pages 610-9 in ANCIENT ANCESTORS

CONSTANTINE I, King of the Scots (862-76 when killed)

                DONALD II

 

DONALD II, King of the Scots (889-900)

                MALCOLM I

MALCOLM I, King of the Scots (943-54 when poisoned)

                Duff, King of the Scots  (962-7), and his descendants included King Kenneth III (997-1005), Gruoch who m Macbeth of Moray, King (1040-57), and King Lulach (1057-8)

                KENNETH II

 

KENNETH II, King of the Scots (971-95 when killed by his own men)

                MALCOLM II

                Dau, m Findleach, m Mormaer of Moray

                                Macbeth of Moray, King, killed 1057 in Aberdeenshire, m Gruoch, widowed mother of Lulach

 

MALCOLM II, King of Strathclyde (990-5), King of the Scots (1005-1034 when murdered at Glamis), had killed and succeeded King Kenneth III

                BETHOC, his heiress m ca 1000 CRINÁN “the Thane

                ANLETA, m SIGURD II “the Stout”, Earl of Orkney (see under Orkney for descendants)

               

CRINÁN, Abbot of Dunkeld, Mormaer of Atholl, Steward of the Western Isles and son of DUNCAN, Mormaer of Atholl m BETHOC, (see above). CRINAN was killed in battle with Macbeth trying to avenge the murder of his son DUNCAN I

                DUNCAN I

                MALDRED, Lord of Allerdale (see under FitzMaldred for descendants)

                dau 1

 

DUNCAN I “the Gracious”, King of Strathclyde (1018-34), King of Scotland (1034-40 when murdered near Elgin by Macbeth of Moray (see above)), succeeded his grandfather King MALCOLM II, b ca 1001, m SIBYLLA, sister of SYWARD, Earl of Northumbria and dau of BJORN BEARSSON (see under Northumbria for ancestors)

                MALCOLM III

                King Donald III Bane (1093-1097), temporarily deposed in 1094 by King DUNCAN II  (see below)

                Molmare, Earl of Athollxe "ATHOLL - Earls (See under Monthermer, Strabolgi & Scotland, Kings)"

 

MALCOLM III “Canmore” (Big Head or Chief), King of the Scots  (1058-1093), b ca 1031, killed at Siege of Alnwick 1093, obtained throne after deaths of Macbeth (1040-1057) and Lulach “the Fool” (1057-1058), m 1stly INGIBJORG, widow of THORFINN II, Earl of Caithness and Jarl of Orkney, and dau of FINN ARNESSON of Vrjar, Jarl of Halland by his wife BERGLJOT, dau of HALFDAN SIGURDSSON (see under Norway for ancestors)

                 King DUNCAN II (see below)

                Malcolm

                Donald dvp

MALCOLM 2ndly m St. MARGARET (b in Hungary ca 1045, d 1093), elder dau of EDWARD ATHELING, (son of King EDMUND II “Ironside) by his wife AGATHA, niece of HEINRICH II “the Wrangler”, Emperor of Germany (see under Germany for ancestors).

                Edward, d 1093

                Edmund, became a monk

                Edgar II, King of the Scots (1097-1107)

                Alexander I, King of the Scots (1107-1124), m Sibylla, illeg dau of HENRY I

                St. DAVID I, King of the Scots (1124-1153)

                EDITH (EADGYTH), d 1118, later called MATILDA, m and jointly  crowned with King HENRY I of England (see under Kings of England, Kings, for descendants)

                MARY, d 1116, m EUSTACE III, Count of Boulogne. They had one son dvp and a daughter

                                MATILDA who m King STEPHEN I of England (see under England, Kings, for descendants)

MALCOLM III also had a son, mother unknown

                EDELRAD, Earl of Fife and Abbot of Dunkeld (see under Abernethy for descendants)

 

King DAVID I “the Saint”, King of the Scots (1124-1153), b 1084, jure uxoris Earl of Huntingdon, Earl of Cambridge, m 1113/4 MATILDA (MAUD), widow of SIMON de St. LIZ, dau and heiress of WALTHEOF, Earl of Northampton and Huntingdon by his wife JUDITH (dau of LAMBERT, Count of Lens, by his wife ADELAIDE, sister of WILLIAM the Conqueror)

                Malcolm dvp

                Margaret (Maud), (grandmother of John Baliol, King of Scotland), m as 2nd wife of ALAN, Laird of Galloway

                HENRY, Earl of Huntingdon upon his father’s accession to the throne

                ISABEL, m ROBERT de BRUS, Lord of Annandale, “the Competitor”, unsuccessful claimant in 1290 to the throne, d 1294, ancestors of ROBERT the Bruce, King of Scotland

                     (see under Brus for descendants)

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HENRY, Earl of Huntingdon (on his father’s resignation in 1136), b ca 1115, d 1152, m in 1139 ADA (Adelaide), dau of WILLIAM de WARENNE II, 2nd Earl of Surrey and Warenne (see under Warrenne for ancestors) by his wife ISABELLA, dau of HUGUES “the Great”, Comte de Vermandois.

