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CHRISTOPHER PLUNKETT, Sheriff of Meath 1426, created Lord KILLEEN, d 1445, m in 1403 JOAN, only dau and heir of Sir LUCAS CUSACK, Lord of Killeen (see under Killeen for ancestors)

                JOHN, his heir, dvp

                CHRISTOPHER, ancestors of Lords Dunsany

                THOMAS of Rathmore, Chief Justice, ancestors of the Plunketts of Rathmore

                ROWLAND, whose son Sir THOMAS PLUNKETT was Chief Justice of the Common Pleas in Ireland and ancestor of the Plunketts of Dunsoghlin

                ANNE, m bef 1435 CHRISTOPHER St. LAWRENCE, 1st Baron Howth (see under St. Lawrence for descendants)

 

JOHN PLUNKETT of Bewley, dvp, m as 2nd husband of MAUD FitzEUSTACE (see under FitzEustace for ancestors)

                CHRISTOPHER

 

CHRISTOPHER PLUNKETT, 2nd Lord KILLEEN, succeeded his grandfather, d 1462, m JOANNA BELLEW of Bellewstown

                CHRISTOPHER

                JANET, m NICHOLAS St. LAWRENCE, 3rd Baron Howth (see under St. Lawrence for descendants)

                Edmond, b ca 1443

 

CHRISTOPHER PLUNKETT, 3rd Lord Killeen, b ca 1442, d of the plague 1467, m ELIZABETH, dau of Sir WILLIAM WELLS, Lord Chancellor of Ireland. She 2ndlly m James Fleming, Baron of Slane

                ELIZABETH, m JOHN D’ARCY (see under D’Arcy for descendants)

 

 

POITOU - Comtes

 

See also under Ducs d’Aquitaine for Comtes de Poitou

 

RAINULF I, Comte de Poitou, Duc d’Aquitaine, killed 866, son of GERHARD, Comte d’Auvergne (killed 841), m 1stly Rotrude, dau of CHARLEMAGNE. He 2ndly m dau of RORICK, Comte de Maine (see under Maine for ancestors)

                RAINULF II

 

RAINULFE II, Comte de Poitou, Duc d’Aquitaine, d 890, m ERMENGARDE, a concubine

                EBLES

 

EBLES “Manzer”, Comte de Poitou, Duc d’Aquitaine, m 2ndly EMILIENNE

                GUILHEM I

 

GUILHEM I “Tête d’Etoupe” (Towhead), Comte de Poitou, Aquitaine & Auvergne, d a monk 963, m GERLOC, dau of  ROLLO of Normandy (see under Normandy for ancestors)

                ADELAIDE, m HUGUES CAPET, King of France (see under France for descendants)

                GUILHEM II

 

GUILHEM II “Bras de Fer”, Comte de Poitou, Duc de Normande, d 995, m EMMA, dau of THIBAUD II, Comte de Blois, Chartres, etc., (see under Chartres for ancestors)

                GUILHEM III

 

GUILHEM III “le Grand”, Duc d’Aquitaine, Comte de Poitou, d a monk 1030, m AGNES, dau of  OTTO GUILLEM, King of Lombardy (see under Lombardy for ancestors)

                GUILHEM V, (known as Pierre), Comte de Poitou, m ERMESINDE de Longwy (see under Lorraine for ancestors)

                                CLEMENCE, heiress of Longwy, 1stly m CONRAD, Count of Luxemburg (see under Luxemburg for descendants). She 2ndly m GÉRARD I Flaminius, Count of

                                     Wassenburg and Guelders (see under Guelders for descendants)

                GUI GEOFFREY (GUILHEM)

 

GUI GEOFFREY (GUILHEM VI), Comte de Poitou, Duc d’Aquitaine, d 1086, m HILDEGARDE, dau of  ROBERT I, Duc de Bourgogne (see under France, Capetian Kings, for ancestors)

                GUILHEM

 

GUILHEM VII Comte de Poitou and as GUILLAUME IX Duc d’Aquitaine, d 1127, m 1stly as 2nd husband of Cecily, dau of JOHN “Monoculus” in 1086 was tenant-in-chief in Norfolk (see under Vesci for ancestors) . She had m 1stly Roger of Gloucester, 2nd Earl of Hereford; and she 3rdly m Walter de Mayenne

