pages 690-9 in ANCIENT ANCESTORS

 

ADÉLE de Vermandois 2ndly m HUGUES “Le Maisné” (often wrongly labelled Magnus) de Crepi, went of 1st Crusade,  jure uxoris became Comte de Vermandois, son of HENRI I of France (see under France, Kings for ancestors) and ANNE of Kiev

                ISABEL (Elizabeth) de Vermandois, m 1stly ROBERT de BEAUMONT, Comte de Meulan and Earl of Leicester (see under Beaumont for descendants). She m 2ndly in 1118

                     WILLIAM de WARRENNE (see under Warrenne for descendants)

                AGNES, m as 3rd wife of BONIFACIO, Marchese di Saluzzo

                MATILDE, m in 1090 as 2nd wife of RAOUL I, Seigneur de Beaugency (see under Beaugency for descendants)

                Raoul, Comte de Vermandois, m 2ndly Petronilla (see under Aquitaine for ancestors)

 

 

VERNON

 

WILLIAM de VERNON, dead by 1174, son of RICHARD de REVIERS, Earl of Devon (see under Reviers for ancestors) m LUCY de Tancarville, Dame de St. Floxel (d ca 1164) see under Tankerville for ancestors

                MAUD, m RICHARD de la HAYE, d 1186 (see under la Haye for descendants)

                RICHARD de VERNON I, living 1196 at Haddon Hall, m dau of WILLIAM AVENEL  

                                RICHARD de VERNON II, m ELIZABETH

                                                RICHARD de VERNON III, m MARGARET de VIPONT

                                                                RICHARD de VERNON IV, m JULIANA, dau of WILLIAM de VESCI

                                                                                RICHARD de VERNON V, m MATILDA, dau of WILLIAM CAMVILLE

                                                                                                WILLIAM

                Baldwin

 

WILLIAM de VERNON, b 1312, d 1377, m MARGARET, dau of ROBERT, Lord STAFFORD

                RICHARD de VERNON VI, m JULIANA, dau of ROBERT de PEMBRIGGE

                                RICHARD de VERNON VII, b 1370, d 1401, m JOAN, dau of ROBERT STACKPOLE

                                                RICHARD de VERNON VIII, m BENEDICTA, dau of Sir JOHN LUDLOW, Speaker of Parliament 1426

                                             WILLIAM de VERNON, b 1416, d 1464, Constable of England, m MARGARET, dau of Sir WILLIAM SWYNBERN (sic)

                                                       HENRY

 

HENRY de VERNON, KB, PC, b 1445, d 1515, m Lady ANNE TALBOT, dau of 2nd Earl of Shrewsbury

                RICHARD de VERNON, d 1517, m MARGARET, dau of Sir ROBERT DYMOKE

                                GEORGE de VERNON “King of the Peak”, d 1567, m MARGARET, dau of Sir GEORGE TALLBOYS

   DOROTHY VERNON, m JOHN MANNERS, 2nd son of THOMAS MANNERS, Lord ROS, created Earl of Rutland & d 1543 

 

 

VESCI - Barons

 

RANULF “the Moneyer in 1035 bought a mill from the Abbot of Mont St. Michael

                Osbern, dsp

                RICHARD

                Waleran

                Conan

 

RICHARD

                JEAN

 

JEAN, Comte de Comyn and Baron de Tonsburgh (also ancestor of the Comyn, Earls of Buchan family)

                HARLOWEN (HERLUIN) de BURGO (see under Burgh for descendants)

                EUSTACE de BURGO

 

EUSTACE de BURGO, Baron of Tonsburgh in Normandy

                Serlo, dsp

                JOHN “Monoculus” (so called because he had only one eye)

 

JOHN “Monoculus, in 1086 was tenant-in-chief in Norfolk, including Saxlingham

                PAYNE

                Cecily, m 1stly Roger of Gloucester, 2nd Earl of Hereford; she 2ndly m William of Poitou; she 3rdly m Walter de Mayenne

                EUSTACE (see below)

                William

 