                Malcolm IV “the Maiden”, King of the Scots (1153-65), succeeded his grandfather

                WILLIAM I “the Lion”, succeeded his brother

                DAVID, Earl of Huntingdon (see below)

                MARGARET of SCOTLAND, m 1stly CONAN IV, Duc de Bretagne (see under  Brittany for descendants). She m 2ndly HUMPHREY de BOHUN, Earl of Hereford (see under

                     Bohun for descendants)

                ADA, m FLORENZ III, Count of Holland (see under Holland for descendants)

                MARJORIE, m WILLIAM de LINDSAY (see under Lindsay for descendants)

 

WILLIAM I “the Lion”, King of the Scots (1165-1214), 1143. d 1214, m ERMENGARDE, dau of RICHARD, Viscount de Beaumont by his wife CATHERINE, a natural dau of HENRY I, King of England.

                ALEXANDER II

                Margaret, m as 2nd wife HUBERT de BURGH, 1st Earl of Kent

                Isabella, m as 2nd wife of ROGER le BIGOD, 2nd Earl of Norfolk

                Marjorie, m Gilbert Marshall, 4th Earl of Pembroke

A natural dau ISABEL m ROBERT de ROS (see under Ros for descendants)

Another natural dau MARGARET m EUSTACE de VESCI (see under Vesci for descendants)

 

ALEXANDER II, King of the Scots (1214-49), 1stly m JOAN, sister of HENRY III and dau of King JOHN

                ALEXANDER III

ALEXANDER 2ndly m Marie, dau of Enguerand III, Baron de Courcy, and she 2ndly m Jean de Brienne

 

ALEXANDER III, King of the Scots (1249-86), m in 1251 MARGARET, dau of HENRY III, King of England

                Son 1 d 1283/4

                Son 2 d 1281

                Margaret, d 1283, m King Eric II Magnusson of Norway and had dau Margaret, “the Maid of Norway”, Queen of the Scots (1286-90 when she drowned )

ALEXANDER 2ndly m Yolande de Dreux

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DAVID, Earl of Huntingdon and Cambridge (see above), m MAUD, dau of HUGH KEVELIOCK, Earl of Chester (see under Meschines for ancestors)

                Margaret (Maud), m ALAN, Lord of Galloway

                ISABELLA, m ROBERT de BRUSthe Competitor”, unsuccessful claimant to the throne in 1290 who d 1294 (see under Brus for ancestors)

                Ada m Henry de John Hastings

           Henry, Baron Hastings

                  John Hastings, a claimant to the Scottish throne

               John le Scot, Earl of Huntingdon, Cambridge and Chester, dsp, m HELEN, dau of LLEWELLYN FAWR, Prince of Gwynedd. She 2ndly m ROBERT de QUINCY 

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ROBERT BRUCE, Earl of Carrick (see under Brus for ancestors) d 1304, m MARGARET, Countess of Carrick and widow of Adam de Kilconath

                ROBERT BRUCE

                Edward, led expedition to Ireland

                Egidia, m James Lindsay of Crawford

 

ROBERT “the Bruce”, jure uxoris Earl of Carrick and Lord of Annandale, b 11.7.1274, d 1329, crowned King of the Scots (1306-1329) at Scone 1306. He 1stly m ISABELLA, dau of DONALD, Earl of Mar XE "CARRICK - Earls (See also under Brus, Butler & Kilconath)"  (see under Mar for ancestors)

                MARJORY, d 1216, m WALTER the 6th High Steward (see under Stuart, Lords Darnley, for descendants)

                AGATHA m RALPH TALEBOIS (see under Tailebois for descendants)

ROBERT 2ndly m Elizabeth, dau of Richard de Burgh, 3rd Earl of Ulster

            David II, King of the Scots (1329-71), 1stly m Joan “Makepeace”, dau of King EDWARD II; he 2ndly m Margaret, dau of Sir Malcolm Drummond and widow of Sir John Logie 

