pages 540-9 in ANCIENT ANCESTORS

 

HENRY PERCY, "Hotspur", killed 1403 at Battle of Shrewsbury, m PHILIPPA, dau of EDMUND MORTIMER, Earl of March (see under Mortimer for ancestors)

                HENRY, 2nd Earl of Northumberland, killed at Battle of St. Alban’s 1455

                                CATHERINE, m EDMUND, Lord GREY de Ruthyn, and has present day descendants

                ELIZABETH, 1stly m JOHN, Lord CLIFFORD and WESTMORELAND (see under Clifford for descendants); she 2ndly m Ralph Neville, Earl of Westmoreland

 

 

PERGAMUM - Attalid dynasty

 

Note: in this section names shown in bold capitals do not infer present day descendants

 

ATTALUS of Tius (Tieum), m BOA, a Paphlagonian

                Philetaerus, b ca 343 BCE, made ruler of Pergamum (282-263) by LYSIMACHUS

                ATTALUS

                Eumenes, m Satyra, dau of Posidonius

                                Eumenes I, Ruler of Pergamum (263-241) throwing off Seleucid control

                                Philetaerus

 

ATTALUS (a)

                ATTALUS (b), m ANTIOCHIS, dau of ACHAEUS son of SELEUCUS I

                                ATTALUS I “Soter”

                                Eumenes

 

ATTALUS I “Soter”, King of Pergamum (241-197), m APOLLONIS “Eusebes” of Cyzicus

                EUMENES II “Soter”

                Attalus II “Philadelphus”, King of Pergamum (160/59-138 aet 82) m Stratonice

                Philetaerus

                Athenaeus

 

EUMENES II “Soter”, King of Pergamon (197-160/59 when he left his whole kingdom to Rome) m Stratonice, dau of ARIARATHES IV of Cappadocia. By two different concubines he had 

                Attalus III “Philometor Euergetes”, (138-133 when he bequeated Pergamum to Rome)

                Aristonicus, led revolt against Rome (133-130)

 

 

PERONNE - Comtes

 

BERNARD, Comte de SENLIS (see under St. Liz for ancestors)

                ROBERT

 

ROBERT I de PERONNE, ca 1028, m ADELISE

                EUDES de PERONNE, dvp

                          ROGER de PERONNE

                                                PIERRE de PERONNE

                                                                GAUTHIER de PERONNE

                                                                                JEAN I

            IVRES I de Neslé (see under Neslé for descendants)

 

JEAN I de PERONNE, c 1210, m ELIZABETH, dau of JEAN I de LILLE (see under Lille for ancestors)

                JEAN II de LILLE (see under Lille for descendants)

 

 

PERRACY - Seigneurs

 

CHILDEBRAND I, Seigneur de Perracy, Comte d’Autun, son of PÉPIN d’Heristal (see under Carolingian dynasty for ancestors), m ROLANDE, dau of BERTHA, a Merovingian

                 NIVELON (NIBELUNG)

 

NIVELON “the Historian”, Seigneur de Perracy, Montisan & Hesburg, Comte d’Autun, d 768

                CHILDEBRAND II

 

CHILDEBRAND II, Seigneur de Perracy, d 826/36, m DUNNE d’Autun

                THIERRY I

 

THIERRY I, Comte d’Autun & Chaumois, the Treasurer to Emp CHARLES “the Bold, d bef 880

                THIERRY II

                RICHARD (see below)

 

THIERRY II, Comte de Chaumois, d bef 893, m dau of BUDWINE, Comte de Metz (see under Metz for ancestors)

                MANASSES I, Comte de Châlons (see under Châlons for descendants)

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RICHARD, son of THIERRY I (see above), alive 883-5

                GARNIER

 

GARNIER (WARINUS), Vicomte de Sens & Troyes, b ca 868, killed 925, m TEUTBERGE, dau of THIBAUD, Comte d’Arles & Vienne (see under Vienne for ancestors) 

                HUGUES, Comte de Vienne (see under Vienne for descendants)