PAYNE (Paganus) FitzJohn, b bef 1100, justice with MILO of Gloucester, killed by a javelin in 1137, m SIBYL, dau of GEOFFREY TALBOT or possibly of HUGH de LACI (see under Talbot and Lacy for alternative ancestors)

                AGNES, m 1stly WARINE de MUNCHENSI (see under Munchensi for descendants; she 2ndly m Haldenald de Bidun

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EUSTACE FITZJOHN (see above), b bef 1100, heir of his uncle Serlo, intimate friend of King HENRY I, m 1stly AGNES, eldest dau of WILLIAM FITZNIGEL, Baron of Halton and Constable of Chester

                RICHARD (ROBERT) FITZEUSTACE

EUSTACE 2ndly m BEATRICE, only dau and heiress of YVO de VESCI (see below), Lord of Alnwick, Northumberland, and of Malton in Yorks.

                WILLIAM FITZEUSTACE de VESCI

                Geoffrey

 

RICHARD (ROBERT) FITZEUSTACE, Baron of Halton, m as 1st husband of AUBREYE (ALBREDA), dau and heir of ROBERT de LISOURS (see under Lisours for ancestors) 

                JOHN

                Robert the hospitaller of St. John of Jerusalem in England

                ROGER FITZRICHARD of Warkworth (see under Warkworth for descendants)

 

JOHN, Constable of Chester, d 1190, m ALICE

                ROGER, took the name of LACY (see under Lacy for descendants)

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(Note: Robert de Vesci (possibly a brother of YVO), Lord of Badebrock, Northants, also fought at Hastings) XE "Badebrock - Lords of"

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YVO de VESCI, fought at Hastings. WILLIAM I the Conqueror bestowed on him in marriage ALDA, only dau and heiress of WILLIAM TYSON, Lord of Alnwick, (see under Tyson for ancestors)

                BEATRICE de VESCI, only dau and heir, m EUSTACE FITZ-JOHN (see immediately above) and d in giving birth to WILLIAM (FITZEUSTACE) de VESCI

 

WILLIAM FITZEUSTACE de VESCI, Sheriff of Northumberland, assumed the surname upon inheriting the great estates of his mother’s family, d 1184, m BURGA, sister of Robert de Estouteville, Lord of Knaresborough and dau of ROBERT de STUTEVILLE by wife HELEWISE (see under Estouteville for ancestors)

                EUSTACE, his successor

                Warine, Lord of Knapton

 

EUSTACE de VESCI, b 1167/71, slain by an arrow 1216, m a beautiful wife MARGARET, natural dau of WILLIAM “the Lion”, King of Scotland by dau of ADAM de HYTHUS. Kept her from the court until King JOHN tricked her into coming. Her husband happened to meet her on the way and substituted another woman who King JOHN then seduced thinking she was MARGARET and then he boasted about it. This incident helped to start the rebellion of the Barons against JOHN, leading to the Magna Carta at which EUSTACE was one of the 25 Baronial witnesses.  

                WILLIAM de VESCI

 

WILLIAM de VESCI, m 1stly Isabel dau of WILLIAM (FitzPatrick) LONGSÉPÉE, Earl of Salisbury but they had no children; he then m 2ndly AGNES 1st dau of WILLIAM de FERRERS, Earl of Derby (see under Ferrers for ancestors) by his wife SIBYL, 3rd dau of WILLIAM MARSHAL, Earl of Pembroke.