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DUNCAN II, King of the Scots (May-Nov 1094 when killed), son of King MALCOLM III (see above), b ca 1060,  temporarily deposed his uncle King Donald Bane. m ca 1090 AETHELREDA, dau of GOSPATRICK, 1st Earl of Dunbar, son of MALDRED (see below) son of BETHOC, son of King MALCOLM II

                WILLIAM, Earl of Moray, Lord of Skypton and Craven

 

WILLIAM, Earl of Moray, Lord of Skypton and Craven, d 1154, m 1stly Gruaidh, dau of Mormaer of Moray by his wife (dau of Lulach, King of Scots)

                DONALD MacWILLIAM, had son RANULPH (see under Isles, Lords, for descendants)

                Gospatrick MacWilliam

WILLIAM 2ndly m ca 1138 ALICE, dau of ROBERT de ROMILLY (see under Romilly for ancestors)

                William, Lord of Egremont

                Cecily, m William le Gros, 3rd Comte d’Aumâle

                ANNABELL, m REGINALD de LUCIE (see under Lucy for descendants)

                Alice, m 1stly Gilbert Pippard, Sheriff of Glos & Herefordshire; and 2ndly m Robert de Courtenay

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ROBERT II, King of the Scots (1371-90), founder of the Stuart dynasty, grandson of ROBERT “the Bruce” (see under Brus for ancestors), 1stly m ELIZABETH MURE

                MARGARET, m IAIN MACDONALD, Laird of the Isles, (see under Isles, Lairds of, for descendants)

                ROBERT III

                Walter Stuart, Earl of Fife, d 1362, m Isabel MacDuff, Countess of Fife

                ALEXANDER STEWART, “the Wolf of Badenoch”,  4th Earl of Buchan, d 1394 XE "BUCHAN - Earls (See also under Beaumont, Comyn & Stewart)"

                                ALEXANDER STEWART, an illegitimate son, m ISABEL DOUGLAS, Countess of Mar & Garioch (see under Mar for descendants) and had 7 children by Margaret

                                     Atheyn 

                                JEAN, 1stly m Sir John Keith; she 2ndly m Sir JOHN LYON of Glamis (see under Glamis for descendants); she 3rdly m Sir James Sandilands of Calder "

          ISABELLA, 1stly m JAMES, 2nd Earl of Douglas (see under Douglas, Earls, for descendants); she 2ndly m David Edmonston of Duntreath

                                Katherine, m Sir Robert Logan of Restalrig

                                ELIZABETH, m THOMAS HAY, 3rd Great Constable of Scotland (see under Hay for descendants)

ROBERT II 2ndly m EUPHEMIA, dau of  HUGH LESLIE, 6th Earl of Rothes (see under Rothes – Earls for ancestors)

                ROBERT STUART, 1st Duke of Albany, b 1341, d 1420 XE "Albany - Dukes" , Regent 1390-1420, m MARGARET (MARY) GRAHAM, Countess of  Monteith  (see under

                     Graham for ancestors)

                                Murdoch, 2nd Duke of Albany

                                John, Earl of Buchan

                DAVID STUART, Earl of Caithness, m LINDSAY, dau of Sir ALEXANDER LINDSAY of Glenesk (see under Lindsay, Earls of Crawford, for ancestors) 

                                EUPHEMIA, m 1stly Sir PATRICK GRAHAM of Kilpoint; she 2ndly m Sir PATRICK DUNBAR of Biele 

                Walter, Earl of Atholl & Caithness, m 1stly Margaret Barclay; he 2ndly m Elizabeth Graham

                Margaret

                ELIZABETH (CATHERINE), m DAVID LINDSAY, 1st Earl of CRAWFORD (see under Lindsay for descendants)

                Egida, m William Douglas, Laird of Galloway & Nithsdale

 

ROBERT III, King of the Scots (1390-1406), physically disabled,  m ANNABELLA, dau of Sir JOHN DRUMMOND

                Elizabeth, m James Douglas, 1st Laird of Dalkeith

                Margaret, m Archibald “Tyneman”, 4th Earl of Douglas

                David, Duke of Rothesay, d 1402, m Marjory Douglas

                Robert, d young

                MARY (MARGARET), m 1stly GEORGE DOUGLAS, 1st  Earl of Angus (see under Douglas, Earls of Angus for descendants); she 2ndly m JAMES KENNEDY of Dunure; she