GUILHEM m 2ndly PHILIPPA, dau of GUILLAUME IV, Comte de Toulouse (see under Toulouse for ancestors)

                GUILHEM

                (see under Aquitaine for other children)

 

GUILHEM VIII Comte de Poitou and as GUILLAUME X Duc d’Aquitaine, d 1137 on pilgrimage, m AÉNOR, dau of AIMERY I, Vicomte de Châtellerault (see under Châtellerault for ancestors)

                ALIÉNOR, Queen of France and England (see under France and England for descendants)

                (see under Aquitaine for other children)

GUILHEM 2ndly m Emma, dau of Aymer III, Comte de Limoges

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Guillaume Longsword (Longsépée), Comte de Poitou, d 1164, son of GEOFFREY V (Plantagenet), Comte d’Anjou & Maine, Duke of Normandy (see under Anjou for ancestors)

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Son 3 of PHILIPPE II “Augustus”, King of France (1180-1223) made Comte de Poitou & Auvergne

 

 

POLAND - Princes and Kings

 

ZIEMOSMYL (3rd in descent from PIAST), Duke of Poland, alive 964

                MIESZKO I

                ADELAIDE, m GEYSA, Prince of Hungary (see under Hungary for descendants)

         

MIESZKO I, Grand Duke of Poland, (964-92), b 922, influenced by his 2nd wife DABROWKA dau of BOLESLAV, Duke of Bohemia, was baptised 967 (see under Bohemia for her ancestors)

                BOLESLAV I

                ADELAIDE, m MICHAEL, Magyr Prince of Hungary and Regent of Poland (see under Hungary for descendants)

                SIGRITH (SWIETOSLAWA) “the Haughty, m 1stly ERIC “Segersäll” (the Victorious), King of Sweden (ca 980-95), (see under Uppsala for ancestors); she 2ndly m SVEIN

                    FORKBEARD, King of Denmark (see under Denmark and Sweden for descendants)

 

BOLESLAV I “Chobry” (the Mighty), Grand Prince (992-1025) and King of Poland (1025), b 967, took style of King upon death of Emperor Heinrich II, m 1stly THYRA dau of HARALD of Denmark (see under Denmark for ancestors); he m 3rdly in 987 ENNILDA (d 1017) dau of DOBROMIR, Prince of West Silicia

                MIESZKO II

                Bezprim, deposed brother (1031-32)

 

MIESZKO (MIECZISLAV = LAMBERT) II, King of Poland (1025-31 & 1032-34), b 990, d 1034, defeated by Conrad II and kingdom then dissolved in anarchy. He m in 1013 RIXA (RYCHEZA) dau of EDZO, Count Palatine of Lorraine (see under Bonngau for ancestors)

                RIXA, d 1063 m in 1040 BELA I, Prince of Hungary (see under Hungary for descendants)

                GERTRUDE m IZYASLAV I, Great Prince of Kiev (see under Kiev for descendants)

                CASIMIR I

 

CASIMIR (KAZIMIERZ) I “Odnowiciel” (the Restorer), Duke of Poland (1034-1058), m in 1038 DOBROVNEVA-MARÍA dau of YAROSLAV I of Kiev (see under Kiev for ancestors)

                Boleslav II “Smialy” (the Bold), King of Poland (1058-79 when exiled), d 1081

                VLADISLAV I

                Swatawa, d 1126, m as 2nd wife of WRATISLAV II, King of Bohemia and Hungary

 

VLADISLAV I (HERMAN), Duke of Poland (1079-1102 when poisoned), b 1040, d 1102, m in 1080 JUDITH dau of WRATISLAV II of Bohemia) see under Premysl, Kings of Bohemia, for ancestors)

                Zbigniew, co-Duke of Poland (1102-07)

                BOLESLAS III

VLADISLAV 2ndly m Judith, dau of HEINRICH III of Germany

 

BOLESLAS III “Wry-Mouth”, Duke of Poland (1102-38), b 1086, d 1159, m 1stly in 1103 ZBYSLAVA, dau of SVIATOPOLK II, Great Prince of Kiev (see under Kiev for ancestors)

