pages 700-9 in ANCIENT ANCESTORS

 

 

Vasilli, Prince of Novgorod (1256-71)

                Eudoxia, m Constantine, Prince of Smolensk

 

IVAN I KALITA, Prince of Moscow (1303-25),Grand Prince of Vladimir (1332-40) and Grand Duke of Russia (1325-40), made Moscow his capital, m ELENA

                Simeon “the Proud”, Prince of Moscow and Grand Prince of Vladimir (1340-53)

                IVAN II “the Gentle”

               

IVAN II “the Gentle”, Prince of Moscow and Grand Prince of Vladimir (1353-59), m 1stly Theodosia, dau of Dimitri, Prince of Briansk. IVAN 2ndly m ALEKSANDRA

                DIMITRI DONSKOI, Prince of Moscow (1359-89) and Grand Prince of Vladimir (1362-89), m EVDOKIA of Suzdal

                                VASILII I

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YAROSLAV III “Athanase” (see above), Grand Prince of Novgorod (1264-71)

                MICHAEL II

 

St. MICHAEL II “the Saint”, Grand Prince of Tver and Vladimir (1305-1318 when executed by Mongols), m ANNA of Rostov

                ALEXANDER II

                Dimitri II, Grand Prince of Vladimir (1322-26)

                                Dimitri III, Grand Prince of Vladimir (1360-62 when deposed)

 

ALEXANDER II, Grand Prince of Tver and Vladimir (1326-27 when deposed), killed in camp of Golden Horde 1339, m ANASTASIA dau of YURI “Lwow”, King of Galicia 

                NONA ALEXANDROVNA, m SVIATOSLAV, Grand Prince of Smolensk, ancestors of Kings of Poland 

 

 

VOHBURG (See under Wels)

 

 

WAKE - Barons

 

An ancestor may have been GEOFFREY WAK from Guernsey

 

GEOFFREY

                HUGH

 

HUGH le WAKE, d 1172, m in 1164 EMMA, dau of BALDWIN FITZGILBERT (see under Gant for ancestors)

                BALDWIN

 

BALDWIN WAKE, d 1201, m AGNES, dau of WILLIAM de Humet (see under Rivière for ancestors)

                BALDWIN

 

BALDWIN WAKE, d 1213, m as 2nd husband of ISABEL de BRIVÈRE (see under Brivère for ancestors)

                HUGH

 

HUGH WAKE, d 1241, m JOAN dau of WILLIAM de STUTEVILLE (see under Estouteville for ancestors)

                BALDWIN

 

BALDWIN WAKE, 2ndly m HAWISE, dau of ROBERT de QUINCY (see under Quincy for ancestors)

                JOHN

 

JOHN summoned to Parliament 1295 as 1st Baron WAKE, d 1305, m JOAN dau of WILLIAM FIENNES (see under Fiennes for ancestors)

                Thomas, 2nd Baron, dsp 1349, m Blanche Plantagenet

                MARGARET, m 1stly John Comyn. She 2ndly in 1325 EDMUND (of Woodstock) PLANTAGENET, Earl of Kent (see under England, Kings, for descendants)

 

 

WALBECH - Counts

 

LOTHAR, Count of Stade, killed 880, m ODA, dau of LUDOLPH, Duke of Saxony (see under Saxony for ancestors)

                LOTHAR I

 

LOTHAR I, Count of Walbech, killed 929

                LOTHAR II

 

LOTHAR II, Count of Walbech, d 991, m MATHILDA, dau of BRUNO, Count of Arneburg (see under Arneburg for ancestors)

                LOTHAR III

                EILISWINTHA von WALBECH, m BERTHOLD I von BABENBERG (see under Babenberg for descendants)

 

LOTHAR III, Margrave of Nordmark, Count of Derlingau and Nordthuringau, d 1003, m GODILA, dau of WERNER, Count of Rothenburg

                LOTHAR IV

 

LOTHAR IV, Count of Walbech, Harzgau, Nordthuringau and Derlingau, killed 1033

                SIEGFRIED II

 

SIEGFRIED II von WALBECH, Count of Nordthuringau and Derlingau, d after 1107

                ODA, m GOSWIN I, Lord of Heinsburg (see under Heinsburg for descendants)

 

 

WALES - Princes and Kings

 

COEL HEN (North British King Caelius Votepacus) ca 410

                VÃLA (Gwawl), m CUNEDDA

 