                ISABEL (HELWISE) de VESCI, m WILLIAM de WELLES (see under Welles for descendants)

                John, one of HENRY III’s chief commanders m twice but dsp

                WILLIAM

 

WILLIAM de VESCI, succeeded his brother, one of the competitors for the crown of Scotland through his grandmother MARGARET. He m ISABEL, dau of ADAM de PERITON and widow of ROBERT de WELLES

                JULIANA, m RICHARD de VERNON (see under Vernon for descendants)

 

 

VESTFOLD - Jarls

 

Note: the titles of Jarl and King had similar connotations

 

INGIALD “Evil Heart”, last Peace-King of Uppsala

                OLAF

 

OLAF I “Tree Shaver”, King of Vermaland (in Norway),d 710, m SOLVA of Solisles

                HALFDAN I

 

HALFDAN I “White Leg”, King of the Uplanders, d 750, m ASA, dau of EYSTEIN of Throndheim (see under Throndheim for ancestors)

                EYESTEIN I

 

EYESTEIN I “the Fart”, King in Roumarike, d 780, m HILDA, dau of ERIC son of AGNAR, King in Vestfold

                HALFDAN II

                GEVA, m WITTIKIND, Duke of Westphalia (see under Westphalia for descendants)

 

HALFDAN II “the Stingy”, King in Vestfold, d 800, m LIFA, dau of DAG of Vestmare

                GUDROD

                IVAR, ancestor of the Dukes of Normandy and Jarls of Orkney

 

GUDROD (GODFREY) “the Proud”, King in Vestfold and Roumarike, killed 810

                HALFDAN

                OLAF “Geirstadr-Alf”, King in Vestfold, ancestor of Kings of Dublin and Isle of Mann

 

HALFDAN III “the Black”, Jarl of Agdir and Vestfold, drowned 860, m RAGNHILD, dau of HAROLD GULDSKEG, Jarl of Sögne and SOLVAR, dau of HUNDOLF 

                HAROLD I of Norway (see under Norway for descendants)

 

 

VEXIN - Comtes

 

RAOUL I “de Cambrai”, Comte de Valois & Vexin, son of HEILWISE of Friuli (see under Friuli for ancestors) and HUCBALD, Count of Ostervant

                RAOUL

 

RAOUL de Gouy, Comte d’Ostervant, Amiens, Valois and Vexin, d 965, m HILDEGARDE dau of ERMENFROI, Comte d’Amiens

                GAUTHIER I

 

GAUTHIER I, Comte de Vexin, Valois & Amiens, d 987, m EVE dau of LANDRY, Comte de Dreux (see under Dreux for ancestors). He 2ndly m ADÉLE, dau of FULK I, Comte d’Anjou (see under Anjou for ancestors)

                GAUTHIER II

 

GAUTHIER II “the White”, Comte de Vexin, Valois & Amiens, d 1027, m ADELA dau of BERNARD, Comte de Senlis (see under St. Liz for ancestors)

                RAOUL II

                DREUX, Comte d’Amiens (see below), m as 1st husband of GODA dau of King ETHELRED II of England

                ADELA, m HUGUES I, Comte de Meulan (see under Meulan for descendants)

 

RAOUL II, Comte de Vexin, d 1040, m ADÉLE de Bréteuil (see under Bréteuil for ancestors)

                RAOUL III

                THIBAULT I de Crespy (see under Crespy for descendants)

                ALICE, m as 2nd wife of THIBAULT III, Comte de Blois et Champagne (see under Blois for descendants)

 

RAOUL III, “le Grand”, Comte de Vexin, Valois, de Crespy & Amiens, d 1074, m ADÉLE, heiress of Bar-sur-Aube (see under Bar-sur-Aube for ancestors)

                ADÉLE, m HERBERT IV, Comte de Vermandois (see under Vermandois for descendants)

                HAWISE, m ROGER MORTIMER (see under Mortimer for descendants)

                ALAIS, m BARTHOLOMEW de BROYE

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DREUX (see above), also known as DROGO, d in Palestine, m as 1st husband of GODA (GODGIFU) dau of King ETHELRED

                Walter III, Comte de Mantes, m Biota of Maine. Both poisoned in 1063 by direction of WILLIAM I

                HUGH IV, Comte de Maine (see under Maine for descendants)

                RALF “the Timid, made Earl of Hereford, d 1057, m GYTHA (see under Ewyas for descendants)

                Fulk, Bishop of Amiens (1030-58)

                ADÉLE, m ALBERIC de COUCY (see under Coucy for descendants)

 

Simon, Comte de Vexin, became a monk on his wedding night in 1077!