                VLADISLAV II

BOLESLAS 2ndly m in 1113 SALOMEA dau of HENRI, 3rd Marquis de Berg

                AGNES, d 1181, m 2ndly MSTISLAV, Prince of Novgorod (see under Kiev for ancestors)

                CASIMIR “the Just” (see below)

 

VLADISLAV II “the Exile”, Duke of Cracow (1138-46), b 1105, d 1159, m 1stly AGNES von BABENBERG, dau of St. LEOPOLD III, Margrave of Austria (see under Austria for ancestors)

                RICHILDE, b ca 1090, m ALFONSO VII of Castile and León (see under Castile for descendants)

VLADISLAV 2ndly m CHRISTINA dau of FREDERICK II, Duke of Swabia (see under Swabia for ancestors)

                Boleslav IV“the Curly”, Duke of Cracow (1146-73)  

                CASIMIR II “the Just”

                Mieszko III “the Elder”, Duke of Cracow (1173-77 & 1199-1202)

                                Vladislav III “Spindleshanks”, Duke of Cracow (1202 & 1228 when again deposed), d 1231

                                                Son

                                                                Przemsyl, Duke of Cracow (1290-91), King of Poland (1295-6)

                                                                                Elizabeth, m Wenceslas of Bohemia, King of Poland (1300-05)

                Son 4

                                Henry I “the Bearded”, Duke of Cracow (1228-29 & 1232-38)

                                                Henry II “the Pious”, Duke of Cracow (1238-41)

                                                                Son

                                                                                Henry III “Probus”, Duke of Cracow (1288-90)

 

CASIMIR II “the Just”, Duke of Cracow (Little Poland) -1177-94

                Leszek I “the White”, Duke of Cracow (1194-99 & 1202-27)

                                Boleslav V “the Chaste”, Duke of Cracow (1243-79)

                CONRAD of Mazovia

 

CONRAD, Duke of Masovia and Cracow XE "Masovia - Dukes"  (1229-32 & 1241-43 when again deposed), d 1247       

                Son

                                Leszek “the Black”, Duke of Cracow (1279-88)

                CASIMIR

 

CASIMIR, Duke of Cujavia, d 1267

                WLADISLAV

 

WLADISLAV “the Short”, Duke of Cracow, (1305-20), crowned King of Poland (1320-33)

                CASIMIR III “the Great”, King of Poland (1333-70 when he died from a fall while hunting)

                                ELISABETH, d 1361, m BOGESLAV I, Duke of Pomerania

                                                ELISABETH, d 1393, m Emperor CHARLES IV, King of Bohemia (see under Bohemia for descendants)

           ELIZABETH, m CHARLES I, King of Hungary

           LOUIS “the Great”

 

LOUIS “the Great”, King of Poland (1370-82)

            JADWIGA, m JOGAILA, Grand Duke of Lithuania

                                VLADISLAV II JAGIELLO, King of Poland (1386-1444)

 

JAGIELLO, Grand Prince of Lithuania (see under Lithuania for ancestors) becameVLADISLAV III , King of Poland (1386-1434), m 1stly Jadwiga (d 1395), dau of LEWIS I “the Great”, King of Hungary and Poland, d 1382.  

                Vladislav III, King of Poland (1434-44), King of Hungary (1440-44)

VLADISLAV III 2ndly m SOPHIA of Kiev  

                CASIMIR IV

 

CASIMIR IV, King of Poland, (1446-92), m ELIZABETH, d 1505, dau of ALBERT of Austria (see under Austria for ancestors)

                VLADISLAV IV

                John I Albert, King of Poland (1492-1501)

                Alexander, Grand Prince of Lithuania (1492-1506) and King of Poland (1501-06)

                SIGISMUND, King of Poland (see below)

 

VLADISLAV IV, King of Bohemia (1471-1516), King of Hungary (1490-1516), d 1516, m 1stly Beatrix, d 1491, dau of Ferdinand I of Naples. He 2ndly m ANNE, dau of GASTON de Foix (see under Foix for ancestors)  