CUNEDDA, moved south to Wales, and VÃLA

                EINION

 

EINION “Yrth” (the Impetuous), Prince of North Wales

                CADWALLON I

 

CADWALLON I “the Long-Handed”, King of Gwynedd (North Wales)

                MAELGWN

 

MAELGWN “the Tall”, King of Gwynedd, d 547

                RHUN

 

RHUN, King of Gwynedd, d ca 586

                BELI

 

BELI, King of Gwynedd, d ca 599

                IAGO

 

IAGO, King of Gwynedd, d ca 613

                CADFAN

 

CANFAN, King of Gwynedd, d ca 613

                CADWALLON II

 

CADWALLON II, King of Gwynedd, killed 634, m dau of WIBBA, King of Mercia (see under Mercia for ancestors)

                CADWALADR

 

CADWALADR “the Blessed”, King of Gwynedd, d in epidemic of 664

                IDWALLON

 

IDWALLON, King of Gwynedd, d ca 712

                RHODRI I

 

RHODRI I “Molwynog”, King of Gwynedd, d 754

                CYNAN

                HYWEL, King of Anglesey

 

CYNAN of Tindaethwy, King of Gwynedd, d 816

                ETHYLLT, heiress of Gwynedd, m GWYRIAD, Prince of Deheubarth (South Wales)

 

GWYRIAD, Prince of Deheubarth (South Wales), a descendant of COEL HEN above, and wife ETHYLLT

                MERFYN

 

MERFYN “the Freckled”, King of Gwynedd (825-44), m NEST, dau of CADELL ap BROCHWEL, King of Powys

                RHODRI II

 

RHODRI II  “Mawr” ( the Great), (844-878), King of Gwynedd, Powys and part of Deheubarth, killed 878 in battle with the Angles, m ANGHARAD, dau of MEURIG ap DYFNWALLON, King of Seilyllwg

                ANARAWD, King of Gwynedd (878-916) - see below for descendants

                                IDWAL “the Bald”, King of Gwynedd (916-42)

                CADELL ap RHODRI, King of Seilyllwg (878-909)

                Merfyn

                Aidan

                Meuric

                Morgan

                Tutwawl

                Elisse

 

CADELL ap RHODRI, King of Seilyllwg (878-909)

                HYWEL DDA “the Good”

                Clydog, dsp 920, joint King of Seilyllwg with his brother.

 

HYWEL DDA “the Good”, King of Deheubarth and then All Wales (942-50) went on a pilgrimage to Rome in 928, m ELEN, dau and heiress of LLYWARCH ap HYFAIDD, King of Dyfed. (Kingdom founded by an Irish family going back to time of Roman occupation)

                Rhodri, d 953

                Edwin, d 954

                OWAIN ap HYWEL DDA

 

OWAIN ap HYWEL DDA, d 988

                Cadwallon dvp 966

                EINON ap OWAIN (see below)

                Idwallon

                MAREDUDD ab OWAIN, King of Deheubath  

 

MAREDUDD ab OWAIN, King of Deheubarth (988-999) and also of Gwynedd from 986.

                Cadwallon dvp

                ANGHARAD, m 1stly LLEWELLYN I ap SEISYLL, King of Deheubath and Gwynedd (1005-23) (see below for descendants). ANGHARAD 2ndly m CYNFYN ap

                     GWERSTAN, a noble of Powys. They had two sons:

                                 Bleddyn, King of Gwynedd and Powys (1063-1075)

                                 RHIWALLON ap CYNFYN

 

RHIWALLON ap CYNFYN, ruled jointly with brother Bleddyn until killed 1070 at Battle of Mechain

                Meilyr dsp 1081

                GWLADUS, m 1stly RHYS ap TEWDYR (see below for their descendants). She 2ndly m WALTER FITZOTHER (see under the FitzGerald and FitzMaurice families for   

                     descendants)

                Sioned, m Tudor “Walensis”

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EINON ap OWAIN, killed in a skirmish with the chiefs of Gwent in 984

                Edwin, whose descendants included 3 Kings

                Gronw, whose descendants married several Kings

                TEWDYR ap EINON  

                Cadell

 

 TEWDYR ap EINON

                Rhydderch, m Hynygg, dau of Bleddyn ap Cynfyn, King of Gwynedd and Powys

                RHYS ap TEWDWR

 