                     3rdly m Sir WILLIAM CUNNINGHAME; she 4thly m William, 1st Lord Graham of Kincardine; and she 5thly m William Edmonstone of Duntreath

                Egidia

                JAMES I

                John Stuart of Blackhall & Ardgowan

 

JAMES I, “of the Fiery Face” King of the Scots (1406-37), m in 1424 JOAN (JANE), dau of XE "BEAUFORT - Dukes, Earls of Somerset (See also under England, Kings)"  JOHN BEAUFORT, KG, Earl of Somerset, son of JOHN of Gaunt (see under England, Kings, for ancestors). She 2ndly m Sir JAMES STEWART “the Black Knight of Lorne”  (see under Buchan, Earls, for descendants) 

                Margaret, b 1424, m as 1st wife of LOUIS XI de Valois, King of France

                Isabella, m Francis I de Dreux, Duke of Brittany

                Eleanor, m Sigismund of Habsburg, Duke of Austria-Tyrol

                Joan “the Dumb Lady”, 1stly m James Douglas, 3rd Earl of Angus; she 2ndly m James Douglas, 1st  Earl of Morton 

                Alexander, Duke of Rothesay (a twin), stillbirth 1430

                JAMES II (a twin)

                JOHN    (a twin of JAMES II), Earl of Atholl, m 2ndly ELEANOR, dau of WILLIAM SINCLAIR, 1st Earl of Caithness (see under Sinclair for ancestors)

           ELIZABETH, m JOHN STUART, Lord Darnley (see under Stuart for descendants)

                Mary, m Wolfeart van Borsselen, Count of Grand Pré, Lord of Campvere, Zeeland

                Annabella, 1stly GEORGE GORDON, 2nd Earl of Huntley; she 2ndly m Louis, Comte de Genève

 

JAMES II, King of the Scots (1437-60), m MARIE, dau of ARNOLD, Duke of Guelders (see under Guelders for ancestors)

                Stillbirth 1450

                MARY, b 1451, 1stly m THOMAS, Lord Boyd, created 1st Earl of Arran

                                JAMES, 2nd Lord Boyd

                                MARGARET (Grizelda), m 1stly Alexander, 4th Lord Forbes; she 2ndly m DAVID KENNEDY, 1st Earl of Cassilis (see under Kennedy for descendants) 

                  MARY 2ndly m JAMES, 1st Lord HAMILTON  (see under Hamilton for descendants)

                ELIZABETH, m MATTHEW STUART, Lord Darnley, Earl of Lennox (see under Stuart for descendants)

           James, Earl of Arran

                      James, Earl of Arran & Duke of Châtellerault

                JAMES III

                Margaret, abducted by & m William, 3rd Lord Crichton

                Alexander, 3rd Duke of Albany & Earl of March

           John, Duke of Albany, Regent after Battle of Flodden

                David, Earl of Moray

                John, Earl of Mar & Garioch, b 1459, d 1479

 

JAMES III, King of the Scots (1460-88 when eviscerated after making his confession to an assassin disguised as a priest, possibly his son JAMES IV), m MARGARET, dau of CHRISTIAN I, King of Denmark (see under Denmark, Kings, for ancestors)

                JAMES IV

                James Stewart, Marquess of Ormonde, Earl & later Duke of Ross, Earl of Edirdale, Archbishop of St. Andrews, d 1503/4 

                John, Earl of Mar

 

JAMES IV, King of the Scots (1488-1513 when killed at Flodden Fields), b 1473, m MARGARET, dau of King HENRY VII of England (see under England, Kings, for ancestors). She 2ndly m ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS, 7th Earl of Fife & Angus (see below)  

                James, Duke of Rothesay, b 1507, d 1508

                Dau, b & d 1508

                Arthur, Duke of Rothesay, b 1509, d 1510

                JAMES V, a twin

                Dau, b & d 1512, a twin

                Alexander, Duke of Ross, b 1514, d 1515

               

JAMES V, King of the Scots (1513-42), b 1512, m 1stly Madeleine, dau of King François of France. JAMES 2ndly m MARIE of Guise-Lorraine, d 1560, widow of Louis II, Duc de Longeville and dau of CLAUDE I de Lorraine, Duc de Guise (see under Guise for ancestors)

                James, Duke of Rothesay, b & d 1541, a twin

                Arthur, Duke of Rothesay, b & d 1541, a twin

                MARY

By Elizabeth Shaw JAMES V had

                James, Abbot of Kelso & Melrose, b 1529, d 1558

 