                Anne, d 1547, m Ferdinand I of Habsburg, King of Bohemia and Hungary 1526, Emperor of Germany 1556, d 1564 

                Lewis II, King of Bohemia and Hungary (1516-26)

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SIGISMUND I “the Elder”, King of Poland (1506-48), see above, m 1stly Barbara Zapolya and m 2ndly BONAO MILANO

            Sigismund II “Augustus”, King of Poland (1548-72)

            JADWIEGA, d 1573, m as 2nd wife of JOACHIM II, Elector of Brandenburg, ancestors of Dukes of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, Saxe-Altenburg and Saxe-Gotha 

 

 

POLE (See under La Pole)

 

 

POLOTSK - Princes

 

ROGNWALD, Count of Polotsk  

                ROGNIEDA, m in 980 as 1st wife of VLADIMIR I of Kiev (see under Kiev for descendants)

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BRIATSCHISLAV of Polotsk

                ALEKSANDRA, m St. ALEKSANDER I “Nevsky”, Prince of Kiev 1249 & Grand Prince of Vladimir        (1252-63) – see under Kiev for descendants

 

 

POLOWZES - Khans

 

TUGOR, Khan of the Polowzes

                HELENA, m SVIATPOLK II of Kiev (see under Kiev for descendants)

                KOTAK

 

KOTAK, Khan (Prince) of the Polowzes, d 1240

                dau m MSTISLAV, Prince of Galicia (see under Kiev for descendants)

 

 

PONTHIEU - Comtes (See also under Alençon)

 

RAOUL, Comte de Ponthieu, d 866

                RAOUL of Laesoie  

                                dau, m RENAUD, Vicomte d’Auxerre, Comte de Bar-sur-Seine (see under Auxerre and Bar-sur-Seine for descendants) 

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HERLOUIN, Comte de Ponthieu & Amiens (see under Alençon for ancestors)

                ROGER, Comte de Ponthieu

                                HUGUES I

 

HUGUES I, Seigneur d’Abbeville, d 1000, m GISELE, dau of HUGUES CAPET (see under France, Capetian dynasty)

                ENGUERRAND I

 

ENGUERRAND I, Comte de Poithieu & Montreuil, d 1046, m as 2nd husband of ADÉLE of Holland (see under Holland for ancestors)

                HUGUES II

 

HUGUES II, Comte de Ponthieu & Montreuil, d 1052, m BERTHA, dau of GUERINFROI, Seigneur d’Aumâle

                GUY I

                Enguerand II, Comte d’Aumâle, m as 1st husband of ADELAIDE, sister of WILLIAM the Conqueror

 

GUY I, Comte de Ponthieu & Montreuil (1053-1100), Companion of WILLIAM the Conqueror, m ADA of Amiens

                AGNES/ANNA, his heiress m ROBERT II MONTGOMERY de Bellême, Comte d’Alençon, Earl of Shrewsbury (see under Montgomery for descendants)

 

AGNES and ROBERT

                GUILLAUME I

 

GUILLAUME I Talvace, Comte d’Alençon, Montreuil & Ponthieu, m ALICE, dau of EUDES I de Bourgogne (see under Burgundy for ancestors)

                GUY II

                ADELA, m WILLIAM de WARRENNE (see under Warrenne for descendants)

 

GUY II, Comte de Ponthieu, d 1147, m IDA

                JEAN I

 

JEAN I, Comte de Ponthieu & Montreuil, d 1191, m 3rdly BEATRICE, dau of ANSELME, Comte de St. Pol (see under St. Pol for ancestors)

                GUILLAUME II

                ADÉLE, m in 1178 THOMAS de St. VALERIE (see under St. Valerie for descendants)

 

GUILLAUME II Talvace, Comte de Ponthieu & Montreuil, b 1179, d 1221, m as 2nd husband of ALICE, dau of King LOUIS VII of France (see under France for ancestors)

                MARIE, Comtesse de Pontieu, m in 1208 1stly SIMON de DAMMARTIN, Comte d’Aumâle (see under Dammartin for descendants). She 2ndly m Matthieu de Montgomery,

                     Seigneur de Montmorenci

 

 