 

 

VIENNE - Vicomtes & Comtes

 

BOUIN, Count of Italy and Metz, (see under Metz for ancestors), alive 750

                BOSO II

                RICHARD, Duc de Bourgogne (see under Burgundy for descendants)

 

BOSO II, Comte de Vienne, King of Lower Burgundy, d 887, m TRUNGARD, dau of LOUIS II, Emperor of the West (see under Carolingian dynasty for ancestors)

                BOSO III

                WILLA de Vienne, Queen of Upper Burgundy, m RUDOLF I, King of Upper Burgundy (see under Burgundy for descendants)

                LOUIS III “Beronides (see below)

 

BOSO III, Conte de Torino, d bef 855

                HERBERT

 

HERBERT, Marquis of Transjuranian Burgundy, killed 864

                THIBAUD

 

THIBAUD, Comte d’Arles & Vienne, m BERTHA, dau of LOTHAIR II, King of Lorraine (see under Lorraine for ancestors)

                TEUTBERGE, m GARNIER, Vicomte de Sens (see under Perracy for ancestors)

 

GARNIER, Vicomte de Sens, killed 925, and TEUTBERGE (see above)

                HUGUES

 

HUGUES, Comte de Vienne, Count Palatine of Burgundy, b ca 900, d ca 948, m WILLA, dau of RICHARD, Duke of Burgundy (see under Burgundy for ancestors)

                UMBERTO

                THEUTBERGA, m ARTAUD II, Comte de Lyon & la Forez (see under Forez for descendants)

 

UMBERTO, d ca 976, m dau of AMADEO of Spoleto

                UMBERTO I, Conte d’Aosta and Comte de Maurienne (see under Savoie for descendants)

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BERLION, Vicomte de Vienne

                GAUSBERT, m GIRAUD I de la Tour (see under la Tour for descendants)

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LOUIS III “Beronides” (the Blind), King of Provence, Emperor of the West, blinded 905, d 928, m ANNA, dau of LEO VI, Emperor of the East

                CHARLES CONSTANTINE

 

CHARLES CONSTANTINE, Comte de Vienne, d ca 963, m TEUTBERGE of Troyes

                PATTON

                RICHARD, Prince of Provence

                                FREDEBURGE, m GUIGO III, Seigneur de Vion (see under Albon for descendants)

                CONSTANCE of Vienne, m ???

 

PATTON, Comte de Vienne

                GÉRARD

 

GÉRARD, Comte de Vienne, d 1184, m MAURETTE, dau of GAUTHIER III, Seigneur de Salins (see under Salins for ancestors)

                IDA, m 1stly HUMBERT II, Seigneur de Coligny (see under Coligny for descendants)

                BEATRICE, m as 3rd wife of HUMBERT III, Comte de Savoie (see under Savoie for descendants)

                STEPHANIE, m as 1st wife of GUILLAUME I, Comte de Bourgogne (see under Burgundy for descendants)

                ADÉLE, Comtesse de Vienne, m RUDOLPH de Mons (see under Mons for descendants)

 

 

VIENNOIS - Comtes

 

GUIGO, 1st Comte de Viennois, son of GUIGO VIII, Comte d’Albon (see under Albon for ancestors), m BEATRICE, dau of GUILLAUME III, Marquese di Montferrat (see under Montferrat for ancestors)

                BEATRICE, m 2ndly as 2nd wife of HUGUES III, Duc de Bourgogne (see under Burgundy for descendants); she 3rdly m HUGUES de Coligny (see under Coligny for descendants)

 

 

VILLEHARDOUIN

 

VILLAIN de Villehardouin, m DAMERON

                GEOFFREY

 

GEOFFREY de Villehardouin, the historian, d 1217, m dau of DREUX de Villemaur

                ERARD

 

ERARD de Villehardouin, d 1224, m as 2nd husband of MABEL

                GUILLAUME

 