MARY STUART, Queen of the Scots, beheaded 8.2.1587, 1stly m Francis the Dauphin of France; she 2ndly  m HENRY STUART, Lord Darnley (murdered 1567), son of MATTHEW, Earl of LENNOX (see under Stuart, Lords Darnley, for ancestors) and his wife MARGARET, dau of ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS and MARGARET (see above) 

                JAMES VI, King of the Scots, later also JAMES I, King of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales (see under England, Kings, for descendants)

MARY 3rdly m James Hepburn, Earl of Bothwell

 

 

SCROPE - Barons

 

HENRY le SCROPE

                WILLIAM le SCROPE

                                WILLIAM II le SCROPE

 

WILLIAM II le SCROPE

                HENRY

                GEOFFREY (see later), ancestor of the Scropes of Masham

 

HENRY le SCROPE of Bolton, d 1336, Chief Justice of the King’s Bench, Chief Baron of the Exchequer, m MARGARET, dau of WILLIAM, 2nd Baron ROS (see under Ros for ancestors)

                William, d 1344

                Stephen, dsp

                RICHARD

 

RICHARD, 1st Baron Scrope of Bolton, d 1403, m BLANCHE, dau of Sir WILLIAM de la POLE (see under La Pole for ancestors)

                William, K.G., beheaded 1399 dvp, created Earl of Wiltshire 1398, bought Isle of Man and its crown from William de Montagu, 2nd Earl of Salisbury

                ROGER

                STEPHEN, m MILICENT, dau of ROBERT, 3rd Baron TIBETOT (TIPTOFT) (see under Tibetot for ancestors), ancestors of the Scropes of Castle Combe 

 

ROGER, 2nd Baron Scrope of Bolton, d 1403, m MARGARET, dau of ROBERT, 3rd Baron TIBETOT (TIPTOFT) (see under Tibetot for ancestors)

                RICHARD

 

RICHARD, 3rd Baron Scrope of Bolton, d 1420, m MARGARET, dau of RALPH NEVILLE, 1st Earl of Westmoreland (see under Neville for ancestors). She 2ndly m William Cressener

                HENRY

                Richard, Bishop of Carlisle, d 1468

 

HENRY, 4th Baron Scrope of Bolton, d 1459, m ELIZABETH, dau of JOHN, Baron Scrope of Masham (see below)

                John, 5th Baron Scrope of Bolton, d 1498

                Richard

                Ralph

                Robert

                Agnes

                Elizabeth

                Margaret

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GEOFFREY le SCROPE, d ca 1340, son of WILLIAM II le SCROPE (see above), became like his brother Chief Justice of the King’s Bench, m IVETTA, widow of Sir John Uffete and dau of WILLIAM ROS of Ingmanthorpe 

                HENRY

                John

                William, dsp 1367 in Spain, m Maud, dau of JOHN, 3rd Baron NEVILLE of Raby 

                Thomas, dvp

                Stephen, m Isabella

                                Joan, m 1stly William de Pert; she 2ndly m Sir Roger Swyllington

                Beatrix, m Andrew Luttrell

                Constance, m her brother-in-law Geoffrey Luttrell

                Ivetta, m John de Hotham

 

HENRY, d 1391, summoned to Parliament 1391 as Baron Scope (of Masham), m JOANE, dau of THOMAS HOLLAND, 2nd Earl of Kent and widow of EDMUND, Duke of York and also of 2nd Baron Willoughby

                Geoffrey, dvsp 1362, m Eleanor, dau of  RALPH, 2nd Lord NEVILLE (se under Neville for ancestors)

                STEPHEN

                Richard, Archbishop of York, beheaded 1405

                Henry

                John, m Elizabeth, widow of Sir Thomas Percy and dau & heir of David Strabolgi, Earl of Atholl 

                JOAN, m HENRY, 3rd Baron FITZHUGH of Ravensworth (see under FitzHugh for descendants)

                Isabel, m Sir Robert Plumpton

 

STEPHEN, 2nd Baron Scrope of Masham, d 1406, m MARGARET, dau of JOHN, 5th Baron WELLES (see under Welles for ancestors)and widow of John de Huntingfield

                Henry, 3rd Baron, dsp, 1stly m Phillipa, dau of Sir Guy de Brien; he 2ndly m JOANE, dau of THOMAS de HOLLAND, 2nd Earl of Kent (see under Holland for ancestors) and widow