 

 

PERSIA - Achaemenid dynasty  

 

ACHAEMENES (HAKHAMANISH), late 8th to early 7th century BCE ruler of Parsumash, a vassal sate of Media, founder of a new Persian dynasty, led an alliance against Sennacherib in 692/1 BCE

              TEISPES I (SHISHPISH I), King of Anshan (Parsa), a southern province of Persia

                                ARIARAMNES

                                                ARSAMES, still alive in 522 (although he must have been very old)

                                                                Pharnakes (Parnaka), controller in Persis

                                                                                Pharnabazos, m Apame, dau of CYRUS II the Great

                                                                                                Artabazos, hereditary satrap of Dasyleion, had 11 sons including

                                                                                                Pharnabazos, Commander of the Persian Fleet 334-332

                                                                Artystone, favourite wife of her nephew DARIUS I

                                                                HYTASPES, still alive in 522, Satrap of Parthia & Hyrcania, m RHODOGUNE (mother by another man of the Satrap Artaphernes whose son Artaphernes

                                                                     jointly commanded the Persian troops in DARIUS’ 490 BCE 3rd Greek campaign)

                                                                                DARIUS I (see below)

                                                                                Artanes

                                                                                                Phratagune, m her uncle DARIUS I

                                                                                Dau, m the Paladin Gobryas

                                                                                                Mardonios, Grand Marshal in the West for XERXES

                                                                                Dau, m the Paladin OTANES

                                                                                                Smerdomenes, 3rd i/c Marshal of XERXES’ forces

                                                                                                ? Patiramphes, charioteer for XERXES

                                                                                                ? Anaphes, an infantry commander for XERXES

                                                                Artabanos, Satrap of Bactria

                                                                                 Tritantaikhmes, Satrap of Babylonia, 2nd i/c Marshal of XERXES’ forces

                                                                                                ? Artyphios, an infantry commander for XERXES

                                                                                ? Ariomardos, an infantry commander for XERXES

                                                                                                ? Bassakes, an infantry commander for XERXES

                                CYRUS (KURASH) I, brother of ARIARAMNES

 

CYRUS (KURASH) I, King of Persis and a vassal of Assyrian King Ashurbanipal in 640

                CAMBYSES I              

 

CAMBYSES I, King of Anshan, m MANDANE, dau of King ASTYARGES of Media (see under Media for ancestors)

                     CYRUS II

     

CYRUS II “the Great, b 598, King of Anshan (560/59-530 BCE) defeated Medes 549 and Lydia 546 Great King of Persia (546-530 BCE when he d fighting Queen Tomyris of the Massagetae East of the Aral Sea), King of Babylon (539-ca 535), 1stly m CASSANDANE, dau of PHARNASPES & sister of the Paladin OTANES XE "Babylon - Kings"

                Cambyses II, King of Babylon (ca 535-522) Great King of Persia (529-522), defeated the last Pharaoh Psammetichus III in 525, m 2 daus (his sisters) of CYRUS II including ATOSSA

                     (later wife of DARIUS I) & 4thly m Nitetis, dau of Psammetichus

                    Smerdis (known as Bardiya), Great King of Persia (522)

                    Parmys, m DARIUS I

               ATOSSA, 1stly m her brother Cambyses II, she 2ndly m the ? Magus usurper, and 3rdly m DARIUS I

                    Dau 2, m Cambyses II & d 524/3 after he kicked her abdomen when she was pregnant

                   Apame, m Pharnabazos (see above)

CYRUS II 2ndly m Amytis, dau of King ASTYARGES of Media (see under Media for ancestors)

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DARIUS I, (see above), b 549, as one of  “The Seven Paldins” who killed the ? Magus usurper Smerdis in turn usurped the throne as Great King of Persia (521-486 BCE), 1stly m Artabama, possibly a dau of the Paladin Gobryas