PONTUS - Mithridatic dynasty 

 

ORANTOBADES

                MITHRADATES, Prince of Cios on the Propontis, d 363 BCE

                          ARIOBARZANES

 

ARIOBARZANES, Prince of Cios (363-337 BCE), claimed to be 10th in descent from DARIUS I, Achaemenid King of Persia (see under Persia, Achaemenid dynasty for ancestors)

                MITHRIDATES 

 

MITHRIDATES, Prince of Cios (336-297 BCE)

                MITHRIDATES I “Ktistes”, founder King of Pontus (296-266)

                                ARIOBARZANES, King of Pontus (266-256)

                                                MITHRIDATES II, King of Pontus (256-220)

                                                                LAODICE III, m ANTIOCHUS III, King of Syria (see under Syria for descendants)

                                                                MITHRIDATES III, King of Pontus (220-185) , m LAODICE, dau of ANTIOCHUS III (see under Seleucid dynasty for ancestors)

                                                                PHARNACES I (see below)

                                                                                Mithradates IV Philopator Philadelphus”, King of Pontus (159-150), m his sister Laodice

                                                                                Laodice, (m her brother Mithradates IV)

 

PHARNACES I, King of Pontus (185-159), m NYSA (see under Seleucid dynasty for ancestors)

            MITHRIDATES V “Euergetes”, King of Pontus (150-121), m LAODICE (see under Syria, Seleucid dynasty for ancestors)

                                MITHRIDATES VI “Eupator”

                                Laodice, m Ariarathes VI (see under of Cappadocia for descendants)

 

MITHRIDATES VI “Eupator” (the Great), King of Pontus (121-63) when Pontus annexed by Rome)

             Mithridates Christos

                Drypetine

            CLEOPATRA, m TIGRANES II “the Great”, King of Armenia (see under Armenia, Artaxiad dynasty, for descendants)

           Makhares, King of Cimmerian Bosphorus (86-63)

            Pharnaces II (see below)

                Archelaus III (Ariarathes VIII), King of Cappadocia  (see under Cappadocia for descendants)

 

Pharnaces II, made King of Cimmerian Bosphorus (63-47) by Pompey, defeated by Julius Caesar 47 BCE

                Darius, King of Cimmerian Bosphorus (39-36 BCE) – end of the Mithradatic dynasty

           Dynamis, m 1 stly Asandros, King of the Bosphorus (47-14 BCE) - ; she 2ndly m Scribonius, King of the Bosphorus briefly in 14; she 3rdly m Poleman I (see below) who 2ndly m

                 Pythodorus, Queen of Pontus (8-19) - see below

                          Aspurgus (son of Dynamis and Asandros)

 

Aspurgus, King of the Bosphorus (8 BCE - 38 CE), m Gepaepyris, dau of Cotys II of Thrace (see below) XE "Thrace - Macedonian Kings"

                Mithradates, King of the Bosphorus (39-49)

                Cotys I

 

Cotys I, King of the Bosphorus (49-62), m Eunice

                Rhescuporis I, King of the Bosphorus (62-93) XE "Bosphorus - Kings"

                                Tiberius Julius Sauromates I, King of the Bosphorus (93-124)

                                                Tiberius Julius (Cotys II) , King of the Bosphorus (124-132)

                Archelaus III (Ariarathes VIII), King of Cappadocia (see under Cappadocia for descendants)

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Poleman I, King of Pontus and the Bosphorus, son of Zeno of Laodicea, m as 2nd husband of Pythodoris, grand-dau of Marcus Antonius (Marc Antony) XE "Laodicea"  

                Marcus Antonius Poleman (see below)

                Zeno (Artaxius III), King of Armenia (18-34 CE)

                                Marcus Antonius Zeno, consul suffectus in 148

                Antonia “Tryphaena”, m Cotys II, King of Thrace (12 & 19 CE)

                                Rhoemetalces III, King of Thrace (43 CE)

                                Poleman II, titular King of Bosphorus (38-41) and King of Pontus and Cilicia (38-63), m Berenice, dau of Herod Agrippa I of Judaea 

          Cotys, King of Armenian Cilicia

          Gepaepyris, m Aspurgus (see above for descendants)

