King of Wigen

                                                                                Olaf I Tryggvason, (great-grandson of HARALD I “Haarfager ), King of Norway (994-99), m 3rdly as 1st husband of THYRA of

                                                                                     Denmark (see under Denmark for ancestors)

            BIORN HUNDASSON

 

BIORN HUNDASSON

                AUDUN SKOKUL BIORNSSON, m as 2nd husband of THORDIS THORMGRIMSDOTTIR  widow of Onund “Treefot” Ofeigsson

                                THORA “Moshals” AUDUNSSON

                                                GUNNHILD THORASDOTTIR, m GUDBRAND KULA of the Uplands (see under Uplands for ancestors)

                                                                ÅSTA GUDBRANDSDOTTIR

 

ÅSTA GUDBRANDSDOTTIR, m 1stly HAROLD “Grenski” the Greenlander  (see below for descendants). She 2ndly m SIGURD SOW HALFDANSSON (see below for descendants)

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St. OLAF II HAROLDSSON, (a gtgtgrson of HARALD I “Haarfager ) King of Norway (1016-30), b 992, ousted by King Cnut of Denmark and England and killed in battle with Cnut’s regents 1030, m 1stly in 1028 ESTRID of Sweden (see under Sweden for ancestors)

                ULFHILD, m 1stly FRIEDRICH, Count of Formbach. She 2ndly m as 1st  wife of ORDULPH II, Duke of Saxony (see under Saxony for descendants). She 2ndly m DIETRICH V,

                     Count of Holland (see under Holland for descendants)

OLAF m 2ndly ALFHILD

                MAGNUS I,den Gode” (the Good), King of Norway (1035-46)

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Svein Alfivason, (son of King Cnut (Knud I) of Denmark), King of England (1016-35) and Norway  (1030-35)

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BIORN (see above), son of HARALD “Haarfager, murdered ca 927 by his brother ERIC “Bloodaxe

                GUDROD

 

GUDROD (GUTHROTHR), Under-King of Vestfold, murdered ca 955, m CACILIE

                HAROLD

 

HAROLD “Grenski” the Greenlander, under-King of Vigulmark, Vestfold and Agder, d ca 960, m as 1st husband of ÅSTO (see above)

                Sigurd Hundasson

                                Viking-Kari Sigurdsson

                                                Eric Biodaskali Vikingsson

                                                                Astrid Ericsdottir, m Tryggvi Olafsson, Under-King of Wigen

                                                                                Olaf  I Tryggvason, King of Norway (994-99)

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SIGURD SOW HALFDANARSSON, provincial King of Ringerike (Jarl of Reykjavik),  d 1018, (see above for ancestors) m as 2nd  husband of ÅSTA GUDBRANDSDOTTIR (see under above for ancestors) 

                Guthorm Sigurdsson

                HARALD III SIGURDSSON

            St. OLAF (see below)

           Gunnhild Sigurdsdottir, m Ketil Calf of Ringness

                Ingirid, m Nefstein and had dau Gudrun who m Skuli

                HALFDAN SIGURDSSON

                                BERGLJOT, m FINN ARNESSON (see above)

 

HARALD III SIGURDSSON “Hardråda”, King of Norway (1045-66), m 1stly ELISAVETA, dau of YAROSLAV I of Kiev (see under Kiev for ancestors)

                Magnus II Haraldsson, King of Norway (1066-69)

                                Haakon Magnuson, King of Norway (1093-95)

                OLAV III “the Gentle”, King of Norway (1067-93)

                                MAGNUS III “Barelegs” , King of Norway (1093-1103)

   RAGNILD, m HÅKON I IVARSSON, King of Sweden (see under Sweden for descendants)

 HARALD 2ndly m Thora, dau of  Thorberg Arnesson (see below)

                Ingebjørg, m 1stly King Oluf of Denmark and 2ndly m King Filip of Sweden

 

OLAF III “the Gentle”, King of Norway (1067-93) m TORF of Møre (see under Møre for ancestors)

                Tryggvi (see below)

                BERGLIOTH of Møre, m SIGURD, Jarl of Hladir (see under Hladir for descendants)

OLAV III  2ndly  m INGRID, dau of SWEIN II of Denmark

                MAGNUS III

 