                    Artobazanes

                    Ariabignes (Ariamenes), an Admiral, d at Battle of Salamis 480 BCE

                    Arsamenes, an infantry commander

DARIUS 2ndly m ATOSSA, the eldest dau of CYRUS & widow of Cambysses II & the ? Magus usurper

                    XERXES I

                    Achaemenes, Satrap of Egypt, killed 459 at Papremis

                    Masistes, Satrap of Bactria, whose wife was desired by XERXES

                                Artaynte, m Darius, son of XERXES

                   Hytaspes

DARIUS I by his favourite wife & aunt Artystone (see above) had

                  Arsames

                  Gobryas

DARIUS also m Parmys, dau of Smerdis (Bardiya) – see above

                 Ariomados, an infantry commander for XERXES

DARIUS I by his niece Phratagune (see above) had

                 Abrocomes, killed at Thermopylae in 224

                 Hyperanthes, killed at Thermopylae in 224

DARIUS’ other children included

                Dau Mandane, who 2 sons d at Salamis

                Artozostre, m Mardonios, son of the Paladin Gobryas by a sister of DARIUS, killed 479

                Artontes

                Sandauke

                                Her 3 sons were captured at Salamis and executed by the Greeks

                Dau (Anon)

                                Artokmenes, an infantry commander for XERXES

 

XERXES I, b 521/0 BCE, Great King of Persia (485-465/4 BCE when murdered in his bedchamber by his Chiliarch Artabanos), m AMESTRIS, dau of the Paladin OTANES (1st of The Seven) and sister of XERXES’ charioteer Patiramphes

                 Darius, falsely accused of his father’s murder & killed by brother ARTAXERXES

            Hytaspes, Satrap of Bactria, killed in war with ARTAXERXES

            ARTAXERXES

XERXES also had illegitimate children, including

                Tithraustes, commander of XERXES’ fleet from Phoenicia and Cilicia

                Artarios

                Menostanes, a supporter of Sogdianos (see below)

                Amytis, said to be a promiscuous daughter

 

ARTAXERXES I “Macrocheir” (the Long Armed), Great King of Persia (464-424 BCE), 1stly m Damaspia

                Xerxes II, King (424 BCE, assassinated 2 months later by Sogdianos)

ARTAXERXES I had by a Babylonian concubine

                Sogdianos, briefly King in 424

ARTAXERXES I had by a 2nd Babylonian concubine  KOSMARTYDENE illegitimate sons

                DARIUS II

                Arsites (Arishitta)

ARTAXERXES I had by ANDIA

                PARYSATIS, m her half-brother DARIUS II

 

DARIUS II “Nothus”, Great King of Persia (423-405 BCE), m his half-sister PARYSATIS

                ARTAXERXES “Mnemon” II

                Cyrus “the Younger”, d 401BCE

                Ostanes

                                Arsames, m Sisygambis, dau of ARTAXERXES “Mnemon” II (d by fasting 5 days after hearing of Alexander’s death in 323 BCE)

                                Darius III “Codomanus”, usurper King of Persia (335-330 BCE when stabbed by his supporter Bessus) defeated 331 BCE by Alexander “the Great”, who m his half-sister

                                     Stateira

                 dau, m Mithridates, killed 334 BCE at Battle of River Granicus

                 Barsine Stateira, killed 323 BCE, m as 2nd wife of Alexander “the Great”  XE "Alexander the Great"

                             Heracles, d in infancy

                Drypetis, killed with Stateira by order of Roxane 323 BCE, m Hephaestion

                                                Oxathres

                                                                Amastris, 1stly m Craterus, 2ndly m Dionysius, Tyrant of Heraclea (d 306/5 BCE)

                                                                                Clearchus II, Tyrant of Heraclea XE "Heraclea - Tyrants" , executed 289 by order of LYSIMACHUS

                                                                                Oxathres, Tyrant of Heraclea, executed 289 by order of LYSIMACHUS

                                                                Amastris

                                                                Amastris 3rdly m LYSIMACHUS, King of Thrace, a former bodyguard of Alexander “the Great” (d 281 BCE)