GUILLAUME I de Villehardouin, d 1246, m MARGUERITE dau of GUILLAUME I de Mello (see under Mello for ancestors)

                dau m GEOFFROI de Cicon, and their dau m GUY de la ROCHE, Duc d’Athéne (see under La Roche for descendants)

                ISABELLE, m GAUTHIER V de Châtillon (see under Châtillon for descendants)

                GUILLAUME II

 

GUILLAUME II de Villehardouin, Prince of Achaia, d 1278, m ANNA, d 1284, dau of MICHAEL II DUCAS, Despot of Epiros -see under Epiros for ancestors. (ANNA 2ndly m NICHOLAS II de St. Omer, Prince of Thebes)

            Isabelle, 1stly m Philippe d’Anjou. She 2ndly m  Florent of Hainault and 3rdly m Philippe de Savoie 

 

 

VILLAMAYOR - Señores

 

GARCÍA, m TERESA de Villamayor

                FERNÁN GARCÍEZ

 

FERNÁN GARCÍEZ de Villamayor

                GARCÍA FERNANDEZ

 

GARCÍA FERNÁNDEZ de Villamayor, d 1108, m MAYOR PEREZ de Carrion

                MARÍA GARCÍA m MARTIN DÍAZ de Sandoval

 

MARTIN DÍAZ and MARÍA GARCÍA

                DIEGO MARTINEZ de Villamayor

 

DIEGO MARTINEZ de Villamayor, d 1176, m MARÍA PONCE de Minerva (see under Minerva for ancestors)

                MARÍA GARCÍA de Villamayor, m ORDÓÑO GARCÍEZ de Aza, Señor de Nájera

 

ORDÓÑO GARCÍEZ and MARÍA GARCÍA

                GARCÍA ORDÓÑEZ, Señor de Villamayor

 

GARCÍA ORDÓÑEZ, Señor de Villamayor, m MARÍA, dau of ERMENGAUD VII, Conde de Urgell (see under Urgell for ancestors)

                GONTRODE GARCÍA de Villamayor, m TELPEREZ, Señor de Meneses (see under Meneses for descendants)

 

 

VIPONT - Lords of Westmoreland

 

WILLIAM de VIEUXPONT (VITERIPONT), a companion of the Conqueror at Hastings

                ROBERT

 

ROBERT VIPONT (VESPONT)

                WILLIAM

 

WILLIAM VIPONT, d ca 1140

                WILLIAM

 

WILLIAM VIPONT, m MAUD dau of HUGH de MOREVILLE (see under Moreville for ancestors)

                ROBERT

                MARGARET, m RICHARD VERNON (see under Vernon for descendants)

 

ROBERT VIPONT, d 1227, m IDONEA BUSLI (see under Busli for ancestors)

                JOHN

 

JOHN VIPONT, d 1241, m SIBYL dau of WILLIAM FERRERS, 4th Earl of Derby (see under Ferrers for ancestors)

                ROBERT

 

ROBERT VIPONT (VESPONT), Lord and Hereditary Sheriff of Westmoreland, d 1264, m ISABEL dau of JOHN FITZGEOFFREY (see under FitzPiers, Earls of Essex for ancestors)

                ISABEL, Lady of Appleby & Brougham, b 1254m d 1291, m in 1269 ROGER CLIFFORD (see under Clifford for descendants)

                Idoine, Lady of Brough & Mallerstang, 1stly m Roger de Leyburne & 2ndly m John de Crumbwelle

 

 

VISCONTI  - Dukes of Milan

 

ERIPRAND, 1st Visconti di Milano, d 1065, m BEATRICE

                OTTO I

 

OTTO I VISCONTI, d 1111, m LUCRETIA, dau of HUGUES de STAMPA

                ADZON de VISCONTI

 

ADZON VISCONTI di Milano

                BEATRICE, m GUY de VALPERGE and their dau BEATRICE m GUILLAUME I, Comte de Genéve (see under Geneva for descendants)

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UBERTO, Visconte di Milano (1207)

                Ottone, Archbishop of Milan, d 1295

                OBIZZO (1215-58)