RHYS ap TEWDWR, King of Deheubath (South Wales) (1078-93), b ca 1090, d 1137, m GWLADUS, dau of RHIWALLON ap CYNFYN. GWLADUS 2ndly m WALTER FITZOTHO (see under FitzGerald for her other offspring)

                Maredudd ap Rhys d 1155

                GRUFFYDD ap RHYS

                Cadwgan

                Hywel

                NESTA, PRINCESS of SOUTH WALES, b 1093. So beautiful she was known as “the Helen of Wales”. She m her half-brother GERALD (of Windsor) FITZWALTER (see under

                     FitzGerald families for descendants) and while still married to GERALD became one of the mistresses of King HENRY I (see under England, Kings, for descendants) to whom she bore

                     a son Henry FitzRegis ca 1109 (Lord of Narberth and Steward of St. David’s) killed in 1157 fighting in Anglesey for HENRY II, had sons Robert and Meiler FitzHenry, Justiciar of

                     Ireland. At some time she also became the mistress of and may have married STEPHEN the Castellan of Cardigan to whom she also bore a son ROBERT FITZSTEPHEN (see under

                     FitzStephen for descendants). She also had a son William FitzHai (Lord of St. Clears) by Hait, Sheriff of Pembroke. In 1109 she was temporarily abducted with her children by Owain ap

                     Cadwgan and 15 others from the castle at Cenarth Bychan, leading to the invasion of  Ceredigion by HENRY I.

 

GRUFFYDD ap RHYS, b ca 1090, Prince of Deheubarth 1135, d 1137,

                Anarawd, succeeded his father

                Cadell, succeeded his brother.

                Gwladus

                Nest

GRUFFYDD 2ndly m soon after 1016 GWENLLIAN (who was killed in 1136 leading her men in an attack on the Norman Castle of Kidwelly), dau of GRUFFYD ap CYNAN, King of Gwynedd (see below)

                Maredudd, d 1155, succeeded jointly with brother RHYS below as Princes of Deheubarth (1137-1155)

                RHYS

 

RHYS ap GRUFFYDD “the Lord Rhys, b in Ireland 1132, d 1197, m GWENLLIAN, dau of MADOG ap MAREDUDD, King of Powys

                Gruffyd, succeeded his father, m MAUD, dau of WILLIAM de BRAOSE. She 2ndly m HENRY de TRACY

                Maredudd Ddall, d 1239

                Cynwrig, d 1237

                RHYS GRYG, Lord of Ystrad and Dynevor, m JOAN, dau of RICHARD de CLARE (see under Clare for ancestors)

          RHYS MECHYLL, Lord of Dynevor

                                                GWENTHLIAN, m GILBERT TALBOT (see under Talbot for descendants)

                Maredudd, Lord of Cantref Bychan

                Maelgyn, Lord of Ceredigion

                Hywel Sais, d 1204

                ANGHARAT, m WILLIAM MARTIN (see under Martin for descendants)

                Maredudd, Archdeacon of Cardigan

                GWENLLIAN

 

GWENLLIAN, m EDNYFED FYCHAN ap CYNWRIG, Seneschal of Gwynedd

                GORONWY ab EDNYFED

 

GORONWY ab EDNYFED, Seneschal of Gwynedd, d 1268,

                GRONO ap TUDUR HEN

 

GRONO ap TUDUR HEN, d 1311, m GWERFYL dau of MADOC and EFA (see below)

                TUDUR FYCHAN

 

TUDUR FYCHAN (Sir TUDYR ap GRONO), Knt., of Penmynedd, d 1367, m MARGARET, dau and co-heir with her elder sister Eleanor (mother of Owen Glendower) of THOMAS ap LLEWELYN of Iscoed, Lord of South Wales, by his wife ELEANOR GOCH (dau and heir of PHILIP, Lord of Iscoed by Princess CATHERINE, dau and heir of LLEWELYN, last Prince of North Wales

                MEREDITH (MAREDUDD) ap TUDYR

 

MEREDITH (MAREDUDD) ap TUDYR, m MARGARET, dau of DAVID VYCHAN ap DAVID LLWYD of Anglesey  XE "Anglesey - Lords of"

                OWEN TUDOR

 