                                                              Alexander

                                                               

ARTAXERXES II “Mnemon” (the Mindfull), Great King of Persia (404-359 BCE), by his 1st wife had

                 RHODOGUNE, m ORONTES, Satrap of Armenia (see under Armenia, Orontid dynasty, and Iberia for descendants)

            Apama, m Pharnabazus II, Satrap of Daskalytis on the Hellespont (412-374 BCE)

                              Artabazus, d after 328 BCE, Persian Satrap of Western Asia & Bithynia & Macedonian Satrap of Bactria under Alexander “the Great 

                                           Barsine, 1stly m Mentor the Rhodian. She 2ndly m Memnon

                                                       Dau, m Nearchus

                                               Barsine, 3rdly m Alexander “the Great” XE "Alexander the Great"

                                           Artakama, m as 1st wife of PTOLEMY I “Soter” of Egypt

                                           Artonis, m Eumenes of Cardia, Secretary of Alexander “the Great”

ARTAXERXES II 2ndly m Statira, dau of Hydarnes

                Artaxerxes III “Ochus”, (358-338 when assassinated)

                                Arses, King of Persia (338-336 when supplanted by usurper Darius III)

                Darius

                                Arbupales, killed 334 at Battle of River Granicus

                Ariaspes

                Arsames

            SISYGAMBIS, d 323, m ARSAMES (see above)

 


PERSIA - Sassanid dynasty
 

 

SĂSĂN, Ruler of Fars and Kerman

                ARDASHĎR I, probably a natural son and adopted by father’s successor Păpak, King of Fars

 

ARDASHĎR I (ARTAXERXES), Great King of Persia, rebelled against and defeated Parthian King Artabanus V 224 CE & took title Shahanshah  (226-241), defeated Roman Emperor Alexander Severus 232, established Zoroastrianism as the state religion

                SHĂPÜR I

 

SHĂPÜR I, , Shahanshah of Persia (241- 272), used Roman Emperor Valerian as a mounting block, defeated by Roman vassal king Odenathus (assassinated 266, m Zenobia descended from Cleopatra)

                Hormizd I Ardashir, Great King (272-73)

                Bahrăm (Varahrăn) I, Great King (273-76)

                                Bahrăm II, Great King (276-93)

                                                Bahrăm III, Great King (293 deposed)

                NARSEH (NARSES), Great King (293-302 when abdicated), d 303

                                HORMIZD II

                MIRIAN, King of Georgia (295-342), ancestor of the Sassanid dynasty of Georgia                         

 

HORMIZD (HORMOUZ) II, Great King (302-9)

                Adhnarseh, Great King (309)

                SHĂPÜR II

                Hormizd (Hormidas), fled to Rome and joined staff of Emperor Julian

           Ardashďr II, Great King (379-83 when deposed)

 

SHĂPÜR II, crowned in utero as Great King (309-79)

                his heir killed by Romans 344

                SHĂPÜR III, Great King (383-88)

                          BAHRÄM (Varahrăn) IV, Great King (388-99)

                                                YAZDGIRD I

 

YAZDGIRD I, Great King (399-420), appointed a brother as King of Armenia 415/16

                BAHRĂM V

                Shăpür, King of Armenia (413-20)

 

BAHRĂM V “the Wild Ass”, Great King (420-38)

                YAZDGIRD II

 

YAZDGIRD II, Great King (438-57)

                Hormizd III, Joint Great King (457-59)

                PËRŐZ I

                Balash, Great King (484-88 when deposed)

 

PËRŐZ I, Great King (457-84, when killed fighting the Huns)

                KAVĂD I

                Zămăsp, Great King (496-99)

                                Narseh

                                                Përőz

                                                                Gilanshah

                                                                                Gil Gavporc, Prince of Tabiristan (647-70)

 

KAVĂD I, Great King (488-97 & 499-531)

                Ka’us, Prince of Tabiristan (530-37)

                KHUSRAU

 