                                TEOBALDO, d 1276

                                                MATTEO I

                                                Uberto, d 1315

 

MATTEO I VISCONTI “the Great”, Captain of the People of Milan (1287-1302), Vicar Imperial of Lombardy, Signore di Milano (1313-22)

                Galleazo I Visconti, Signore di Milano (1322-27 when deposed), d 1328, m Beatrice d’Este

                                Azzone, Signore di Milano (1329-39)

                Lucchino Visconti, Signore di Milano, (1339-49), m Isabele di Fiesco

                Giovanni Visconti, Signore di Milano (1354-55) and Archbishop of Milan

                STEFANO

                Marco, d 1329

                Azzo, m Luigi II, Senator of Rome

 

STEFANO VISCONTI, d 1327, m VALENTINA DORIA, dau of BERNABO DORIA, Joint Captain of the People of Genoa (1306-9)

                Matteo II Visconti, d 1355 when assassinated by his two younger brothers

                GALEAZZO II

                BERNABÒ, d 1385, m BEATRIX, dau of MASTINO II della Scala, Lord of Verona

                                CATERINA, m her cousin GIAN GALEAZZO VISCONTI (see below)

                                DONNINA, m Sir JOHN HAWKWOOD (see under Hawkwood for descendants)

 

GALEAZZO II VISCONTI, Tyrant of Pavia, d 1376, m BIANCA of Savoie

                GIAN GALEAZZO

                VIRIDE, m LEOPOLD, Duke of Austria (see under Habsburg for descendants)

 

GIAN GALEAZZO VISCONTI, Tyrant of Pavia (1376-1402) Conte di Virtù, bought title Duke of Milan (1346-1402), m ISABELLA, dau of JEAN II, King of France (1350-64)

                VALENTINA, m LOUIS Duc d’Orléans, son of CHARLES V (see under France, Kings, for descendants)

GIAN GALEAZZO 2ndly m his cousin CATERINA VISCONTI, dau of his uncle BERNABÒ (see above)

                Giovanni Maria, 2nd Duke of Milan (1402-12 when murdered)

                FILIPPO MARIA

                VALENTINA, d 1408, m LOUIS` de Valois, Duc d’Orléans

                                CHARLES, Duc d’Orléans, wounded at Battle of Agincourt 1415, d 1465 (ancestor of British Royal Family)

 

FILIPPO MARIA VISCONTI, 3rd Duke of Milan (1412-47), m 1stly Beatrice Ventimiglia-Lascaris, widow of  Facino Cane; he 2ndly m Maria de Savoie 

FILIPPO also had an illegitimate dau

                BIANCA MARIA, m FRANCESCO SFORZA who became Duke of Milan (see under Sforza for descendants)

 

 

VISIGOTHS - Kings of Spain

 

Athanaric, Chief of the Visigoths in Thrace, d 381 at Constantinople after too much entertainment by THEODOSIUS “the Great”

 

Unknown

                dau, m ALARIC

                Athaulf (some publications have him as ALARIC’s full brother), succeeded ALARIC as King of the Visigoths (410-415), stabbed to death and briefly succeeded by Singeric 415.

                 Athaulf, m GALLA  PLACIDIA, dau of Emperor THEODOSIUS I “the Great”. Their son Theodosius d 415. GALLA PLACIDIA 2ndly m CONSTANTIUS III and they were

                     parents of the Emperor VALENTINIAN III

 

ALARIC, King of the Visigoths (395-410), b 370. He died of a fever and was buried under a river bed with an immolation of slaves

                dau, m THEODORIC I (see below)

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Unknown

                WALLIA

                dau m a Suebian noble,

                                Ricimer “the King-maker”, d 472, m dau of Emperor Anthemius

                                CARATONE, m King GUNDERIC of Burgundy (see under Burgundy, Arian Kings, for descendants)

 

WALLIA, a Balthing, battled the Romans, Vandals and Sueves to conquer the whole of Spain, but he was eventually defeated by the Romans and resettled by Roman Emperor Honorius in 415 to succeed  Singeric as King of Toulouse, d 419.