OWEN TUDOR (a Welsh servant) m in secret Queen KATHERINE of Valois, dau of King CHARLES VI of France (see under France, Kings, for ancestors) and widow of King HENRY V of England. The Queen had been forbidden to marry and her wedding to OWEN and their children were only revealed when she died; OWEN then being punished. He was subsequently beheaded following the Battle of Mortimer’s Cross in 1461

                EDMUND 

                Jasper, Duke of Bedford and Earl of Pembroke, b 1341, d 1395, m as 2nd husband of KATHERINE, widow of HENRY, 2nd Duke of Buckingham and dau of RICHARD

                     WYDEVILLE, Lord Rivers

                Owen, became a monk 

                Tacina, m Sir Reginald, Lord Grey of Wilton

 

EDMUND TUDOR, created Earl of Richmond. He m the child bride heiress MARGARET BEAUFORT (gtgrand-daughter of JOHN of Gaunt - see under England, Kings, for ancestors) and their son became King HENRY VII (see under England, Kings, for descendants)

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ANARAWD (son of RHODRI MAWR - see above for ancestors), King of Gwynedd (878-916), d 916.

                IDWAL FOEL

                ELISSE, grandmother of LLEWELLYN ap SEISYLL, King of Deheubarth and Gwynedd (see below for descendants) 

 

IDWAL FOEL “the Bald”, King of Gwynedd (916-42 when slain)

                Iago I, succeeded as King of Gwynedd with his brother Idwal (950-79)

                Idwal, succeeded with Iago

                MEURIG

                Rhodri, d 968

                Agnan

 

MEURIG, Prince of Gwynedd, slain 986

                Hywel II, King of Gwynedd (979-85)

                                Cynan I, King of Gwynedd (999-1005)

                Cadwallon, King of Gwynedd (985-86)

                IDWAL

 

IDWAL, d in exile 996

                IAGO II ab IDWAL ap MEURIG

 

IAGO II ab IDWAL ap MEURIG, King of Gwynedd (1023-39 when  murdered by his own men)

                CYNAN

 

CYNAN, took refuge in Ireland, d ca 1060, m RAGNHILDR, dau of OLAF, son of SITHRIC “of the Silken Beard”, Norse King of Dublin (see under Dublin, Norse Kings for ancestors)

                GRUFFYDD ap CYNAN

 

GRUFFYDD II ap CYNAN, King of Gwynedd (1081-1137), b Dublin ca 1055, imprisoned in England by the Normans 1081-93, m ANGHARAD, dau of OWAIN ab EDWIN (see below)

                Cadwallon, killed 1132, dvp

                OWAIN GWYNEDD

                Cadwaladr, m Alice, dau of RICHARD FITZGILBERT de CLARE

                GWENLLIAN, m GRUFFYDD ap RHYS, Prince of Deheubarth and was killed in 1136 leading an attack on the Norman Castle at Kidwelly, ancestors of OWEN TUDOR

                     (see below for descendants)

                Marared

                Rannill

                Susanna, m Madog, King of Powys

                Annest

He also had a natural dau Gwenllian, m Cadwgan ap Bleddyn

 

OWAIN GWYNEDD, King of Gwynedd (1137-1170), m 1stly GWLADUS, dau of LLYWARCH ap Trahaearn ap Caradog

                IORWERTH Drwyndwn “Flat-Nosed”, succeeded his father

                                LLYWELYN “Faur” (see below)

                Maelgwyn

OWAIN GWYNEDD 2ndly m his 1st cousin CHRISTINA, dau of GRONW ab OWAIN ab EDWIN (see below)

                Dafydd I, Prince of East Gwynedd (1174-94 when deposed), d 1203

                Rhodri II, Prince of West Gwynedd (Lord of Anglesey and Arfon) (1174-1195)

                Rhun, d 1146

                Hywel, killed 1170

                CYNAN

                Angharad

                Gwelllian

 

CYNAN II, Lord of Eifionydd, King of Gwynedd (1170-74)

Gruffyd III, Prince of South Gwynedd (1174-1200)

                MAREDUDD, Lord of Eifionydd, d 1212

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LLEWELLYN II “Faur” (the Great), reunited of all Gwynedd, (1194-1240) (see above) d a monk 1240, acknowledged as overlord of all the other Welsh Princes, m in 1205 JOANE, natural dau of King JOHN

           Dafydd II, succeeded his father as King of Gwynedd (1240-46)