KHUSRAU I “Anurshirvan” (meaning “of the Immortal Soul”), Great King of Persia (531-79)

                HORMIZD IV

                Yazdanadh

                                Kaharbokht

                                                Përőz II, Great King (631)

 

HORMIZD IV, Great King (579-90 when deposed)

                KHUSRAU II

                Merzeban, ancestor of the Shahs of Shirwan

 

KHUSRAU II “Parviz” (the Victorious), Great King (590 when fled to Byzantium during revolt by Bahram VI, reinstated 591-628 when killed by Byzantines). Bestam ruled as King of Media (591-96)

                Kavăd II Shďroes, Great King (628)

                                Ardashďr III, Great King (628-30)

                SHAHRYAR

                                YAZDGIRD III  

                Khorezadh Khusrau IV, Great King (631)

                Bőrăn, Great Queen (630-31)

                Ăzarmëdukht,  Great Queen (631-32)            

                                Hormizd V, Joint Great King (631-32)

 

YAZDGIRD III, last Sassanid Great King of Persia (632-51 when murdered in a mill at Marv)

                SHAH ZENAN, m HUSAIN ibn ALI, 3rd Holy Imam (see under Muhammad the Prophet and his family for descendants)

                Another dau m Muhammad, son of Abu Bakr, 1st Caliph of Islam

 

 

PERTH - Earls (See under Drummond)

 

 

PETIT (PETTYT) - Lords of Dunboyne & Barons of Mullingar

 

(In the reign of Richard I, William Le Petyt, 1st Lord of Dunboyne and Molngar, succeeded Hugh de Lacy, Earl of Hereford, as Lord Justice of Ireland).

 

WILLIAM le PETIT, 6th Lord of Dunboyne and Molyngar (sic), Co Meath

                SYNOLDA, his heir carried this title and estate in 1274 to her husband Sir THOMAS le BOTILER, slain at Battle of Mullingar in 1329 (see under Butler for descendants)

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JOAN PETTYT, dau of the Baron of Mullingar (sic), m Sir JOHN D’ARCY, Sheriff of Meath 1404 & 1415

 

 

PETTY

 

ANTHONY PETTY, a clothier of Romsey, Hants, b 1588, d 1644.

                WILLIAM

                son 2, dsp

 

WILLIAM PETTY Kt., M.D., F.R.S., b 6.6.1623, d 16.12.1687. (See Aubrey’s Brief Lives and Burke’s Peerage p 1540 for details of Sir William’s career). He m in 1667 the widow of Sir Maurice Fenton and dau of Sir HADRESS WALLER (see under Waller for ancestors), perhaps related to Edmund Waller (described in Aubrey’s Brief Lives). She was created Baroness of Shelburne in 1688.

                Charles, Baron Shelburne, m in 1690 Mary Williams and dsp

                Henry, succeeded his brother, became Viscount Dunkerron and Earl of Shelburne, m Arabella, dau of Charles Boyle, Lord Clifford

                ANNE, m 14.1.1692 THOMAS, 1st Earl of KERRY and Viscount CLANMAURICE (see under FitzMaurice for descendants)

According to Aubrey WILLIAM PETTY also had an illegitimate dau, b ca 1679, who was an actress at Duke’s playhouse

 

 

PEVEREL

 

MAUD FITZINGELRIC, a concubine of WILLIAM, Duke of Normandy (almost certainly before he m MATILDA)

                WILLIAM PEVEREL (taking his mother’s 2nd husband’s family name)

MAUD was then married off to Ranulf Peverell who was given holdings after the Conquest in four counties of England

                Robert Peverell (Note: he may have been another illegitimate son of Duke WILLIAM)

 

WILLIAM PEVEREL the Elder of Nottingham, d 1113/4, a companion & probably son of the Conqueror, given large holdings in eight counties, m ADELINE 

                William, dvp

                Pain Peverell, Lord of Whittington

                WILLIAM (a second)

                ADELISE, m RICHARD de REVIERS (see under Reviers for descendants)