                     1stly of EDMUND “of Langley”, created Earl of Cambridge and Duke of York and 2ndly widow of William, 5th Baron Willoughby de Eresby. She 4thly m Henry Bromflete, Baron

                     Vescy

                JOHN

                Stephen, Archdeacon of Richmond, d 1424

                William, d 1463

 

JOHN, 4th Baron Scrope of Masham and Upsal, d 1455, m ELIZABETH, dau of Sir THOMAS CHAWORTH by his wife NICOLA, dau and heir of Sir GÉRARD BRAYBROOKE

                Henry, dvsp

                John, dsp

                THOMAS

                ELEANOR (ALIANORE), m 1stly RICHARD, son and heir of Sir JOHN D’ARCY (see under D’Arcy for descendants)

ELIZABETH, m HENRY, Lord Scrope of Bolton (see above)

 

THOMAS, 5th Baron Scrope of Masham and Upsall, m ISABEL, dau and co-heir Sir EDMUND INGALDESTHORPE of Borough Green, Cambs, East Rainham and Somerton. She 2ndly m JOHN NEVILLE, Lord Montagu, Earl of Northumberland, Marquess of Montagu (see under Neville for descendants); and she 3rdly m Sir William Norreys by whom she had more children

 

 

SEGRAVE - Barons

 

HEREWARD of Seagrave, Leics., a Saxon

                GILBERT

 

GILBERT de SEGRAVE, Lord of Segrave, Leics, d ca 1190

                STEPHEN de SEGRAVE

 

STEPHEN de SEGRAVE, d 1241, Constable of the Tower of London, Justiciar of England, m 1stly Rohese, dau of THOMAS le DESPENCER, He 2ndly m IDA, dau of WILLIAM de HASTINGS (see under Hastings for ancestors)

                GILBERT de SEGRAVE

 

GILBERT de SEGRAVE, d 1254, m ANNABIL (AMABIL), dau and co-heir of ROBERT de CHAUCUMBE. She 2ndly m ROGER de SOMERIE (see under Somerie for descendants)

                NICHOLAS de SEGRAVE

 

NICHOLAS de SEGRAVE, d 1295, 1st Baron Segrave 1264, led attack in Battle of Lewes, accompanied Prince EDWARD to the Holy Land, m MAUD de LUCY (see under de Lucy for ancestors)

                JOHN de SEGRAVE, 2nd Baron

                Nicholas Segrave of Barton

                Geoffrey, Sheriff of Leics.

                Peter

                Gilbert, Bishop of London (1313-16)

                Annabel, m John de Plessetis, son of Sir Hugh de Plessetis

                ELEANOR, m ALAN, Lord de la Zouche (see under la Zouche for descendants)

 

JOHN de SEGRAVE, 2nd Baron, d 1325, m in 1270 CHRISTINE, dau of Sir HUGH de PLESSETIS (see under Plessetis for ancestors)

                STEPHEN

 

STEPHEN de SEGRAVE, d 1345, m ALICE de ARUNDEL (see under FitzAlan for ancestors)

                JOHN de SEGRAVE, 3rd Baron

 

JOHN de SEGRAVE, 3rd Baron, d 1353, m Lady MARGARET PLANTAGENET, Duchess of Norfolk, (dau and eventually sole heir of THOMAS PLANTAGENET of Brotherton, Earl of Norfolk (see under Plantagenet for ancestors)

                ELIZABETH m JOHN de MOWBRAY, 4th Baron (see under Mowbray for descendants)

 

 

SÉGUR - Comtes

 

FOUCHER, Seigneur de Ségur, d ca 930, m CHRISTINE

                FOUCHER

 

FOUCHER, Comte de Ségur

                ADEMAR

 

ADEMAR, Comte de Ségur, m MELISSENDE

                EMMA, m GUI I, Vicomte de Limoges (see under Limoges for descendants)

 

 

SEMUR - Seigneurs & Comtes

 

GUILLAUME, Seigneur de Semur, alive 858-64

                FREELAN

 

FREELAN de Chamelet, Seigneur de Semur, Comte de Brionne

                JOCERAN, Comte de Brionne, d 992/4, m RICOARA

                                GEOFFROI

 

GEOFFROI, Seigneur de Semur, m dau of DALMACE I, Comte de Semur (see below) Vicomte de Brioude

                HELIE de Semur, m ROBERT I, Duc de Bourgogne (see under Burgundy for descendants)