                Gruffydd, killed 1244 attempting to escape from the Tower of London

                                Llywelyn III “the Last”, assumed title Prince of Wales (1246-82 when killed)

                                Dafydd III, Prince of Wales (1282 till murdered 1283)

                Gwenllian, m William de Lacy and d 1281

                HELEN, m 1stly John le Scot, Earl of Chester (see under Scotland, Kings, for ancestors); she 2ndly m ROBERT de QUINCY who d in the tournament at Blie 1257 (see under Quincy for

                     descendants)

By other wives or lovers LLEWELLYN II “Faur” had

                GWLADUS DDUthe Black”, m 1stly REGINALD de BRAOSE; she 2ndly m RALPH de MORTIMER (see under Mortimer for descendants)

                MARGARET, m 1stly JOHN de BRAOSE, surnamed Tadody (see under de Braose for descendants); she 2ndly m WALTER CLIFFORD (see under Clifford for descendants)

                ANGHARAD, m MAELGWYN Fychan, Prince of Deheubarth, d 1257

                                ELINOR, m Prince MAREDUDD of Deheubarth

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EINON, son of OWAIN ap HYWEL DDA (see above), killed 984

                Edwin

                GRONW

                Tewdyr, d 994

                Cadell

 

GRONW

                EDWIN

 

EDWIN

                Uchtryd

                OWAIN

 

OWAIN, d 1105

                Llywarch

                GRONW

                Rhirid

                Meilir

                ANGHARAD, m GRUFFYDD ap CYNAN, King of Gwynedd (see above for descendants)

 

GRONW

                CHRISTINA, m as 2nd wife of OWAIN GWYNEDD, King of Gwynedd (see above for descendants)

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ANARAWD, King of Gwynedd, 878-916, son of RHODRI MAWR (see above)

                IDWAL FOEL

                ELISSE (presumably a female)

                                PRAWST (father unknown)

 

SEISYLL (parents unknown) m PRAWST

                LLEWELLYN ap SEISYLL

 

LLEWELLYN ap SEISYLL, King of Deheubarth and Gwynedd 999-1023, m ANGHARAD, dau of MAREDUDD ap OWAIN (see above). She 2ndly m CYNFYN ap GWERSTAN

                GRUFFYDD ap LLEWELLYN

 

GRUFFYDD I ap LLEWELLYN, King of Deheubarth 1044-63, already King of Gwynedd and Powys 1039, and King of all Wales by 1055, m ca 1056 EALDGYTH (who 2ndly m HAROLD II, King of England), dau of AELFGAR, Earl of Mercia (see under Mercia for ancestors)

                Maredudd, d 1077

                Idwal, d 1077

                NEST, b ca 1060, m OSBERN FITZRICHARD, son of RICHARD FITZSCROB of Richard’s Castle in Hereford. Their dau AGNES (or NESTA) m BERNARD de

                     NEUMARCHÉ, and their dau m MILO de GLOUCESTER (see under Newmarsh for descendants)

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GRUFFYDD ap GWENWYNWYN, Prince of Powys-Wenwynwyn, m HAWYS dau of JOHN le STRANGE, feudal Lord of Knockyn and Cheswardine (see under Strange for ancestors)

                OWAIN ap GRUFFYDD (see below)

                LLEWELYN

                John

                William

                Gruffydd Vychan

                Davidxe "FITZWARINE - Barons"

                MARGARET VERCH, m FULKE, 1st Baron FITZWARINE (see under FitzWarine for descendants)

 

LLEWELYN ap GRUFFYDD, m MARGARET, dau of MEREDITH GOCH, Lord of Mochnant and grandson of JORWETH (GERVASE) GOCH, Lord of Mochnant-ys-Rhaiadr

                EFA, m MADOC ap DAVID

LLEWELYN 2ndly m Eleanor, dau of SIMON de MONTFORT, Earl of Leicester (see under Montfort for ancestors)

 

MADOC and EFA

                David ap Madoc, Lord of Hendwr

                GWERFYL, m GRONO ap TUDYR HEN

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OWAIN ap GRUFFYDD, (see above) Prince of Powys-Wenwynwyn m JOHANNA, dau of Sir ROBERT CORBET (see under Corbet for ancestors)

                Griffith ap Owen (de la Pole, so named because he lived at Welsh Pool, Montgomery)

                HAWYSE GADARNthe hardy”, given by EDWARD II as wife to JOHN, Lord CHERLETON (see under Cherleton for descendants)