                MAUD, m RANDULPHUS de WHITTINGDON (see under Whittingdon for descendants)

 

WILLIAM PEVEREL “the Younger of Nottingham, ca 1153, had his castle at Nottingham given in custody to WILLIAM PAYNEL (PAINEL or PAGANEL), m 1stly Oddona

WILLIAM 2ndly m AVISE de LANCASTER, dau of Comte ROGER de MONTGOMERY of Poitou “the Poitevin by AUMODIS, Comtesse de la Marche (see under Montgomery for ancestors)

                Henry

                MARGARET, m ROBERT, Earl of Ferrieres (sic) and 2nd Earl of Derby (see under Ferrers for descendants)

                HELEN m WILLIAM FITZ-ALAN (see under FitzAlan, Earls of Arundel, for descendants)

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THOMAS PEVERELL, m MARGARET, dau of Sir THOMAS COURTENAY

                dau, m HUNGERFORD (see under Hungerford for descendants)

 

 

PHOKAS of Byzantium

 

Phocas, Emperor (602-610)

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NIKEPHORAS PHOKAS of Cappadocia, b ca 840, d 896

                BARDOS

 

BARDOS PHOKAS, Caesar at Constantinople, b 880, d 969, m dau of EUDOKIOS MALEINOS

                LEO

 

LEO PHOKAS, Prefect of Cappadocia and Grand Admiral, d 976

                SOPHIA, m KONSTANTIN SKLEROS (see under Skleros for descendants)

 

 

PICTS - Kings

 

The Picts (from Roman Picti = the painted ones) tended to favour matrilineal descent for their kings, possibly because they could then be sure of the mothers even if not of the fathers!

 

MAELCON

                BRIDEI

 

BRIDEI, King of Dalriada, said to have given Isle of Iona to Colum Cile (St. Columba the Elder) soon after 563

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EANFRITH, Angle King of Northumbria (633-4), (see under Northumbria for ancestors) m a dau of EOCHAID BUIDE, King of the Picts and Dalriada (608-29) - see under Dalriada for ancestors

                dau, m DOMNALL

                dau, m BELLI, King of Strathclyde, d bef 641 (see under Strathclyde for descendants)

                                Bruidhe III, King of the Picts (672-93)

                                dau, m AINFTECH

                Talorcan (Talargain), King of the Picts (653-57)

 

AINFTECH, d 693, and above wife

                dau, m EOCHAID II “Crooked Nose”, King of Dalriada (see under Dalriada for descendants)

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DOMNALL, King of the Picts, and dau of EANFRITH

                GARNAIT

                Drust I, King of the Picts (663-71)

                dau, m Gyddno Garuntur (see under Strathclyde for ancestors)

                                Bruidhe (Bridei) IV, King of the Picts (697-706)

                                Nechtan, King of the Picts (706-24), converted to Christianity

                                dau, m Talorg

                                                Drest II, King of the Picts (782-4)

                                Alpin I, King of the Picts (726-28)

 

GARNAIT MacDomnall , King of the Picts, (657-63)

                SPONDANA, m King EOCHAID II of Scotland (see under Scotland, Kings, for descendants)

 

 

PIERPOINT

 

INGELRAM de PIERPOINT

                ROBERT

 

ROBERT de PIERPOINT, m ERMENGARDE de MONTAGU

                WILLIAM

 

WILLIAM de PIERPOINT

                HUGH

 

HUGH de PIERPOINT, m CLEMENCE (AGATHA), dau of GAUTHIER, Comte de Rethel (see under Rethel for ancestors)

                BEATRICE, m WILLIAM de WARRENNE (see under Warenne for descendants)

 

 

PIGOT

 

Baron de Biars

                Hervé, his heir as Baron de Biars

                                Sigebert

                                Guillaume de Biars, Seneschal to ROBERT, Comte de Mortaine, and present at Hastings

                OSMELINE

 

OSMELINE AVENEL, Seigneur de Say

                PICOT AVENEL

                Robert

                Henry

 