                THEODORIC I, killed in battle against ATTILA the Hun near Troyes

 

THEODORIC I, (419-51), a Balthing, m a dau of ALARIC I (see above)

                Thorismund, King (451-53), assassinated 453

                THEODORIC II

                Friedrich, killed 463 at Battle of Orleans

                EURIC, King of the Visigoths (466-84) - see below

 

THEODORIC II, King (453-66), murdered by his brother EURIC

                dau m REMISMOND of Galicia (see under Galicia for ancestors and descendants)

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EURIC, King (466-84), murdered and succeeded his brother THEODORIC II, (see above), consolidated his rule in Gaul and conquered most of Spain

                ALARIC II

 

ALARIC II (484-507), overthrown and slain near Poitiers in 507 by CLOVIS’ own hand, m AREVAGNI (THEODOGOTHO), dau of THEODORIC the Great”, Ostrogothic King of Italy (see under Ostrogoth Kings for ancestors)

                Gesalic, King of the Visigoths (507-11)

                AMALARIC

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Theudis, King of the Visigoths (541-48)

Theudigeisel, King of the Visigoths (548-49)

Agila I, King of the Visigoths (549-55)

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AMALARIC, King (511-31), but only ruled from 526 after his grandfather THEODORIC the Great” had overthrown a bastard son of ALARIC II and defeated CLOVIS in the south. He m CLOTILDE (CHROTILDA) (b 497, d 531), dau of CLOVIS (see under Merovingian dynasty for ancestors)

                Liuva I, King (567-72)

                LEOVIGILD

 

LEOVIGILD the greatest King of Visigothic Spain (568-72) and sole King (572-86), m 1stly THEODOSIA, sister of St. Isidore and dau of SEVERINUS, Conde de Cartagena by his wife THEODORA, dau of THEODORIC, Ostrogoth King of Italy (see under Ostrogothic Kings for ancestors) by his 1st wife THEODORA

                St. HERMENGILD (see below)

                RECARED of Spain, d 601 (see below)

LEOVIGILD 2ndly m GOISUNTHA

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ATHANAGILD, a Visigoth, called for help from the Roman Emperor Justinian whose East Roman troops then conquered the pro-Roman south of Spain with ATHANAGILD becoming King in Toledo from 554 to 567. He m GOISUNTHA, widow of LEOVIGILD

                Galeswintha, forced to m King Chilperic of Soissons (see under Merovingian dynasty)

                BRUNCHILDIS, d 613, m King SIGIBERT I of Metz (see under Merovingian dynasty for descendants)

                                 CLODOSWINDIS m RECARED

 

RECARED I, King of Spain (586-601) (see above), converted to Christianity 589, m CLODOSWINDIS, dau of SIGIBERT (see Merovingian dynasty for ancestors) and BRUNCHILDIS

                Liuva II, King of Spain (601-03)

                SUINTILO

 

SUINTILO, King of Spain (621-31 when deposed), m THEODORA, dau of King SISIBUTO (SISEBUT) d 620, successor of RECARED

                LIUBIGOTONA, m ERVIGIO (see below)

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Witteric, King of Spain (603-10)

Gundemar, King of Spain (610-12)

Sisebut, King of Spain (612-21)

                Recared II, King of Spain (621)

Sisenand, King of Spain (631-36)

Chintila, King of Spain (636-39)

                Tulga, King of Spain (639-42)

Chindasuinth, King of Spain (642-53)

                Reccesuinth, King of Spain (653-72)

Wamba, King of Spain (672-80 when deposed)

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St. HERMENGILD (see above), m the catholic INGUNDIS, 12 yr old dau of SIGIBERT I (see under Merovingian dynasty for ancestors) and BRUNCHILDIS. INGUNDIS refused to convert to Arianism despite torture by her grand-mother GOISUNTHA, 2nd wife of LEOVIGILD, and HERMENGILD converted to Christianity and was killed in prison when he refused to recant

                ATHANAGILDO

 