 

 

WALLER

 

WILLIAM WALLER, thought to be a descendant of the Warrennes, Earls of Surrey, m AGNES, dau and heiress of ELYAS MORTIMER  

                ROBERT WALLER, alive 1291/2

                          ROBERT

 

ROBERT WALLER of Bilsington, Kent, living 1362/3 

                JOHN WALLER

 

JOHN WALLER, m a dau of VINCENT HERBERT alias FINCH (see under Herbert for ancestors)

                THOMAS WALLER

 

THOMAS WALLER of Lamberhurst, d 1410, m CHRISTIAN, dau and co-heiress of THOMAS CHASSUNT, son of Sir HENRY CHASSUNT

                JOHN

                Thomas, m Alison, his sister-in-law, dau and co-heiress of THOMAS LANGSDALL

 

JOHN WALLER of Speldhurst, Kent, m MARGARET, dau and co-heiress of THOMAS LANGSDALL

                RICHARD

 

RICHARD WALLER, Kt., of Groombridge, Kent, b 1385, took CHARLES, Duke of Orléans, prisoner at the Battle of Agincourt, m MAGDALINE GULBYE 

                JOHN WALLER

                Richard, m Allison Brudenell

                Thomas;

               Alice, m Sir John Guildford

 

JOHN WALLER of Groombridge, b 1425, d 1510, m JOANE, dau of WILLIAM WHETENHALL

                WILLIAM WALLER

                John, m Elizabeth Farnfold

 

WILLIAM WALLER of Groombridge, b 1465, m ANNE FAUCONER

                WILLIAM WALLER

 

WILLIAM WALLER of Groombridge, d 1555, m ALICE, dau and co-heiress of Sir WILLIAM HENDLEY

                WALTER WALLER

                Richard

                William

                Elizabeth

 

WALTER WALLER of Groombridge, d 1599, m ANNE, dau of PHILIP CHOWTE of Kent

                GEORGE WALLER

                Thomas, Lieut of Dover Castle, High Butler of England, m Hon Margaret Lennard, and their son

                                Sir William Waller was the famous Parliamentary General

 

GEORGE WALLER, m 1stly Eliza dau of Michael Sondes; he 2ndly m MARY, widow of Sir William Ashenden and dau of Sir RICHARD HARDRESS

                HARDRESS WALLER

 

HARDRESS WALLER, b ca 1604, Governor of Cork 1644, one of King Charles I’s judges, Major-General in Cromwell’s Irish campaign, tried 1660 as a regicide and imprisoned for life, m in 1630 ELIZABETH, dau and co-heiress of Sir JOHN DOWDALL by his wife ELIZABETH dau of Sir THOMAS SOUTHWELL

                John, Governor of Fort Limerick

                James, MP for Castletown, Co Limerick

                ELIZABETH, created Baroness Shelburne, m 1stly Sir Maurice Fenton by whom she had children; she 2ndly m Sir WILLIAM PETTY (see under Petty for descendants)

                Bridget, m Henry Cadogan

                Mary, m Sir John Brookes

                Anee, m Sir Henry Ingoldsby

 

 

WALTER - (See under Butler - Earls of Ormonde)

 

 

WALTON

 

WALDEVE de WALTON, d ca 1157

                GILBERT de WALTON, d ca 1205

                                HENRY

 

HENRY WALTON, dvp 1199, m JULIANA

                CICELY, m ADAM de COLUMBERS (see under Columbers for descendants)

 

 

WARKWORTH

 

ROGER FITZRICHARD, Baron of WARKWORTH (see under Vesci for ancestors), m as 2nd  husband of ALIANORE dau of ALBERIC de VERE (see under Vere for ancestors). Note: some say she was the dau and co-heir of HENRY of ESSEX

                ROBERT

 

ROBERT FitzROGER de WARKWORTH, d 1214, m as 2nd husband of MARGARET, only child and heir of WILLIAM de CHESNEY (see under Chesney for ancestors)

                JOHN

                ALICE m as 1st wife of PETER FITZ-HERBERT, d 1235 (see under FitzHerbert for descendants)

 

JOHN FitzROBERT de WARKWORTH, d 1240, one of the Barons responsible for enforcing the Magna Carta, m ADA, dau and heir of HUGH de BALIOL (see under Baliol for ancestors) 