 

Marcus Antonius Poleman (see above)

                Julia Antonia Eurydice, m Sextus Julius Maior, Legate of Lower Moesia in 148

                                Sextus Julius Maior Antoninus Pythodorus I

                                                Sextus Julius Maior Antoninus Pythodorus II

 


PORHOËT - Vicomtes
XE "PORHOËT - Vicomtes" \b

 

Anon

                GUINODEON, Comtesse de Porhoët, m BENEDICT, Comte de Cornouaille, Bishop of Quimper, d 1026 (see under Cornouaille for descendants

                GUITHENOC

  

GUITHENOC, Vicomte de Porhoët, d 1040, m ALLARUM

                JOSCELINE I

 

JOSCELINE I, Vicomte de Porhoët, d 1074

                EUDES I

 

EUDES I, Vicomte de Porhoët & Rohan, d ca 1086, m ANNE de Leon, dau of CONAN, Duc de Bretagne (see under Brittany for ancestors)

                GEOFFROY

 

GEOFFROY, Vicomte de Porhoët, d 1142, m HAWISE

                EUDES II

                ALAN I la ZOUCHE (see under la Zouche for descendants)

 

EUDES II, Vicomte de Porhoët, d ca 1164, m ELEANORA, dau of HERVÉ, Comte de León (see under Leon, Comtes, for ancestors)

                EUDES III

EUDES II 2ndly m BERTHA, heiress of Brittany and became jure uxoris Duc de Bretagne 1148-56 (see under Brittany for descendants)

 

EUDES III, Vicomte de Porhoët, d 1231, m MARGUERITE

                MAUD, m in 1204 GEOFFROI, Baron de Fougères (see under Fougères for descendants)

 

 

PORT

 

Unknown from Port-au-Bessin

                HUGH de PORT

                Hubert de Port

 

HUGH de PORT, a companion of the Conqueror, under-tenant of ODO, Bishop of Bayeux & Earl of Kent, d a monk 1096, m ORENCE

                HENRY

                EMMA, m WILLIAM de PERCY (see under Percy for descendants)

 

HENRY de PORT, Sheriff of Hants, m HAWISE

                Hugh, dvsp

                William, dvsp

                JOHN

 

JOHN de PORT, d 1168, m MAUD

                ADAM

                Hugh

 

ADAM de PORT, d 1213, m 1stly MABEL, heiress & dau of RAINALD, Seigneur d’Orval

                WILLIAM

ADAM 2ndly m SIBILLA the Countess, dau of WILLIAM de BRAOSE and widow of WILLIAM FERRERS, Earl of Derby 

 

WILLIAM de PORT, d 1234, styled himself WILLIAM de St. JOHN, m GODEHEUT, dau of FULK PAINEL (see under Painel for ancestors)

                Geoffrey, dvp

                ROBERT

                Adam

                William

                Godeheut, m 1stly William de Ros of Kent and she 2ndly m Hugh de Wyndleshores

WILLIAM 2ndly m OLIVE, dau of ÉTIENNE, Comte de Penthièvre (see under Brittany for ancestors), widow of  HENRI I, Baron de Fougères  

 

ROBERT de St. JOHN, d 1266/7, m AGNES dau of WILLIAM de CAUNTELO (see under Cantilupe for ancestors). She 2ndly m John de Turville

                JOHN

 

JOHN de St. JOHN, d 1302, m ALICE, dau of Sir REYNOLD FITZPIERS (see under FitzPiers for ancestors) by his wife ALICE

                John, 1st Baron St. John

                AGNES (ALICE), m in 1292 HUGH de COURTENAY, Earl of Devon (see under Courtenay for descendants)

                Edward

                Amadeus

 

 

PORTLESTER - Barons (See under FitzEustace)

 

 

PORTUGAL - Kings & Condes

 

HERMERIC, King of the Suevi (ca 410-41). Note: the Sueves and other Germanic tribes had crossed the frozen Rhine near Mainz on 31.12.406, and the Sueves whose Kings were elected were resettled in southern Galicia.