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ARLEBAUD, Comte de Semur, d 956

                GEOFFROY I

 

GEOFFROY I, Comte de Semur, m MAUD (MATHILDE), dau of LAMBERT, Comte de Châlons, Vicomte de Dijon (see under Châlons and Dijon for ancestors)

                DALMACE I

                LAMBERT (see below)

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

 

DALMACE I, Comte de Semur, d 1032, m AREMBURGE, dau of GÉRARD, Seigneur de Vergy and ELIZABETH, dau of Lambert de Châlons (see under Châlons for ancestors) 

                ELLA (ERMENGARDE), m 1stly ROBERT I, Duc de Bourgogne (see under Burgundy for descendants); she 2ndly m PEDRO ANSÚREZ, Conde de Valladolid (see

                     under Valladolid for descendants)

                dau, m GEOFFROI, Seigneur de Semur (see above)

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LAMBERT (see above)

                EREMBOURG, m HUMBERT II, Comte de Salins (see under Salins for descendants)

 

 

SENLIS - Comtes (See under St. Liz)

 

 

SEPTIMANIA - Marquises

 

THEODORICUS the Jewish Duc de Toulouse (almost certainly the Jewish Prince MAHHIR sent by Caliph Haroun-al-Raschid following a request from CHARLEMAGNE) c 782, m ALDANE (AUDE), dau of CHARLES MARTEL (see under Carolingian dynasty for ancestors)

                St. GUILLAUME, Comte de Toulouse, d 844, 2nd m AUBERGE (see under Narbonne for descendants)

                BERNARD

 

BERNARD, Comte d’Autun, Marquis de Septimania, d 844, m in 824, DUODENE, dau of CHARLEMAGNE (see under Carolingian dynasty for ancestors) 

                ROSALINDA, m VULGRIN I, Comte d’Angoulême, son of ULRICH I, Count of Argengaux (see under Angoulême for descendants)

 

 

SERBIA - Counts & Emperors

 

STEPHANUS, a Greek priest

                HLIUBOMIR (ALOUBOMIR)

 

ALOUBOMIR (VULKAN), Zupan (Prince) of Raskan (1083-1100), Grand Zupan ca 1100

                UROSCH I

 

UROSCH I “Biyela”, Grand Zupan (Sovereign Duke) of Raskan (1113-40), m ANNE

                Urosch II, Prince of Serbia

                Belus

                DESA “Techomil”, Grand Zupan of Raskan  (Rascia) (1162-5 when deported by Byzantine Emperor)

                                STEFAN “Nemanya”

                                Stracimir

                                Miroslav

                                Dau, m Manuel I Ducas, Emperor in Thessalonica (1230-37)

                HELENA, m BELA II “the Blind” of Hungary (see under Hungary for descendants)

 

STEFAN “Nemanya”, Sovereign Duke (Grand Zupan) of Rascia (1167-96), First King of Serbia (1185-96), (St. Simeon), d a monk in 1200, m as 1st husband of EUDOCIA, dau of ALEXIUS ANGELUS III, (see above), Emperor of Byzantium (see under Angelus for ancestors)

                STEFAN I “Techomil” (St. Stephen)  

                Vukan, Emperor of Serbia

                St. Sava, his youngest son, d 1236

 

STEFAN I “Techomil”(the First-Crowned), King of Serbia (1196-1224), d a monk 1228, m ANNA, dau of RANIERO DANDALO (see under Venice for Ancestors)

                Stefan II Radoslav, King of Serbia (1224-34)

                Stefan Vladislav, King of Serbia (1234-43 when deposed), d 1237

                STEFAN UROSCH I, King of Serbia (1243-76 when deposed), d a monk 1277

                                STEFAN DRAGUTIN, King of Serbia, (1276-82 when deposed), ruled northern Serbia (1282-1316), d 1317, m KATALIN of Hungary 

                                ELISABETH Nemanya, m STEFAN II Kotraman, Ban of Bosnia (see under Bosnia for descendants)

                STEFAN MILUTIN

                Predislav

 

STEFAN MILUTIN (UROSCH II), King of Serbia (1282-1321), m SIMONIS, dau of ANDRONICUS II PALAEOLOGUS (see under Byzantium for for ancestors)

                STEFAN  (UROSCH III),  an illegitimate son

STEFAN MILUTIN 2ndly m a dau of JOHN I DUCAS, Sebastrocrator in Thessalonica

 