ATHANAGILDO m FLAVIA JULIANA dau of PEDRO AGUSTO, son of PAULUS of Arabisso (see under Emperors of the East for ancestors) and JOANNA

                ARDEBASTO

 

ARDEBASTO, m GODO

                ERVIGIO

 

ERVIGIO of Spain (680-87), m LIUBIGOTONA (see under Cantabria and Coïmbra for descendants)

                Dau, m Egica, King of Spain (687-702)

                                Wittiza, King of Spain (702-10)

                                                Agila II, King of parts of Spain (712-14 when Muslim conquest completed)

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Roderigo, the last Visigothic King of all Spain (710-12 when defeated and killed in 712 near Medina Sidonia by the Moor Tarik (see under Andalusia for historical summary).

 

 

VIVONIA

 

HUGH de VIVONIA m MABEL MALET (see under Malet for ancestors)

                WILLIAM

 

WILLIAM de VIVONIA, called Fortibus”, m MAUD, dau of WILLIAM de FERRERS, 5th Earl of Derby (see under Ferrers for ancestors)

                JOAN, b 1249, d 1314, m REGINALD FITZPIERS son of PETER FITZHERBERT (see under FitzHerbert for descendants)

 

 

VLADIMIR - Grand Princes

 

YURII I GEORGE “Dolgorukii”, son of VALDIMIR II, Great Prince of Kiev (see under Kiev for ancestors), Prince of Kiev, Rostov & Suzdal (1155-7), m 1stly anon

                Gleb, Prince of Kiev (1169-71)

YURII 2ndly m dau of Aëpa of the Cumans

                Andrew I Bogolyubskii, Prince of Vladimir (1157-74)

                                Giorgi, m TAMARA “the Great”, Queen of Georgia (1184-1212)

                Michael I, Prince of Vladimir (1174-76)

YURII 3rdly m a Princess of Byantium

                VSEVOLOD III, Prince of Vladimir

 

VSEVOLOD III “Big Nest”, Prince of Vladimir (1176-1212), m a Sarmation, MARIYA of Ossetia

                Vseslava, m Rostislava, Prince of Snow

                Constantine, Prince of Vladimir (1216-18)

                Yurii II, Prince of Vladimir (1212-16 & 1218-38)

                Vierchuslava, m Rostislav, Prince of Ovrutsch

                YAROSLAV II

                Helen    

                Vladimir, Prince of  Perjaslavl

                Svyatoslav, Prince of Vladimir (1247 deposed), d 1253

                Ivan, Prince of Starodub (1238-47)

 

YAROSLAV II VSEVOLODOVICH, Grand Prince of Suzdal and Vladimir (1238-46 when poisoned by Queen mother Toregene at Karakorum), 1stly m Yuria, dau of George of the Cumans; he 2ndly m Rostislava, dau of Mstislav, Prince of Novgorod; & he 3rdly m FEODOSIA IGOREVNA of Riazan

ALEKSANDER

                YAROSLAV III, Prince of Vladimir (1264-71) see below

                Andrew, Prince of Vladimir (1249-52 when deposed), d 1264

                Vasilli, Prince of Vladimir & Novgorod (1272-77)

                Theodor, d 1233

                Michael, Prince of Vladimir (1248-49)

                Daniel, d 1256

                Constantine, Prince of Galitsch (Galicia) (1247-55)

                Mariya

                Eudoxia

                Juliane

   

St. ALEKSANDER I “Nevsky”, Prince of Kiev 1249 & Prince of Vladimir (1252-63), m ALEKSANDRA, dau of BRIATSCHISLAV of Polotsk

                Dimitri, Prince of Vladimir (1277-82 & 1283-94)

                Andrei III, Prince of Vladimir (1282-83 & 1294-1304)

                DANIL, Prince of Moscow (see under Moscow for descendants)

                                Yurii III, Prince of Moscow (1303-25), Grand Prince of Vladimir (1318-22 when deposed)

                                 IVAN I “Kalita” (see below and under Moscow for descendants)

 

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