                RECHILA, headed the army from 438 and was elected King of the Suevi (441-48)

                                RECHIARIUS, elected King of the Suevi (448-56 when executed by order of his father-in-law THEODORIC I), had m a dau of THEODORIC I, King of the Visigoths

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MALDRAS, King of the Suevi (457-60)

                REMISMUND, King of the Suevi (464-84), m a Visigoth princess

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VERMUDO, King of the Suevi (485-

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CHARARIC, King of the Suevi, succeeded by THEODOMIR

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THEODOMIR, King of the Suevi (558/9-570)

                MIRO, King of the Suevi (570-83)

                                EBORIC, King of the Sueves (583-84 when deposed0. He was tonsured and sent to a monastery

                                Dau, m ANDARIC, King of the Sueves (584-85 when deposed)

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WAMBA, King (672-80 when sent to a monastery)

                WITIZA, King (702-10)

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EGICA, a nephew of WAMBA, King (687-702)

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THEUDEFRED, who was blinded

                RODERIC, Duke of Baetica

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HENRI, Duc de Bourgogne, (see under Burgundy for ancestors) d 1070/4, m SIBYLLE dau of RAMÓN BERENGER, Count of Barcelona (see under Barcelona for ancestors)

                HENRI (ENRICO)

 

ENRICO I de Bourgogne, Conde de Coïmbra, became Conde de Portugal, (1097-1112), m THERESA (TARASIA), illegitimate dau of ALFONSO VI, King of Castile and Aragón (see under Castile for ancestors)

                Eudes I

                AFFONSO I of Portugal

                BEATRICE, m GUY I de Vignory and their dau ALDEGARDE m ROGER, Seigneur de Joinville (see under Genevill for descendants)

 

AFFONSO I ENRIQUES, Conde (1112-39)  and 1st King of Portugal (1139-85), b 1109, m ELVIRA GUALTAR

                TERESA, 2ndly m FERNÁN MENDEZ de Bragançon “el Bravo  (see under Bragançon for descendants). He also m in 1146 MAUD dau of AMADÉE III of Savoie (see

                     under Savoie for ancestors)

                URRACA, d 1176, m in 1160 FERNANDO II of León (see under León for descendants)

                SANCHO I

                MATILDA (MAFALDA), m ALFONSO II, King of Aragón (see under Aragón for descendants)

 

SANCHO I, King of Portugal (1185-1211) & died later as a monk , b 1154, m 1stly in 1175 ALDONZA, dau of RAYMOND V of Barcelona  XE "BARCELONA - Condes"

                AFFONSO II

                Teresa m as 1st wife of ALFONSO IX, King of León

SANCHO 2ndly m Dulci, another dau of RAYMOND V, Conde de Barcelona

 

AFFONSO II “the Fat”, King of Portugal (1211-23), b 1185, m in 1201 URRACA, dau of ALFONSO IX of Castile, d1220 (see under Castile for ancestors)

                Sancho II “Capêlo”, King of Portugal (1223 & 1245-48 when dethroned by brother)

                AFFONSO III

 

AFFONSO III, King of Portugal, (1248-79), b 1210, m 2ndly in 1253 BEATRICE, dau of ALFONSO IX of Castile, d 1303, (see under Castile for ancestors)

                DIONISIO

 

DIONISIO (DINIS) “the Farmer”, King of Portugal, (1279-1325), b 1261, m in 1282 ISABELLA, dau of PEDRO III of Aragón and Sicily (see under Aragón for ancestors)

                AFFONSO IV

                CONSTANCE, b 1290, d 1313, m in 1302 FERNANDO IV of Castile (see under Castile for descendants)

 

AFFONSO IV “the Brave”, King of Portugal (1325-57), b 1291, m in 1309 BEATRICE, dau of SANCHO IV of Castile (see under Castile for ancestors)

                MARÍA, b 1313, d 1357, m in 1328 ALFONSO XI of Castile (see under Castile for descendants)

                PEDRO I

 

PEDRO I “the Severe, also known as the Justiciar”, King of Portugal (1357-67), 1stly m CONSTANZA MANUEL

                FERNANDO I

PEDRO 2ndly m TERESA LAURENCO murdered

                JOÃO (see below)

 