Note: a William Avenel was a tenant Lord of Haddon Hall in 1153 as daughtes married Richard Vernon )

 

PICOT (Robert) AVENEL de SAY, a companion of the Conqueror, d 1066, probably at Hastings, m ADELOYSE, dau of HAMON DENTATUS (see under Gloucester, Earls, for ancestors) 

                WILLIAM de SAY, m BEATRICE de MANDERVILLE (see under Manderville for descendants)

                PICOT MILES de SAY, Baron of Clun, m HELIAS, Lady of Clun

                                ISABEL m WILLIAM FitzALAN (see under FitzAlan for descendants)

                                RALPH PIGOT 

                                William

 

RALPH PIGOT of Tong

                EUGENE, m THOMAS FITZBERNARD (see under FitzBernard for descendants)

 

 

PISO – Consuls of Rome

 

Note: in this section the names shown in bold only infer present day descendants if the dubious descent through Constantius Chlorus is accepted.

 

LUCIUS CALPURNIUS PISO I, Consul in 58 BC, friend of Julius Caesar

                LUCIUS CALPURNIUS PISO II

 

LUCIUS CALPURNIUS PISO II, d 32, Consul in 15 BC, m as 3rd husband of MARIAMME “the Younger”, grand-dau of King HEROD “the Great” (see under Judaea, Kings, for ancestors)

                ARRIUS (ANTONINUS) CALPERNIUS PISO          

 

ARRIUS (ANTONINUS) CALPERNIUS PISO, m BOIONIA PROCILLA SERVILLA

                POMPEIA PLOTINA CLAUDIA PHOEBE PISO, usually known as PLOTINA, 1stly m Corelius Rufus. She 2ndly m TRAJAN, Emperor (98-117) see under Roman Emperors for

                     dubious descendants

 

 

PLANTAGENET - Earls of Chester, Derby, Leicester & Lancaster

 

EDMUND PLANTAGENET “Crouchback, 2nd son of King HENRY III, b 1245, d 1295. Pope Innocent IV gave him Manfred’s kingdom in Sicily when he was aged nine. He was later made Earl of Chester, then Derby and then Leicester, becoming the greatest of the English noblemen. He m 1stly Avelina Forz (d 1274), dau of William de Fortibus (Forz), Earl of Albemarle (Aumâle). He 2ndly m Queen BLANCHE of Navarre, dau of ROBERT I, Comte d’Artois (son of LOUIS VIII, King of France) and widow of ENRIQUE I, King of Navarre.

                Thomas, b 1279/80, beheaded 1322, succeeded as 2nd Earl of Lancaster and jure uxoris Earl of Lincoln, m Alice de Lacy, Countess of Lincoln and Salisbury. She 2ndly m Eubule (Ebles),

                     Lord Strange and 3rdly m Hugh de Fresnes.

                HENRY

                John, b 1286, d unmrrd 1327 in France

                Mary, d young

 

HENRY, 3rd Earl of Lancaster and Leicester, b 1281, became blind, d 1343, m MAUD, dau and heiress of Sir PATRICK CHAWORTH (see under Chaworth for ancestors)

                Blanche, b 1305, m Thomas, Lord Wake

                MAUD, b 1310, m 1stly WILLIAM de BURGH, 3rd Earl of Ulster (see under Burgh for descendants); she 2ndly m Ralph de Ufford, Earl of Suffolk

                JOANE PLANTAGENET, b 1312, m JOHN de MOWBRAY, 3rd Baron. (see under Mowbray for descendants)

                HENRY, “the Wryneck”, b 1314

                Isabel, b ca 1317, Prioress of Amesbury, d 1347

                ELEANOR, b ca 1318, m 1stly JOHN, 2nd Baron BEAUMONT (see under Beaumont for descendants). She 2ndly m RICHARD FITZALAN, 9th Earl of Arundel (see under

                     FitzAlan for descendants)

                MARY, b ca 1321, m aged 14 to HENRY, Lord Percy (see under Percy for descendants)