                ROGER FITZJOHN

                HUGH de Eure, ancestor of the Lords Eure

                ROBERT, ancestor of the Eures of Axholm

 

ROGER FITZJOHN, d 1249, feudal Baron of Warkworth and Clavering, m as 1st husband of ISABEL

                ROBERT, 1st Lord Clavering (see under FitzRoger for descendants)

 

 

WARRENNE - Earls of Surrey

 

Anon

                RUDOLF I de Garenne

                WALTER, Seigneur de St. Martinxe "St. Martin - Seigneurs" (see under Mortimer for descendants)

 

RUDOLF I (RALPH), Seigneur de Garenne living in 1030 & 1074 m BEATRIX, dau of OSBORNE de Crépon (see under Crépon for ancestors)

                Rodolf II heir to most of father’s estates near Rouen in Normandy

                GUILLAUME I, acquired much of the forfeited Norman estates of  ROGER de MORTEMER around Mortemer & Bellecombre

 

GUILLAUME I de WARRENNE, fought at Hastings 1066, Justiciar of England, created Earl of Surrey 1088, d 1089, a companion of WILLIAM I the Conqueror, m GUNDRED (GUNDRADA), a Flemish woman, sister of Frederick and Gerbod who was briefly Earl of Chester

                WILLIAM II de WARRENNE, 2nd Earl of Surrey

                Raynald, d 1118, m Alice de Wirmgay xe "WIRMGAY"

                GUNDRED-EDITH, m 1stly GÉRARD de GOURNEY (see under Gournay for descendants), and m 2ndly DREUX III, Seigneur de Mouchy (see under Mouchy for descendants)

                A dau, m Ernise de Colungis

 

WILLIAM II de WARRENNE, 2nd Earl of Surrey, d 1138, 1stly tried to marry Edith-Matilda who became Queen of HENRY I and then 2ndly one of HENRY’s illegitimate daughters before finally marrying as 2nd husband of ISABEL, dau of HUGUES MAGNUS de Crépy, Earl of Vermandois (see under France, Kings for ancestors) and widow of ROBERT de BEAUMONT, Comte de Meulan and Earl of Leicester

                WILLIAM, 3rd Earl of Surrey

                ADA (Adelaide), m HENRY of Scotland, Earl of Huntingdon (see under Scotland for descendants)

                GUNDREDA, m 1stly ROGER de Newburgh, 2nd Earl of Warwick (see under Newburgh for descendants). She 2ndly m WILLIAM de LANCASTER, Baron Kendal (see under

                     Lancaster, Barons Kendal, for descendants), parents of AVICIA who m RICHARD de MOREVILLE (see under Moreville for descendants)

                REGINALD (see later)

 

WILLIAM de WARRENNE, 3rd Earl of Surrey, d 1148 during Crusade with LOUIS, King of France. He m ADELA, (who 2ndly m Patrick d’Évreux, Earl of Salisbury), dau of WILLIAM TALVACE, son of ROBERT de BELLÊME, Earl of Shrewsbury (see under Montgomery for ancestors) 

                Countess ISABEL de WARRENNE, only child and heir, m 1stly William of Blois (illegitimate son of King STEPHEN), Comte de Mortaigne and jure  uxoris Earl of Surrey; she 2ndly m

                     HAMELINE PLANTAGENET  

 

HAMELINE PLANTAGENET, d 1202, (natural brother to HENRY II and son of GEOFFREY, Comte d’Anjou; (see under Anjou for ancestors), jure uxoris Earl of Surrey, m (as 2nd husband) of Countess ISABEL de WARRENNE, d 1198, who had 1stly m William de Blois, natural son of King STEPHEN I.

                WILLIAM, his heir

                Adela, m Sir William FitzWilliam

                Maud, concubine of King JOHN

                dau 3, m Gilbert de Aquila

                ISABEL, m ROGER, 2nd Earl of Norfolk (see under Bigod for descendants)

                Margaret, m Baldwin de Reviers, Earl of Devon

 

WILLIAM de WARRENNE (Plantagenet), Earl of Warrenne and Surrey, one of the Barons named in the Magna Carta, d 1240, m 1stly Lady Maud d’Albini. He 2ndly m MAUD, dau of WILLIAM MARSHAL, Earl of Pembroke, (see under Marshal for ancestors) and widow of HUGH BIGOD, Earl of Norfolk

 

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