FERNANDO I, “o Gentil” King of Portugal (1367-83), d 1383, m LEONOR de MENEZES, dau of MARTIM AFONSO TELLEZ de MENEZES and his wife ALDONZA de VASCONCELHOS

                BEATRIZ, 1stly m EDWARD, Duke of York 1381 (marriage annuled 1382); she 2ndly m JUAN I, King of Castile (1379-90) - see under Castile for descendants

           ISABELLA, m PHILIPPE “the Good”, Duc de Bourgogne (see under Burgundy for descendants)

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JOÄO (JOHN) I “the Great”,  b 1357, Grand Master of the order of St. Benedict of Aviz, and following an interregnum King of Portugal (1385-1433 when he died of plague), m PHILIPPA, dau of JOHN “of Gaunt (see under England, Kings for ancestors)

                DUARTE I (EDUARDO), King of Portugal (see below))

                Enrico “Prince Henry the Navigator”, b 1394, d 1460

                ISABELLA, m as 3rd wife of Emperor MAXIMILIAN of Habsburg (see under Habsburg for descendants)

                Dom JOÃO m ISABEL (see below)

           ISABEL of Portugal, d 1496, m JOHN II, King of Castile (see under Castile, Kings, for descendants)

                Son

                                MANUEL I “the Fortunate” (see below)

                + 2 other sons & 1 dau

JOÄO I also had an illegitimate son

JOÃO I also had sons & 2 illegitimate daughters by his mistress INEZ PEREZ dau of PEDRO ESTERES

         AFFONSO, created Duke of Braganza 1442,  XE "BRAGANÇON" d 1461, m BEATRICE, dau of NUÑO ALVARAEZ

         PEREIRA, Count of Ourem

         ISABEL of Braganza, m Dom JOÄO (see above)

              Beatrice, d 1439, 1stly m Thomas FitzAlan, Earl of Arundel & 2ndly m John Holland, Duke of Exeter 

             AGNES D’OLYVERE, d 30.5.1418, m THOMAS SALEMAN

 

DUARTE I (EDUARDO), King of Portugal (1433-8), m ELEANOR, dau of FERNANDO I of Aragón (see under Aragón for ancestors)

                Afonso V“the African”, King of Portugal (1438-81), m Isabel dau of Pedro of Coïmbra

                                Joäo II“the Perfect Prince”, King (1481-95)

                Don Pedro, elected Regent of Portugal (1440-49)

                Joanna, m as 2nd wife of Enrique IV, King of Spain (1454-74)

                FERNANDO

 

FERNANDO of Viseu, d 1470, m BÉATRIZ of Beja

                MANUEL I

 

MANUEL I,  King of Portugal (1495-1521), 1stly m Isabel of Spain and 2ndly m MARIA dau of Queen ISABEL I of  Aragón

                Joäo III, King of Portugal (1521-57)

                ISABEL, m CARLOS I, King of Spain (1516-56) - see under Spain for descendants

                Henrique, Cardinal King of Portugal (1578-80 when throne assumed by PHILIP II, King of Spain)

                DUARTE

 

DUARTE, d 1540, m ISABEL (d 1576) of Braganza

                CATARINA, d 1614, m JOÃO of Braganza, d 1583

                                TEODOSIO, d 1630, m ANNA, d 1607, dau of JUAN of Velasquéz

                                                JOÄO IV

 

JOÄO IV, King of Portugal and Brazil (1640-56), m LUISA dau of JUAN GUZMÁN of Medina

                Catarina, m King CHARLES II of Britain

                Afonso VI, King of Portugal (1656-67 when deposed), d 1683

                PEDRO II, King of Portugal (1683-1706), m MARIA SOFIA, dau of PHILIPP WILHELM of Neuberg

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MANUEL I “the Fortunate”, King of Portugal (1495-1521)

                JOÄO (JOHN) III, King of Portugal (1521-57)

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ENRICO, Conde de Portugal, m TERESA of Castile

                TERESA, m SANCHO NUNEZ de Barbosa, Conde de Celanova (see under Celanova for descendants)

                URRACA, m BERMUDO PEREZ de Trastámara (see under Trastámara for descendants)

 

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