                Thomas, Earl of Lancaster, d 1322

 

HENRY “of Grosmont”, “the Wryneck”, KG, b 1314, d of the plague 1361, made Earl of Derby & Earl of Lincoln, succeeded as Earl of Lancaster and Leicester, the greatest nobleman of his day, created Duke of Lancaster (only the 2nd English duke). He was EDWARD III’s Lieutenant in Gascony. He m ISABEL, 4th dau of  HENRY, Earl of Buchan, 1st Baron Beaumont (see under Beaumont for ancestors)

                Maud, b 1335, 1stly betrothed to Ralph, son and heir of Ralph, Lord Stafford and at age of 6 his widow. She 2ndly m Wilhelm I, Duke of Bavaria, Count of Zeeland, Holland and Hainault

                BLANCHE, b ca 1345, m JOHN “of Gaunt” (see under England, Kings for descendants)

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THOMAS PLANTAGENET de BROTHERTON, d 1338, Lord of Catherlogh, son of King EDWARD I (see under England, Kings, for ancestry), b 1300 at Brotherton, created Earl Marshal of England 1312, d 1338, created Earl of Norfolk in 1312, m 1stly ALICE, dau of Sir ROGER Halys of Harwich

                Edward, d bef 1337

                MARGARET PLANTAGENET, her father’s heir and she was then entitled Margaret Marshal, Duchess of Norfolk, Lady of Catherlogh, m 1stly JOHN, 3rd Baron SEGRAVE

                     (see under Segrave and Mowbray for descendants). She 2ndly m Sir Walter, Lord Mauny (the ablest of EDWARD III’s military commanders), by whom she had a son and a dau Anne

                     who m   John Hastings, Earl of Pembroke. She became the greatest dowager of her age, living in state at Framlingham Castle.

                Alice, m Edward de Montacute, 1st Baron Montaguxe "MONTAGU - Earls of Salisbury"

THOMAS 2ndly m as 2nd husband of Mary, dau of WILLIAM, 2nd Lord ROS and widow of Sir Ralph Cobham

                John, a monk at Ely

 

 

PLESSETIS - Earls of Warwick

 

GRIMOLT (GRIMOALD) de Plessis, imprisoned after Battle of Val-es-Dunes

                dau, ca 1066 m WILLIAM d’ALBINI (see under Albini for descendants)

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JOHN de PLESSETS, a Norman domestic servant in the household of King HENRY III, made Governor of the Castle of Devizes, Sheriff of Oxfordshire, Constable of the Tower of London, and eventually Earl of Warwick, m CHRISTIAN, dau of HUGH de SANDFORD (see under Sandford for ancestors)

                HUGH de PLESSETIS

                John, m Annabel, dau of NICHOLAS de SEGRAVE  

By the King’s pressure JOHN m 2ndly MARGERY, Countess of Warwick.

                William, succeeded as Earl of Warwick, m Maude de Percy and dsp 1184 on Crusade

 

HUGH de PLESSETIS, d 1291, m ISABEL, dau of JOHN de RIPARIUS (see under Riparius for ancestors)

                Hugh, his successor, m Philippa, dau of Richard Montfichet

                CHRISTIAN m JOHN de SEGRAVE, 2nd Baron (see under Segrave for descendants)

 

 

PLUNKETT - Earls of Fingall

 

JOHN PLUNKETT of Beaulieu (Bewly), Co Meath

                JOHN PLUNKETT

 

JOHN PLUNKETT, living ca Henry III

                JOHN PLUNKETT

                RICHARD of Rathregan, (see below).

 

JOHN PLUNKETT, ancestor of the Lords of Louth

                ALICE, m NICHOLAS St LAWRENCE, Lord of Howth (see under St. Lawrence for descendants)

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RICHARD PLUNKETT of Rathregan (see above)

                RICHARD PLUNKETT

 

RICHARD PLUNKETT, summoned to Parliament as a Baron in 1374

                CHRISTOPHER PLUNKETT

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