STEFAN (UROSCH III) “Decanski”, King of Serbia (1321-31 when deposed and died), 2ndly m Theodora, dau of Symeon of Bulgaria

                STEFAN (UROSCH IV) DUSHAN

                Dau, m Iovan Comnenus Asên of Bulgaria

STEFAN 3rdly m MARIA, dau of JOHN PALAEOLOGUS (see under Byzantium, Palaeologus dynasty for ancestors)

                SINISA (SYMEON) UROSCH PALAEOLOGUS, Despot of Thessalonica, d 1371, m THOMAIS, dau of JOHN II ORSINI (see under Cephalonia for ancestors) 

          Iovan Urosch, Emperor in Thessaly (1372-??), became monk Joasaph, d 1423

          Stefan, Lord of Pharsalos

          MARIA ANGELINA, 1stly m Thomas Preljubovic and 2ndly m ESAU BUONDELMONTI, Despot in Ioannina

STEFAN (UROSCH III) also had another son, apparently illegitimate

                STEFAN, who connived in father’s murder

 

STEFAN (UROSCH IV) known as DUSHAN, King (1331 and founder of Greater Serbia, Emperor of Serbia (1345-55), m HELENA dau of MICHAEL III SISMAN, Tsar of Bulgaria

                Stefan Urosch V, Emperor (1355-71), deposed by Vukashin whose brother IOVAN Uglyesha ruled adjacent Macedonia

           Theodora, m ORHAN (see under Ottoman Empire)

           EIRENE, 1stly m GREGORY PRELJUB, Caesar in Thessaly (1348-56)

           HELENA, m GJIN BOUA SPATA, Despot in Acheloos and Arta

           THOMAS PRELJUBOVIC, Despot in Ionnina (1367-84), m MARIA ANGELINA, dau of SYMEON UROSCH of Bulgaria 

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LAZAR II, Prince of the northern Serbs, m HELENE, dau of THOMAS, Despot of Morea, son of MANUEL II, Emperor of Byzantium (see under Byzantium for ancestors) 

                LAZAR III HREBELJANOVICH

 

LAZAR III HREBELJANOVICH, Prince of the northern Serbs (1371 till killed at Battle of Kossovo 1389, m MILICZA, dau of Despot IOVAN UGLYESHA, Ruler of Macedonia (see above)  

                Stefan, Prince of the northern Serbs (1389-1402 when became Despot 1402-1427)

                DESPINA, m BEYEZID I

                                MEHMED (MUHAMMAD) I (see under Ottoman Empire for descendants)

                MARA GREBLYANOVA, d 1425, m VUK BRANKOVIC, Despot of Pristina, d 1429, son of Despot BRANKO IEKPAL

                                GEORGE

 

GEORGE BRANKOVIC, Despot of Serbia (1427-56) and Lord of Albania, killed aet 90 in duel, m IRENE COMNENUS

                Lazar, Despot of Serbia (1456-58)

                                Dau, m Stefan Tomasevic, Despot of Serbia (1459 when deposed), d 1463

                STEFAN

 

STEFAN BRANKOVIC “the Blind”, Despot of Serbia (1458-59) blinded 1437 at Ottoman court, d 1477, m ANGELINA AARIANITI (ancestors of Queen Mary, wife of King George V of Great Britain)

 

 

SETON - Barons

 

Philip de Seton, m Alicia, dau of WALDEVE, 5th Earl of Dunbar (d 1192)

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Thomas Seton (hanged & drawn for treason), m as 2nd husband CHRISTIANA, dau of Sir ROBERT de BRUS, Lord of Annandale and jure uxoris Earl of Carrick (d 1304)  

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JOHN SETON

                WILLIAM

                CHRISTIANA, 1stly m George, 11th Earl of Dunbar and March, Warden of the Marches (d 1420); she 2ndly m NORMAN LESLIE of Rothes (see under Rothes for descendants)  

 

WILLIAM SETON, killed at Verneuil 1424

                GEORGE

                CATHERINE, 1stly m HERBERT, Lord MAXWELL (see under Maxwell for descendants); she 2ndly m ALAN STUART, Lord Darnley (d 1439) - see under Stuart for descendants

 

GEORGE SETON, d 1478, created Baron SETON 1448, m 1stly MARGARET, dau and heiress of  JOHN STEWART, Earl of Buchan, Constable of France amd also killed at Verneuil (see under Stewart for ancestors)

                JOHN

GEORGE 2ndly m Christian Murray of Tullybardine

                Christian, m Hugh Douglas of Corehead

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