MAGNUS III “Barefoot”, King of Norway, (1093-1103 when killed in Ireland)

                Olaf Magnusson, joint King of Norway (1103-15)

                Eyestein, joint King of Norway (1103-15)

                SIGURD I

                HAROLD IV “Gille”, joint King of Norway (1130-36)

                                SIGURD II “the Mouth”, joint King of Norway (1136-55) - see below

                                Inge I “the Hunchback”, joint King of Norway (1136-61)

                                Eyestein II, joint King of Norway (1142-57)

 

SIGURD I “the Crusader”, King of Orkney, Isle of Mann and Isles of Scotland, joint King of Norway, (1103-30 when d insane)

                Magnus IV “the Blind”, King of Norway (1130-35 when deposed), d 1139

                KRISTINA, d 1178, m SIGURD II “the Mouth” (see below for descendants). She 2ndly m Erling Irmsson, a rival King

          Magnus V, King of Norway (1161-84)

 

SIGURD II “the Mouth”, (see above), joint King of Norway (1136-55 when murdered) - see above - m KRISTINA, dau of SIGURD I (see above)

                Häkon II “the Broadshouldered”, rival King of Norway (1157-62)

                SVERRE, King of Norway (1177-1202

                                HÄKON III, King of Norway (1202-04)

                                                HÄKON IV “the Elder”, King of Norway (1217-63) - see below

CECILIA, m Jarl BAARD GUTTORMSON of Rein, gtgrson of Earl TOSTIG, brother of King HAROLD (see under England, Kings, for ancestors)

          Guttorm, King of Norway (briefly in 1204)

          Inge II, King of Norway (1204-17)

     SKULE

 

SKULE, a Jarl made 1st Norwegian Duke, killed 1240

                MARGARET, d 1270, m HAKON IV “the Old”, an illegitimate son of  King HAKON III, ancestors of Dukes of Södermanland, Mecklenburg & Slesvig, Counts of Holstein &

                     Olderburg.

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HÄKON IV “the Elder”, King of Norway (1217-63) - see above

                Häkon “the Younger”, co-Regent (1240-57)

                MAGNUS VI “the Law-mender”, co-Regent (1257, King of Norway (1263-80)

                                Eirek II “the Priest-hater”, King of Norway (1280-99)

                                HÄKON V

 

HÄKON V “Longlegs” , King of Norway (1299-1319)

                INGEBORG, m EIREK son of MAGNUS I of Sweden (see under Sweden for ancestors)

                                MAGNUS VII

 

MAGNUS VII, King of Norway (1319-55 when abdicated), d 1374

                HÄKON VI, King of Norway (1355-80)

                                Olaf IV, King of Denmark (1376- ),  King of Norway and Denmark (1380-87)

                                                Margaret I, Queen of Norway and Denmark (1387-96 when abdicated), d 1412

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FINNVID FUNDNE

                THORARIN BULLIBAK

                                ARNVID

                                                ARNMOD

                                                                ARNE

 

ARNE of Vrjarxe "Vrjar"

                FINN ARNESSON of Vrjar, Jarl of Halland, m BERGLJOT, dau of HALFDAN

                SIGURDSSON (see below for ancestors)

                                Sigrid Finnsdottir, m Worm Eilifsson, Jarl of Ladir

                                INGIBJORG who m 1stly THORFINN, Jarl of Orkney (see under Orkney for descendants); she 2ndly m as 1st wife of King MALCOLM III Canmore of Scotland          

                                     (see under Scotland, Kings, for descendants)

                                Another dau m Orm Eilifsson, Jarl of the Uplands

                Kalf Arnesson

                Thorberg Arnesson

                                dau Thora, concubine and 2nd wife of King HARALD III SIGURDSSON

                                Eystein Orri

                                dau Jorunn, m Marshal Ulf Ospaksson of Iceland

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NOTTINGHAM - Earls (See under Berkeley, Mowbray & Seymour)

 

 

NOYEN - Comtes

 

ANSELM I, Comte de Noyen, alive 996

                ANSELM II

 

ANSELM II, Comte de Noyen, m ADELAIDE of Ortigen

                AUXILIA, m HUMBERT I, Comte d’Aosta & Maurienne (see under Savoie for descendants)

 

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